Programs

Coda Inspire

Coda Mountain Academy’s Coda Inspire is an after school program that serves 5th – 8th grade students in Fayette County. Students enrolled in Coda Inspire can choose to be in the Music and Art track or the Lego Robotics track. Coda Inspire is provided through collaboration with Fayette County Schools and Coda Mountain Academy.

Coda Community

Coda Community offers evening classes in Legos robotics, music and art for young people and their parents each Thursday night.  The classes are reasonably priced with parents able to take the classes with their children if they wish for half price.  An Open House to meet the teachers and look over the different classes will be September 12.  Parents can sign up at the Open House or online.

Family Living Workshops

Coda is pleased to offer daytime and evening classes for adults called Family Living Workshops. This is a fantastic way to get some YOU time, make new friends, and learn new skills! These 5 – 8 week workshops are FREE!

Currently, Coda is offering “Sewing with Ellen”. The upcoming Fall and Spring will have workshops such as canning, crochet, music, financial success and budgeting and some preschool/parent classes.

 

Robotics Boot Camp

The Coda Robotics/Technology Boot Camp is a day camp option for students in grades 4-12 from June 26-30, 2017. Half-day classes and group activities culminate with an open house for parents and friends at the end of the week. Students who have never used Lego robotics before will have a chance to learn Wedo robotics, as well as other mechanical engineering projects. Those who have experience can learn more advanced Wedo robotics or Mindstorm robotics.

Summer Music Festival

Aspiring young musicians ages 12-23 embark on one of the most unforgettable musical excursions of their lives at Coda Mountain Academy’s Summer Music Festival. Over the course of two weeks, students learn the art of true music-making by exploring  a diverse set of musical genres, tackling challenging exercises and disciplines, and further honing their instrumental skills. Led by an outstanding faculty holding degrees from conservatories around the country, students receive top professional instruction both in private lessons and in group ensemble collaboration.

Coda Kidz

 

The Coda Kidz track is a multi-track day camp option for young musicians  ages 5-12. Half-day classes and group activities culminate with a concert at the end of the week. Students who have never played a musical instrument have an opportunity to study ukulele, guitar, choir or rhythm instruments. Those who play violin or cello can continue their studies at camp. This year drama and art are also offered!

The Coda Kidz camp will be held on July 10 – 14, 2017, 8:15am – 2pm.