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The Cathedral School - Upper East Side

#1 Manhattan Summer Tech Camp and STEM Camp!

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2019 Manhattan Tech Camp and STEM Camp On The Upper East Side

Camp Tech Revolution at The Cathedral School

319 East 74th Street, New York, NY 10021

Award-Winning Summer Camps. #1 In STEM.
Ages 7-14  •  July 8 – August 16, 2019

We Are Creating A Tech Revolution. 

40+ Cutting-Edge Majors and Minors.  Excellent Curricula.  Talented Instructors.  Dynamic Programming. Top-Notch Locations.  A Super Fun Experience. Building Confidence. Developing Life Skills. Empowering The Next Generation in Tech.

Exclusively at Lavner Camps.

Camp Tech Revolution Is The Ultimate Tech Camp Experience.  Campers learn from passionate and talented instructors, and specialize in 1 Major and 1 Minor each week, which greatly helps to improve skills, pursue a passion, and meet friends with similar interests!

We Are Redefining Summer Tech Camps.  At Camp Tech Revolution, our campers have the chance to work with some of the most cutting-edge topics in technology today.  Campers attend one camp each week, and select 1 Major & 1 Minor for the entire week, allowing for opportunity to focus and improve in certain subject matter, but also allow for a variation of topics throughout the week.  Our 9am to 5pm schedule allows campers to fully immerse themselves in the subject matter at camp, improve skill sets, and create awesome projects, all while learning from talented instructors (we hire less than 8% of applicants) in a camp environment that offers a 1:8 staff to camper ratio or better!  We also allow for plenty of socialization and outdoor time during snack and recess with daily sports options during these break periods, which helps to create a holistic approach of tech learning and physical exercise at Camp Tech Revolution.  Combining lots of education and fun, an investment in this amazing camp experience is an investment in YOUR child.  And yes… campers can attend the same Majors/Minors for multiple weeks… as they move up in our curriculum, or select different Majors and Minors each week to broaden their scope of learning.  We provide lots of great course options each week, allowing YOU to create an optimal schedule for your child!  If you would like our assistance in planning, we are always happy to help!  Just call our tech camp specialists at 646.308.1555, send us an email, or chat with us on our website.

We Create Innovators.  We Empower Game Changers.  Our Campers Are Changing The World.  Through hands-on, project based learning, and expertly developed and proprietary curricula, our campers have a chance to learn the latest in technology, and discover how they can use these skills to take their creativity to new heights, and turn ideas into reality.  Our Upper East Side campers can learn how to Build Websites, Engineer Robots, Improve Skills in Fortnite, Overwatch or League of Legends, Interact with Artificial Intelligence, Design Cool Graphics, Improve Esports Skills and Learn Safe Practices For Gaming, Design for Virtual Reality, Encrypt/Decrypt Using Ciphers, Build Computers, Write Code in Java and Python, Become YouTube Casters, Produce Film and TV, Design Arcade Games, Develop Apps, and so much more!

#1 Tech Camp!  At Camp Tech Revolution, camp is filled with experiential, hands-on learning, collaboration, excitement, and cutting-edge majors and minors.  Curricula is designed for beginner, intermediate, and advanced campers in all age groups, and campers can progress each week. With a staff to camper ratio of 1:8 or better, Camp Tech Revolution is the premier NYC-area tech camp experience for campers ages 7 to 14.  Are you a tech enthusiast?  If so, check out Camp Tech Revolution… you belong here!

We’ve Got You Covered.  Camp is in session from July 8th to August 16th, 2019 (Monday through Friday). Regular camp hours from 9am to 5pm with an early arrival option at 8am and an extended day option until 6pm, catered lunch program, sports at recess, camp cheers, red carpet events on Fridays, and lots of learning and fun all week. See below for full details!

Campers may register for one week or multiple weeks of camp.

The #1 STEM Camp Experience
Discover A Passion.
Build Your Skills.
Unlock Your Potential.

Early/Multi-Week Tuition Promo

Available until March 1st, 2019

Camper's 1st Week
Camper's 2nd Week
Camper's 3rd Week
Camper's 4th Week
Camper's 5th Week
Camper's 6+ Weeks
Camp Tuition
$829
$809
$804
$799
$794
$789
Savings
Save $20 off Camper's 1st Week
Save $40 off Camper's 2nd Week
Save $45 off Camper's 3rd Week
Save $50 off Camper's 4th Week
Save $55 off Camper's 5th Week
Save $60 off Camper's 6+ Weeks
Total Savings
$20
$60
$105
$155
$210
$270+
Camper's 1st Week
Camp Tuition
Savings
Total Savings
$829
Save $20 off Camper's 1st Week
$20
Camper's 2nd Week
Camp Tuition
Savings
Total Savings
$809
Save $40 off Camper's 2nd Week
$60
Camper's 3rd Week
Camp Tuition
Savings
Total Savings
$804
Save $45 off Camper's 3rd Week
$105
Camper's 4th Week
Camp Tuition
Savings
Total Savings
$799
Save $50 off Camper's 4th Week
$155
Camper's 5th Week
Camp Tuition
Savings
Total Savings
$794
Save $55 off Camper's 5th Week
$210
Camper's 6+ Weeks
Camp Tuition
Savings
Total Savings
$789
Save $60 off Camper's 6+ Weeks
$270+
Early/Multi Week Discount - Details

•  This discount is tallied on a per-camper basis.
•  Tuition must be paid in full by March 1, 2019 to receive this discount.
•  Example = If you register for 4 weeks of camp for 1 child, you will save $20 off of the first week, $40 off of the second week, $45 off of the third week, and $50 off of the 4th week.  Your total savings will be $155.

