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    Science Mania – Suggested Grade Level: K – 2nd

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    Jun 26th – 30th | M-F | 9-12pm
    Jul 31st – Aug 4th | M-F | 9-12pm
    Bring your curiosity and your imagination and enter the wondrous world of science and experimentation. During this project, you will have opportunities to use electronic microscopes and various laboratory tools and learn about the world around you in a hands-on and interactive way. Put your goggles on and join the fun!
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    Superheroes – Suggested Grade Level: 1st – 3rd

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    Jul 10th – 14th
    M-F | 9-4pm | On Friday, camp concludes at 1pm

    Being a superhero is more than just superpowers, it’s about helping others. At this camp you will have gizmos and gadgets to help you develop your superhero identity, and defeat the villain of your choice. At the conclusion of the camp, we host a showcase event in which you will present your project and take your creations home for continued enjoyment and learning. Ready to be a superhero and save the day?
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    Math & Science Camp – Suggested Grade Level: 3rd – 5th

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    Aug 14th – 18th
    M-F | 9-4pm | On Friday, camp concludes at 1pm

    Spend a week exploring various scientific and mathematical concepts as you prepare to go back to school. Everyday, a different project awaits you to help you flex your brain “muscles” and practice your problem solving skills. Put on your thinking cap and let’s get started!
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    Moviemaking Spectacular-Suggested Grade Level: 3rd – 6th

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    Jul 24th – 28th
    M-F | 9-4pm | On Friday, camp concludes at 1pm
    Become a filmmaking superstar! During this project, learn the art of story telling and direct your first movie. Create digital animations, shoot your film from anywhere in the universe using green screens, tryout stop motion film, and even create your own props. Your film may even win an InnovEd Oscar at our movie viewing party. Let your star qualities shine!
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    Intro to 3D Designing-Suggested Grade Level: 3rd – 6th

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    Jul 17th – 21st
    M-F | 9-4pm | On Friday, camp concludes at 1pm

    Want to create your own fidget spinner? How about a Lego character that looks like you? Here is your opportunity. During this project you can unleash your imagination and learn the skills necessary to 3D design and print your own original fidget spinner and Lego character.  May the creativity be with you!
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    Wearable Technology – Suggested Grade Level: 3rd – 6th

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    Jul 31st – Aug 4th
    M-F | 9-4pm | On Friday, camp concludes at 1pm

    Let’s add some extra jazz to your wardrobe! In this camp, you will develop circuit design, programming, soldering, and debugging skills for creating wearable technology.  Go from learning basic circuits to walking out with some cool new electronics added to your clothing. Light up the room with your techiness!

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    Minecraft Mania – Suggested Grade Level: 3rd – 8th

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    Jun 26th – 30th
    M-F | 9-4pm | On Friday, camp concludes at 1pm

    You think you know Minecraft? Everyday a new challenge awaits you! You will work as a team to explore, learn, problem solve, and overcome obstacles and challenges. Keep a journal to inspire you to author a book to tell your tales and relive your adventures. At the conclusion of the camp, we host a showcase event in which you will present your project and take your creations home for continued enjoyment and learning. Are you feeling crafty?

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    Build A Robotic Arm – Suggested Grade Level: 4th – 8th

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    Jul 10th – 14th | Aug 7th – Aug 11th
    M-F | 9-4pm | On Friday, camp concludes at 1pm

    Put on your thinking cap, be an engineer and build and program your own robotic arm! In this camp, you will learn how to use Arduinos and go from turning on a simple LED light to programming and controlling a robotic arm.  Whether you want it to move autonomously or controlled through a device, anything is possible. Are you ready to join the robot revolution?

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    Magic Circuits-Suggested Grade Level: 4th – 8th

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    Jun 19th – 23rd
    M-F | 9-4pm | On Friday, camp concludes at 1pm

    Sensors are the eyes and ears of machines and devices. They’re used in robots, smart phones, video game controllers, musical instruments, and more. An Arduino is an electronic brain that listens and responds to sensor data, such as control LED lights, make buzzers buzz, or control the motors of a robot. During this project, you will use a variety of sensors, an Arduino, along with some wires, a breadboard, and a little know-how, we’ll build multiple electronics projects . Are you ready to challenge yourself and think like an Electrical Engineer?
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    Fantastic Beasts – Suggested Grade Level: 4th – 8th

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    Jul 24th – 28th
    M-F | 9-4pm | On Friday, camp concludes at 1pm

    Would you like to create your own mystical creature and take it home with you? Now you can! During this project you will develop the necessary mechanical and electrical skills to 3D design and use the laser cutter to build, power, and take home your own motorized walking Fantastic Beast!
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    Intro to App Development-Suggested Grade Level: 4th – 8th

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    Jun 26th – 30th | Jul 17th – 21st | Aug 7th – 11th
    M-F | 9-4pm | On Friday, camp concludes at 1pm

    Ever wondered how mobile apps are made? Now you can learn! In a world where everything is at your fingertips, mobile apps are the keys to technological advancements. In this camp, you will learn the basics of creating an IOS and Android app. This will be your opportunity to create an original basic app that can be downloaded to any smart phone. Start your journey to become an innovator!
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    Intro to Coding – Suggested Grade Level: 9th – 12th

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    Jul 31st – Aug 4th
    M-F | 1-4pm

    In this course you will learn the fundamentals of writing computer code and develop computational thinking skills. You are taught the basics of both programming and design through hands-on, project based learning. This course will introduce you to the practical possibilities of computer programming. Robotics, web applications, video games, etc. are all built on top of this foundational knowledge.

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    Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
    Suggested Grade Level: 10th – 12th

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    Jul 24th – Aug 4th
    2 weeks (8 sessions)| M-Th | 1-4pm

    If the advancement in technology has proven anything, it is that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will soon be apart of every day life. Amazon’s Alexa is a prime example of low level Artificial Intelligence. In this class, you will learn how to build and take home your very own AI device and learn how to write programs for Amazon Alexa.
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    AP Writing Workshop for Rising Juniors & Seniors
    Suggested Grade Level: 11th & 12th

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    Jul 10th – Jul 14th
    1 week | M-Fr | 4:30 – 6:30 pm

    The junior year is critical to both high school and college success. This workshop will help prepare your student for the challenges ahead by helping them find their voice and learn vital deep revision skills. These writing skills will not only support their academic work, but prepare them for the next steps in tackling the writing tasks of the AP and writing their personal statements when applying to college.
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    Personal Statement Writing Workshop for College Bound Seniors
    Suggested Grade Level: 12th

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    Jul 31st – Aug 4th
    1 week | M-Fr | 4:30 – 6:30 pm

    A dynamic personal statement is a gateway into the college of your dreams. In this one- week, intensive writing workshop, students will write and polish several adaptable personal statements while learning how to revise their work for clarity, coherence and consistency. They will learn valuable collaboration and writing skills, which will help them now and throughout their college years. The instructor will provide individualized, constructive feedback about their writing throughout the process in order to ensure that all students create an engaging personal statement.
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