Are children able to complete these courses?

Are children able to complete these courses?

While most of our courses are designed with adult self-learners in mind, we do offer a large selection of entry-level & beginner-level courses suitable for children and teens.

We have courses on popular topics such as:
  1. Scratch
  2. Computer fundamentals
  3. Roblox

Parents can also view our list of homeschooling courses to find lists of appropriate material depending on grade.

All this said, as we value protecting the data of children, we highly advise any parent or legal guardian first review our Privacy Policy before signing up to the site.

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