Summer Camps

Each camp will be separated into different age groups and each group work on age-appropriate projects. This way we can accommodate families with a variety of ages within the same camp.

  • Group 1 – ages 5 – 9
  • Group 2 – ages 10 – 14

Early drop-off and extended hours for after-camp care is also provided for busy parents that need that extra time! Drop off as early as 8:00am and pick-up as late as 5:00pm for $50. Please indicate to us that you will require the extended day-camp program!Pick up and drop offs may differ from location to location. Please check with the location manager for specific details.

If you’d like to learn more about what we do through out the day, check out an example of what a schedule may look like!
Reference Summer Camp Timetable

Coding & Animation

Our Summer Camp Timetable
9:00 AM – 3:30 PM

Students in this camp will be working with Python to understand computer algorithms and computer programming basics. This is an introduction to computer programming concepts, designs, and implementations through learning how to create games by scripting themselves! At the end of this camp, students will have created their own versions of their favorite games that they can share with their friends and family. Additionally, they will have built the foundations to understand computer programming principles and logic.

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Robotics, Circuits & 3D Printing

Our Summer Camp Timetable
9:00 AM – 3:30 PM

In the Robotics, Circuits, and 3D Printing camp, students will learn the basics of programming, wiring, and electronic circuit prototypes. From blinking LEDs and buzzers to self-driven cars, the maker culture is shaping up to be the next industrial revolution! This camp will teach younger students how to connect components on a breadboard, how to work with circuits, and basic programming to control them. Students will learn how to assemble an all-wheel drive car, import computer-coded driving instructions, and race their vehicles in our dramatic “Hot Wheels Race”. In the 3D Printing portion, students will learn how to design, create and print their own products. At the end of the week, students can take their kits home for further experimentation and fun!
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Engineering Olympics

Our Summer Camp Timetable
9:00 AM – 3:30 PM

The Engineering Olympics Camp will introduce students of all ages to the exciting world of Engineering through a full week of competitions and engaging activities. Activities and challenges will include Giant Catapult, High Egg Drop, Popsicle Stick Bridge, Robotic Arm Transporter and many more! Groups will receive a budget each to invest in their own materials and projects! It’s all about the team-work at this camp.

Summer Camp Registration Page