Our STEAM summer camps are a collection of youth programs that focus on science, technology, engineering, art, and math.
Each STEAM summer program is a 5-day, 15-hour class teaching children everything they’d want to know to launch their interest in a variety of unique 21st-century subjects.
How are camps offered?
It’s easiest to think of our summer camps as a collection of 10 different youth classes. Each is 15-hours long. We have camps in game design and robotics, as well as stop-motion animation, Minecraft coding and YouTube video production.
All of our summer camps are offered at multiple locations around the city. Each of our camps are either a morning camp from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM each day or an afternoon camp from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM each day, for 5 days.
If you want a full day camp option, we can do that too. You would do that by registering for both a morning and afternoon camp, and then your child can stay over the lunch hour and eat with our other students and teachers. This would allow your child to stay from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM each day.
When did the “A” show up?
STEAM used to be known as STEM, a term many people have heard of. However, there’s a very large part of STEM that doesn’t get recognized, and that’s the Arts.
The A in STEAM (Art) is the creative element to STEM, and we teach this in summer camp. When we think about creating a video game, we need to think about how a player would experience our game. What their natural style of play would be. How would they expect the game to act and react to traditional game play. For example, when we play Space Invaders, how do we want our aliens to act if they stay alive for a long time?
Graphic designers and video producers use technology every day in creative ways to produce beautiful, functional artwork, producing artwork for advertisements and telling heartwarming stories.
Our 10 STEAM Summer Camps
We offer 10 different youth programs. All are STEAM-focused. Click a camp below to learn more.
Register for Camp Today
Each class has 12 available spaces. Register today to save your child a seat at camp!