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Dwight School is Launching a STEAM Camp this Summer

Dwight School is Launching a STEAM Camp this Summer

The school's newest camp will offer flexible options for parents, both in-person and online.


Dwight School at Central Park West is excited to announce its newest summer offering for students entering grades 3-8: Lab Camp! Campers will learn about science, technology, engineering, arts, and design in this enriching and immersive experience. Programs will be both in-person and virtual, from June 21-July 23. 

STEAM-related workshops will be taught by seasoned educators for five weeks. In-person workshops will run from 9am-3pm, and virtual from 10am-2pm. Campers can expect workshops in:

  • Electronics
  • Engineering
  • Creative coding
  • Architecture
  • 3D modeling and printing
  • E-textiles
  • Woodworking
  • Robotics

Daily activities and games will include things like engineering challenges, math games, a meet-the-maker series, citizen science activities, and weekly outdoor activities. Lunch is included for in-person programming. 



Dwight School's Lab Camp offers flexibility this summer, allowing you to mix and match workshops as well as in-person and virtual programs. To register for Dwight School's new Lab Camp, click here.  Early-bird and sibling discounts are available!

The junior camp will be for children entering grades 3-5, and the senior camp for children entering grades 6-8. If you have specific questions about Lab Camp, contact [email protected] 

 

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