STEAM EDUCATION REIMAGINED
Bring Whizara to Your School
Live online K-12 coding, math and physics programs to propel students towards STEM and computing careers
* In-person programs available in select cities
TAILORED TO YOUR LEARNING GOALS AND NEEDS
Personalized 1:1 classes for students ages 5-18
Robust and engaging curricula matched with elite instructors take the learning experience to the next level
RESULTS-ORIENTED ENGAGING PROGRAMS
Live online integrated coding, Al and math holiday camps for ages 5-18
Make the most of the holiday breaks to learn new skills and create personalized projects.
Innovative curricula designed to impart digital literacy and STEAM education to the next generation
Innovative integrated coding and STEAM programs that grow with the kids to provide age appropriate learning that nurture interests and provide opportunities for kids to create personalized real world projects and develop 21st century career skills.
Trusted by Parents and School Administrators
A unique program where kids grow academically, acquire coding skills, advance math and science skills, and get ready for AP® exams
Courses designed by teachers, science and tech enthusiasts and computer scientists and aligned with K-12 CSTA, Common Core, TEKS standards and AP® framework. Kids develop computational thinking and design thinking via project-based and problem-based coding, AI, math and physics courses.
Meet the founder and some of the instructors who make it happen!
Smita ShrivastavaFounder & CEO
Smita is a software industry veteran and an entrepreneur with two decades of experience in various technical and business roles at Silicon Valley technology companies. She is passionate about computer science education and founded Whizara to enable opportunities for young students to learn coding and computational thinking, and use it as a tool to create their own amazing applications. She holds a Bachelors in Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Masters in Computer Science from the University of California Santa Cruz, and MBA from INSEAD, France.
Wesley WWhizara Instructor
Richard CWhizara Instructor
Richard is studying Computer Science at Stanford University. "Teaching is awesome in that I learn as much as I teach, and oftentimes our different ways of thinking build off of each other. It's rewarding to see students make their way around difficult problems and their excitement as they come up with a solution. A wow moment once happened and I was blown away when a student essentially came up with their own logical way to think about the interior angle formula, solving a problem in a way I hadn't seen before."
Tucker RWhizara Instructor
Brandy NWhizara Instructor
Brandy is studying Computer Science at UC Berkeley. "With practice, anyone can be good at programming, no matter their age or experience, and use it to make some pretty amazing things. I teach Python and Scratch. What I love the most about teaching are those “Eureka!” moments when students finally understand a concept and where the fun and beauty of code reveals itself best, and students are able to apply their own creativity to these concepts. I encourage anybody who is even the slightest bit interested in coding to give it a shot - like me, you might discover something you didn’t expect to find!
What parents, teachers and school administrators are saying
Kid Enjoys His Class - Can't Ask for More. My kid is enjoying his coding class, specialized into areas that he likes, making it challenging and a continued joy for him. Honestly can't ask for more when he is wanting to continue with the class.
Learn2Code.Live program further developed our students' creativity. Using the program not only taught them coding but also critical thinking and reasoning skills that go beyond coding and support students in all subjects.
Fantastic. My son thoroughly enjoyed every lesson, and learned so much! Absolutely recommend. Very flexible, personal, and efficient. They will make it work for you.