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Class Progression

Our curriculum is composed of a variety of progressive courses, ranging from our core classes to more specialized options like USACO and ACSL. Computer science and coding classes are offered in multiple formats, including week-long, 6 weeks, 9 weeks, and 18 weeks. We provide an average age section on the chart below, to give you a sense of where the students are typically at for their age, however we always place them in class according to their coding skill level.
Levels
KTBYTE Popular Ages
8-10
9-11
10-12
11-15
12-17
13-18
School Standard Age
10-13
11-14
14-15
14-17
16-20
18-22
Difficulty
Elementary / Middle
Middle School Level
Middle/High School
High School Level
University Level
University Level
Curriculum Focus
Coding Basics
Conceptual Understanding
Fundamentals of Typed Code
Core Concepts At High School Level
Abstract Thinking and Problem Solving
Data Structures and Algorithms
Weekly Time Commitment
60min lesson + 25min homework
60min lesson + 30min homework
60min lesson + 40min homework
60min lesson + 60min homework
60min lesson + 90min homework
60min lesson + 120min homework
Duration
2 Core Courses
18 Lessons Per Course
2 Core Courses
18 Lessons Per Course
2 Core Courses
18 Lessons Per Course
2 Core Courses
18 Lessons Per Course
2 Core Courses
18 Lessons Per Course
2 Core Courses
18 Lessons Per Course
This chart shows information about our Core classes by level. For information on other classes you can visit our Electives and Competitions pages.
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
Java
Average Age
8-10
School Standard Age
10-13
Difficulty
Elementary / Middle
Weekly Time Commitment
60min lesson + 25min homework
Duration
2 Core Courses
18 Lessons Per Course
Curriculum Focus
Coding Basics

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Our classic progression chart

Progression Chart by Age