Microcontrollers. Programming. Robots. The Internet of Things!

We live in a world where everything is computerized and automated …down to the “micro” level! Dive into microcontrollers and their applications through one of two tracks:

Arduino & Robotics

Explore the world of computational thinking and microcontrollers using Arduino technology and robotics. Learn how to program your very own microcontrolled robot and pit it against other students' robots in camp wide competitions such as Maze Runner and Robot Wars.

Arduino & the Internet of Things

Explore the world of programming with Arduino technology. Increase your programming skills while learning about digital communication, cyber security, and the Internet of Things.

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Summer 2019 Dates & Locations

All camps run Monday through Thursday from 8:30AM to 4:00PM daily.

  • Charleston: July 22-25, Palmetto Scholars Academy
  • Darlington: June 10-13, GSSM
  • Florence 3 (Lake City): June 10-13, J Paul Truluck Magnet School for Creative Arts & Science
  • Georgetown: July 8-11, Waccamaw Elementary School
  • Greenville: June 24-27, Sterling School—Charles Townes Center
  • Horry: July 15-18, Conway High School * This camp is full, a wait list has been started
  • Lancaster: June 10-13, Indian Land Middle School
  • Orangeburg: July 8-11, William J. Clark Middle School
  • Williamsburg: June 17-20, Kingstree Middle School
  • York: Rock Hill: June 17-20, South Pointe High School

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Cost

$200 per student
Cost includes materials and snacks. Students must provide their own lunch on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of the camp week. GSSM will provide a pizza lunch on Thursday of each camp week.

Early Bird Rate is $180 per student. All application materials must be received by April 15 to be eligible for the early bird rate. 

Financial aid is available! Please complete the financial aid application within the online camper application.

Who is eligible to apply to iTEAMS Xtreme: Next Generation?

Rising 6th, 7th & 8th graders who have demonstrated scholarship in science and math and desire an academically challenging STEM summer experience. Students must submit their 2018-19 first semester report card as part of their application and must have a B average or higher in order to be enrolled in iTEAMS Xtreme: Next Generation. 

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What can I expect at iTEAMS Xtreme: Next Generation?

  • Awesome experiences and hands-on projects using microcontrollers
  • A four-day immersion into the world of microcontrollers, electronics and circuits
  • Interactions with other students who share a passion for technology

Thanks to Our Sponsors






Stanley B. Farbstein Endowment Fund
The Jolley Foundation
Lipscomb Family Fund (Donor Advised) of Central Carolina Community Foundation
Publix Super Markets Charities
Santee Cooper
Waccamaw Community Trust Fund
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