Cyber Summer Camps

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IT-oLogy’s Cyber Summer Camps

Each summer, IT-oLogy hosts camps for early childhood, elementary, and middle school students. These are fun, hands-on experiences involving subjects like programming, robotics, virtual reality and more. Check out picture in our Photo Gallery here!


Camps are now open for registration! But WAIT! Before you register for that camp…

Save 20% by becoming an IT-oLogist Insider!

After you’ve signed up as an IT-oLogist Insider, we’ll send you a unique code for each student that you’ll use when you register for the camp(s). Insiders receive preference when registering. Once you receive your code, you’re ready to register!

2018 Cyber Summer Camps

July 16 – 20, 9 am – 4 pm
Tech and Creative Arts Camp – Middle School Students (entering or completing grades 6-8)
$200 per student (IT-oLogist Insider rate: $160)

Middle school students will spend the week programming animated images and electronics props to coordinate with dance choreographed by I AM ART dance students. The animated images be part of the live performance with I AM ART dance skit on Friday!

Students will practice their creativity, critical thinking, leadership, and communication skills while learning techniques needed to effectively collaborate with others as an artist. Students will leave with new innovative ways to design and collaborate through creative arts.

Lunch will be provided for our full-day camps. Students will still enjoy a pizza party and movie on Friday, as scheduled. Students are not required to bring their lunches each day, unless they have a food allergy or special dietary requirement.

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July 23 – 27, 9 am – 4 pm
Math Technology Camp – Middle School Students (entering or completing grades 6-8)
$200 per student (IT-oLogist Insider rate: $160)

Middle school students will use programming languages to sharpen their math and problem solving skills learned during the school year while gaining some new tech knowledge. Coding, electronics, encryption, binary, robotics…think all things Techtastic!

Lunch will be provided for our full-day camps. Students will still enjoy a pizza party and movie on Friday, as scheduled. Students are not required to bring their lunches each day, unless they have a food allergy or special dietary requirement.

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July 30 – August 3, 9 am – 12 noon
PreK-2nd Tech Explorers 1/2 Day Camp – Elementary School Students (ages 4-7)
$100 per student (IT-oLogist Insider rate: $80)

TechExplorers integrates technology and life skills together in a fun and exciting way for 4-7 year old students. Students will relate to the adventures of memorable characters in amusing stories, explore cool technology with hands-on STEAM activities and learn timeless principles!

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General Camp Information

Join us this summer and watch your students grow in their experience with STEAM!  IT-oLogy will offer a variety of week-long IT enrichment summer camps where students explore technology based themes in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.

Students will immerse themselves in units of study that foster creativity and discovery-based learning.  Our “STEAM Series” summer camps with hands-on activities encourage explorative engagement and innovation.  Students will create projects utilizing collaboration, computational thinking, logic, creativity, and problem-solving skills. Students will present their projects at the end of each camp.  No prior technical or programming experience necessary.

Summer Camp Focus

STEAM & 21st Century Skills Development in:

  • Project Based Learning
  • Creativity
  • Problem Solving
  • Logic
  • Critical Thinking
  • Collaboration

Students will work individually and in a group setting. No prior technical or programming experience necessary for any camp.  Camps parallel to South Carolina’s Computer Science and STEAM standards.

To foster opportunities where students can apply knowledge gained from attending our summer camps, students are encouraged to enter their projects in IT-oLogy’s Innovation Challenge event scheduled this October, 2018.

Camp Includes

All materials, camp t-shirt, snacks and a last day pizza party.


Full-Day Camps Only (9 am – 4 pm):

Thanks to Francis Burns United Methodist Church and End Child Hunger SC, IT-oLogy will provide lunches for all students throughout the week of our full-day camps. Students will still enjoy a pizza party and movie on Friday, as scheduled. Students are not required to bring their lunches each day, unless they have a food allergy or special dietary requirement.


No refunds 7 days prior to start of camp.

General Information for all Summer Camps

Drop Off: Please arrive no earlier than 8:45. For security purposes, we will require that you sign in your child every morning and sign them out every afternoon (with proper ID). To have your child dropped off or picked up by someone other than yourself, we will need his or her information in advance.

Pick Up:  Sessions will end each day at 12PM for half day camp and 4:00PM for full day camp.  We ask that you pick up your child no later than 15 minutes after the end of the session.  If you are unable to pick up your child by the designated time, you will need to let us know in advance.

Parking:  Parking is available in the Tower parking garage that attached to the IT-oLogy building and is only accessible through its entrance on Gervais Street heading west. All visitors are required to take a ticket when they enter the garage and must park in a non-reserved space on the 3rd floor or higher, however there will be no charge for parking when dropping off and picking up (15 minutes). Once parked please take the elevators to the third floor of the garage, which corresponds to the second floor of our building. IT-oLogy is located through the double doors at the end of the crosswalk.

What to Bring: See the note above regarding lunches for full-day camps. If you prefer, you may pack a lunch for your child each day. On the last day of camp, students will enjoy a pizza party. We will have refrigerated space available and provide water and snacks during breaks. If your child has any food allergies, please also provide them with a snack

Behavior Policy: Each student is to participate and be respectful in class. We reserve the right to dismiss any student in response to inappropriate or unsafe behavior. There will be no refund for unused camp time if this occurs.

 

Thank You to Our Full-Day Camp Food Sponsors:

Francis Burns United Methodist Church

 

End Child Hunger SC

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