The Cube School Tech Camps for Kids and Teens




The Cube School offers a creative learning environment where technology and design converge. At The Cube, the focus is on four primary disciplines: video game design, programming, robotics, and specialized programs in media and other relevant technology subjects. Specialized programs strive to introduce kids and teens to design and technology topics and thought processes. Classes, workshops and camps are hands-on and project based.

This summer, the school is offering a number of camps for kids in grades 3 to 7, based on the STEAM principles of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. Camp days are dynamic, with a full range of mixed arts, science, and technology activities. There's also time spent outdoors and team building exercises. Camps run from July 4 to August 18, 2017.

A new summer camp for teens has just been opened, that will cover a week of Video game and coding. Camps for teens run from July 4 to 7 and August 8 to 11. Teens will create a 2D video game using Game Maker. They will also cover an introduction to Unity's 3D video game development software, learn to code with HTML and CSS, and get an introduction to Adobe Photoshop!

Registrations for all summer programs is currently open. Extended care options are available. Sign up early as some weeks are filling up quickly.

Throughout the year, The Cube School also offers children's classes and programs in Digital Arts, Minecraft, Programming, Robotics and Video Game Design.

Find out more at: www.thecubespace.net.

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