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EagleCourse Robotics
 

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EagleCourse students testing their robots on the field

EagleCourse Summer Camps are week-long robotics camps for 4th-8th graders. We introduce students to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) by teaching the fundamentals of robotics using VEX IQ robots.

 

Over a span of five days, students learn about simple machines, gears, drag-and-drop block coding, and robot designs, as well as gain valuable skills such as problem solving, communication, and cooperation.

  • My child has no experience with robotics, is this something for them?
    Of course! EagleCourse is designed to teach beginner-level robotics using collaborative, hands-on project based activities using VEX IQ robots. Students of all levels are welcome to join, as lessons are adaptable for beginners and those with past experience.
  • What payment methods are accepted?
    We only take card payments via invoicing after registration. No cash or check will be taken.
  • What building is the camp held in?
    The camp is ran in the robotics workshop at the back of the school. Directions will be indicated on the day of the camp.
  • Will food be provided for the campers?
    Food will not be provided to the campers. We ask that families pack lunch and snacks for their child each day.
  • When should I pick up my child?
    Camp days end at 3 pm. We ask families to pick up their child as soon as possible.
  • What if my child cannot make it to one of the days?
    Students should be available for the entire session from Tuesday to Saturday as the lessons build on each other, with a final challenge on the last day. We strongly encourage daily attendance, but if the child has to miss a day, they should be able to catch up within the next day.
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