Python 1 is the first core course at the L3 level. The main goal is to teach students to use the syntax and commands of Python, and to be able to complete basic application development. By the completion of the course, students will be able to master the basics of Python and complete a fundamental Python project, building a good foundation for the next stage of advanced Python programming.
L3 Intermediate Programming
1-on-1 or Group (2-4 students)
Learn basic programming concepts and skills, train logical thinking skills and develop programming mindsets.
Python is preferred as a first choice for beginners, mainly because of its simple but powerful features. Students can easily and quickly implement complex functionality with brief code.
Python's success is not just about the simplicity of its language, but more significantly about its widespread use in leading-edge areas of computer science. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, speech recognition, autonomous driving - you can see Python playing a key role in all of them.
Learning Python is a great introductory foundation for taking the two existing high school AP CS courses. Not only does it satisfy the requirements of AP CS Principles, but it also helps students easily transition to the Java programming language which is required by AP CS A.
Practical hands-on skills are far more important than theoretical knowledge. Every course is designed for students to learn how to turn an idea for a game into a practical reality through hard work. Young little entrepreneurs are developed during these challenges.
Learn today's most popular programming language and develop any application you can imagine!
Upon finishing the trial and assessment, classes will be scheduled based on the student’s availability. Please contact us for the Trial class.Try a Free Class
Our courses are designed to lead students to build their own startup projects.
Passion for code. Unmatched expertise. Personality that brings interaction and encouragement always.
Beyond learning programming, students are prepared to compete in science fairs, research, and entrepreneurship competitions.