The Cube School offers a technology-driven environment where creativity and innovation converge. Our focus is in 4 primary disciplines: Coding, Robotics, Video Game Design, and Specialized programs geared towards media and other relevant technology subjects. Our camps are engaging, giving our students the chance to try different disciplines in week packed with fun and learning!
The Our Kids review of The Cube STEM Camps
Many camps don’t conform to some of the common ideas of what camp is, and The Cube is an example of that. The focus is technology, not canoeing or camp craft, yet the goals of the camp are strikingly similar to those of more traditional programs: they are tools used to bring campers together around common interests and creating opportunities to work and grow together. For the campers, it’s a unique opportunity to work with others of like talents and passions, and to really indulge their curiosities in an engaging setting. It’s perhaps not for every child, but then again, no camp is. Campers finish the sessions with greater confidence, having learned something about themselves. Which, of course, is what all great camps share.
Eren Fernandez, Founder & Curator Eren has a degree in graphic design with a minor in multimedia and has been working in the IT and web development fields for nearly twenty years.
Welcome to The Cube, we encourage you to browse our technology course listings. Our courses teach the broad range of skills based on STEAM principles: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. From learning programming languages to designing video games, building with EV3 Lego robotics, circuits, and electronics. Teens get to create 3D models using 3D Studio Max and Unity, as well as other technologies.
Our Fall Winter 2019- programming is now live, visit our website for more information:
The Cube School offers a creative learning environment where technology and design thinking converge. Which sounds like a lot, and it is. Still, the camp offers a lot more than that. This story comes to us from Eren Fernandez, founder of The Cube, Technology & Video Game Design School
One of the most touching stories this summer