Summer Semester and Tech Camp
Our summer program is for new and returning students. If your son/daughter is a new student to Aim High, you are required to schedule a visit with our staff prior to enrollment.
New families, please contact us at 248-702-6922 before completing the registration form.
DATES and TIMES
Monday through Thursday
Week 1: July 8 -11
Week 2: July 15 -18
Week 3: July 22 -25
Week 4: July 29 - August 1
Drop Off: starts at 9:30 am
Morning Session: 10:00 am to 12:30 pm
Afternoon Session: 1:00 to 3:00 pm
Pickup: 3:00 pm
Tech Camp Afternoon Session: 1:00 to 3:30 pm
Pickup: 3:30 pm
(Late pickups are charged at $10 per every 5 minutes late)
To register for our Summer Semester and Tech Camp, click the button below. A copy of the completed form will be emailed to you upon completion.
In addition to the academic year, Aim High School offers a four-week Summer Semester for students. Summer Semester is a great way for students to keep mentally, physically, and socially active during the summer. Our curriculum blends academics, communication, wellness, and life skills. The first half of our day is dedicated to project-based learning, academic skill building, and credit completion; the second half focuses on physical fitness, practical life skills, and fun activities.
Middle School & High School Technology Camp provides hands-on technology instruction for a variety of fun activities that build 21st Century STEM skills and provide practical skills that apply to many work environments. Your student will gain skills in Problem solving - Creativity - Team work - Adapting to challenges. Tech camp takes place in the afternoon for both Middle School and High School students. Your student can sign up for the morning session of Summer Semester to make a full day of camp.
Week 1 - Build a Computer/Programming — Learn how to build a PC and discover the benefits of building your own computer! Students will also gain experience using drag-and-drop and script writing programming software to create games similar to Undertale, Spurlunky, Flappy Birds, Centipede, and Zelda.
Week 2 - Robotics—Build a robot and learn how to program it with EV3. Engage in fun competition with fellow campers.
Week 3 - 3-D Modeling and Animation—Learn the art of 3-D modeling using the Blender software. Students will use these skills to create their own short animated film, with a similar visual style to the Toy Story movies.
Week 4 - Arduino—Learn how to build a circuit using an Arduino Kit. Program a microprocessor with the Arduino program using scripts. Build and code a traffic light and a GPS. (Additional fee includes Arduino Starting Kit)