Where kids can pursue their passions and learn key tech skills in a safe and social learning environment.
Future Focused Learning for a Real World Head Start
Wiz Kid teaches tech skills in a fun and social setting
We believe in harnessing a child or teen’s natural curiosity during their developmental years by teaching they key STEM skills. We go beyond showing them how their favorite platforms and devices work. We teach them the fundamental building blocks to do it themselves, and inspire them to creatively push the boundaries of what they think is possible.
This gives our learners access to the rewarding field of tech so they can become the successful innovators of tomorrow. It’s also plain fun.
As humans, we are hardwired to share our interests with others. Kids with an interest in sports or other hobbies can join teams or clubs where they learn from a coach and make friends who love doing the same thing, but there usually aren’t social clubs for kids with tech interests, which can feel isolating.
That’s why Wiz Kid is built around sociability. Wiz Kid isn’t just a space to learn new skills (although our students and parents will attest that we do a great job at that!); It’s also a safe social outlet for kids and teens to engage with peers who love the same things they do. Interests are more fun when they’re shared!
Because there is no better way to learn than by doing!
Every Wiz Kid course is structured around building a project. We don’t teach our students to memorize and repeat information. We give them the skills and encouragement they need to overcome challenges and complete a tangible goal. This keeps our learners engaged, and they love showing off their completed tech projects to family and friends!
Every Wiz Kid course follows a structured curriculum created by our expert curriculum designers. Other platforms rely on their instructors to design the curriculum - which can cause inconsistencies in learning outcomes.
Wiz Kid’s standardized courses ensures that every student meets a consistent set of learning targets - while also allowing for students to explore their creativity and interest within the boundaries of the curriculum.