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Coding Camps


Code Away! Introduction

  • Monday, July 10 to Friday, July 14 - FULL
  • Monday, August 14 to Friday, August 18 - FULL
  • Age group: ages 7 to 11 (campers must have completed grade one)
  • Gender: co-ed

This camp is suitable for campers new to coding and programming. Learn basic coding skills with robotic devices such as BB8, Sphero, Ollie, Dash and Dot. Advance to designing, building and creating your own video game using programs such as Scratch.  Each day includes cooperative outdoor activities.  This session is co-educational.


Coding for Girls

  • Tuesday, August 8 to Friday, August 11 (four days)
  • Age group: ages 9 to 14
  • Gender: girls session

Learn computer programming concepts, techniques and best practices while learning to code robotic devices, interactive computer programs and games. Collaborate with other girls as you develop your talents and make new friends. Our program allows campers to advance at their own pace.  Each day includes cooperative outdoor activities.


Coding and Game Design - Intermediate

  • Monday, July 17 to Friday, July 21 - FULL
  • Age group: ages 9 to 15
  • Gender: co-ed

Campers learn computer programming concepts through projects. The fundamentals and theory are brought in to teach the campers how to build the project correctly, but are not done in isolation. Campers will learn advanced computer-programming concepts, techniques and best practices while learning to code robotic devices, interactive computer programs and games using programs such as Scratch and Tynker. Groups will be divided by age on the first morning.  Each day includes cooperative outdoor activities. This session is co-educational.


Advanced Coding and App Design (NEW for 2017)

  • Monday, August 14 to Friday, August 18
  • Age group: ages 13 to 15
  • Gender: co-ed

Discover a variety of coding environments, game development and app design applications.  Work with more advanced programs such as Swift and Swift Playground.  Camp activities involve design, logic, math, computer skills, teamwork and creativity.  Experience in basic coding environments is necessary.  Each day includes cooperative outdoor activities.  This session is co-educational.


Too Cool for Camp (NEW for 2017)

  • Monday, August 21 to Friday, August 25
  • Age group: ages 14 to 17
  • Gender: co-ed

So, you are too old for "camp", but can't get a summer job?  Join others in tackling real world problems.  Learn advanced coding, game design, circuitry and more.  Explore topics that you select and work with a mentor as you create your solutions.  This session is co-educational.



Minecraft Camps


Adventures in Minecraft

  • Tuesday, July 4 to Friday, July 7 (four days)
  • Age group: ages 8 to 10
  • Gender: co-ed

Minecraft is a versatile tool to develop new skills and to design and build campers' creations.  It is also an amazing way to make new friends.  Minecraft Camps allow for individual and group learning.  Learn the basics of the game, controls, recipes and how to build circuits/devices in Minecraft.  Each day includes cooperative outdoor activities.  This session is co-educational.


Minecraft

  • Monday, July 24 to Friday, July 28
  • Age group: ages 10 to 13
  • Gender: co-ed

Take Minecraft to the next level!  Build with friends and learn new skills including character skins, custom maps and playing with modifications.  Along with learning new skills, campers will also learn to build more technical and creative circuits.  Each day includes cooperative outdoor activities.  This session is co-educational.


Minecraft

  • Monday, July 31 to Friday August 4
  • Age group: ages 12 to 15
  • Gender: co-ed

Join us for the final challenge in Minecraft while campers unleash their imagination as they design and build their ultimate creations.  Campers will get to create mini games or giant interacting houses with Redstone circuits.  They will have an opportunity to design and build games that are engaging and entertaining, and play them with their friends.  Each includes cooperative outdoor activities.  This session is co-educational.

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