Cars are a very important part of our day-to-day life, and as technology has been evolving, so have our cars. This camp shows students how to code and construct their own self-driving cars that intelligently steer around obstacles to reach the ultimate goal. Learning how to program and wire an Arduino is an invaluable skill that is used in all sorts of modern robotics.

For more videos of our previous camps, check out our 2017 Camp Rewind page!

Technical Skills Learned 21st Century Skills Learned
Robotic Engineering Creativity and Imagination
Programming with C / C++ Flexibility and Adaptability
Arduino Engineering Critical Thinking
Circuitry Problem Solving
Electrical Engineering Design Thinking

Price: 

$320 - In addition to the five day camp, students will take home the race car they made during the week.

Payment plans are available.

Dates and Locations:

+ Arizona

Queen Creek AZ, Sossaman Middle: (June 11th - June 15th) (9 AM - 3 PM)

Gilbert AZ, Patterson Elementary: (June 25th - June 29th) (9 AM - 3 PM)

+ Idaho

Boise ID, St. Mark's Catholic: (June 18th - June 22nd) (9 AM - 3 PM)

Eagle ID, North Star Charter: (July 9th - July 13th) (9 AM - 3 PM)

Downtown ID, North Junior High: (July 23rd - July 27th) (9 AM - 3 PM)

+ North Carolina

Charlotte NC, Metrolina Regional Scholars Academy: (June 25th - June 29th) (9 AM - 3 PM)

South Charlotte, Charlotte Catholic Highschool: (July 16th - July 20th) (9 AM - 3 PM)

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