Computer Programming and Arduino Robotics

at The Seven Hills School

KidsLogic students use their imagination together with their natural sense for discovery and invention to learn fundamentals of computer science. They learn computer programming, electronics and robotics, and they are inspired to pursue knowledge in the engineering and computer science fields with a sense of confidence and understanding. In the classroom, students work in individual lessons depending on their level. At the end of each day, students share their work and present their projects to the classroom.

Help your children embark on a journey of fun, learning and discovery! Students keep a journal throughout the course where they document in their own words what they’re learning. At the end of the course the student emerge with a certificate, a journal, a USB flash drive with computer programs written during the course, and a T-shirt!

We had the following 2015 Camp Sessions:

All sessions were open to New and Continuing Students                             

Camp Dates Camp Program Ages
6/15–6/19  1:00-5:00pm Arduino Robotics  10-15
6/22–6/26 9:00am-3:00pm Alice Computer Programming
Processing Computer Programming
 8-12
6/29–7/3 9:00am-3:00pm Alice Computer Programming
Processing Computer Programming
 8-12

We will open enrollment for next summer in the winter of 2016. Stay tunned and sign in for our newsletters!!

“… most schools focus on teaching students how to use a computer and run available applications, rather than also teaching deeper concepts, such as computational problem-solving, that lay the foundation for innovation.” (ScienceDaily Article)

KidsLogic teaches children problem solving techniques, computer logic, computer programming concepts and more. The curriculum is designed to inspire children to the disciple of computer science, and to teach them computer science fundamentals that are critical for the understanding of our fast evolving digital generation. Technology has had positive and negative impacts in our society, and to be able to create, evaluate and stately use computer technology, one must have an understanding of the underline science.