Award Winning Program
Our project-based curriculum focuses on promoting confidence, building problem-solving skills and technical skills through coding. Our student-focused approach teaches coding concepts through block coding like Scratch and real programming languages like Python, Swift, C# and Lua.
T.A.G. curriculum is designed to grow with your kids and focuses on teaching core coding skills and languages used by companies like Apple, Google, Amazon, and EA-Sports. With each course, students gain proficiency and add more complex projects to their portfolio. Whether Elementary, Middle or High School level classes are taught in age appropriate development environments, from block coding with Scratch to professional programming tools like Unity.
T.A.G. has taught in-school and after school Computer Science classes at numerous US schools since 2013. Using Common Core learning objectives, we tailor our curriculum for Computer Science Electives, Enrichment classes and Coding Camps. We have multiple courses from beginner to advanced levels.
Computer Science electives and Enrichment Programs:
Our most recent partner with IDEA a DC Public and Charter High School, has enabled the school to add a multi-year Computer Science CTE offering.
All of our programs are designed to be:
Students are introduced to coding concepts as they build practical projects, from games to web applications.
Each student learns differently. Our curriculum allows students to learn core skills and explore their learning style through hands on projects.
T.A.G.s curriculum is designed to grow with our students.
We focus on teaching coding skills and not tools. We introduce students to different programming languages appropriate for their age and experience level.
Youth organizations we have worked with:
Schools we have worked with:
Bishop John T Walker
Imagine Andrews Public Charter School
Leckie Education Campus
Johnson (John Hayden Johnson Middle School)
West Education Campus
Langley Education Campus
Sousa Middle School
Cesar Chavez Public Charter
IDEA Public Charter