Free Early Arrival/Extended Day Promotion

FREE Early Arrival and Extended Day for campers enrolled in 4+ weeks!

•  Promotion Available until March 1, 2019.
•  Savings are up to $100 per week depending on your location.
•  Limited availability.  Spots could sell out at your location before March 1, 2019.
•  Early Arrival begins at 8am and Extended Day is until 6pm.
•  The number of weeks is counted on a per camper basis.
•  Early Arrival and Extended Day will automatically be added to qualifying reservations within 5 business days – please do not book early arrival and extended day options during registration.
•  Free early arrival and extended day cannot be used for Basketball Camp, Soccer Camp, Prime Time Sports Camp, or Exploration Day Camp.
•  The value of early arrival and extended day cannot be applied towards other camp tuition or fees and will not be refunded if unused.

Additional Sibling Discount

SAVE $20/Week for Each Additional Sibling

•  This discount is applied to each additional sibling after the 1st child (applies to 2nd, 3rd child etc…) The 1st sibling is the child signed up for the most weeks of camp.
•  The Additional Sibling Discount applies to siblings registered for full week, full days of camp only (Monday to Friday).
•  The Additional Sibling Discount combines with the Early/Multi-Week Discount.
•  The discount will be awarded as a refund within 14 days of registration.

Referral Program

•  Receive a $50 referral credit in your Lavner Camps’ Account for the next camp season (Summer 2020) for each “new family” you refer who registers their child for at least one full week of Lavner Camps during Summer 2019 (Monday to Friday, full days only).
•  If you refer four (4) or more families, your referral fees increase from $50 per family to $100 per family!
•  A “New Family” is a family that has never registered a child for a Lavner Camps summer camp or year-round program.
•  The new family must list your name on the “referred by” line on their online camper registration form.  A new family can only list one referral source.
•  Two new families cannot refer each other – in this case, only one family can be awarded the referral fee.
•  To be eligible for a referral credit, you must also send a child to Lavner Camps in Summer 2019 for at least one week (full week, full days).
•  Referrals are unlimited and are awarded in October 2019 in your Lavner Camps’ Account.  You will be notified by email once your referral credit(s) are awarded!
•  The family tallying the most referrals for Summer 2019 will receive one (1) free week of camp at any of our day camps for Summer 2020!
•  Referral credits are not transferable and can only be used for Summer 2020 with a minimum booking of one full week (full days) of camp.

Flexible Payment Options

Customizable Payment Plans Available

•  In Full: Pay tuition in full.
•  50/50 Option: Pay the first 50% at the time of registration and the final 50% on March 1, 2019.  This option will activate an automatic pay on March 1, 2019.
•  50%, 25%, 25% Option:  Pay the first 50% at the time of registration, 25% on February 1, 2019, and the final 25% on March 1, 2019. This option will activate an automatic pay on February 1, 2019 and March 1, 2019.
•  1/3, 1/3, 1/3 Option: Pay the first 1/3 at the time of registration, 1/3 on February 1, 2019, and the final 1/3 on March 1, 2019. This option will activate an automatic pay on February 1, 2019 and March 1, 2019.
•  Please Note: If you choose to pay in installments, the Early Registration discount is only effective if all payments are received by the Early Registration deadline of March 1, 2019.  If your final payment is not processed by the Early Registration deadline on March 1, 2019, you are still eligible for Additional Sibling Discounts, Multi-Week Discount, and the Referral Program (if applicable).
•  Payments made by cash should be dropped off at our year-round office when registration is made, and a receipt will be provided.
•  Other payment plans can be arranged upon request (i.e. 25% payment, 25% payment, 25% payment, 25% payment) by calling our year-round office at (888) 854-CAMP (2267) or emailing [email protected].

Summer Camp Schedule

Regular camp hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Early Arrival: 8am to 9am ($10/day). Extended Day – 5pm to 6pm ($10/day).
Lunch option available ($49/week).

Weekly Camps - Ages 7 to 14
July
8-12
July
15-19
July
22-26
July
29-Aug 2
Aug
5-9
Aug
12-16
Innovators Majors
Esports Academy – Madden & FIFA
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Intro to Coding with Scratch
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
National Minecraft™ Tournaments
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
National Roblox Tournaments
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Next Generation Minecraft™
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Next Level Coding with Python™
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Platform Game Design
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Roblox with Game Design & Competitions
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Robotics & Artificial Intelligence
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Robotics & Technology with LEGO® EV3®
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Roller Coaster Design with STEM Education
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
YouTube Video Production
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Innovators Minors
Cyber Security and Cryptography
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Digital Music Production
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Esports Academy – Madden & FIFA
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Graphic Design – Apparel
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Intro to Coding 101
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Minecraft™ Video Production for YouTube®
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Spy Tech
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Open
Open
Women Leaders in Tech
Ages 7-10
Course Description >
Open
Game Changers Majors
Coding & Apps with Python™
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Coding Apps with C++
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Computer Programming with Java™
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Esports Academy – Madden & FIFA
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
National Minecraft™ Tournament
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
National Roblox Tournament
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Robotics & Artificial Intelligence
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Robotics & Engineering with VEX® IQ
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Game Changers Minors
Cyber Security and Cryptography
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Digital Music Production
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Esports Academy – Madden & FIFA
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Graphic Design – Apparel
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Minecraft™ for YouTube®
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Sports Analytics with Java
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Spy Technology & Surveillance
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Open
Open
Women Leaders in Tech
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
YouTube Video Production
Ages 11-14
Course Description >
Open
Open
Open
Innovators Majors
Esports Academy – Madden & FIFA
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Build Skills.  Learn Strategy.  Compete.  Game On.

