iCode to Open Five Brick-and-Mortar Locations in March
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iCode to Open Five Brick-and-Mortar Locations in March

Computer Science Education Brand Continues to Grow Footprint

February 16, 2021 // Franchising.com // ADDISON, Texas - iCode announced today it will be opening five brick-and-mortar locations in March.

The new iCode schools will open in Murphy, The Colony and Leander, Texas; Bellevue, Washington; and Boise, Idaho.

“We are thrilled to be growing our footprint into these five markets,” said Abid Abedi, founder and CEO of iCode. “More students across these cities can have the opportunity to learn often overlooked skills that can benefit them for a future in tech. With custom programs built for every experience level, we’re looking forward to seeing how the kids and teens at the new locations develop their skills.”

The new locations will offer STEAM-based computer science education through proprietary curricula and a signature BELT program. The progressive BELT program graduates students to more advanced levels of coding and is built to keep students motivated to continue developing their skills, similar to how belts function in the martial arts. With a convenient class schedule catering to any family’s schedule, after-school, online, summer and holiday programs will all be held at iCode. Additionally, the brand offers full-time on-site and part-time online Summer Camp programs. The brand has more than 20 available on-site and eight online one-week courses to choose from.

iCode differentiates itself in the computer science education industry with its state-of-the-art facilities and proprietary curricula. Through its robust menu of offerings and several classrooms in each location, the brand is able to serve students of all skill levels with programs that teach students how to build games, apps, websites, and work with robotics. In addition to the tactical abilities coding education offers, students benefit from developing soft skills, including critical thinking and problem-solving.

SOURCE iCode

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