January 11, 2018 // Franchising.com // Palo Alto, CA - theCoderSchool - recently identified as one of Entrepreneur magazine’s hottest brands - has surpassed 1,500 active students system-wide, reaching the milestone in just over three years from the school’s inception.
The growing Silicon Valley-based concept, aiming to show a new generation of kids how galvanizing and stimulating technology and coding can be, has taught thousands of students to code since being founded in 2014.
“While reaching this milestone is a great accomplishment and certainly a testament to the growing appeal of our brand, we’re far more proud of our individualized teaching methods and the value of the knowledge we’ve been able to share with the thousands of kids who have completed our programs,” said Hansel Lynn, theCoderSchool’s Founder. “Our goal from the start has been to set girls and boys up with a positive, lifelong relationship with tech and coding in every market we enter. We’ve been humbled by the great feedback we’ve gotten from parents and kids from coast to coast, and we can’t wait to see the same following in new markets as we continue to expand.”
With six new locations opening in 2017, theCoderSchool has a total of 17 schools open and operating across California, Georgia, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Texas and Washington. The company also has several more locations in various stages of development in major U.S. markets.
theCoderSchool is also a proud founding member of the International Alliance of Youth Coding Educators. The IAYCE is an alliance of global partners whose goal is to further coding education for youth around the world.
Founded in 2014 and franchising since 2016, theCoderSchool, a Silicon Valley-based children’s enterprise franchise, provides computer programming lessons to children ages 7 to 18. Recently identified as one of Entrepreneur magazine’s hottest brands, theCoderSchool has 17 schools operating in seven states and continues to expand its national footprint with several locations in development in major U.S. markets. For more information, visit http://www.thecoderschool.com/.