Camps will be held online with live virtual instructor.
Knowing computer science is as fundamental as learning math and reading. We offer many different computer programming languages depending on your child’s level including Scratch, JavaScript, Python and Java.

CODING Online

Younger online campers, grades K-2, will learn basic logic using ScratchJr visual programming language in order to design animation and games. The goal is to introduce kids to programming and game design concepts without all the complex programming. Every student will storyboard and present their game at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Icebreaker and ‘hello world’ activities
Day 2 – Character Movement
Day 3 – Cat-n-mouse game
Day 4 – Customizing project
Day 5 – Presenting project

Online Campers will code using Scratch visual programming language to design a game like Maze of Frogger. The goal is to introduce students to more advanced programming concepts, design more complex games, and implement coding logic. This is a great starting point for older children with little or no prior experience. Every student will storyboard and present their game at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Icebreakers and ‘Hello World’ activities
Day 2 – Storyboard and begin coding custom game
Day 3 – Complete and debug custom game
Day 4 – Changing aspects of custom game
Day 5 – Presenting final game

Online Campers will learn advanced JavaScript programming, using Bitsbox, to design more complex games like Fruit Ninja. The goal is to introduce intermediate concepts, design an app-like game, and implement coding logic. This is a great starting point for older children with little or no prior experience who are comfortable with a challenge. Every student will storyboard and present their app at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Icebreakers and ‘Hello World’ activities
Day 2 – Storyboard and begin coding project
Day 3 – Customize personal project
Day 4 – Debugging project
Day 5 – Presenting final project

Online Campers will be introduced to and code with the Python programming language to design games like Slither, using Pygames. The goal is to introduce a more versatile coding language to students, program games and understand syntax. Every student will storyboard and present their game at the end of the week! (Javascript knowledge is required to take this camp.)

Day 1 – Icebreakers and ‘Hello World’ activity
Day 2 – Storyboard and begin coding ‘Snake’ game
Day 3 – Finish remaining code and begin debugging
Day 4 – Customizing game
Day 5 – Presenting final project

Online Campers will be introduced to and code with the widely used programming language, Java, to develop an app-like game. The goal is to introduce the Java language, learn syntax and build a simple game app. Every student will storyboard and present their app program at the end of the week! (Javascript knowledge is required to take this camp.)

Day 1 – Icebreaker and ‘Hello World’ activities
Day 2 – Java math and logic operators
Day 3 – Storyboard and begin coding personal game
Day 4 – Customize personal game
Day 5 – Presenting final project

Camps will be held online with live virtual instructor.
We offer many fun ways to learn about hardware technology including robotics and computer programming. We offer Dash Robots for young kids and LEGO Mindstorms for advanced kids. They can also learn about more advance programming with robotics, using C programming language, to perform activity challenges!

ROBOTICS Online

Young online campers will learn about robots, using Wonder Workshop Dash, and coding, using Blockly visual programming language. The goal is to introduce kids to autonomous robots, complete fun tasks and design simple programs. Every student will storyboard and compete in the challenge at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Icebreaker and ‘Hello World’ activities
Day 2 – Explanation of sensors and automation
Day 3 – Measuring automated movement
Day 4 – Learn intermediate coding logic using Dash’s accessories
Day 5 – Presenting final project

Online Campers will learn programming with LEGO Mindstorms robot and the EV3 visual programming language to complete challenging tasks. The goal is to complete tasks like the Roomba or Candy Cleanup, and learn about autonomous robots. Every student will storyboard and compete in the challenge at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Icebreaker and ‘Hello World’ activities
Day 2 – Building the robot
Day 3 – Coding the robot
Day 4 – Debugging and Roomba or Candy Cleanup competition
Day 5 – Presenting final project

(New!) Online Campers will use Robolink CoDrone to learn how to build, program and fly drones with the Arduino IDE which uses C/C++ programming languages. Students will assemble a drone (sold separately), understand sensors and controllers, upload programming logic and compete in flight challenge. Every student will simulate their CoDrone and present their build at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Identification and explanation of various parts through engineering terminology
Day 2 – Proper procedure for flight and surrounding environment
Day 3 – Assembly and Build a ‘Safe’ Flight Controller (if purchased)
Day 4 – Autonomous Flying and specifications
Day 5 – Presenting final project

