Look Out For Summer Tech Camp

Where tech-savvy meets fun!

At Summer Tech Camp kids do amazing things. Like what?
Build emergency rescue robots. Code computer apps in Python, C++ or JavaScript. Fly acrobatic tricks with a quadcopter. Create original video games. Produce a 360° video short. Wire electronic circuits. Create a unique Minecraft city.
It's a place to explore and invent all day long.

Tech Camp is a bully-free zone which celebrates creativity and innovation, a place where it's cool to be smart, thoughtful and kind at the same time. Extended-day options available close to Preston Hollow, Frisco and Plano.


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About Our STEM Programs

Award-Winning Camps

Tech EdVentures kids get hands-on as they wire circuits, build robots, write computer code and paint their inspiration on a digital canvas. Serious learning meets serious fun.


Tech EdVentures classes teach kids the skills they will need for the future, including problem-solving, collaboration, communication, and automating the work of machines.

More About Our Program

Our classes are fun and engaging because kids tackle real world challenges in a hands-on setting as they explore computer programming, robotics, engineering, and design.

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