Registration for our summer camps is open for our Round Rock, central Austin and south Austin camps. Descriptions and costs of each camp is listed below the 2017 Summer Camps table.
Our camps are designed for children and teens ages 7-14 years old. The summer camps have half-day or full-day options, with camp hours from 9 AM to 4 PM in Round Rock, 9 AM to 3:30 PM in south Austin and 9 AM to 12:00 PM in central Austin.
Morning care and afternoon care are available for an additional fee at our Round Rock location.
- Round Rock: Fun 2 Learn Code, 301 Hesters Crossing, Suite 120, Round Rock, 78681
- Central Austin: Austin School of Classical Ballet, 4624 Burnet Rd., Austin, 78756
- South Austin: Del Sol Yoga & Kung Fu, 11190 Circle Dr. #103, Austin, 78736
- Other locations may be added
Round Rock Camps
|Morning (9 AM - 12 PM)||Afternoon (1 PM - 4 PM)|
|Ages 7-11||Ages 10-14||Ages 7-11||Ages 10-14|
|June 5-9||Keyboarding or Python (8+)||3D Graphics or Keyboarding||Lunch||Scratch||Virtual Reality (FULL) or Python|
|June 12-16||Kodu||Minecraft Mods||Lunch||Coders / Makers||Web
Development or Coders / Makers
|June 19-23||Scratch||App Development||Lunch||Redstone or Robotics||Python|
|June 26-30||Coders / Makers||Coders / Makers or Magic||Lunch||Kodu||Unity|
|July 10-14||Redstone||Python||Lunch||Kodu||Minecraft Mods|
|July 17-21||Scratch||Unity||Lunch||Coders / Makers||Coders / Makers|
|July 24-28||Coders / Makers||Coders / Makers||Lunch||Redstone||Magic|
|Jul 31-Aug 4||Kodu||3D Graphics||Lunch||Scratch||Virtual Reality|
|Aug 7-11||Coders / Makers||Coders / Makers||Lunch||Kodu||Python|
|Aug 14-18||Redstone||Unity||Lunch||Scratch||Minecraft Mods|
Central Austin Summer Camps
|Austin School of Classical Ballet - 4624 Burnet Rd.|
9 am - 12 pm
|Minecraft Mods with Java
9 am - 12 pm
|Unity Video Game Development
9 am - 12 pm
|Video Game Design with Kodu
9 am - 12 pm
South Austin Summer Camps
|Del Sol Yoga & Kung Fu - 11190 Circle Dr. #103, 78736|
9 am - 12 pm
|Video Game Design with Kodu
12: 30 pm - 3:30 pm
Camp options in 2017 include the following:
Minecraft Mods with Java (ages 10-14)
Make your very own mod while learning the basics of the programming language Java. Campers will write code in Java and use a graphics editing program to add their own items and blocks to Minecraft. No prior programming experience is required for this camp. Designed for ages 10 and older that have an active Minecraft account and have experience playing Minecraft on the Mac or PC. Requirement: basic typing skills. Cost: $225.
Intro to Coding with Scratch Programming (ages 7-14)
Learn programming concepts such as loops, conditional statements and variables while creating various animations, games, stories and art. Scratch is a visual block-based language developed to teach young people the fundamentals of computer programming, and is now being used at some colleges and universities as an introduction to coding. This camp is designed for ages 7 and older. Cost: $180.
Video Game Design with Kodu (ages 7-11)
Learn computer programming concepts while being introduced to video game design. Campers will create their own games using Kodu Game Lab, a visual programming language developed for designing and creating games. This camp is designed for ages 7-11. Games created at this camp will only be able to be played on a PC (not a Mac). Cost: $200.
Python Programming (ages 10-14)
Get an introduction to Python and learn the structure of a text-based programming language while exploring coding concepts and writing your own programs. If your child is interested in learning to code, Python is a great first programming language to learn. Campers will write several programs during the week as they learn about variables, loops, conditions and graphics in Python. Designed for ages 10-14. Requirement: basic typing skills. Cost: $200.
