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A Tech Genius Program – Rolling Robots STEM & Robotics Camps

Type: Academic, Camps for Boys, Camps for Girls, Coding, Day Camp, Maker, Robotics, Science, STEAM, STEM, Tech

Description:

Come to join the Rolling Robots’ Tech Genius Program this summer!

Rolling Robots is an award-winning educational service that has been providing robotics, coding, and STEM learning to children age 5 to 15 since 2008.

With proven record of our world-class VEX Robotics teams (including three 2022 and 2023 VEX World Championship Division Champions teams), we have planned fun, hands-on, small-size camps to inspire your child on the path to tech genius!

Our weekly robotics and coding camps include LEGO, VEX IQ, VEX V5, BattleBots, First Lego League Team Prep, Scratch, Python, Python for AI, C++ for robotics, Minecraft, Roblox, and VEX V5 Competition bootcamps.

Camps begin on June 3rd at multiple locations in Los Angeles County, Orange County and Ventura County – Palos Verdes, Manhattan Beach, West LA, Santa Monica, Glendale, Irvine, Tustin and more.

Connect:

Phone Number: (888) 762-6808

Email: [email protected]

Website: A Tech Genius Program - Rolling Robots STEM & Robotics Camps

Dates: June 3, 2024 - Aug 16, 2024

Hours: 9AM - 4PM

Price: $349 - $775

AI Robot, AR, Coding, Art & Game Camp By Integem

Type: Academic, Art & Nature, Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Coding, Creative, Day Camp, Design, Film, Maker, Nature, Science, STEAM, STEM, Tech, Teen, Tinkering, Traditional, Virtual Camps & Classes, Visual Arts

Description:

Join the #1 AI & AR Program! Boost your skills and unleash your potential with our ACS WASC accredited K-12, pre-college & tech-leadership programs. Dive into AI, Robotics, Holographic AR Coding, STEM, 2D/3D Game Design, Digital Art, 2D/3D Animation, Space/Nature Exploration, and more.
With Holographic AR, students can step into their creations using just a webcam, interacting with their own games, arts, and adventures, and blending the physical and digital realms in exciting, innovative ways.
No prior knowledge is needed. The camp is suitable for all levels, from beginner to advanced.
Small class sizes, with 8 students per teacher, and caring instructors allow Camp Integem to provide personalized education for every camper.
Each year, over 30,000 students from more than 20 countries join our programs, which are available both in-person and online. Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ASC WASC), Camp Integem provides a high-quality educational experience, and students can earn school credits for college applications. As an Approved NVIDIA AI Training Partner, Integem offers students the opportunity to earn prestigious NVIDIA AI Certificates.
Students can select camps based on their age groups: Ages 5-8, 8-10, 10-14, and 14+. Indoor and outdoor play are part of the camp experience. Camp Integem is located in 16 different sites across California, including 6 vibrant locations in Los Angeles and Orange County:
• Santa Monica
• Torrance
• San Marino
• Burbank
• Huntington Beach
• Irvine
Embark on a journey where innovation, creativity, and technology converge at Camp Integem!

Connect:

Phone Number: (408) 459-0657

Email: [email protected]

Website: AI Robot, AR, Coding, Art & Game Camp By Integem

Dates: June 10 to Aug. 9

Hours: 9AM-5PM

Price: Varies based on the programs. Find more at https://camp.integem.com. Scholarships are available.

Camp CodeREV

Type: Academic, Arts Education, Coding, Day Camp, Design, Maker, Robotics, Science, STEAM, STEM, Tech, Virtual Camps & Classes

Description:

CodeREV STEAM In-Person or Virtual Camps inspire innovation through project-based experiential adventures in STEAM learning and excitement. CodeREV Kids build amazing projects that tap into their natural curiosity to unleash their imagination and creativity while teaching them next-level industry skills in innovation and technology creation. Led by fun, expert instructors, kids dive into friendship, fun, and awesome camp memories.

The camp day is broken up into a variety of exciting activities, both on and off-screen, and includes structured break times.

Schedule: 9am – 4pm , M – F, Weeklong Camps, all summer long
Locations: Encino, Santa Monica, Westwood, West Hollywood, and Irvine

Daily Schedule:

Discovery Launch – We will always start the day with an intro period in which we introduce the objectives for the day and demo what the final outcome might look like. Campers will then be led by the instructor using our dialogue format in which our instructors have students actively participate in discovering how to reach the objective by asking questions throughout rather than simply lecturing.

Let’s Move It… Outside – This will be the 1st of three break periods during the camp day in which we will lead the students in STEM themed fun activities outside. For one of many examples, think of Simon says, but with a robot giving orders and using coding concepts such as loops and conditionals.

Innovation Hour – Campers will continue working on their projects and the instructor will introduce challenges that will require students to get their innovative caps on to be able to complete.

Let’s Get Physical… Outside – This will be the 2nd of three break periods during the camp day in which we will lead the campers in STEM themed fun activities outside.

Ideation & Iteration – Campers will wrap up the day’s objectives and will now get to customize their projects as well as come up with ideas on how to make their project unique.

