Current Classes for TEENS (Fall/Winter 2018)

As we are updating our website with next session’s courses, we have compiled all of our currently running courses in one place just in case you need the dates and times! For more information regarding future courses, please visit the rest of the website!

Please note, classes do not run on the following dates:
December 17 - January 1 / Winter Holidays
January 2 - January 4 / Winter Camp
February 16 / Family Day Weekend
March 9 - March 15 / March Break
April 19 - April 22 / Easter Weekend
May 18 - May 20 / Victoria Day Weekend

Regular classes resume after the winter holidays on Monday, January 7, 2019 and after the March Break on Saturday, March 16, 2019.


LEARN TO CODE (GRADES 7+)


Intro to Python

Python is an easy to learn programming language. Teens will be introduced to Python by putting together short animations and by creating their own basic interactive game from scratch. This course is good for beginners as well as teens that want to continue reviewing their current coding knowledge.

January 8 to February 26 | Tuesdays 5:15 to 6:15 PM

Python Projects

Students continue to improve their proficiency in Python, a scripting language that is a great building block for programming concepts and principles in general. Having learned the basics of Python in Learn to Code 1, teens will be introduced to the next level of logical thinking and practical code application with mini code projects to demonstrate their knowledge of programming!

January 10 to February 28 | Thursdays 5:15 to 6:15 PM


Video Game Design (Grades 4-6)


INTRO TO VIDEO GAME DESIGN WITH UNITY

Students learn to create a simple video game in Unity where the basics of game objects, scripting and manipulation of in game components is taught using introductory video game design principles. 

October 13 to February 23 | Saturdays 11:30 AM to 12:45 PM


VIDEO GAME PROJECT: TREASURE HUNT RPG

Students focus on developing a full fledged game in Unity with instructor supervision. Students must have completed at least one video game course in Unity to enroll in this project-based course.

October 13 to February 23 | Saturdays 1:00 to 2:15 PM


PHOTOSHOP AND STOP MOTION (GRADES 5+)


PHOTOSHOP PORTFOLIO PROJECTS

Students will learn design composition principles and bring their traditional art to life using Photoshop as a digital art tool. They will create art pieces that teach different design techniques by using specific Photoshop tools. Students will be provided with an Adobe Photoshop license for the duration of the program.

October 10 to December 12 | Wednesdays 5:30 to 7:00 PM


STOP MOTION WORKSHOPS

Students will be introduced to basic film production concepts including storyboarding, character development, staging, and post-production.

January 16 to March 6 | Wednesdays 5:30 to 7:00 PM