Our summer sessions offer an opportunity for kids to try something new and to develop and apply skills outside of the school year through project-oriented elective offerings.
Please check back for our Summer 2019 session dates.
View current summer elective offerings below. Registration for 2019 summer session classes opens at the end of the year. Please contact us to learn more.
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Our Little Bytes summer elective engages young students (rising first- through third-graders) with fun activities, games, and lessons that introduce concepts of coding and develop critical reasoning and problem solving skills. There are no prerequisites for this class.
For rising fourth- through sixth-graders with Scratch experience (completion of CSR-100 or equivalent), the Advanced Scratch Game Project elective reinforces and expands students' Scratch programming skills through the implementation of fun and engaging game projects.
This is a great class for students new to programming or for students interested in game development. Using the Construct engine, students will use their creativity to build a working game from start to finish. This course teaches the different components to game development, the basics of designing a video game, and the basics of programming in a game engine. There are no prerequisites for this class.
This elective is intended for older middle school students and high school students with an interest in games and programming. Although some basic programming experience is helpful, it is not necessary. By the end of this class, students will understand the different components to game development, the basics of designing a video game, and the basics of programming in an industry-standard game engine (Unity).