Golden Hour Giggles (Outside) – In the 3rd break of the day, students will have fun outside. In this period, we tend to focus more on team-building activities rather than very physical activities although there is a mix of that as well.

Buddy Up & Brainstorm – Campers will buddy up to see and experience each other’s projects. If students made digital art, the partner will get to run the code and ask questions about how this was created. If students made a game, their partner can play and test the game. Together, they can brainstorm more ways to customize and add to this project.

Project Landing – In the last period of the day, campers will wrap up the day with a recap of the day’s objectives and key concepts and ideas for the next day of camp.

2024 Summer Camp Locations:

Santa Monica
Encino
West Hollywood
Irvine/Newport Beach

Connect:

Phone Number: (310) 450-4984

Email: [email protected]

Website: Camp CodeREV

Dates: June 10 - August 9 *vary by location

Hours: 9am to 4pm

Price: $629/Week

Camp Galileo

Type: Academic, Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Creative, Day Camp, Design, Maker, Outdoors, Robotics, Science, STEAM, STEM, Teen, Tinkering, Traditional, Visual Arts

Description:

Camp Galileo: Innovation, Friendship and Fun for K–8th Graders

At Camp Galileo, every week is a one-of-a-kind adventure full of engaging STEAM projects, collaborative design challenges and classic camp fun, from silly skits to face painting to pie throwing. Grounded in the acclaimed Galileo Innovation Approach, our hands-on activities and outdoor games cultivate essential skills—including collaboration, perseverance and creative confidence—that last long after summer ends.

15+ locations in SoCal. 6 unique weeks of camp. Counselor in training program for 8-10th graders. Extended care 8am–6pm.

Register by February 29, 2024 and save at least $50 per week or over $500 when you sign up for six weeks or more! Discount automatically applied to cart.

18 SoCal Locations
Brentwood/Santa Monica – St. Martin of Tours Elementary School
11955 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles 90049

Burbank – International School of Los Angeles: Burbank Campus
1105 West Riverside Drive, Burbank 91506

Carlsbad – Poinsettia Elementary School
2445 Mica Rd, Carlsbad, CA 92009

Culver City – Echo Horizon School
3430 McManus Ave., Culver City 90232

Encino/Sherman Oaks – St. Cyril of Jerusalem School
4548 Haskell Ave., Encino 91436

Irvine (Springbrook) – Springbrook Elementary School
655 Springbrook N, Irvine, CA 92614

Irvine (Cadence Park) – Cadence Park School
750 Benchmark, Irvine, CA 92618

Laguna Niguel – Orange County Academy of Sciences and Arts
29292 Crown Valley Pkwy, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

Los Feliz – International School of Los Angeles LILA: Los Feliz Campus
4155 Russell Avenue, Los Angeles 90027

Manhattan Beach – Robinson Elementary School
80 S. Morningside Drive, Manhattan Beach 90266

Newport Beach – Tarbut V’Torah Community Day School
5 Federation Way, Irvine 92603

Palos Verdes – Montemalaga Elementary School
1121 Via Nogales, Palos Verdes Estates 90274

Pasadena – New Horizon School
651 Orange Grove Blvd, Pasadena 91103

Sierra Madre/Arcadia – Alverno Heights Academy
200 North Michillinda Avenue, Sierra Madre, CA 91024

South Pasadena/San Marino – Holy Family School
1301 Rollin Street, South Pasadena 91030

Venice/Mar Vista – Beethoven Street Elementary
3711 Beethoven St., Los Angeles 90066

Westchester/Playa Vista – Westchester Lutheran School
7831 S Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles 90045

Westwood – Fairburn Elementary School
1403 Fairburn Ave, Los Angeles 90024

Connect:

Phone Number: (800) 854-3684

Email: [email protected]

Website: Camp Galileo

Dates: June 17 - August 9, 2024 (Check location for specific schedule)

Hours: 9am - 3pm

Price: $490-525 depending on location

Camp Wildcraft Art + Nature Camp

Type: Art & Nature, Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Creative, Day Camp, Maker, Mindfulness, Nature, Outdoors, Tinkering, Visual Arts

Description:

At Camp Wildcraft we grow creative, curious, confident and caring kids who feel at
home in nature. We are small by design, a warm place where kids feel connected to one another and to the wild nature surrounding us. Our two campuses in Calabasas and Malibu lead to nature trails we explore daily. During weekly sessions, Campers create big, unique art projects, paint and draw, sculpt in wood and clay, sew a pouch to carry handmade nature journals, hike and find adventures, build forts from branches, go on scavenger hunts, and much more! Each afternoon campers choose from a changing menu of creative and fun activities including theater, fiber arts, baking and more. There is a pool where kids swim at our Calabasas site and at our Malibu location there is a creek filled with tadpoles that kids play beside daily. Each summer day at Camp Wildcraft is an opportunity to explore with all our senses, and find joy and wonder with new friends in the wild places around us.

