iCAMP STEAM Summer Camps

iCAMP is a holistic STEAM program where campers learn by doing. Students become creators as iCAMP’s summer programs focus on teaching STEAM topics like coding, robotics, studio and graphic art, science, filmmaking, video game design, 3-D printing, and more.

Real teachers are recruited based upon their experience, passion for teaching, and ability to make projects engaging. A staff to camper ratio of 4:1 or better ensures campers truly learn and are supported during fun, project-based activities.

Camps are hosted at beautiful independent schools, such as Dalton and Trevor Day. Plenty of time is spent outside in nearby parks playing summer camp games and enjoying nature.

iCAMP Junior Summer Camp (for innovators aged 3 and 4):

iCAMP's “Junior” summer camp program is a hybrid between a STEAM preschool and a traditional summer camp. The day is designed to feel like a day of camp, with plenty of time for play, while also using hands-on projects to teach core STEAM and academic concepts. The goal of each week is to continue each child’s education, while also truly enjoying summer. Campers spend about two hours a day at the park playing games, learning about nature, and conducting outdoor workshops. On rain days campers play in indoor movement spaces.

iCAMP STEAM Summer Camp (for innovators between the ages of 5 and 13, grouped by age):

iCAMP’s program has the familiar format and feel of summer camp, but is designed to genuinely teach campers. Each day, campers rotate between workshops led by teachers who are specialists in their topics. Throughout the week campers build upon what they learn each day to build increasingly more sophisticated projects. Of course, it is summer, so campers take multiple trips to the park each day to learn about nature, get some fresh air, and play summer camp games.

Join iCAMP by the week or for the whole summer; each week the activities are engaging for both new and returning campers!

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