Summer Enrichment Camps

All Summer Enrichment Camp Programs

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    Biotechnology Boot Camp

    $350.00
    Biotechnology High School (BTHS): July 11-July 15 9AM-1PM (6th-8th grade) OR July 18 - July 22 9AM-1PM (6th-8th grade)
    In this one week camp, 6th-8th grade students will be introduced to the exciting field of biotechnology in 5 five hour sessions. Students will learn to use state of the art equipment to perform the following techniques: DNA gel electrophoresis, DNA fingerprinting, cancer gene detection,  genetically engineering bacteria to glow in the dark, and identification of genetically modified organisms. Current issues such as stem cells and cloning will also be introduced.
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    Biotechnology Boot Camp (GIRLS ONLY)

    $350.00
    Biotechnology High School (BTHS) June 27-July 1 9AM-1PM (6th-8th grade, girls only)
    In this one week camp, 6th-8th female students will be introduced to the exciting field of biotechnology in 5 five hour sessions. Students will learn to use state of the art equipment to perform the following techniques: DNA gel electrophoresis, DNA fingerprinting, cancer gene detection,  genetically engineering bacteria to glow in the dark, and identification of genetically modified organisms. Current issues such as stem cells and cloning will also be introduced.
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    CO2 Car Engineering Design

    $350.00
    High Technology High School (HTHS) July 18 - July 22 9AM-1PM (7th or 8th Grade)
    Design, build, and test your own CO2 dragster race car on a race track located at High Technology High School. Learn how aerodynamics and compressed air can propel your race car to reach 60 miles per hour while utilizing 3D modeling software and provided parts. Each student will get to keep their designs and dragster cars after the last day of class. PREREQUISITES: Students must be in grades 7th or 8th, the willingness to develop skills, and preparedness to race. A digital jump / flash drive or cloud-based storage is suggested, but not required, in order to save documents. Because we will be using tools, students are required to bring and wear long pants and closed toe shoes while in the technology lab. Safety glasses are provided.
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    Digital Art with Photoshop

    $350.00
    High Technology High School (HTHS) July 25 - July 29 9AM-1PM
    Have you ever wanted to create your own computer artwork or manipulate digital pictures? Interested in adding images to a photo or changing someone’s appearance? Here is your chance to learn Photoshop skills in a fun summer environment. Campers will learn how to use Photoshop tools to create, improve and manipulate images. We will also explore how magazines edit images to market products to consumers.
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    Digital Circuit Technologies

    $350.00
    High Technology High School (HTHS) July 18 - July 22 9AM-1PM
    This is where electrical engineering, the field of designing and developing new electronic equipment begins. Discover the inner workings of circuits by building electronic devices using resistors, LEDs, Integrated circuits and more. Learn the basics of soldering techniques then move on to more difficult projects. Explore the inner workings of integrated circuit chips by building circuits on computers using logic gates. Completed projects can be brought home after the last day of camp.
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    Engineering Design – An Introduction

    $350.00
    High Technology High School (HTHS) July 11 - July 15 9AM-1PM (8th through 12th)
    Did you ever want to take a CAD course at your school but it wasn’t offered? Here is an opportunity to take that course in 1 week and feel confident learning AutoDesk 3D CAD software. Use engineering design principles while utilizing 3D CAD software to solve problems. Learn to read engineering drawings for manufacturing products, and review American National Standards Institute guidelines for drawings. Identify, create, and read working drawings; apply dimensions; identify and create pictorial drawings; and learn sketching techniques. Create orthographic, oblique, isometric, and perspective sketches and exploded views. PREREQUISITES Students must be in grades 8th through 12th, and the willingness to learn. A digital jump / flash drive or cloud-based storage is suggested, but not required, in order to save documents.
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    Forensics Boot Camp

    $350.00
    Biotechnology High School (BTHS): July 11-July 15 9AM-1PM (6th-8th grade) OR June 27-July 1 9AM-1PM (6th-8th grade)
    This forensics science camp is for 6th-8th grade students looking to apply science to criminal and civil laws as being used in the criminal justice system. They will utilize various scientific disciplines such as: biology, chemistry, geology, and physics. There are a variety of lab skills that are necessary to study forensic science including: handwriting analysis, using a microscope, micropipetting, comparison of impressions, and analyses of blood spatter to name a few. The use of these lab skills allows for a multitude of real-world applications. At the end of this course students will develop their critical thinking, collaboration, and communication skills while having a deeper understanding and appreciation for forensics.
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    Magnetic Levitation & Solar Technology

    $350.00
    High Technology High School (HTHS) July 25 - July 29 9AM-1PM (7th or 8th Grade)
    Maglev vehicles using magnetic guide ways to provide high-speed transportation for people and goods. The aerodynamic efficiency of the vehicle shape is very important to its success, as an aerodynamically efficient body shape reduces friction between the air and the vehicle. In this one-week summer course, students will be able to design, build, test and race a maglev vehicle across a track. Afterwards, students will learn electronic concepts covering direct current obtained through solar cell power and will then build solar activated devices. Each student will design electronic circuits and build a solar-powered device to take home. PREREQUISITES: Student must be in grades 7th or 8th, the willingness to develop skills, and preparedness to race. A digital jump / flash drive or cloud-based storage is suggested, but not required, in order to save documents. Because we will be using tools, students are required to bring and wear long pants and closed toe shoes while in the technology lab. Safety glasses are provided.
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    Programming for Middle School Students

    $350.00
    High Technology High School (HTHS) July 11 - July 15 9AM-1PM OR August 1 - August 5 9AM-1PM
    This course is designed for middle school students with limited or no computer programming experience. Campers will be utilizing the Python programming language, which is recognized as an official language at Google, to explore programming topics. Subjects such as variables, loops, and data types will be used to design algorithms and perform creative problem solving. All concepts are taught at a level and pace in a fun environment that allows campers to fully appreciate the beauty of programming. The goal is for students to continue exploring the world of software programming at home upon the conclusion of camp.
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    Programming Robots with Arduino Microprocessors

    $350.00
    High Technology High School (HTHS) August 1 - August 5 9AM-1PM (7th or 8th Grades)
    Students learn how to program Arduino microprocessors at an entry level to control lights, motors, and other output components. Students will then program small robots while learning simple electronics at an entry level and incorporating Arduino microcontroller programming to robots. Utilizing their Arduino programming skills, students then compete against each other to test out their new skills at the end of the course. PREREQUISITES: Student must be in grades 7th or 8th, and the willingness to develop skills to program small components. A digital jump / flash drive or cloud-based storage is suggested, but not required
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