Private Lessons with Premium Home Delivery Kits
100% USA-Based Instructors
Recruited from top universities like Stanford, Caltech, and NYU, our iD Certified STEM pros have the talent and personality to match.
Ultimate Scheduling Flexibility
Designed to fit your busy schedule, lessons can be booked at your own pace, whatever your time zone.
Fun Topics and Custom Curriculum
From Roblox and Minecraft to Python and YouTube, our curriculum is tailored to your child's unique skill level, interests, and goals.
Fast Advancement on The iD Tech Pathway™
With our expert instructors and proven pedagogy, your child will progress quickly from total beginner to college-bound pro. L10 certification awaits!
Advance fast with the right instructor
Software engineers from Carnegie Mellon. Industry disruptors from Caltech. Digital artists from NYU. Our iD Certified Tech Rockstars are online now, ready to help you build confidence, have fun, and advance fast.
What is an iD Certified Instructor?
- Recruited from elite universities like Stanford, NYU, and other U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges
- 100% USA-based employees, no independent contractors
- Meticulous background and reference checks
- All-adult instructors, no high schoolers or CITs
- Proven pedagogy and rigorous training
We recruit the same top talent sought by companies like Google, EA, and Disney. They hire who we hire!
Real families. Real rave reviews.
“My son was completely engaged for the hour of instruction, and has been eager to show off his new skills to his family and friends! His instructor was patient and very clear. I was impressed with how he was able to Zoom-teach Minecraft to a pretty young child. Already looking forward to our next lesson.”
“We LOVE the one-on-one iD Tech sessions. Loren has been really inspiring working with my 14-year-old on Unity and game coding. Highly recommended.”
“Our instructor was amazing! Her patience and enthusiasm for all things coding was contagious. My 10-year-old daughter now enjoys coding and is looking forward to her private lessons.”