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Two new STEM summer camp options

April 29, 2016 Leave a comment

I’ve recently been contacted about two new camps in the metro area.

First is a completely new camp, STREM HQ, founded by Aditya Suri, a Walton High School graduate who was on the school’s highly acclaimed robotics team. Last year, Suri won a scholarship from Samsung for a mobile app he created. He established STREM HQ to expand STEM learning opportunities for kids. The “R” in STREM HQ is for robotics, an important component in the program. The camps are open to kids ages 8 and up.

Also new is an expansion of the Smart Girls Summer Camp at Atlanta Girls’ School.  The camp has added a program for younger children, and now serves rising first through ninth graders. All of the Smart Girls camps center on STEAM themes.

Categories: Summer programs