Although DigitalCrafts offers full-stack coding programs, as well as corporate training and staffing solutions, applicants must be 17 years or older to apply. So, where do you go if you're looking for a summer coding bootcamp for kids? We've compiled a list of summer coding camps in the greater Atlanta area that teach kids coding, robotics and machine learning.
Coding Bootcamps for Kids in Atlanta
Brainy Bytes offers afterschool programs, weekend workshops and summer camps for students K-6th grade & up. With multiple locations north of Atlanta, all of Brainy Bytes' programs focus on STEM, language and creative arts. Their programs help students develop encourage teamwork and build critical thinking, problem-solving and communications skills.
Club SciKidz offers dozens of science and technology camps, ranging from robotics and engineering to game design. Classes are open to kids Pre-K to 9th grade and are available in Cobb, DeKalb, Fayette, Fulton and Gwinett counties.
e2 Young Engineers Summer Program offers week-long sessions, where students will learn and enjoy the wonders of STEM while building motorized LEGO models, conducting science experiments, programming drones and more. Camp is held at two locations in Alpharetta and is available to kids grades 1-5.
Engineering for Kids of Metro Atlanta inspires kids ages 4 to 14 to build on their innate desire for answers by exploring engineering concepts in a fun, hands-on way. They hold summer camps focus on robotics, engineerin, 3D printing and more in Sandy Springs, Alpharetta, West Atlanta, Vinings, Decatur, Cobb County and Roswell.
iD Tech offers weeklong, day and overnight summer program options for students ages 7-18 at Emory University and Georgia Tech. Students can learn to code, design video games, produce videos, engineer robots, model and print 3D characters, work with AI and machine learning, build laptops, learn about cybersecurity and more.
Imagine That! ABND Future Tech provides programs that cover science, 3D printing, robotics, coding, gaming, sewing, videography and art. Camps are available at nearly 20 locations ITP and are open to children ages 5-14.
Midtown International School Summer Camp offers STEM camps for ages K-8. Campers will be able to select an elective to focus on for approximately an hour per day and their maximum class size is 12 students.
Start Code offers year-round coding classes and summer camps in the Toco Hills plaza in North Druid Hills. Their coding classes teach students to mod Minecraft and Roblox, design video games and build apps, with a focus on popular programming languages such as Python, Java and Unity 3D. Start Codes summer camps are available to students ages 8-18.
STREM HQ, located in Marietta and Alpharetta, offers an array of after-school programs, workshops and summer camps for youth ages 6-18. With a core emphasis on software engineering, product development, multimedia design and hardware engineering, STREM HQ doesn't require any prerequisites and students are grouped by age and skill level.
While we don't offer kids' classes at this time, we're proud to be the #1 web bootcamp for adults in Atlanta. Learn more about our full-stack web development bootcamps.
* This post was updated March 2019. Header image courtesy Black Girls Code.