5455 N. Federal Highway, Suite F Boca Raton, FL 33487
561-236-0938
mark@digicamp.com

DigiCamp – Wellington

Boca Raton & Wellington

2019 Summer Camp at Wellington

Location: Education Place, 12794 Forest Hill Blvd. Suite 23, Wellington, FL 33414

It's on the SE corner of Forest Hill Blvd and Wellington Trace, in the "Original Wellington Mall" The space is warm and inviting. We believe you are going to love it as much as we do!

Summer Camp Cost: Camps range from $300 to $400 per session. Prices are based on cost of materials, software, etc.

Discounts: The earlier you register, the less you pay.  Prices increase as camp approaches. Register early for the best prices

You can make unlimited session changes through April 2019 with zero change fees!* So if you register now and your summer plans change, we understand and will work with you.  Camp space limitations will apply. Note: DigiCamp policy allows for same-summer session switches only. This policy does not permit cancellation and/or refunds. Further, if camp sessions are full we cannot open new seats for a camper who is attempting to switch into that full session.

*Many of our sessions carry different price points. If you register for a session and then request a change into a session with a different price, the adjustment will appear on your card. If the new session is lower in price you would receive a refund of the difference, whereas if the new session were more expensive we would charge your card the difference.

Age Restrictions: We offer camps for children ages 6 to 14. We divide our campers into age-appropriate groups to match curriculum and children - ages 6 to 9 and ages 10 to 14.

The Schedule: In each "session" we offer "camps" for each age group. You will choose the sessions that best fits your camper's interests. There is no minimum requirement.

Don't forget: There are NO registration fees! EVER!

Camp Content: A basic description of each camp session is listed below. You can get a more detailed description of each camp by using the main menu.

Summer Camp hours: Instruction begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 3:15 p.m.

Regular Drop Off & Pick Up: Morning drop off begins at 8:45 a.m. and afternoon pick up is from 3:15 to 3:30 p.m.

Extended Care Options: We offer morning and afternoon extended care options at a cost equal to $10 per hour. Morning care begins at 7:00 a.m. and afternoon care extends until 6:00 p.m. If you don't see the options you need, you can email Mark.


Session 1 - June 17-21

Ages 6-9

Intro to Coding Level 1 & Minecraft Camp

Campers will learn to program using a wide range of coding platforms including Lego WeDo Robotics, Dash and Dot Robotics, and one of the most popular video game software packages available - developed by the engineers at MIT. This camp employs a split day format where campers get to spend the morning learning programming skills, and the afternoon is spent completing cooperative Minecraft challenges.

Ages 10-14

Video Game Programming Level 1 & Minecraft Camp

Campers will learn to program their own video games using one of the most popular video game software packages available - developed by the engineers at MIT. This camp employs a split day format where campers get to spend the morning learning video game programming skills, and the afternoon is spent completing cooperative Minecraft challenges.


Session 2 - June 24-28

Ages 6-9

Intro to Coding Level 2 & Minecraft Camp

Campers will expand their knowledge of coding using robotics and by creating their own video games using one of the most popular video game software packages available - developed by the engineers at MIT. This camp employs a split day format where campers get to spend the morning learning/practicing programming skills, and the afternoon is spent completing cooperative Minecraft challenges.

Ages 10-14

Video Game Programming Level 2 & Minecraft Challenges

Campers will take their own video games to the next level, learning how to include advanced elements including gravity, scorekeeping, levels and more. This camp employs a split day format where campers get to spend the morning learning video game programming skills, and the afternoon is spent completing cooperative Minecraft challenges.


Session 3- July 1-5
No Camp July 4th

Ages 6-9

Lego WeDo Robotics Camp

Campers will complete a series of challenges which require engineering, creativity, and imagination to solve problems using the LEGO WeDo robotics kits. WeDo helps teach how technology plays an active role in the students' everyday life and is an ideal product for teaching across different subjects at primary levels such as Literacy, Science, Mathematics, Technology and Engineering. This camp employs a split day format where campers get to spend the morning learning robotics and coding skills, and the afternoon is spent completing cooperative Minecraft challenges.

Ages 10-14

Lego EV3 Robotics & Minecraft Camp

Campers will build and program Lego EV3 Mindstorms – designed to help children take ownership of the learning process, enabling them to actively develop the problem-solving skills and collaborative outlook necessary to become creators, not just consumers. This camp employs a split day format where campers get to spend the morning learning robotics and coding skills, and the afternoon is spent completing cooperative Minecraft challenges.


Session 4 - July 8-12

Ages 6-9

Stop Motion Animation & Photography

This week is a hybrid course. We will spend the first three days working with our campers to create stories through stop motion animation using Lego toys, dry erase boards and paper animation. The last two days campers will experiment with our digital cameras, practicing the newly learned photographic concepts of rule of thirds and leading lines. We will print some of their work and post all of it on a password protected webpage so you can download any of their work you desire.

Ages 10-14

Video & Digital Film Production

We will introduce your children to the world of digital video/film production. This session begins with a story. We support children's natural creativity by offering the chance to create their own video story. We provide the equipment and your children bring the ideas. We will utilize Adobe Premiere Pro software to teach beginning to advanced video editing techniques as well. Full disclosure: We do not allow violence, profanity, or weapons in our film camp. In the past children HAVE been allowed to bring Star Wars light sabres as props, but no toy guns, knives or the like.

Note: In the 13 years of Digi-Camp's existence, we have made only one schedule change that effected only one registrant, but in the spirit of full disclosure - Digi-Camp reserves the right to change camp prices and content based on demand, available space & equipment, and staffing structures.