Junior Guide Leadership Program for Middle Schoolers entering grades 6-8
Volunteer High School Guides-in-Training Program

All details on website

TWO LOCATIONS:
Calabasas: MUSE Global School, 1666 Las Virgenes Canyon Rd, Calabasas
Malibu: Sycamore School, 3504 Las Flores Canyon Rd, Malibu, off PCH near Dukes

Connect:

Phone Number: (818) 489-3862

Email: [email protected]

Website: Camp Wildcraft Art + Nature Camp

Dates: June 17, 2024- August 9, 2024

Hours: 9:00-3:00, aftercare at MUSE only

Camp Wildfolk

Type: Adventure Camp, Art & Nature, Arts & Crafts, Day Camp, Maker, Performing Arts, Preschool, Sports, STEAM

Description:

Camp Wildfolk is a child-centered day camp with two locations in Valley Village and West Hollywood. Wildfolk is project-based and truly unique- offering a balanced blend of structure and choice, with activities campers go wild for.
The spirit infused throughout camp feels “old school,” yet grounded in a mindful and intentional way of supporting and guiding children. Camp Wildfolk’s caring, silly, and wildly fun Guides are often cited as the #1 reason campers return year after year.
They offer a variety of programs to tailor many age groups- all within each camp. Their main camp hosts 1st-7th graders with exciting electives and teambuilding opportunities. Their specialized Young Folks program for rising Pre-K, TK, and Kinders sells-out early every year. The Guides-in-Training (GIT) program offers leadership opportunities for tweens and teens (7th-10th grade). And a few Adventure Camps provide big thrills for kids looking to go on awesome field trips! All of this from two convenient locations (dates vary by campus)

Connect:

Address: 1265 N. Fairfax Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90046

Phone Number: (818) 299-4151

Email: [email protected]

Website: Camp Wildfolk

Dates: June 10, 2024- August 16, 2024

Hours: 9:00am- 3:00pm

Steve & Kate’s Camp

Type: Adventure Camp, Arts & Crafts, Coding, Cooking, Creative, Day Camp, Design, Film, Maker, Music, Outdoors, Sports, STEAM, STEM, Tech, Tinkering

Description:

When you trust kids, they trust themselves. Since 1980, Steve & Kate’s has put kids in charge of their own learning experience. As they try, fail, and learn on their own, they learn to trust their own judgment, and tackle the challenges of an ever changing world with creativity and confidence.

Campers choose from a variety of activities in real-time including, sewing, stop-motion animation, music, coding, sports & rec, makers crafts, baking, & more. They’ll decide what they want to do, and for how long.

This summer families can buy as many days as they’d like, and use them at any time. No weekly reservations required–just show up! Or, if you need more care, purchase a Summer Pass, which covers the whole season. If for any reason your plans change, they’ll automatically refund any unused Passes in full at summer’s end.

Ages: 4–12 | Lunch, snacks, and all hours (8am–6pm) included.

Our LA Locations:
Manhattan Beach
– 455 24th St, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Valley Village– 5243 Laurel Canyon Blvd, Valley Village, CA 91607
Pasadena– 74 South San Gabriel Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107
Mar Vista– 11561 Gateway Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064
Torrance– 4625 Garnet St, Torrance, CA 90503

Connect:

Phone Number: (415) 389-5437

Email: [email protected]

Website: Steve & Kate's Camp

Dates: Check out our website to see dates for your preferred location!

Hours: 8 am - 6 pm

Summer at The Center

Type: Academic, Acting, Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Basketball, Coding, Cooking, Creative, Dance, Day Camp, Design, Improv, Maker, Martial Arts, Music, Musical Theater, Performing Arts, Robotics, Sports, STEAM, STEM, Tech, Theater, Visual Arts

Description:

Rising kindergarten through 8th graders, listen up because we’ve got some exciting news! Summer at The Center is calling your name, and you won’t want to miss out on the fun. At The Center, you can design your own day camp adventure and mix and match activities to create the ultimate summer experience. Do you want to learn a new language, sink some hoops, brush up on math skills, design a robot, or dance your heart out? Whatever you choose, you can do it all at The Center this summer.

And let’s not forget about the amazing features The Center has to offer. You’ll have access to state-of-the-art classrooms, outstanding athletic facilities, and nurturing staff who are ready to make your summer unforgettable. Plus, with expert teachers guiding you through each activity, you’ll be learning and having fun at the same time.

Summer at The Center has it all – arts, science, inventions, athletics, drones, architecture, cooking, Minecraft, robotics, crafts, language arts, mathemagic, dance, drama, and so much more. With one-week programs available, you can choose the perfect summer camp experience that suits you.

Campers may be dropped off between 8:00-9:00 a.m. for no extra charge. Classes run from 9:00 am-3:00 p.m. Afternoon Extended Day Care is available from 3:00-5:00 p.m. at $15 per hour per family for any portion of an hour.

Connect:

Address: 563 N Alfred Street, West Hollywood, CA 90048

Phone Number: (323) 651-0707

Email: [email protected]

Website: Summer at The Center

Dates: June 17, 2024-August 16, 2024

Hours: Before and after care available