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Robo-Geek
locations: Milton, ON; Halton Hills, ON; Brampton, ON

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Robo-Geek

Locations: Milton, ON; Halton Hills, ON; Brampton, ON
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Type:
Day camp, After-school / weekend classes
Categories:
Robotics
Cost:
$208/week
Age:
8 to 14
Gender:
Coed
Capacity:
5 to 25
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About this program

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Last July Robo-Geek started his new facility in Brampton. Our weekend programs, School Workshops, Teens Programs, STEM and Robotics Clubs are keeping students on the cutting edge of technology. 

Robo-Geek has created six different types of Camps for this summer  where students can learn diverse coding languages as C, Python, Java and Visual Studio with C# (C Sharp).

In Robotics students will be able to work with EZ-Builder robots, Arduino, RC/ cars and robotics hands with Tiny EZ-robot boards.

In Type 1 Camp students will learn  Java  and Android Studio to build Apps on Android tablets. Visit our website for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Milton, ON, Halton Hills, ON, Brampton, ON

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weekly or weekend class / kids programs
Coed
Ages: 8 - 14
Robotics $406
Milton,ON
555 Industrial Drive
Jan 02-Dec 18$406
Robotics|Engineering|LEGO|Video Game/Web Design|Technology|Animation / 3D design|Computer programming
weekly or weekend class / kids programs
Coed
Ages: 8 - 14
STEM $406
Milton,ON
555 Industrial Drive
Jan 08-Dec 18$406
Robotics|Engineering|LEGO|Video Game/Web Design|Technology|Animation / 3D design|Computer programming
weekly or weekend class / kids programs
Coed
Ages: 7 - 16
Computer programming $141/6 weeks
Brampton,ON
12 Fisherman Drive
Feb 06-Dec 24$141/6 weeks
Computer programming
weekly or weekend class / kids programs
Coed
Ages: 7 - 16
Computer programming $141/6 weeks
Milton,ON
555 Industrial Drive
Feb 06-Dec 24$141/6 weeks
Computer programming
weekly or weekend class / kids programs
Coed
Ages: 8 - 14
Computer programming $265
Halton Hills,ON
9 Church Street
Oct 04-Nov 22$265
Computer programming|Technology|Engineering|Robotics
Day Camp
Coed
Ages: 7 - 15
Robotics $250/week
Brampton,ON
12 Fisherman Drive
Mar 11-15 $250/week
Robotics|Engineering|LEGO|Video Game/Web Design|Technology|Animation / 3D design|Computer programming
Day Camp
Coed
Ages: 7 - 15
Robotics $250/week
Milton,ON
555 Industrial Drive
Mar 11-15 $250/week
Robotics|Engineering|LEGO|Video Game/Web Design|Technology|Animation / 3D design|Computer programming

Director's Message

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Omar Silva-Fulchi, President
P. Eng. PMP

Robo-Geek offers weekly courses to kids from Grades 3 to 9 in Programming, Electronics and Robotics.

The program includes hands-on work with computers, electronic boards, robots and unique labs where our students' imagination will be unleashed.

We are very proud to announce our new  Junior Robotics course RG-150 that have started  on November 5 2016 ; this year we have added four more new exciting courses in Programming, Computer Vision and Robotics.

We are impressed of the quality of games designed by our students in Game Programming RG-250 and the incredible labs and programs in Computer Vision RG-500. Special thanks to Omar Silva-Zapata who has designed the platform for these new courses.

We would like to thank Karen Wonders for the excellent  Marketing material and promotions that she is designing for Robo-Geek

On November the 26th 2015 we started our STEM club in Milton; currently we are doing Chess topic. here the students are learning Chess rules and programming a Chess Program using Python.

This year we have started also the Robotics club; currently we are working with EZ-robot JD Humanoid having lots of fun.

Our new Camps will include the new EZ-robots for learning robotics.

Our last Summer Camps were very successful, next year we are expanding our Camps to Oakville, Brampton, Markham and Richmond Hill. Soon, we will add that information in this portal and our website.