Do you know the difference between a Base 4-3 and a Tampa-2 defense? Can you perfectly time your shots in FIFA to get extra power and accuracy? It’s time for boot camp! In this major you can improve your skills, learn strategy, and play tournaments all while having a blast in a dynamic and social environment. At Camp you’ll work on 5 major areas: 1. Safe practices (stretches, exercises, mental breaks); 2. Improving skills and knowledge; 3. Practice gameplay; 4. Drafting, coaching, and designing plays; and 5. End of Week Tournaments.

Intro to Coding with Scratch
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
July 22-26 Open

Get a Head Start in the World of Coding.

Welcome to the amazing world of programming with Scratch, where campers gain great experience with computer science! Campers use Scratch, a program created by the MIT Media Lab, to code, create, and share projects. Scratch uses a programming language that is in easy to understand English and created for its own platform. By moving and combining blocks of code, campers develop their own programs to create super cool animation projects.

National Minecraft™ Tournaments
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Take Your Minecraft™ Skills National!

This major gives campers the opportunity to learn and develop Minecraft™ skills for event and tournament play, with tournaments taking place each day. Each morning, campers work on skills, followed by tournaments and events. Events include Building Competitions (create detailed structures, utilize redstone), Arena Competitions (PVP (player vs. player) and TVT (team vs. team) – conquer the arena), Mini-Games (parkour, spleef, capture the flag and more…), and Survival Challenges (survive, gather resources, build a colony)

National Roblox Tournaments
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Take your Roblox Skills National!

It’s time to take your Roblox Skills National! Campers compete in exciting events like Ninja Obstacle Course, Epic Survival, Battle Blox, and Freeze Tag. Campers work together throughout the week to compete against other Lavner Camps National Roblox Tournament Week teams across the country at over 20 locations throughout the United States! Campers learn teamwork, cooperation, and the importance of sharing and implementing ideas, as they compete in events. All competitions will be held on our own private VIP servers.

Next Generation Minecraft™
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
July 22-26 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Stretch Your Imagination.  Work in an Exciting Multiplayer Environment.  Have a Blast at one of the World’s Leading Minecraft™ Camps.

Set the stage for a challenging quest, a fast paced adventure, a legendary tale, and more when creating your own 3D world using Minecraft™! Campers team up to customize their own Adventure Maps and shape their own gameplay experience. Campers strategically tailor unique biomes that provide players with challenges and rewards, utilize Redstone to create secret tunnels, traps, and security features, build safe havens with resources that help players move successfully throughout the game, and learn how to install mods that allow campers to create distinct qualities within their Minecraft™ game. Competitions take place throughout the camp week, and a major Friday Tournament takes place each week!

Next Level Coding with Python™
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 29-Aug 2 Open

Python Is A Powerful Programming Language That Can Help You Impact The World.

Did you know that sites like YouTube®, Instagram™, and Dropbox™ are coded in Python™? In this major, campers learn how to program in Python™ and create awesome projects. During the week, campers create at least one smaller project like a Coin Flipping Simulator, a Magic 8 Ball, an Automatic Sentence Generator, a Weather Predictor App, or a Code Breaking Wizard, and one large project like a text based Escape Game, RPG Game or Adventure Game! Campers also learn how to program graphics and may learn about computer programs that use Artificial Intelligence! Campers learn how to think like professional programmers while improving their logical thinking skills along the way.

Platform Game Design
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 22-26 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Don’t Just Play Games…Create Them.

Campers learn programming logic and design skills, and create a variety of different games – Brick Breaker, Space Invaders, Platform Adventure Games (Space Adventures, Jungle Escapes, Race Cars, Snowboarding Sports, Laser Domes) and more! For beginner, intermediate, and advanced campers.

Roblox with Game Design & Competitions
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 29-Aug 2 Open

Build Skills.  Compete.  Have Fun.  Repeat.

With over 70 million users worldwide, Roblox is one of the fastest growing trends in Digital Game Design and Game Play. Learn how to develop your own game using Roblox Studios! Add awesome features such as scoreboards, time clocks, traps, pick up items, or customized terrain. With so many options to add, campers will create a game that is unique, fast paced and fun! Throughout the week, campers also engage in awesome multiplayer competitions using our own, private VIP servers!

Robotics & Artificial Intelligence
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
July 22-26 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Uncover the Exciting World of AI.  Unlock Space Missions.  Discover The Future.

