Why teach STEM?

Giving students the tools they need to be successful

Our Curriculum

Hands On Learning

Contrary to traditional classroom learning, our hands on learning approach makes our classroom experience fun and engaging, which enables students to immerse themselves in their projects. It has been shown that hands on learning boosts a student’s success in the classroom and beyond.

We Believe STEM Learning Should Be Available For ALL students.

Sigma Coding offers STEM education courses to ALL students, with a focus on offering diverse programming and robotics classes to students living in underprivileged communities, and empowering female students to be successful in the STEM field. We need your help so we can offer classes at lower costs, enabling even more students to be exposed to STEM education. Together, we can make a difference.

Classes Offered

Courses available for all grades K-12

Java Programming

Robotics

Scratch Jr. Programming

8th-12th grade

No prerequisite needed for this course! The introduction to Java course will cover topics that are relevant to modern high-level languages, including conditional statements, loops, variables, Boolean logic, and methods.

3rd-8th grade

Robotics is an interactive course that will teach students how to build, program, collaborate and problem solve. Student will create robots to solve specific tasks as well as programming them for autonomous and human-controlled operation.

K-2nd grade

An introduction to programming for young learners. Students will develop a love for programming in this class by learning programming logic while having fun. Students will learn motion, loops, talking, characters, and more.

Working to make STEM knowledge available for ALL students

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The Sigma Foundation admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.