inGenius 2022 STEAM Summer Camp Program: Grades 8-10

Campus: Canyon Crest Academy

Available Going Fast Full

Grade 1Grade 2Grade 3-4Grade 5-7Grade 8-10
Grade Level :Grades 8-10 in school year of 2022-2023
Week 8:30-12:00pm Morning Camp
(Morning drop off starts 8:30
Weekly Theme classes 9:30-11:45am
**Advanced Programming classes 9:00am-12:00pm)
12:30-3:30pm Afternoon Camp
(Afternoon drop off starts 12:30
Weekly Theme classes 12:45-3:00pm
**Advanced Programming classes 12:45-3:45pm)
3:25-6:30pm After School Classes
Week 1: 6/13-6/17/2022 Self-Study & Reading
Week 2: 6/20-6/24/2022
Entrepreneurship
Python Programming**
Self-Study & Reading
Week 3: 6/27-7/1/2022
Java Programming A**
Game Theory and Economics
Self-Study & Reading
Week 4: 7/5,6,7,8/2022(4 days) (select one)
Java Programming B**
Color guard
Introduction to Film Studies
Self-Study & Reading
Week 5: 7/11-7/15/2022 (select one)
Discrete Math for Computer Science
USACO Workshop: Introduction to Bronze**
International Relations: Solving World Problems
Self-Study & Reading
Week 6: 7/18-7/22/2022
Roblox Game Design and Programming Principle
USACO Workshop: Introduction to Silver**
Java Programming A**
Self-Study & Reading
Week 7: 7/25-7/29/2022
Java Programming B**
Self-Study & Reading
**Advanced Programming classes

Week 1: 6/13-6/17/2022


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:

Week 2: 6/20-6/24/2022


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Entrepreneurship
Do you watch Shark Tank? Do you like to negotiate? Can you find the best bargain? In this course, students will explore what takes place in a market and how buyers and sellers interact. Why do some businesses succeed while others fail? How do products improve over time? These questions will be explored using some of your favorite products as examples. Students will practice developing ideas and formulating a pitch to a panel of peers. Let

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Python Programming**
This course provides an introduction to the Python programming language with a focus on procedural programming and brief instruction to object-oriented concepts. Students will learn: Variables, Conditions, Loops, Arrays, String processing, Nested conditions, Nested loops, Functions and Classes.

Week 3: 6/27-7/1/2022


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Java Programming A**
This course provides an introduction to the Java programming language with a focus on procedural programming and brief instruction to object-oriented concepts. Students will learn: Data types, Variables, Conditions, Loops, Arrays, String processing.

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Game Theory and Economics
Game theory is a theoretical framework to analyze competing players and to strategize optimal decision-making. understanding game theory is key to success in business and economics. This class will uses game theory among other frameworks study a variety of real-world economic situations. For example, the students will learn to use Nash equilibria decide the perfect price for spaghetti of an entrepreneur's restaurant. Through discussions, activities, research, and analysis, students will learn how to apply the framework to a variety of complicated economic situations such as auctions, profit sharing, and monopolies.

Week 4: 7/5,6,7,8/2022(4 days)


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Java Programming B**
This course builds on Java A and continues with a more in-depth coverage of procedural programing. Students will learn nested Conditions, nested Loops, multi-dimensional Arrays. It will also introduce basic sorting, linear and binary search.

Color guard
Color guard is a unique combination of dance, theatrics, and hand-eye coordination. Guard members perform choreographed dance routines while also manipulating tall flags in perfect unison with their fellow performers, all while entertaining an audience, playing a character, and telling a story. Students will learn what it means to be apart of a team as well as confidence and perseverance.

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Introduction to Film Studies
This class provides students with the basic conceptual tools and vocabulary of film aesthetics and criticism. By the end of this course, students will be familiar with the concepts of mise-en-scène, cinematography, editing, sound, genre, film acting, and narrative. We will explore these concepts by looking at examples from different film traditions, national cinemas, and artistic movements. By studying the basics of film form and film style, students will learn to analyze and write about films.

Week 5: 7/11-7/15/2022


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Discrete Math for Computer Science
Discrete math is the mathematics of computing. It is the foundation of modern computer science. This course will introduce students to some of the topics such as combinatorics, number theory, set theory, logic, algorithms, and graph theory. This course will help build a solid foundation for computer algorithm and competition.

USACO Workshop: Introduction to Bronze**
This is an introductory one-week class for students who plan to participate in USACO contests. All new participants in USACO contests start out in the bronze division, and those who score particularly well in their current division will be promoted to the next division for future contests. The workshops will build on top of our regular computer classes and are problem solving-based. This class is designed to get students STARTED to work at Bronze level for the competition. The curriculum is aligned with USA Computing Olympiad (USACO). Eligibility Requirements (meet one of the following requirements): - Took Java/C++ Programming Level A & B - Took AP Computer Science course

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
International Relations: Solving World Problems
Are you good at solving problems? This course stimulates students to think globally and creatively to address topics around the world, in the form of a ‘THINK’ project. Students will explore a topic of their choosing, such as population growth, resource scarcity, peace and security, famine, the movement of people, and territorial claims in the world’s oceans. Students will consider theories of international relations and practice diplomacy by play games such as game of chicken and the prisoner’s dilemma under game theory. The negotiating table awaits you!

