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See Summer Camp courses offered in 2023:

Introduction to Cybersecurity

Middle School

Class size of 24

June 26 – 30, 2023

08:30 am – 12:30 pm

Ready for some fun and new challenges? Join us for a week-long, 1/2-day cyber camp that will introduce you into the domain of Cybersecurity.

Topics include: distribution of Linux, Python programming, IoT (internet of Things) devices, controlling devices through the Internet/cloud applications.

Learning to identify, examine, and defend against cyber-attacks.

Registration Cost: $20.00 


Cybersecurity Level II

Middle School

Class size of 16

July 10 – 12, 2023

08:30 am – 12:30 pm

You just completed Introduction to Cybersecurity. Join us for a three day, 1/2-day cyber camp that will apply the skills you gained in the previous camp into the domain of Cybersecurity.

Topics include Linux, Python coding, Cybersecurity, and how to apply them into a secure cyber domain.

Time will be spent learning about common cyber-attacks and applying the appropriate defenses using coding and tools from camp. Strategies and coding on how to spot them, stop them, and defend against future attacks will be applied.

All the tools used in the class will be run on the external drive so you can apply your skills or learn more after you complete the class.

Registration Cost: $20.00 


Instructor Bruce Brumley (Computer Systems Technology)

Elementary STEM Science Camp

What: The camp will focus in the mornings on water hydraulics through a water pump project. In the afternoons the focus is on photovoltaic cells activities . On the last day of the camp the children will present their work to families and other interested parties. The activities and instruction will include opportunities for hands mathematics, reading and writing embedded in the two projects. It will be a rich educational environment that includes high energy and fun activities.

When:August 7th-11th;  8:30 AM-4:00 PM

Where: We will meet in the Foyer of the College of Education at the start of each day. Families can drop off campers in the circle drive of the College of Education Building on Normal Avenue.

Teacher: Dr. Elaine Westbrook