Use artificial intelligence to carry out a series of fun space missions! Artificial intelligence is an exciting new forefront of technology that is changing the way we live. At camp, we use space missions to explore AI topics while getting engaging and fun hands on experience with artificially intelligent robots, programs, and code! Campers interact with and learn about artificially intelligent programs, meet artificially intelligent robots CHiP® and COZMO™, experiment with easy to understand Scratch AI programs to gain an understanding of how AI is written, and program their own virtual battle bot with Java™! No programming experience required!

Robotics & Technology with LEGO® EV3®
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Robotics Camp Is Epic.  Build.  Code.  Compete.  Have Fun.

Robotics offers a great mix of experiential, hands-on learning through building, coding, participating in challenges, and more! Utilizing the latest LEGO® MINDSTORMS® technology, campers configure, program, and control their very own robots. The EV3® platform allows for hundreds of designs while our instructors provide limitless learning. Campers put their technical and creative skills to use by not only building and programming their own robots, but also competing in challenges and our ROBOWARS tournament! Open to beginner, intermediate, and advanced robotics campers.

Roller Coaster Design with STEM Education
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Create Your Own Model Roller Coasters.

Using K’NEX® roller coaster kits, roller coaster simulators, and Minecraft™, build incredible, model-sized roller coasters and digitally design roller coaster simulations on PCs. In addition to improving skills in design, building, and creativity, campers also learn about gravity, mass, inertia, velocity, centripetal acceleration, speed, kinetic and potential energy, compressed air systems, and much more!

YouTube Video Production
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open

Create and Edit Your Own YouTube Videos.  Do Something Amazing.

In the YouTube® Video Production Major, campers will master the exciting process of creating a successful vlog! Campers will identify an audience, create a brand, brainstorm a creative format, produce and edit engaging content, and tailor a video for YouTube®. Valuable skills like optimizing SEO, managing online reviews, and embedding vlogs into websites and social platforms are also covered in this exciting program! Utilizing the hands-on format of this course, campers will create everything they need to launch their own YouTube® channel. Sample topics include Minecraft™ Tutorials, Video Game Walkthroughs, Technology Unboxing, Product Reviews, How-To Videos, and so much more!

Innovators Minors
Cyber Security and Cryptography
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Thwart the Next Big Cyber Attack.

Campers learn how to keep information and websites secure. Learn about encryption and decryption and program your own cipher in Scratch! Find out what makes passwords, websites, and networks safe. At the end of the week take home your own cipher program so you can send and receive secret messages to and from your family and friends!

Digital Music Production
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
July 22-26 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Make Your Own Digital Tracks.

Learn and develop the skills to create incredible music. Work with hundreds of musical options in an innovative experience where you can drop tracks like a pro. Create, mix, and produce songs in a variety of genres. Studio jam sessions take place during the week, and campers drop their final tracks on Friday at our Music R3volution Showcase!

Esports Academy – Madden & FIFA
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Build Skills.  Learn Strategy.  Compete.  Game On.

Do you know the difference between a Base 4-3 and a Tampa-2 defense? Can you perfectly time your shots in FIFA to get extra power and accuracy? It’s time for boot camp! In this minor you can improve your skills, learn strategy, and play tournaments all while having a blast in a dynamic and social environment. At Camp you’ll work on 5 major areas: 1. Safe practices (stretches, exercises, mental breaks); 2. Improving skills and knowledge; 3. Practice gameplay; 4. Drafting, coaching, and designing plays; and 5. End of Week Tournaments.

Graphic Design – Apparel
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open

The Next Big Brand Could be Created By You.

This is your chance to create your own clothing brand and produce two customized T-Shirts. Build the technical skills needed to create designs that communicate messages and leave lasting visual impressions. Learn about typography, use pure design elements like colors, shapes, and images, and create clean and effective products. Create a logo and designs that can be placed on hats, t-shirts, hoodies, socks and more. On Friday, showcase your portfolio to the camp!

Intro to Coding 101
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 22-26 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Get A Head Start In The World of Coding.

Using Scratch, campers script a short animated film, design characters and backgrounds, and learn coding to bring it all together. Campers complete one animated film and a Film Screening Event will take place on Friday. Campers also leave with their projects at the end of the week!

Minecraft™ Video Production for YouTube®
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Create Awesome Minecraft Videos.

Do you want to be a YouTube® caster, have your own Minecraft™ YouTube® Channel, and vlog like a pro?! Learn many aspects of the digital movie production industry: ideating and creating content, researching, scripting, filming, screen captures, using special effects, promoting your channel, gaining likes and shares, and lots more! Gain experience with OBS Studio software – we’ll even provide you with a headset for your show!

Spy Tech
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
July 15-19 Open
July 22-26 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Attention Agents:

Are you ready for your next mission? This high energy course teaches campers about the history of international spies, their tactics, and how modern-day technology has transformed the industry. Campers learn spy tactics and work with spy technology using drones/drone simulators, spy bots, Surveillance and traps in Minecraft™ using Redstone, Encryption/Decryption with Ciphers via Python™ or Scratch, and Morse Code.

Women Leaders in Tech
Ages 7-10
View Dates Course Description
Aug 12-16 Open

Take Charge of Your Future.

Follow the path of historic women leaders in tech and learn from their example. Work on code, encryption, game design, and more as you learn about women who changed technology forever. Work through projects based on historical female leaders in tech from the Bletchley Park Code Crackers who decrypted German codes in World War II; to Carol Shaw, the first female video game designer; to Radia Perlman, the “Mother of the internet.”

