Weeklong summer program where ages 7-17 create iPhone/Android apps, develop video games, program in C++/Java, mod with Minecraft, make movies, robots, and more. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs held at over 80 universities throughout the U.S. This includes Stanford, Princeton, Yale, and others. Small classes (max 8:1 guaranteed) for personalized 1-on-1 instruction. Also, Teen-only Academies.

iD Tech Camps is for ages 7-17. Develop an iPhone or Android app, code a program in C++ or Java, create a video game, mod with Minecraft, build a robot, construct a website, produce a movie, or design a digital photo portfolio.

At iD Tech Camps, imaginations soar as kids and teens unlock their internalDrive and use 21st century skills to transform interests into projects of their own—and have fun doing it. For both the beginning computer novice and advanced tech whiz, students collaborate, make new friends and develop new skills, gaining confidence and a competitive advantage for college and future careers. High-energy, hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education programs presented in a fun camp setting held on the Stanford campus.

•Weeklong day and overnight summer tech programs for ages 7-17 in a fun, yet challenging techie environment.
•Flex Hours – no extra cost. A great convenience for working parents.
•Voted a Top Workplace 4 years in a row, and recently ranked #1 in Silicon Valley for small businesses. This enables recruitment of the finest talent in the country.
•Over 80 prestigious university locations in 28 states nationwide. Held at Vanderbilt, TCU, SMU, Trinity, the University of Houston, St. Edward's University, College of William & Mary, the University of Virginia, American University, the University of Washington in Seattle and Bothell, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Princeton, Yale, Stanford, and others.
•8:1. Ratios of 8 students per instructor, guaranteed. Personalized instruction is at the core of all iD Tech programs.
•Tech-savvy staff recruited, trained, and evaluated by iD Tech Camps.
•A well-balanced summer camp where students engage both in STEM learning and fun camp activities.
•Innovative curriculum with Minecraft, Autodesk Maya, iOS, Android, C++, Java, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Muse, and Adobe Lightroom, iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Scratch, VEX, RPG Maker, Unity, ShootMania, Portal 2, Team Fortress 2, Torchlight II, and more.
•Project-based courses for every skill, gender, and background with an emphasis on experiential learning, building 21st century skills.
•Students take home their own project portfolio at the end of each session.
•Year-round learning opportunities with free monthly online workshops and iD Tech 365, a comprehensive online learning platform.
•Accredited Continuing Education Units available from Stanford or Villanova to enhance college applications (available at all locations).

iD Programming Academy, iD Game Design & Development Academy, and iD Film Academy.
Intensive, 2-week, pre-college summer programs for teens ages 13-18. Gain a competitive advantage for college and future careers by getting immersed in programming, robotics engineering, video game design and development, and film and photography. Held at select prestigious universities including Stanford, UCLA, MIT, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and more.

Visit www.iDTechCamps.com for more information and to register online (check up-to-the-minute-availability). Or, call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) to speak to a Program Advisor. Flexible enrollment—enroll now and make changes up until 3 weeks before your session without any change fees.

2. Shell Lake Arts Center

Premier arts camp. Instructors are professional performers and artists with a love for teaching.

Go big or go home this summer in the Northwoods of Wisconsin! The Shell Lake Arts Center attracts talented students of all levels of ability from all over the country, even internationally. Along with the oldest jazz camp in the nation are week-long camps in rock, concert band, piano, show choir, dance, musical theatre, acting & playwriting, trumpet, guitar, saxophone, film, music theatre, trombone, vocal jazz, etc. Visual arts camps include painting, drawing and pottery. Shell Lake Arts Center also offers adult music mini-camps.

3. Lake Lucerne Camp & Retreat Center

Explore Faith, Have Fun, Build Friendships in a safe and nurturing camp environment.

Horse Camps, Theme camps-Choose your own adventure, Nite Owl, Water Walkers and much more! Spend a week at Lake Lucerne and grow in faith through friendships with staff and other campers who share your interests.

You'll have opportunities to choose from crafts, water activities, horseback riding and lessons, canoeing, mountain biking, low ropes challenges, field sports, tennis, team sports, non-competitive games and faith exploration workshops. Come to Lake Lucerne and immerse yourself in a week of wonderfilled activities.

4. Creative Connections Art Camp

Art and music camp for all ages. Full and half day registration available!

Each art and music workshop will give special emphasis on this year's Creative Connection theme, REFLECTIONS. Classes have been expanded to allow time for visual and written reflection. Both sessions culminate in and exhibition and performance on Saturday, July 11 from 10AM-Noon.

Session I: June 22-26
Session II: July 6-10

5. Pilgrim Center

Pilgrim Center provides a place and community where young people gather for fun, adventure, sharing and exploration of their faith. The emphasis is on building community, respect for each other, and enjoying the great gift in the people and world around us.

6. UWSP Camp COFAC - Studio Art

An annual summer studio arts camp for high school students at University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point.

Campers will participate in each of these studio experiences throughout the week.

Glass Fusing & Slumping
Design and create a glass sculpture, tile, or jewelry piece using fused glass. Glass fusing is done by stacking glass pieces or beads and melting them together in a kiln. Slumping is a similar process that creates larger pieces such as bowls and plates.

Mixed Media Painting
Explore various drawing media and create large scale art. Use charcoal, pastel, ink, collage, found material, and a variety of drawing tools while learning to successfully combine media and compose an image. Through self-exploration, become more comfortable using color, line, shape, and form.

Metal Casting & Relief Sculpture
Explore a dynamic method of metal casting from start to fi nish. Design and create a clay mold; melt and pour the metal; break away the mold to discover your cast.

Assemblage Sculpture
Take apart existing objects, furniture, and electronics and use their components to create a new piece of art.

Design Challenge
A workshop on the design process form proposed materials, through site considerations, and execution of final works. Students will receive a list of materials, model materials, and the design objectives.

Life Drawing
Improve your life drawing skills at this optional evening session with a draped model.

7. Arts Camp: The Art of Nature

Explore the natural world through music, art, and dance! Teaching artists will help every child discover the wonderful sounds, patterns, colors, and rhythms in our own backyard.

Explore the natural world through music, art, and dance! Teaching artists from the Wilson Center, ArtMovz, and Danceworks, as well as naturalists from Wehr Nature Center will help every child discover the wonderful sounds, patterns, colors, and rhythms in our own backyard. We start each day with a nature walk around the park outside of the Wilson Center to look for bugs, animals, plants, birds, and more. Then we come back into the building for fun classes in music, dance and visual art. All of the classes are full of activities and new experiences to try. We get a snack break and lunch break with more time to play outside.

Two one-week sessions available:
Week 1: June 22 - 26, 2015
Week 2: July 6 - 10, 2015
Monday through Friday, 9:00 am − 3:30 pm

For students entering grades 1−6 in Fall 2015.

Earlybird Price (until April 12, 2015): $249
Regular Price (after April 12, 2015): $299

Includes all materials, daily lunch, and a camp t-shirt.

Registration opens February 2015. For more information, please call 262-373-5037.