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"<My son> Loved it!
He is a Lego boy + would love an even more advanced one! <course>"
By C. Gifford
"I found the program well organized + level appropriate. The instructor was patient, enthusiastic + well prepared.
I would suggest these programs be held in more locations such as east Van. eg: Killarney. Many people in other locations would participate if offered in more local places."
By L. Wong
"Erin <the teacher> had a very good control over the group of kids. She kept them engaged, was patient, very organized, and encouraging. I wouldn't hesitate to sign my kids up for another class - he had so much fun."
By H. Linde
By D. McFee
"My child 'Loved it!'"
By T. Stewart
my son has grown into a "master" of lego programming!
We want to sign-up again! :)
By I. Finnson
Thank You ;)
By I. Finnson
Gateways Learning, (GL), a Canadian-owned company, is a vehicle for thousands of students throughout BC, Washington, and Asia, known for developing the character and academic excellence necessary for the success needed in life. GL is a centre that fosters discovery in order to impact the future by engaging in dialogue with educators, businesses, and parents, through the development and education of it's four divisions.