Game Changers Majors
Coding & Apps with Python™
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open

Python Is A Powerful Programming Language That Can Help You Impact The World.

Sites like YouTube®, Instagram™, and Dropbox™ are coded in Python™… Now is YOUR chance to learn how to code in Python™ with a focus on cool apps and projects! During the week, you will code at least one smaller project like a Fortune Telling Genie, Gaming Tips Provider, Virtual Calendar, Baby Namer, Spy Decoder, Mini Calculator, or a Homework Helper, and one larger project like a text based Choose Your Own Adventure Game with graphical features!

Coding Apps with C++
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 22-26 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Code The Next Generation of Awesome.

C++ is used everywhere from video game engines and video editing software to operating systems and office applications. Google, Facebook, Youtube®, and Amazon all make use of C++ in their back-end systems. In addition to learning general programming concepts, you’ll also learn about memory management using pointers; compilers, linkers, and loaders; platform specific compiling; size of data types; and much more!

Computer Programming with Java™
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Get A Head Start in Coding This Summer.

Campers learn about the logic, planning, and calculations that go into building Java™ programs. By the end of the week, have an understanding of the Java™ language and a better grasp of computer languages as a whole. Main Camp Projects may include a tower defense, a tic-tac-toe game, a quiz game, superpong, a platformer game, a calculator, or a graphical choose your own adventure game. Mini projects may include a coin flipping simulator, a magic 8 ball, automatic sentence generator, a silly name generator, a Pig Latin translator, and a pig dice game. Learn valuable skills in Java™ and maybe parlay it into an awesome job as a computer programmer, game developer, or engineer!

Esports Academy – Madden & FIFA
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 22-26 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open

Build Skills.  Learn Strategy.  Compete.  Game On.

Do you know the difference between a Base 4-3 and a Tampa-2 defense? Can you perfectly time your shots in FIFA to get extra power and accuracy? It’s time for boot camp! In this major you can improve your skills, learn strategy, and play tournaments all while having a blast in a dynamic and social environment. At Camp you’ll work on 5 major areas: 1. Safe practices (stretches, exercises, mental breaks); 2. Improving skills and knowledge; 3. Practice gameplay; 4. Drafting, coaching, and designing plays; and 5. End of Week Tournaments.

National Minecraft™ Tournament
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Take Your Minecraft™ Skills National!

This major gives campers the opportunity to learn and develop Minecraft™ skills for event and tournament play, with tournaments taking place each day. Each morning, campers practice skill development, followed by tournaments and events. Events include Building Competitions (create detailed structures, utilize redstone), Arena Competitions (PVP (player vs. player) and TVT (team vs. team) – conquer the arena), Mini-Games (parkour, spleef, capture the flag and more…), and Survival Challenges (survive, gather resources, build a colony)! On Monday through Wednesday, local tournaments are held within camp, and National tournaments take place on Thursday and Friday.

National Roblox Tournament
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Take your Roblox Skills National!

Campers compete in exciting events like: Ninja Obstacle Course, Epic Survival, Battle Blox, Freeze Tag. Campers work together throughout the week to compete against other Lavner Camps National Roblox Tournament Week teams across the country at over 20 locations throughout the United States! Campers learn teamwork, cooperation, and the importance of sharing and implementing ideas, as they compete in events. All competitions will be held on our own private VIP servers.

Robotics & Artificial Intelligence
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
July 22-26 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Uncover the Exciting World of AI.  Unlock Space Missions.  Discover The Future.

Campers use space missions to explore AI topics while getting engaging and fun hands on experience with artificially intelligent robots, programs, and code! Campers interact with and learn about artificially intelligent programs, meet artificially intelligent robots CHiP® and COZMO™, experiment with easy to understand Scratch AI programs to gain an understanding of how AI is written, and program their own virtual battle bot with Java™! No programming experience required.

Robotics & Engineering with VEX® IQ
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Next-Level Robotics.

VEX® IQ allows campers to build more complex robots with more motors (12 ports!), advanced gears and pulley systems, better sensors, and enhanced controllability. These robots also make use of both a vertical programming language similar to Scratch, and RobotC, the standard for educational robotics and competitions. Some important concepts learned through hands-on experience are force and motion, design and problem solving, mechanical advantage, gear ratios, circumference and arcs, pulley systems, and teamwork. Campers are divided into teams to complete assigned challenges, and compete in a camp-held Robotics Tournament at the end of each week!

Game Changers Minors
Cyber Security and Cryptography
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Thwart the Next Big Cyber Attack.

Campers learn how to keep information and websites secure. Learn about encryption and decryption and program your own cipher in Scratch! Find out what makes passwords, websites, and networks safe. At the end of the week take home your own cipher program so you can send and receive secret messages to and from your family and friends!

Digital Music Production
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
July 22-26 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Make Your Own Digital Tracks.

Learn and develop the skills to create incredible music. Work with hundreds of musical options in an innovative experience where you can drop tracks like a pro. Create, mix, and produce songs in a variety of genres. Studio jam sessions take place during the week, and campers drop their final tracks on Friday at our Music R3volution Showcase!

Esports Academy – Madden & FIFA
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Build Skills.  Learn Strategy.  Compete.  Game On.

