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:
Explore the world of microcontrollers, electronics and circuits through Arduino technology. Learn how to program your very own microcontrolled robot and pit it against other students' robots in campwide competitions such as Dance Robot Dance and Robot Wars.
Learn how to create game tools such as stopwatches, randomized dice, buzzers and sensors, then use the tools to build and play Arduino games. This is an advanced track; prior knowledge of and experience with Arduino preferred.
All camps run from 8:30AM to 4:00PM daily.
$185 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.
*Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, camps in Georgetown, Horry and Orangeburg counties are free
Financial aid is available! Please complete the financial aid application within the online camper application. Families registering more than one child, or for more than one camp, will receive a discount.
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 2017-18 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.
Application deadline extended to June 1.
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