Please visit our site: www.robo-geek.ca


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Cost & Financial Aid

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Cost: $208 /week

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Credit card payment Yes

Discounts

Discount for 2nd child 5%
Discount for 3rd child 10%

Stories & Testimonials

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Meadowvale High School Students @ Robo-Geek

On December 8th, we had the privilege to host a group of 23 students from Meadowvale High School.  During the full day session, we reviewed our RG-300 (Advanced Programming & Introduction to Electronics) where the students expanded their knowledge of Python with Raspberry Pi while working with GPIO interface to control electronic modules. They alsol learned basic concepts of Electronics and Electricity through experimentation and hands-on activities.

A few comments from the students:

"I really enjoyed this, thank you so much!!"
"It was a great and fun class!"
"It was a very enyoable experience with actual information I found interesting.  The teachers were very nice and willing to help.  I wasn't afraid to ask questions.  The room was a little tight though I had fun :)"
"Learned a lot! Enjoyed the circuits and programmings on the Raspberry Pi."


RG-200 Intermediate Programming : MineCraft

We finished our Session 2 course  Intermediate Programming (RG-200) on March 28 2015. In this course the students learned Python and they explored different libraries; here you have Khubaib connecting to Minecraft and writing his name in 3D.

In their last class we created a maze using Minecraft by reading a file.

We are very proud what Robo-Geek students achieved at the end of this second course.

It was a pleasure to have a group of wonderful students very smart and capable. As they move to RG-300, we hope that self learning start happening.


RG-200 Intermediate Programming: MineCraft

We finished our Session 2 course  Intermediate Programming (RG-200) on March 28 2015. In this course the students learned Python and they explored different libraries; here you have Dylan connecting to Minecraft and writing his name in 3D.

In their last class we created a maze using Minecraft by reading a file.

We are very proud what Robo-Geek students achieved at the end of this second course.

It was a pleasure to have a group of wonderful students very smart and capable. As they move to RG-300, we hope that self learning start happening.


RG-200 Intermediate Programming: MineCraft

We finished our Session 2 course  Intermediate Programming (RG-200) on March 28 2015. In this course the students learned Python and they explored different libraries; here you have Reese connecting to Minecraft and writing her name in 3D.

In their last class we created a maze using Minecraft by reading a file.

We are very proud what Robo-Geek students achieved at the end of this second course.

It was a pleasure to have a group of wonderful students very smart and capable. As they move to RG-300, we hope that self learning start happening.

 


RG-100 Introduction to Programming: Ping Pong Game

We finished our Session 2 course  Introduction to Programming (RG-100) on March 28 2015. In this course the students learned Scratch and they developed their own game; one of our students made his Ping Pong Game.

We are very proud what Robo-Geek students achieved at the end of this first course


RG-100 Introduction to Programming: Soccer Game

We finished our Session 2 course  Introduction to Programming (RG-100) on March 28 2015 . In this course the students learned Scratch and they  developed their own game; one of our students made his Soccer Game.

We are very proud what Robo-Geek students achieved at the end of this first course.


RG-100 Introduction to Programming: Maze Scramble Game

We finished our Session 2 course  Introduction to Programming (RG-100) on March 28 2015. In this course the students learned Scratch and they developed their own game; one of our students made his Maze Scramble Game.

We are very proud what Robo-Geek students achieved at the end of this first course


RG-100 Introduction to Programming: Going Monkey Bananas

We finished our Session 2 course  Introduction to Programming (RG-100). In this course the students learned Scratch and they developed their own game; two of our students made their Going Monkey Bananas Game.

We are very proud what Robo-Geek students achieved at the end of this first course


In the News

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February 15, 2018 - March Break Robotics Coding Camps will hold in week March 12-16 2018

March & Spring Break Robotics & Coding camps will be offered in our Milton and Brampton locations. Register your kid, seats are limited ...


February 15, 2018 - Learn about Robo-Geek STEM and Robotics Clubs

Robo-Geek students will finish their projects at STEM and Robotics Club at the end of the month, magnificent opportunity to learn about them. ...


November 22, 2015 - Robo-Geek is one-year old!

We have officially started our second year teaching young minds to flourish. We are excited about our upcoming Winter Break Camp! ...



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Camp Locations

  • Milton, ON
    555 Industrial Drive, Milton, Ontario, L9T 5E1
  • Halton Hills, ON
    9 Church Street, Halton Hills, Ontario, L7G 2A3
  • Brampton, ON
    12 Fisherman Drive, Brampton, Ontario, L7A 1B6

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