inGenius STEAM Summer Camp – Gifted and Talented Youth Education

  • LittleBits Engineering Summer Camp
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In partnership with Canyon Crest Academy Foundation, we will bring you an exciting and fun learning experience in years to come. 
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2018 Fall and 2019 Spring Sunday Class Schedule @ Miramar College
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Class Time Classroom Class Name
11:30 am-1:00 pm H-103 Scratch Programming (Fall) and Lego Robotic Programming (Spring)
11:30 am-1:00 pm H-108 Learning Java with Alice 3 (Fall)
& Java A (Spring)
11:30 am-1:00 pm H-205 USA Computing Olympiad Workshop

Class location is Miramar College. All classes are offered as part of San Diego HuaXia Chinese School enrichment program.

Congratulations on our USACO participants!

USACO-EldenRenElden Ren
Christine Yang
USACO-SteveChenSteven Chen
Peter Gao 
USACO-DerekLiuDerek Liu
 Evan Luo
Jason Liu
USACO-RonakShahRonak Shah 
Emily Sun 
USACO-EthanSunEthan Sun 
GeorgeTroulisGeorges Troulis 

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Our Honorable mentioned students:

Alexander Backues
_MG_6854Kevin Liu
Raymond Peng
USACO-TylerXiaoTyler Xiao
USACO-AlexWuAlex Xu


Featured Summer Programs:

* Air Force Association Cyber Patriot (read more)
* Computational Thinking Without Coding (read more)
* Block coding: Scratch, Alice 3
* Java Programming
* USA Computing Olympiad Workshop
* Digital Art
* 3D Modeling
(details see Featured Courses page)

Inspire Creativity

inGenius is changing the way students learn and interact with STREAM subjects, empowering them to be creative and productive with the technology they love. Our courses provide an immersive and encouraging environment where students can learn to create Apps, Games, Mods, Animations, Programming and more!

Innovative Courses
Fun & Engaging – We are proving that learning technology and science is fun.
Project-Based – We believe students learn best by completing a project from start to finish.
Hands-on Learning – Unleash the power of learning by doing. Students learn abstract science concepts by doing science.

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