Serving Dublin, Pleasanton, San Ramon and Danville in northern California
CompuChild® of Tri-Valley in Northern California
Since 1994, CompuChild has been dedicated to preparing children for the academic challenges of tomorrow through technology education today. To accomplish our mission, we:
- Introduce children to the expanding world of technology, teaching them its functions, capabilities and possibilities.
- Emphasize collaboration and cooperation in a positive environment.
- Model proper care and consideration for the computer and peripheral equipment.
- Utilize a variety of educational software to conduct our classes while focusing on technology curriculum.
Our classes are offered throughout the year. After-School Centers and Elementary Schools, are welcome to contact us to learn more about our program.
- Contact Us
- Email: TriValley@compuchild.com
- Phone: (925) 248-2949
K to 5th
These courses instill logical and organized thinking for all sorts of problem solving.
Various national test such as: Gifted and Talented Education (GATE), Talented & Gifted (TAG), Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT), Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT), Gifted & Talented (G&T), etc. recognize logical thinking as a key skill for high achieving students. more
About the owner
We are CompuChild of Dublin, CA, serving residents of the city of Dublin, Pleasanton, San Ramon and Danville. We come from an engineering background and are very passionate about kids' education. We strive to teach entrepreneurial skills to children. These skill sets will help kids be successful in future. Currently we offer classes in both formats, in-person as well as online. CompuChild’s "Pre-programming Logic & Aptitude”, "Lego Robotics” and “Introduction to Machines” classes have been very successful in our area and have been well received by parents. We also support a non-profit organization that aids in education of children and women empowerment projects for socially and financially underprivileged tribal area of India.
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