2024 SUMMER CAMP


Fast Facts:

Where: Our STEM Summer Camps are held on the beautiful campus of Grandview Preparatory School. 336 Spanish River Blvd., Boca Raton, FL 33431

When: June 3rd through August 2nd
Note: We are closed the week of July 4th due to the holiday.

Times: 9:00 am until 3:00 pm

Registration Fee: There is no registration fee. EVER!

Cost: $470 – Discounted to $400

Registration Minimum: No minimum required. You can enroll for one week, two weeks, or as many as you need.

Ages: We enroll children from ages 6 to 14.

Session Content: Dates & Content Below

New in 2024: Minecraft is incorporated as an afternoon activity in all of our camps! We have a Minecraft Education account and will create “in-house servers” for students to join. What that means is, only students enrolled in Digicamp will be on our servers. We will likely offer two servers each day. One server will be a creative server for students to build pixel art, create their own structures, etc. The other server will be a “challenge server” that gives us the opportunity to challenge students to make cool things. Note: Your children will NOT need a Minecraft account. We have accounts for all students to use at DigiCamp!


2024 Upcoming Sessions

Ages 6 to 9 YearsAges 10 to 14 Years
June 17th to June 21st
Creative Computing
& Minecraft
Campers will use & practice their knowledge of computers and create some very cool projects. Campers will stretch their programming skills using a wide range of coding platforms including one of the most popular video game software packages available, developed by engineers at MIT’s Media Lab. Campers will use computer coding skills to create art & music projects as well as storytelling, animations and much more!
June 17th to June 21st
Creative Computing
& Minecraft
Campers will use & practice their knowledge of computers and create some very cool projects. Campers will stretch their programming skills using a wide range of coding platforms including one of the most popular video game software packages available, developed by engineers at MIT’s Media Lab. Campers will use computer coding skills to create art & music projects as well as storytelling, animations and much more!
June 24th to June 28th
Young Filmmakers
& Minecraft
Campers will learn to write short stories using Pixar’s “story spine,” then capture and organize short films.  Students will be given the choice to work in small groups, or alone. We will upload all projects to a Google Drive folder and share the folder with families at the conclusion of the camp.
June 24th to June 28th
Young Filmmakers
& Minecraft
Campers will learn to write short stories using Pixar’s “story spine,” then capture and organize short films.  Students will be given the choice to work in small groups, or alone. We will upload all projects to a Google Drive folder and share the folder with families at the conclusion of the camp.
July 8th to July 12th
Fabrication – 3D Design and Printing
& Minecraft
Introduce your child to the world of digital fabrication, where they can produce in the real world whatever they can imagine and create on a computer! We will work with powerful 2D and 3D design software that is appropriate for kids, but still able to make complex objects. Then we will teach your child to produce their designs on a variety of digital fabrication machines, including the Creatlity Ender 3 Pro (3D Printer), the Glowforge Laser Cutter, the Silhouette Vinyl Cutter, the DrawBot and much more! Participants will take home all of their creations!
July 8th to July 12th
MakerCamp
& Minecraft
This camp is for kids who like to make interesting, artistic, and technical inventions! We will make a variety of amazing projects that move, draw, fly, grab, and most of all make kids think.
July 15th to July 19th
MakerCamp
& Minecraft
This camp is for kids who like to make interesting, artistic, and technical inventions! We will make a variety of amazing projects that move, draw, fly, grab, and most of all make kids think.
July 15th to July 19th
Fabrication – 3D Design and Printing
& Minecraft
Introduce your child to the world of digital fabrication, where they can produce in the real world whatever they can imagine and create on a computer! We will work with powerful 2D and 3D design software that is appropriate for kids, but still able to make complex objects. Then we will teach your child to produce their designs on a variety of digital fabrication machines, including the Creatlity Ender 3 Pro (3D Printer), the Glowforge Laser Cutter, the Silhouette Vinyl Cutter, the DrawBot and much more! Participants will take home all of their creations!
July 22nd to July 26th
Introduction to Robotics
& Minecraft
Combining colorful LEGO building elements, easy-to-use hardware, and an intuitive drag-and-drop coding language based on Scratch, SPIKE Prime continuously engages students through playful learning activities to think critically and solve complex problems, regardless of their learning level. From easy-entry projects to limitless creative design possibilities, including the option to explore text-based coding with Python, SPIKE Prime helps students learn the essential STEAM and 21st century skills needed to become the innovative minds of tomorrow… while having fun!
July 22nd to July 26th
Advanced Robotics
& Minecraft
Campers will be utilizing building, programming, and mechanical engineering skills to complete daily challenges with our Vex IQ robotics kits. Each day we will bring new and more complex challenges that will stretch students’ abilities to new heights.  Each student will work with other campers on these challenges.
July 29th to August 2nd
Video Game Programming w/ Scratch
& Minecraft
Campers will learn to program using a wide range of coding platforms, including one of the most popular video game software packages available, developed by engineers at MIT’s Media Lab. This camp employs a split day format where campers get to spend the morning learning programming skills, and the afternoon is spent completing cooperative online game challenges.
Check out these Scratch Projects created at DigiCamp.
July 29th to August 2nd
Video Game Programming w/ Scratch
& Minecraft
Campers will learn to program using a wide range of coding platforms, including one of the most popular video game software packages available, developed by engineers at MIT’s Media Lab. This camp employs a split day format where campers get to spend the morning learning programming skills, and the afternoon is spent completing cooperative online game challenges.
Check out these Scratch Projects created at DigiCamp.

2024 Past Sessions

June 3rd to June 7th
Video Game Programming & Minecraft
We help campers to create their own video games, art and music applications, stories & more using Scratch. Your children will create their own Scratch accounts – accessible from any internet connected device, forever! Many previous Campers tell us they still use Scratch to create school presentations, games, quizzes, stories and the like.
Check out these Scratch Projects created at DigiCamp.
June 3rd to June 7th
Video Game Programming & Minecraft
We help campers to create their own video games, art and music applications, stories & more using Scratch. Your children will create their own Scratch accounts – accessible from any internet connected device, forever! Many previous Campers tell us they still use Scratch to create school presentations, games, quizzes, stories and the like.
Check out these Scratch Projects created at DigiCamp.
June 10th to June 14th
mBot Robotics & Minecraft
Campers will build, expand, program & take home their own mBot Neo Robot. Our week begins with building the robot out of the box. This robot is controllable through the remote control AND our campers will learn/practice coding the robot to run autonomous programming. There is almost nothing (within reason) that this robot can’t do!
June 10th to June 14th
June 10th to June 14th
mBot Robotics & Minecraft
Campers will build, expand, program & take home their own mBot Neo Robot. Our week begins with building the robot out of the box. This robot is controllable through Bluetooth connection AND our campers will learn/practice coding the robot to run autonomous programming. This robot understands Scratch-based block coding, Arduino coding, as well as Python Coding languages. There is almost nothing (within reason) that this robot can’t do!