VIRTUAL Summer Camp Schedule

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Please note that our Summer Camps are for rising 3rd graders (must be 8 years of age by 9/1/2021) through rising 12th graders.

Skill Levels
Beginner = Camper has little or no coding experience.
Intermediate = Camper has a few months to a year of coding experience.
Advanced = Camper has used code to solve problems and create projects.

Date

Camp

Skill Level

Cost

Week 1
May 24th – May 28th

Electronics & Programming
Rising 3rd - 5th Grade
Rising 6th - 8th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$250

Week 2
June 1 - June 4

Intro to 3D Design
Rising 3rd - 5th Grade
Rising 6th - 8th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$250

Week 3 - 4
June 7 - June 18

Game Design & Development
Rising 3rd - 5th Grade
Rising 6th - 8th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$375

Week 3
June 7 - June 11

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Foundations Badge
Rising 9th - 12th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$200

Week 4
June 14 - June 18

Cybersecurity Fundamentals Badge
Rising 9th - 12th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$200

Week 5
June 21 - June 25

Computer Generated Music
Rising 3rd - 5th Grade
Rising 6th - 8th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$200

Week 5
June 21 - June 25

Data Science Foundations Badge
Rising 9th - 12th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$200

Week 6
June 28 – July 2

Electronics & Programming
Rising 3rd - 5th Grade
Rising 6th - 8th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$250

Week 6
June 28 – July 2

Cloud Computing Badge
Rising 9th - 12th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$200

Week 7
July 5 - July 9

3D Design Around the World
Rising 3rd - 5th Grade
Rising 6th - 8th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$250

Week 7
July 5 - July 9

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Foundations Badge
Rising 9th - 12th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$200

Week 8 - 9
July 12 – July 23

Game Design & Development
Rising 3rd - 5th Grade
Rising 6th - 8th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$375

Week 8
July 12 – July 16

Cybersecurity Fundamentals Badge
Rising 9th - 12th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$200

Week 9
July 19 – July 23

Data Science Foundations Badge
Rising 9th - 12th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$200

Week 10
July 26 - July 30

Computer Generated Music
Rising 3rd - 5th Grade
Rising 6th - 8th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

$200

Week 10
July 26 - July 30

Cloud Computing Badge
Rising 9th - 12th Grade

Beginner
Intermediate
Advance

$200

Program Details

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8a-8:20a

Morning Meeting

Morning Meeting

Morning Meeting

Morning Meeting

Morning Meeting

8:20a-10a

Instruction

Instruction

Instruction

Instruction

Construction

10a-10:15a

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

10:15a-12p

Instruction

Instruction 

Instruction 

Instruction

Showcase Preparation
Showcase Presentation at 11a

12p

Dismissal

Dismissal

Dismissal

Dismissal

Dismissal

Students will have a mid-morning break from 10a-10:15a. Students will be dismissed for the day at 12p.

1. The last day of each camp will end in a Parents' Showcase.

2. This is an opportunity for each camper to show off his or her creations.

3. This is also an invitation for parents to observe the creative learning environment that our camps offer.

4. If attending, parents should log on by 11a.

5. Camp ends directly after Parent Showcase on Friday.



Student Expectations

The expectations below are included in the summer camp application. Both you and the student must acknowledge that you understand these expectations by digitally signing the contract.

  1. Georgia Tech computers should NOT be used to look up any materials deemed inappropriate in nature. Any violations will result in actions being taken to include (but not limited to) notification of the parent, the Dean’s Office, and/or Georgia Tech Police.
  2. Respect the property and feelings of fellow summer program students, teachers and student assistants as well as all others not directly associated with summer programs.
  3. Always act in a manner that will promote a classmate's opportunity to learn in a safe and supportive environment.
  4. Have a positive attitude about learning and involvement during the summer program.
  5. Politely communicate any concerns directly to summer program instructors or student facilitators.
  6. As we are doing a great deal of arts and crafts as well handling small building materials, campers will be expected to keep their work areas as clean as possible during the day. Camp instruction and activities will end at 2:50PM to include a cleaning of all workstations and the room in preparation for the following morning of camp. The hour before the Parent Showcase will be used in part to clean in preparation for the event.
  7. No "horseplay", inappropriate behavior or language of any kind will be tolerated. Students are representatives of Georgia Tech during their involvement with the summer programs, and they should act accordingly.
  8. No drugs or tobacco are permitted on the Georgia Tech campus by summer program participants. If your child requires prescribed medications, please include a note that indicates the name of the medication and when it should be administered. The medication must be in the correct prescription container.
  9. No weapons of any kind are permitted in our camps. This includes guns, knives, switchblades, pocket knives, and any other instruments that could be used as weapons. Any student who brings a weapon to a summer program or uses Georgia Tech computers inappropriately will be handed over to the campus police and immediately dismissed from the program.

Violation of these expectations will result in the immediate dismissal from the camp without a refund of camp fees. Dismissed campers will not be allowed to return to OEC camps in the future.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations made prior to two weeks in advance of the camp will be issued a full refund. Any cancellation occurring after the two week deadline will result in the forfeiting of camp fees. We understand families are facing unique challenges this summer, which could result in unplanned changes. Therefore, exceptions will be decided on a case by case basis.

Contact Us

Address

801 Atlantic Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332

Phone Number

404-894-2769