Do you know the difference between a Base 4-3 and a Tampa-2 defense? Can you perfectly time your shots in FIFA to get extra power and accuracy? It’s time for boot camp! In this minor you can improve your skills, learn strategy, and play tournaments all while having a blast in a dynamic and social environment. At Camp you’ll work on 5 major areas: 1. Safe practices (stretches, exercises, mental breaks); 2. Improving skills and knowledge; 3. Practice gameplay; 4. Drafting, coaching, and designing plays; and 5. End of Week Tournaments.

Graphic Design – Apparel
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open

The Next Big Brand Could be Created By You.

This is your chance to create your own clothing brand and produce two customized T-Shirts. Build the technical skills needed to create designs that communicate messages and leave lasting visual impressions. Learn about typography, use pure design elements like colors, shapes, and images, and create clean and effective products. Create a logo and designs that can be placed on hats, t-shirts, hoodies, socks and more. On Friday, showcase your portfolio to the camp!

Minecraft™ for YouTube®
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 15-19 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Create Awesome Minecraft Videos.

Do you want to be a YouTube® caster, have your own Minecraft™ YouTube® Channel, and vlog like a pro?! Learn many aspects of the digital movie production industry: ideating and creating content, researching, scripting, filming, screen captures, using special effects, promoting your channel, gaining likes and shares, and lots more! Gain experience with OBS Studio software – we’ll even provide you with a headset for your show!

Sports Analytics with Java
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 22-26 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Be Your Own GM.  Learn Advanced Stats.  Dominate Fantasy Sports.

Which player should be drafted in the first round? How much does home-field advantage really matter? Is it worth going for a touchdown on fourth and goal? Why are so many teams increasing the number of 3 pointers they attempt in a game? Learn how to answer these kinds of questions and more. In addition, use the power of computer programming to code a Java™ program that assigns a Player Efficiency Rating (PER) using a model that you create yourself. Along with learning how to analyze stats and make theories and assertions, campers will participate in an All-Camp Fantasy Baseball League and put their skills to work!

Spy Technology & Surveillance
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
July 15-19 Open
July 22-26 Open
July 29-Aug 2 Open
Aug 12-16 Open

Attention Agents:

This action-packed minor teaches the history of international spies, their tactics, and how modern-day technology has transformed the industry. Learn spy tactics and work with spy technology using drones and flight simulators, spy bots, Surveillance and Redstone traps in Minecraft™, Encryption/Decryption with Ciphers via Python™, and Morse Code. On Friday, campers engage in Spy Competitions!

Women Leaders in Tech
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
Aug 12-16 Open

Take Charge of Your Future.

Follow the path of historic women leaders in tech and learn from their example. Work on code, encryption, game design, and more as you learn about women who changed technology forever. Work through projects based on historical female leaders in tech from the Bletchley Park Code Crackers who decrypted German codes in World War II; to Carol Shaw, the first female video game designer; to Radia Perlman, the “Mother of the internet.”

YouTube Video Production
Ages 11-14
View Dates Course Description
July 8-12 Open
July 22-26 Open
Aug 5-9 Open

Create and Edit Your Own YouTube Videos.  Do Something Amazing.

Campers will master the exciting process of creating a successful vlog! Campers will identify an audience, create a brand, brainstorm a creative format, produce engaging content, and tailor a video for YouTube®. Utilizing the hands-on format of this course, campers will create everything they need to launch their own YouTube® channel. Sample topics include Minecraft™ Tutorials, Video Game Walkthroughs, Technology Unboxing, Product Reviews, How-To Videos, and so much more!

General Information

Welcome to our general information section for camp. Click on the headings to the right to access camp information by topic. If you have any questions please feel free to contact our camp specialists at [email protected]888.854.CAMP (2267), or the website chat in the bottom right.  We enjoy helping families plan incredible summer experiences for their children and look forward to assisting you!

***You can register for one or multiple weeks at any camp. If you register for multiple weeks in the same camp, you will move up in curriculum.  If you would like any assistance with scheduling camps for your child(ren), please let us know!***

Camp Hours

Camp Hours:

Regular Camp Day:  The Regular Camp Day is from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

Early Arrival & Extended Day Options: An Early Arrival option is available from 8:00am to 9:00am ($10/day) and an Extended Day option is available from 5:00pm to 6:00pm ($10/day).

Camp Registration

Camp registration is completed online by clicking the “REGISTER NOW!” button above.

To begin registration, create a login ID (your email address) and password so you can check your account and camp schedule with us at any time.  If you already have a Lavner Camps account, you can login using this information.  Once logged in, complete your household information, schedule your camp weeks and sessions, apply any applicable discounts, complete your registration form, and submit payment.

If paying by credit card or by E-Check, please do so online.  Any payments by cash must be made in person, please contact us to make arrangements.  Now that we accept E-Check, we do not accept payment by check in the mail.

There is a one-time $20 registration fee per child for the 2019 camp year.

If you have any questions or issues regarding registration, please call our year-round office at 888.854.CAMP (2267) or email us at [email protected] for assistance.  If you choose to email us, please provide your phone number and the location/camp weeks you wish to register for (we will hold these spots for you for three business days).

