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    Hoover, Alabama


CODE BHM is the kids coding program offered by StarTech Brainery for kids in Birmingham, Hoover, Vestavia, Homewood, Mountain Brook and rest of Alabama! . StarTech Brainery is a socially responsible company founded by two university professors. We emphasize on developing problem solving, collaboration, and communication skills amongst our students. Beyond the courses offered, our students would be engaged in real world voluntary projects focused on software development to develop entrepreneurial skills amongst them. On the socially responsible front, we are committed to donate up to 50% of our net profits to charities selected by our students, while the donation amount is based on students’ performance. The collective focus of this initiative is help our students in achieving their full peak performance.

90 %

parents want their children to learn computer science

40 %

schools in US teach computer science

58 %

of all new STEM jobs are in computing

8 %

of STEM graduates are in computer science

The Team

Dr. Mohanraj Thirumalai

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Dr. Ramaraju Rudraraju

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fold demand for computer science graduates in Alabama

7 %

schools in Alabama offered AP CS A (Java)

23 %

schools in Alabama offered AP CS Principles

teachers graduated in 2016 with CS teaching skills in Alabama

Our Courses

Below is a listing of our courses offered for Spring'19. Age groups below are only suggestive. Talk to us and we can help you identify the best course your child should start from.

  • Class Size Upto 6
  • Years Old 8 to 13
  • Tution Fee $400

Block Based Programming for Robots

Class Time : Tuesdays 4 to 5pm

Fun is the best word to describe programming with

Hoover, Alabama. Exact address provided to registrants.

10 %

women of color were working scientists and engineers in the US in 2015

20 %

of women were employed in the software industry in 2015

2.9 %

black women earned STEM degrees in 2015

35 %

of women were STEM based undergraduates in 2015