Aligned with the BC curriculum, Geekedu is Vancouver’s leading virtual Math and Coding school designed for students aged 7-18.
Giving children the freedom to learn and explore their interest in math and coding is an incredible way to help them discover their potential and build a solid foundation for university and a meaningful career. Developing their natural skills at a young age improves college admission rates and keeps students positively challenged and engaged.
Fun and engaging private Math and Computer Science courses with high quality interaction to track student’s progress and fast-track their success. Unlike group classes, students will be able to learn at their pace, master more concepts and truly enjoy what they’re learning.
Even students who are passionate about Math and Computer Science learn at their own pace. Our instructors ensure each new concept is measured and mastered before moving on to new concepts and subjects. This approach improves retention and learning outcomes.
Although learning is personalized and students learn at their own pace, we ensure the concepts they learn and are tested on are on track with the BC curriculum. Our objective is to help students progress and introduce advanced courses when they are ready.
Our math classes cover the entire BC curriculum. We start where they are and gradually introduce advanced concepts such as Algebra, Number Theory, Probability, Geometry, Precalculus, Calculus, and AP Calculus. This includes preparing students for their annual AMC and Euclid Mathematics competitions. We begin with grade-level concepts and advance at the student’s pace.Book A FREE Trial
We have coding classes for beginners to advanced students who want to master the most popular programming languages including Python, Java, and C++. Students with a passion for both coding and arts can learn the basics of Website Design,3D Animations, and Game Design. Learning options are endless and Geekedu personalizes our curriculum to each student’s skill level and interests.Book A FREE Trial
Whether your child is struggling in math or computer science or is passionate and wants to learn more, our courses deliver. We offer flexible daytime and after-school virtual learning with private instructors. Each instructor is matched to the individual student.
Once students have moved beyond coding in Scratch, we move on to Python. This is one of the most popular programming languages and the concepts they learn build the foundation for more advanced programming languages. To ensure understanding and retention, students complete coding projects to solidify their new skills.Learn More
Java is another entry-level programming language that is an ideal foundation for beginners. Core concepts covered in this course include Java Syntax, Types and Identifiers, Operators, If Statements, Loops, Arrays and, More. To ensure understanding and retention, students complete coding projects to solidify their new skills.Learn More
Who better to design new games than avid gamers! This course teaches innovative kids and teens the introductory concepts of game design. We start small by teaching students basic game design strategies, how to manipulate blocks in a 3D world, and how to create models and scripts. We teach these gaming design fundamentals within Roblox Studio and Lua Scripting.Learn More
As student’s natural talents develop, we prepare them for their Advanced Placement Computer Science exam. Our AP CSP curriculum teaches university-level Java concepts. The sky is the limit here and many students advanced beyond their assignments and start developing real-life digital solutions.Learn More
This course prepares students for the rigors of Algebra studies while focusing on building problem-solving and logic techniques. It challenges students beyond middle school math concepts providing a well-rounded understanding of Algebra. It prepares students for Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus.Learn More
This course is designed to build the basics of a complicated mathematical field. It’s designed to be a complete introduction to the fundamental concepts of number theory for elementary students. The class covers topics such as Primes and Composites, Multiples, Divisors and Divisibility, Prime Factorization and Its Uses, Modular Arithmetic, and more.Learn More
This course is designed to prepare students for the AMC and other middle school math competitions. Possible topics range from the full middle school mathematics curriculum, including Counting and Probability, Estimation, Everyday Applications, Beginning Algebra, and Quadratic Equations. This course encourages students to develop their analytical thinking and ability to apply theory to problems.Learn More
An advanced high-school-level course for an in-depth understanding of calculus. This course is designed for students who are currently taking AP Calculus in school and preparing for the AP Calculus AB/BC exam. The course covers Limits and Continuity, Differentiation, Applications of Derivatives, Integration and Accumulation of Change, Differential Equations, and Applications Of Integrations.Learn More
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