Consent Form

Registration for camp is completed online (by clicking the “Register Now!” button at the top of the website).  When registering, you must complete the entire Camper Registration Form for each child, which contains a consent form that must be signed by the parent and/or legal guardian of the camper.  If you registered over the phone, our office will start your registration, but you still need to complete your registration online which includes completing/submitting the Camper Registration Form.  If you do not complete our consent form but send your child to camp, this is considered implied consent to the terms and conditions listed in our consent form.  If you are having trouble accessing online registration, you must print the consent form and scan/email it to [email protected] prior to your child attending camp.  The consent form constitutes the entire agreement and no section of the consent form may be waived by any other writings or methods of communication.

Camp Medical Form

Families must complete and submit the medical form provided below or provide us with the health form that was submitted to your child’s school for their current school year.  Please upload your camper health form to your online account or scan/email your form to [email protected], prior to your child’s first scheduled day of camp.

Camper-Health-History-Form

Minimum Grade Requirement

The minimum grade requirement for CAMP TECH REVOLUTION is the completion of 1st grade by June, 2019.

Camp Tuition

Please visit your Location Page for tuition at your camp location.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation on or before March 1, 2019: If you need to cancel your child’s enrollment, you must notify us in writing via email by March 1, 2019 to [email protected] in order to receive a partial refund of your camp payment.  Cancellations on or before March 1, 2019 will result in a partial refund of 90% of camp tuition paid.  Cancellations by March 1, 2019 are only accepted by request via email to [email protected].

Cancellation after March 1, 2019:  All tuition payments for camp are non-refundable after March 1, 2019 regardless of any reason for cancellation.  Camp payments include all payments toward camp including but not limited to regular camp hours, early arrival, extended day, private lessons, and lunch.

We do not provide make up days for missed days of camp, “no-shows”, or missed lessons regardless of reason.

Registration Fee:  The $20 registration fee for each camper is non-refundable once the registration fee is paid.

Change of Camp Weeks

Changing Camp Schedule on or before May 1, 2019: If you wish to change your child’s camp week(s) on or before May 1st, 2019, Lavner Camps will accommodate this request for no charge, however the new camp dates requested are subject to availability.  We do our best to accommodate all requests.

Changing Camp Schedule after May 1, 2019: If you wish to change your child’s camp week after May 1st, 2019 there is a $25.00 change fee (per camp week) per child, and placement into a new camp week(s) is subject to availability.

A change of camp week pertains to either a change of dates, change of camp, or change of location.

A Change of Week must be made by the Tuesday (5:00pm) prior to the upcoming camp week to be granted.

Change of Camp Week requests must be made directly to our year-round office by emailing [email protected].

Change of weeks can only be made within the same summer (a camp week in Summer 2019 can only be changed to another camp week in 2019).

Camp Packets

Camp Packets include additional information specific to each location.  Packets will include detailed information for your location, week and courses (Majors/Minors).  Additional information included in camp packets are: Arrival/Departure information, what to bring to camp, campus maps and directions, meals, and more… Camp Packets will be available by May 1, 2019!

Snack Period

A snack period is offered each day for 15 minutes to give a chance for campers to take a break, eat a tasty snack, and to socialize!  Campers should bring their own, nut-free snack to camp.

Recess Period

A recess period is offered each day following lunch.  Recess can consist of games providing options for exercise, team play, and lots of fun!  Recess is typically 45-50 minutes and and takes place outside, weather permitting.

Authorized Individuals to Pick Up a Camper

In order for an individual to pick up and sign out your child from camp, he/she must (1) be listed on your online Camper Registration Form as an authorized individual to pick up your child and (2) present a valid driver’s license or government issued photo ID.  The Camper Registration Form is the form you completed during online registration, and the question pertaining to Authorized Individuals to drop off/pick up is on the first page of this form.  All Authorized Individuals must be listed on your Camper Registration Form by the Friday prior to your child’s  upcoming camp week.  All amendments of authorized individuals (additions or deletions) must be made by the primary account holder on the Camper Registration Form.  To login to your account, click on “My Account!” at the top of the website.

Authorization For Staff to Apply Sunscreen

If you would like to authorize our staff to apply sunscreen on your child, you can do so on your online Camper Registration Form. Authorization must be made by the Friday prior to your child’s upcoming camp week and campers must bring their own sunscreen to camp.  Your child’s sunscreen must have his or her name and application instructions attached.

Extended Hours

Early arrival and extended day are provided at all camp locations.

Early Arrival is from 8:00am to 9:00am.  If you drop off your child prior to 8:45am it is considered Early Arrival and your account will be billed for early arrival (if not previously registered for early arrival).

Extended Day is from 5:00pm to 6:00pm. If you pick up your child after 5:15pm it is consider Extended Day and your account will be billed for extended day (if not previously registered for extended day).

Early Arrival/Extended Day:

If you would like to book Early Arrival, and/or Extended Day please do so by the Friday prior to your child’s upcoming camp week.  If you need to add any of these options during the camp week, please send your request  directly to [email protected] and we will do our best to accommodate you (and will charge your credit card on file).

If your child attends Early Arrival or Extended Day and it was not previously scheduled and paid for, our office reserves the right to bill your account and charge your credit card on file.

While we do ask that you book in advance, we are flexible and will work to accommodate your requests for early arrival/extended day even if made during the camp week!

Optional Lunch Program

Families have the option of purchasing lunch or packing lunch for their child.

