Serving Fayette, Montgomery and Jessamine counties in Kentucky

CompuChild® of Lexington, KY

We are a national franchise that provides early STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education in a fun-filled environment. Our specially trained instructors will come to your school or center with LEGO® Robotics kits, tablet devices, computers, projectors, handouts and other supporting materials to teach the class.

Enroll Now


Lego® Robotics


Technology program in Lego Robotics with focus on hands-on model building, drag & drop programming, and understanding of machines such as motors, gears, pulleys, sensors etc.

Enrollment Opening Soon


Pre-programming Logic

3rd - 6th

From CogAT test by the GATE program to advanced work in computer programming, skill sets such as quantitative aptitude, pattern recognition, non-verbal reasoning, deductive and inductive logic etc.

Enrollment Opening Soon


Introduction to Machines


This technology program has been designed for preschool students to get an early understanding of machines such as wheels, gears, pulleys and axles using fun Lego® blocks.

Enrollment Opening Soon

About the Owner

Ruth Pinkston CompuChild.jpg

Ruth Pinkston

My name is Ruth Pinkston and I have lived in the Bluegrass area all my life, graduating from Woodford County High School and Eastern Kentucky University. Being the Franchisee/Program Director of CompuChild of Lexington for over 20 years, I love working with children watching them soak up technology, from the basics, LEGO Robotics, programming skills, and much more. CompuChild helps give them a leg up academically with technology skills they need in school.

Featured Blog Posts


In the Beginning, COMPUCHILD was founded to meet a specific need...to get kids prepared for success at school. Upon entering elementary school, kids started using computers at school. Our founder realized that preschoolers were at a considerable advantage if they started working on computers prior to heading off to elementary school. Most families did not have computers at home and most child care centers and preschools did not have...


STEM education has been in the news for quite some time, and has proven to help children become critical thinkers and problem solvers. More recently educators have added Art to the acronym, now STEAM.

STEAM activities allow children to explore their surroundings and create solutions while learning Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. This integrated learning process encourages critical thinking and helps children think like...


Do you have technology rules for your kids? Chances are you do. Most families have rules like ‘don’t text and drive’ or ‘no device at the dinner table’

A small study conducted by the University of Michigan and University of Washington, studied 249 parent-child pairs across 40 states. Their...