Week 6: 7/18-7/22/2022


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Roblox Game Design and Programming Principle
Students learn to design and program Roblox games. Students will learn the principles of design in an intuitive and rich development environment. They will learn Roblox studio editor and work with assets and game levels. They will also learn programming concepts such as loops, variables, conditionals, and functions to create game mechanics.

USACO Workshop: Introduction to Silver**
This is an introductory one-week class for students who already passed Bronze level competition of USACO contests. All new participants in USACO contests start out in the bronze division, and those who score particularly well in their current division will be promoted to the Silver division. The workshops will build on top of Bronze level knowledge and are problem solving-based. This class is designed to get students STARTED to work at Silver level for the competition. The curriculum is aligned with USA Computing Olympiad (USACO). Eligibility Requirements (meet one of the following requirements): - Passed Bronze level competition - Comfortable with Bronze level competition even though not passed yet

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Java Programming A**
This course provides an introduction to the Java programming language with a focus on procedural programming and brief instruction to object-oriented concepts. Students will learn: Data types, Variables, Conditions, Loops, Arrays, String processing.

Week 7: 7/25-7/29/2022


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Java Programming B**
This course builds on Java A and continues with a more in-depth coverage of procedural programing. Students will learn nested Conditions, nested Loops, multi-dimensional Arrays. It will also introduce basic sorting, linear and binary search.


Sibling Discount:
Get 5% off the lower tuition amount for families enrolling two or more students

Tuition:

Weekly Theme Programs (1st-7th Grade)
    Half-Day Program(8:30am-12pm or 12:30pm-3:30pm)
    $199/week
    Full-Day Program(8:30am-3:30pm or 12:30pm-6:30pm)
    $279/week
    Full-Day Program + After Camp Program (8:30am-6:30pm)
    $329/week
    Tuition for Week of July 5-8 (4-day week)
    Half-Day Program(8:30am-12pm or 12:30pm-3:30pm)
    $180/week
    Full-Day Program(8:30am-3:30pm or 12:30pm-6:30pm)
    $240/week
    Full-Day Program + After Camp Program (8:30am-6:30pm)
    $290/week
**Weekly Advanced Computer Programming Classes
(Special tuition only apply to the following advanced programming classes: Alice: Introduction to Programming, Java Programming A, Java Programming B, Python Programming and USACO Workshop)
Morning Advanced Computer Programming Classes (9:00am-12:00pm):
$305 per Program per week
Afternoon Advanced Computer Programming Classes (12:45pm-3:45pm):
$305 per Program per week
- $20 off with enrollment of any other inGenius program in the same week.

    Tuition for Week of July 5-8 (4-day week)
    Morning Advanced Computer Programming Classes (9:00am-12:00pm):
    $245 per Program per week


Daily Schedule


Grades 1-7
8:30-9:30am Morning Drop off
9:30-11:45am Weekly theme classes (instruction starts at 9:30am)
9:00am-12:00pm for **Advanced Computer Programming classes (instruction starts at 9:00am)
(12:00pm Latest Pikcup for Morning Only Program)
11:45am-12:45pm Lunch Break

(12:30pm Afternoon Drop off)
12:45-3:00pm for Weekly theme classes (instruction start at 12:45pm)
12:45-3:45pm for **Advanced Computer Programming classes (instruction start at 12:45pm)
(3:30pm Latest Pikcup for Afternoon Only Program)

(3:00pm-3:25pm After Camp Program Drop Off)
3:25pm-5:30pm Three After Camp Classes (instruction start at 3:25pm):
— Chinese or Sports & Chess Club
— Math Practice
— Vocabulary Building
5:30pm-6:30pm After School Program Pickup

Grades 8-10
8:30-9:30am Morning Drop off
9:30-11:45am Weekly theme classes (instruction starts at 9:30am)
9:00am-12:00pm for **Advanced Computer Programming classes (instruction starts at 9:00am)
(12:00pm Latest Pikcup for Morning Only Program)
11:45am-12:45pm Lunch Break

(12:30pm Afternoon Drop off)
12:45-3:00pm for Weekly theme classes (instruction start at 12:45pm)
12:45-3:45pm for **Advanced Computer Programming classes (instruction start at 12:45pm)
(3:30pm Latest Pikcup for Afternoon Only Program)

(3:00pm-3:25pm After Camp Program Drop Off)
3:25pm-5:30pm Three After Camp Classes (instruction start at 3:25pm):
— Self Study
— Sports & Chess Club
— Self Study
5:30pm-6:30pm After School Program Pickup

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