Agreed. There are a million and one free (and paid) classes and apps for kids to "Learn to Code".
Some other great resources are Code.org,Khanacademy.org, Codecombat.com,Codecademy.com and numerous more. These are excellent resources that students can use to accomplish the goal of learning to code. However, the main thing that all of these sites are missing, is 1-on-1 attention and immediate feedback from a real person. This is what sets us apart. Instructors at Computational Thinkers not only teach online micro lessons but also teach IRL with real students face-to-face. We see first hand how much more progress students make when a teacher and classmates are involved in the learning process compared to independent online pre-recored courses.
Learning to code is a wonderful skill to have. However, every recruiter within the industry will tell you that the coding skills come second to the ability to problem solve with the use of technology. That's what Computational Thinkers aims to do. We want to give you the individual attention you need in order to be the best problem solver you can be using today's technology.