NewTechKids is pleased to announce that it is collaborating with Stedelijk Gymnasium Haarlem, a prestigious Dutch high school in the city of Haarlem, to offer a new programming and robotics course. 

We’ll provide students with a general introduction to programming, technology systems and design in the broader context of automation. The course will combine deep analytical thinking about the implications of technology with hands on design and programming experience through a series of class challenges.

Known in English as the Latin School of Haarlem, the high school was founded in 1389 and is one of the oldest schools in the world. One of the school’s most well-known alumni is Guido van Rossum, the Dutch programmer who developed the Python programming language.

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