Come try a class at one of our centres in Toronto, Richmond Hill, or Oakville.


Give the gift of programmatic literacy: to your child, your teen, or yourself.

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Give the gift of programming literacy.

The software we use in our classes, Hatch Studio, is based on four years of research and development about how students learn computer programming. The millions of data points we've gathered have helped us to create 26 learning levels in Hatch Studio JS (the software used in Hatch Prime classes) and influenced the development of Hatch Studio P (the software used for Hatch Alpha classes). Input from hundreds of teachers has also helped us to craft Studio

And—when you put your child in a Hatch class—you're getting more than just an engagement experience: you are getting genuine skill and competency development that truly aligns with curriculum. That's because federal government agents have exempted our classes from the HST due to our demonstrated alignment with Ontario's grade 11 and grade 12 Computer Science curriculum. That alignment makes the work done by young students in our centres all the more remarkable. Our software is making it possible for students as young as 7 to become genuinely programming literate.

Technology is influencing the future. Real-world skills lead to real-world success: enrol your children today.



In a swipe obsessed world, we are here to teach some old fashioned skills—including typing. We've put together a short, but effective, course to help students achieve solid typing skills: it's a necessary precursor to genuine computer programming.


Hatch Prime classes are destined for the 7-15 year old crowd who can type. In a Hatch Prime class, children and teens use Hatch Studio JS to work on programming literacy related to user experience, design, and general app development.


Hatch Alpha classes are an intellectual trampoline for 9-16 year olds who are at ease typing. In an Alpha class, the focus is on programming literacy related to data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. The lowest level entry point requires grade 4 math.