K12Engineers Academy of Excellence - Preparing Future Engineers!
Does your child have the inclination or characteristics of an engineer? If your kid is always playing with blocks and trying to make the next tallest tower although seeing them fall over and over again rolling clay into various shapes and molds, building objects out of their imagination, attracted by computer and logic games..., chances are you have an Engineer kid at home! Enrolling such children in K12Engineering classes should be an obvious choice for parents. From ages 10-18, K12Engineers after school online classes will develop the love for engineering in your child. Our continuous training provides all basic engineering coding, critical reasoning, creativity competence, that will give your kid a huge academic advantage after graduating High School. Students receive a certificate after completing each level. At the end of the program, they earn the title of "K12 Engineer" and can get a job as Junior Software Engineer.
Our students are attending from all U.S. states/territories and worldwide. They choose their own class schedule (day and local time) while enrolling. All our classes are provided from the United States by instructors all teaching in U.S. schools with U.S. clearances and background checks up to date. Classes are live and interactive.
Students have unlimited access to their online virtual machine (VM) and use a State-of-the-Art Virtual Lab coding & engineering environment.
He started with HTML and CSS, which are the building blocks of web development. Cole created a simple website that included text, images, and links, and then moved on to learning more advanced CSS concepts such as responsive design and animations.
In addition to coding, Cole is also interested in robotics and has participated in the scouts robotics workshop, collaborating with other young coders and learning from their experiences. Cole's coding journey has not only taught his technical skills but also boosted his creativity, problem-solving, and collaboration abilities. He hopes to continue exploring the world of coding and one day become a software engineer.