Python Programming (ages 8-11)
Get an introduction to Python and learn the structure of a text-based programming language while exploring coding concepts and writing your own programs. If your child is interested in learning to code, Python is a great first programming language to learn. Campers will write several programs during the week as they learn about variables, loops, conditions and graphics in Python. Designed for ages 8-11. Requirements: none, but basic typing skills are recommended. Cost: $200.
Unity Game Development (ages 10-14)
Create a basic video game in Unity, one of the most powerful 2D and 3D game creation platforms. More than 1/3 of the top games are made with Unity. Campers will learn to use the Unity interface and write code in C# as they are introduced to object-oriented programming while making their game. Requirement: basic typing skills. This camp is designed for ages 10-14. Cost: $225.
Virtual Reality and Unity Game Development (ages 10-14)
Create a basic 3D video game and explore virtual reality in Unity, one of the most powerful game creation platforms. More than 1/2 of the virtual reality games are made with Unity. Campers will become familiar with the Unity interface and write code in C# as they are introduced to 3D game development and virtual reality. Requirement: basic typing skills. This camp is designed for ages 10-14. Cost: $225.
Web Development (ages 10-14)
Minecraft Engineering with Redstone (ages 7-11)
Explore and design redstone circuits in Minecraft to provide a basic understanding of electrical gates (AND, OR, NOR, XOR, NAND, and INVERTERS) using Minecraft items such as switches, levers, button and more. This camp is designed for ages 7-11. Campers should ideally have his/her own Minecraft account for PC or Mac, but the concepts covered in this camp should also be applicable on Minecraft Pocket Edition. Cost: $200.
Robotics (ages 7-11)
Explore various types of robots and program them to move while learning about motors, accelerometers and light and obstacle sensors. Robots used during the week include Sphero, Ozobot, Lego Robotics, and more! This camp is designed for ages 7-11. Cost: $200.
3D Design and Imaging (ages 10-14)
Learn to work on 3D objects and learn about design, texture, lighting and animation using Blender, a program for creating 3D computer graphics. This camp is designed for ages 10-14 years old. Cost: $225.
Android Mobile App Development (ages 10-14)
Create multiple apps for Android mobile devices using App Inventor, a block-based programming platform. This camp is designed for ages 10-14 years old. Cost: $200.
Keyboarding (ages 7-14)
Learn touch typing skills through the use of classroom instruction and online tools, with a focus on finger placement, posture and accuracy. Typing challenges and games will be held throughout the week. This camp is designed for ages 7-14 years old. Cost: $140.
Coders and Makers (ages 7-14)
This camp provides exploration of various types of technologies and programs:
- 2D Animation
- Video Game Creation
- Computer Programming Concepts
- Microcontrollers and Circuits
- Stop Motion Animation
Campers will complete multiple projects while being exposed to different segments of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math). This camp is designed for ages 7 and older. Cost: $200.
Magic: The Gathering (ages 10-14)
Learn the main concepts of the popular card game Magic: The Gathering. This camp is suitable for all skill levels. For beginners, the rules will be explained while those with prior experience will have the option to play immediately or learn the rules further. Casual, constructed 60-card decks will be used. Upon completion of the camp a play-mat, dice and sleeved 60 card deck will be provided for out of camp play. Designed for ages 7-14. Maximum: 10 students. Cost: $150.
Before Camp and After Camp Care:
Early drop-off (8:00 AM – 9:00 AM) and late pick-up (4:00 PM – 5:00 PM) are available for $50 each or $80 for both at our Round Rock location only.
We offer a 10% multi-camp discount for any child/teen that signs up for a more than one half-day camp. The discount applies to the second camp, plus any other additional camps for any week during the summer. We also offer a 10% discount for all sibling registrations.
Campers attending half-day camps should bring a nut-free snack and a water bottle. Campers attending camps all day should bring a lunch, 1-2 nut-free snacks and a water bottle.
Throughout the week, campers will also be provided with unplugged and group activities that focus on problem-solving, socialization, creativity and collaboration.