Edtech startup Camp K12 has raised $12 million in its Series A round led by Matrix Partners India and Elevation Capital. The duo had previously led a $4 million seed round in the Gurugram-based startup in April last year.
Funds will be used to hire leaders across functions, scale operations and marketing, and build engineering and product team, said the company in a press release.
Founded in 2010 by Anshul Baghi, Camp K12 is the first local platform to offer coding skills to children. It connects students with tutors online with a primary focus on live learning courses for science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.
The company claims that its US business has grown 2x month-on-month over the past 3 months Middle East business has grown 3x month-on-month.
Around a dozen edtech startups are offering coding classes for school-going children. The list includes WhiteHat Jr, Toppr, Vedantu, Cuemath, Lido Learning, Coding Ninjas, and Uable.