Create. Code. Enjoy.

Fun-based programming school for children between
7-18 years

Logiscool started in 2014 in Budapest, Hungary.
Today we teach in 90+ locations in 13 countries,
and the number of our students is growing dynamically.

More than 50.000 students have been able to experience in our courses and camps that programming is enjoyable with Logiscool.

Proprietary platform

Our students learn programming on our own platform and special curriculum with the help of undergraduate teachers in an inspiring environment. They can start programming at any age and the courses span years.

Modular curriculum

Our curriculum and methodology based on modules building on each other allows children to get to like programming and use the acquired skill in practice.

The knowledge of the future

Within a few years this knowledge will become as important as speaking foreign languages. It is an excellent "investment" as the demand for people with programming skills is growing steadily worldwide.

How we teach

Immediate success

Inspiring environment

Young & enthusiastic instructors

groups of 6 to 12 students

All equipment provided

People said About Us


The instructor teaches "visible" things. My son can actually show what he's done and they're not getting bored with theories.

A friendly, child-centered place where kids can learn a lot. Moreover they like it and will make use of it in their adulthood.

The only place where I don't worry about my son getting a bit "geeky" :-).

Her development is undeniable. I think it really important that she has a sense of achievement. She's always thinking of a new solution.

Gives valuable knowledge in a very professional way.

Our students

It's great. I bet you've never done something like this. I can only recommend this!

(Laura, 12 years old)

It develops my brain, and it's very cool.

(Matteo, 11 years old)

I love it. It's playful and we learn a lot.

(Gabriel, 14 years old)

Super cool, very recommended!

(David, 14 years old)

The best school in the world!

(Martin, 10 years old)

Teaches what will be essential in the future.

(Thomas, 12 years old)