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What is a Stream?

A Stream is a collection of courses in a particular engineering area. Currently, we offer Machine Learning and Computer Engineering courses in a monthly subscription program.
A subscription to a Stream gives students access to all of the self-paced learning material (lessons, assignments and hands-on projects), allowing them to work at their own pace.
Additionally, students will choose a weekly 1.5hr timeslot to attend one of our Instructor Assisted Project Sessions (IAPS) to ask questions or seek guidance on their assignments and/or hands-on projects.

Spotlighting One of our Current Students

Meet Michael, a student and Stream Assistant at NexStream. He is an 8th-grader who has taken our ML-100 and ML-200 courses.

In this interview, Michael shares with us about his experience in NexStream classes as a student who started the Machine Learning Stream without any prior computer science knowledge. He also talks about his favorite Machine Learning projects and his experience as a Stream Assistant.

Watch the video to know more about Michael and his experiences at NexStream.

What Our Customers Say About Us


As a parent of a high school student interested in STEM, I believe ML (Machine Learning) will be one of the critical necessary computer science skills that will benefit their future career. ML as the vehicle driving AI (Artificial Intelligence) development forward, has started to gain traction within scientific research, engineering, and other emerging technologies, from drug discovery to image optimization to logistics and manufacturing. I believe NexStream's robust curriculum is an excellent primer for our kid's path to use ML as one of the tools to help them accelerate in the future with any STEM fields that they are interested in.

Jimmy, parent of a 10th grade student

My son smiles so much during your classes and I have never seen him being so happy with his work!

Lucy, parent of a 12th grade intern

The course content and material for ML-110 was great. They were indeed interesting.

A 9th grade student

Michael enjoys this program and I am sure he will learn a lot of things he is interested in from you guys.

Xin, parent of an 8th grade student and intern