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COURSES

Other than the special competition teams, courses are 4 weeks long. To register, click on the Register button next to each course or go to our online Registration page.

Schedule:

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Thursday

Friday

4:30-5:30 Code
Academy:
Making Mods
for
Minecraft

LEGO Robotics:
Robot
Olympics!

Minecraft
Madness!:
Market World
5:30-7:00 Robotics Teams
Full/Closed.
Please check back
in October for the
Development Team.
Chess Teams
(10 weeks; must
register in
September)

Code Academy, $60

code team

Making Mods for Minecraft
4:30-5:30
Tuesday, 9/10 to 10/1
Grades 3 to 8

It’s fun to play Minecraft but it’s even better to start learning how to code modifications (mods).

Students will be introduced to the basics of programming to include loops, events, coordinates, and variables, while at the same time having fun using this new knowledge to make awesome Minecraft mods.

LEGO Robotics, $60

Robot Olympics
4:30-5:30
Thursday, 9/12 – 10/3
Grades K to 8

summer robotics

Learn to build some amazing robots! (Can you tell our puppy robot from a real dog?)

Students are introduced to the basics of robotics while working hands-on with various LEGO robotic systems, including Mindstorms, Mindstorms NXT, and EV3. Each month there are separate Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced sections for new and returning students.

In this month’s course, children will be building and programming robots that will compete in a robot olympics slalom challenge. 

Children in the K-2 grades will work on the WeDo robotics system and participate in a separate robot challenge.

Minecraft Madness!, $50

minecraft post

Market World
4:30-5:30
Friday, 9/13 – 10/4
Grades K to 8


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Join the Minecraft Madness! Minecraft is a widely popular 3D video game that lets users explore, construct, create, and interact inside an open and changeable virtual world. Because of its educational potential, Minecraft has evolved into an excellent (and engaging) way for students to learn about computer science, technology, and other STEM-related subjects. If students are already Minecrafters, our courses will help to satisfy their love of the game. If they are not familiar with Minecraft, these courses are a wonderful way to get started on developing a digital literacy that will aid them throughout their academic careers.

Both experienced and new Minecrafters are welcome, as each of our monthly courses introduces a new world or civilization, with different missions, quests, or challenges. These tasks encourage students to learn, to think strategically, and to work together to accomplish their goals. Students do not need a Minecraft account as we use a proprietary curriculum where kids access Minecraft using our accounts and explore and learn in our networked server.