Code Ninjas brings STEM learning, summer camps


A new learning center in Highlands Ranch will offer game-based curriculum that teaches vital computer skills to kids ages 7-14.

Code Ninjas will have a grand opening from 2-5 p.m. June 2, where guests can check out the center, meet with instructors and register for classes being offered this summer.

The Highlands Ranch center at 2229 W. Wildcat Reserve Parkway, Suite A6, is the first Code Ninjas site in Colorado, with more than 240 centers open in 28 states.

Code Ninjas offices include after-school programs, camps, parents' night out events, drop in learning and more. Students work with their senseis to improve their coding knowledge and work through the programs, earning higher belts of achievement as they progress.

Games are built into the curriculum, including Scratch, Minecraft, Roblox and more.

Registration for summer classes and other information can be found at Summer 2018 classes run from June 4 to Aug. 4.


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