(This camp has been canceled.) Campers will build a desktop computer from scratch. The goal is to learn the key parts of a functional computer, how to assemble the parts, learn computer settings and install Linux operating systems. Every student will design their own dream computer and present their build at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Identification and explanation of PC parts
Day 2 – Proper procedure for installation of parts
Day 3 – Installing OS, building dream computer list
Day 4 – Build PC with budget and specifications
Day 5 – Presenting final project

Camps will be held online with live virtual instructor.
Gaming is a great way to learn about game design and computer programming. Kids can play and create their own mini-games using the favorite video games including Minecraft, Roblox and Fortnite. We have tech camps for all ages.

GAME DESIGN Online

Online Campers will learn and use the Roblox online studio to design, construct and play a game of their own design. The goal is to have students understand the virtual game, know the toolbox and features, and build an elaborate capture the flag arena. Every student will storyboard and present their project at the end of the week! We are Official Roblox Educator®

Day 1 – Icebreaker and ‘Hello World’ activities
Day 2 – Storyboarding, Build Terrain
Day 3 – Design Spawn and Flag Areas, add Structure
Day 4 – Publish Game, code health pack, put weapons in Starter Pack
Day 5 – Presenting final project

Online Campers will create their own Minecraft server and push their creativity to the limit by designing multi-player mini-games, like Spleef, for their friends to play. The goal is to have students understand how to build a server, develop a mini-game, and create their own Minecraft world. Every student will storyboard and present their project at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Icebreaker and ‘Hello World’ activities
Day 2 – Storyboarding, begin construction spleef arena
Day 3 – Continue PvP arena, add commands
Day 4 – Finish PvP arena, connect to other users’ servers
Day 5 – Presenting final project

Online Campers will learn to develop 3D game animation and video game skills using the Unity Game Engine. Unity is utilized by companies such as Cartoon Network Studios. The class will apply creativity and programming skills to create 2D and 3D games and animation. Every student will storyboard and present their project at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Icebreaker and ‘Hello World’ activities / storyboarding
Day 2 – C# (C-sharp) programming language
Day 3 – Build 2D and 3D games
Day 4 – Problem-solving activities
Day 5 – Publish Game and presenting final project

Online Campers will learn and use Fortnite’s creative mode to design, construct and play. The goal is to have students understand the virtual game, know the toolbox and features, and build their own multiplayer experience. Every student will storyboard and present their project at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Icebreaker and ‘Hello World’ activities / storyboarding
Day 2 – Select Terrain, Base Construction
Day 3 – Game Theory and Player Interactions
Day 4 – Player/Item spawns, game Rules
Day 5 – Publish Game and presenting final project

Camps will be held online with live virtual instructor.
Kids are naturally creative. We nurture that creativity by offering kids digital art technology such as: 3D printing, YouTube video production, website design while integrating these technical skills to develop future entrepreneurs!

DIGITAL ARTS Online

Online Campers will learn about 3D modeling using TinkerCAD and printing technology using 3D printers. The goal is to learn how to design a 3D model, apply concepts such as additive and subtractive design, and print using our Force Forge 3D printers. Every student will storyboard and present their 3D project at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Icebreaker and ‘Hello World’ activities
Day 2 – Storyboard and model personalize keychains
Day 3 – 3D printer techniques and designing a personal project
Day 4 – Printing either keychain or personal project
Day 5 – Presenting final project

Online Campers will design a personal Comic Book Project. The goal is to learn the key phases of how to create a compelling comic book for fans. Every student will design their personal comic book and present their build at the end of the week!

Day 1 – Ice breaker, what is a comic book
Day 2 – Designing the Flyer Project Storyboards
Day 3 – Developing Backgrounds, Scenes and Posing
Day 4Designing the Comic Project Storytelling
Day 5 – Presenting final project