"We had a wonderful experience going through the Code With Us on-site Robotics boot camp. The learning platform was well designed and Arduino contents are engaging for middle schoolers. "

Jordyn, Arduino Robotics student at Code With Us

All Arduino Classes Include
Weekly Progress Updates To Parents From Teachers
Flexible Class Schedule
Custom Coding Curriculum
U.S Based Teachers, Graduates Of Top Universities
Classroom Dashboard
Customer Support
Optional Homework
Class Certificates and Rewards

Pricing Guide

Coding Class and Camp With LIVE Instructor

for Ages 10 - 18

Trial Lesson


Trial Group Lesson and Coding Skill Assessment for Free

  • 1 Trial class per student
  • Available 7 days a week
  • US based teachers
  • Scratch, Python, Minecraft, Javascript (15+ Topics)
  • Coding assessment report after the class
  • Complete free to try, no commitment necessary!
Weekly Class

$148 /month $195

Month-to-Month Price, No Long-Term Commitment!

  • Personalized lesson plan
  • Available 7 days a week
  • US based teachers
  • Scratch, Python, Minecraft, Javascript (15+Topics)
  • Weekly progress updates from teachers
  • Month-to-month price, no long-term commitment!
Coding Camp

$345 /week $485

Morning, Afternoon or Full Day Camp options (Mon-Fri).

  • Personalized coding projects
  • Afternoon or Full Day Camp (Mon-Fri)
  • US based teachers
  • 2000+ coding/robotics projects to choose from
  • Camp progress updates from teachers
  • Weekly price, no long-term commitment!

More About Our Arduino Classes

Arduino Class Options & Details

Each coding class is 1 hour and students can choose to either attend once a week or twice a week depending on your preference.

You also have the option to choose your preference of the class size. There are two class size options you can choose from either a Small-group class size which is a 3-1 student to teacher ratio or Private classes which is a 1-1 student to teacher ratio. Read more below about how the 2 class options are respectfully operated:

Small-Group Arduino Classes

Small group classes are a 3:1 student to teacher ratio. In a small group class, a teacher will be helping up to 3 students at once, rotating their attention between them. Each student in the group moves at their own pace and they will receive custom lessons to match their skill level and topic of interest. This means that each student will get custom lesson material and instruction from their teacher each time they join us!

How can students in a small-group class learn different topics at the same time?

  • The teachers are always the same each week, so they learn about each student and are able to keep up with the student's needs and progress.
  • We always take into consideration each student's topic of interest and experience level.
  • The teachers divide their time appropriately with each student in the group.
  • The lessons are intuitive, small group classes are intended for kids who are able to work on their own for short periods of time.
  • The classes are not lecture-style. Instead, they are personalized for each individual student.
Private Arduino Classes

Private classes are a 1:1 student to teacher ratio. In a private class, a teacher will be helping only 1 student for the 60 minute lesson. In this setting the student will move at their own pace while focusing on their desired topic of interest. The teacher is always the same each week, so they learn about each student and are able to keep up with the student's needs and progress.

How Your Child Benefits

Career Preparation

50% of all new jobs will require some coding skills. We prep students for lucrative careers in software programming.


Computers are the new canvas of the digital world. Students can create and code limitless possibilities!


Coding is an effective S.T.E.A.M. tool that integrates creation, process, and tangible outcomes.


Students work in teams with other like-minded coders to design, code, and have fun.

Problem Solving

Learning to code allows students to break down problems efficiently and find logical solutions.

Improve Self-Esteem

Coding helps kids create products that make them proud, which helps them feel they can accomplish their goals.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Details about Arduino
What Is Arduino?

Arduino Is An Open-Source Electronics Platform Based On Easy-To-Use Hardware And Software. Arduino Boards Are Able To Read Inputs - Light On A Sensor, A Finger On A Button, Or A Twitter Message - And Turn It Into An Output - Activating A Motor, Turning On An LED, Publishing Something Online. You Can Tell Your Board What To Do By Sending A Set Of Instructions To The Microcontroller On The Board. To Do So You Use The Arduino Programming Language (Based On Wiring), And The Arduino Software (IDE), Based On Processing.Over The Years Arduino Has Been The Brain Of Thousands Of Projects, From Everyday Objects To Complex Scientific Instruments. A Worldwide Community Of Makers - Students, Hobbyists, Artists, Programmers, And Professionals - Has Gathered Around This Open-Source Platform, Their Contributions Have Added Up To An Incredible Amount Of Accessible Knowledge That Can Be Of Great Help To Novices And Experts Alike.

Who Is Arduino For?

Arduino Is A Great Robotics And Electronics Introduction For Kids 10 Years And Up. Arduino Is A Great Platform To Experience And Create Your Own Hardware Without Prior Programming Or Electronics Knowledge.

When Are Arduino Classes Available?

Coding Classes Are Available 7 Days A Week All Year-Round And We Guarantee We Can Work With Your Schedule. Students Have The Options To Takes Classes Either Once A Week Or Twice A Week. Each Coding Class Is One Hour And Is Always Customized To Match A Student's Experience Level And Interests. Your Child Can Start Taking Classes With Us In A Week Or Less! To Schedule Classes And Check Out The Class Options Click Here.

How Long Does The Arduino Program Last?

In Our Arduino Program Students Will Learn How To Control Various Robotic Components And How To Combine Those Components Functions Using C++ Programming. Based On Our Observation, The Beginner Arduino Program May Last For Approximately 9 Months. Within That Timeline, Our Teachers Will Work With The Student On Projects To Complete Arduino Level 1, 2 And 3.

What Is Required To Learn Arduino?

  • - Laptop or Computer. Do NOT use a tablet for the Arduino program.

  • - Working microphone and speaker. Camera is optional.

  • - Use a headphone/headset for the best experience.