Coding is the New Literacy. Software is reinventing the world. Prepare Your Child for the Future!
Make it Fun. Make it Educational. Make it Their Best Summer Ever!
MVCode’s summer camps are the perfect way to make your child’s summer fun and filled with important learning for their future. Week long summer camps teach coding through robotics, Minecraft plugins, gaming, web, apps, Unity and programming fundamentals. MVCode Camps were designed by camping professionals and include daily outdoor play, team building activities and games.
MVCode Camps are week-long programs for students in grades 1 through 10. Visit our website and be sure to read the individual camp descriptions and specific age/prerequisite requirements.
WHERE: Five locations: in Greenbrae at 151 Bon Air Center; in Mill Valley at 38 Miller Ave.; in San Francisco at 3236 Geary Blvd; and in Redwood City at 928 Woodside Road, and a NEW location in San Mateo, 154 W. 25th Ave.
WHEN: 1-week camps run all summer long, M—F from 9:00 am–3:00 pm with before and after care available
AGES: Boys and girls, grades 1 through 10
ACTIVITIES: Kids learn coding through Robotics, Minecraft plugins, Web, Gaming, Apps, Unity and programming fundamentals. Camps also include outdoor play with team building games and activities.
COST: Prices vary depending on the camp selected. For detailed pricing or to set up a free trial for your child before the summer, please visit our website.
DETAILS: The project-oriented camp curriculum helps campers learn programming, but still lets them create, explore and have fun in a social and engaging environment. With a super-low student–teacher ratio (4:1), an interactive curriculum, and a hands-on learning environment, kids learn coding in a fun, engaging way. They learn coding by while completing exciting projects:
My story from MV Code Camp
By Trevor Islam, grade 6, Mill Valley Middle School
I liked MV Code Camp because we learned how to make really fun video games. I learned a lot about making additions to existing video games and creating new ones of my own. For example, I made a roller coaster game in virtual reality where I rode on a roller coaster and had to shoot down gnomes. To do this, I had to learn how to make and export games using Unity and C#. I also made a Minecraft plugin where I have a broomstick and I can fly. It’s really useful because I can go really fast on it through my world.
Each day started out with coding, next a snack break, then more coding, then a lunch break, then more coding. At the lunch break, we played a big game of Capture the Flag with campers and counselors. It felt great to run around outside.
All of the counselors were really happy and very knowledgeable. For example, one time I just couldn’t figure out how to make myself fly in Minecraft. I asked a counselor, and they immediately helped me figure it out. The counselors also gave me tips that I could use in many different situations. I also really liked that there was a perfect balance of learning to code and taking breaks outside.