If a child has a food allergy, the child’s family is required to pack lunch each day for this child, and lunch may not be purchased through camp.  Our third party food service vendors are not able to guarantee that the lunches are free from food allergens and/or free from any cross contamination.

If you decide to purchase lunch you can do so online during registration or can log back into your account and purchase lunch until the Friday prior to the start of the camp week.  Depending upon the location, lunches are ordered from area restaurants, caterers, and/or the university or school cafeteria.

If you are packing a lunch, please make sure all food items are nut-free.

Nut-Aware Camp

For the safety of our campers, we are a Nut-Aware camp.  Please do not send any nut products to camp with your child.  While we are a “Nut-Aware” camp, we cannot guarantee a nut-free environment.

Medication Storage and Administration

For the safety of our campers, all drugs (medications) are stored under lock and key except when in the controlled possession of the person responsible for administering them.  For prescription drugs (medication), they are given only under the specific instruction/directions of a licensed physician.  For nonprescription drugs (medication), they are given under the signed instructions of the parents or legal guardian or signed instructions from the camper’s physician.

Online Household Information

When you create your online account with Lavner Camps, please make sure to include your address and any important contact phone numbers (home, cell, work) and additional/emergency contacts.

CAMP TECH R3VOLUTION™ Apparel

Free t-shirt:  Every camper receives one white “TECH R3VOLUTION™” t-shirt.

Additional Camp Tech Revolution and Lavner Camps apparel is available for purchase from The Lavner Camps Store at any time.

Behavioral Policy

Lavner Camps reserves the absolute right to dismiss a camper without refund for any behavior (1) that threatens or endangers the welfare and/or the safety of any camper, instructor, or any other person involved with the camp, (2) is disruptive to the overall camp environment, which interferes with the beneficial use and enjoyment by campers and staff, or (3) for any form of bullying of other campers or disrespectful behavior to camp authority.

Lavner Camps emphasizes a safe, fun, and healthy camp environment that fosters learning and friendship, and appropriate camp behavior is essential to a great overall experience for everyone involved.  It is imperative that every camper feels included, safe, and part of our camp community.

Camp Electronic Device Policy

Campers are not permitted to use cell phones, personal computers, or any other electronic devices that connect to the internet while at camp except for camp owned computers used for camp purposes.  “While at camp” pertains to all times that a camper is on location at camp.  If you would like to get in touch with your child during the camp day, please contact our onsite camp director.  The onsite camp director’s contact information (name, phone, and email) will be listed on the chalkboard at the sign in location.  During the camp week, you may also contact our central office ([email protected] or 888.854.2267) to obtain the contact information for the onsite director.  Additionally, if your child would like to contact you during the camp day, he/she may contact you through the camp director or camp instructor.

Project Completion

We strive to have every camper complete the project minimums for each camp per the camp descriptions, however, this also requires the active participation and attendance of the camper.

Personal Property Policy

Campers may bring personal items/equipment to camp, but Lavner Camps is not responsible or liable for any personal equipment that is lost, stolen, or broken.

"Lost and Found" Policy

Lavner Camps is not responsible or liable for any personal items/equipment that is left behind at camp.  Lost and Found items/equipment may be held at camp until the last day of camp.  Any remaining Lost and Found items/equipment will be discarded/recycled at the end of the camp season.

Account Balances

If your child arrives at camp and you have an account balance, Lavner Camps reserves the right to process your credit card on file for the camp week.  After attending camp, if still have an account balance, Lavner Camps reserves the right to process your payment method on file during scheduled billing cycles.

New and Amended Camp Policies

To ensure a safe and productive camp environment, Lavner Camps reserves the right to add or amend camp policies at any time.  All current policies can be found at www.lavnercamps.com in real time.

Contact Information

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments you may have!

Office: 888.854.CAMP (2267)

Email: [email protected]

Website Chat

Camp Tuition & Discounts

Please visit your Location Page for tuition at your camp location

Regular Camp Hours – Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm

Early Arrival  8:00am to 9:00am ($10/day)

Extended Day – 5:00pm to 6:00pm ($10/day)

Lunch  $49/Week

There is a one-time $20 registration fee per child for the 2019 camp year.



Early/Multi Week Discount

•  This discount is tallied on a per-camper basis.
•  Tuition must be paid in full by March 1, 2019 to receive this discount.
•  Example = If you register for 4 weeks of camp for 1 child, you will save $20 off of the first week, $40 off of the second week, $45 off of the third week, and $50 off of the 4th week.  Your total savings will be $155.


Free Early Arrival/Extended Day Promotion

•  Savings are up to $100 per week depending on your location.
•  Limited availability.  Spots could sell out at your location before March 1, 2019.
•  Early Arrival begins at 8am and Extended Day is until 6pm.
•  The number of weeks is counted on a per camper basis.
•  Early Arrival and Extended Day will automatically be added to qualifying reservations within 5 business days – please do not book early arrival and extended day options during registration.
•  The value of early arrival and extended day cannot be applied towards other camp tuition or fees and will not be refunded if unused.


Additional Sibling Discount

•  This discount is applied to each additional sibling after the 1st child (applies to 2nd, 3rd child etc…) The 1st sibling is the child signed up for the most weeks of camp.
•  The Additional Sibling Discount applies to siblings registered for full week, full days of camp only (Monday to Friday).
•  The Additional Sibling Discount combines with the Early/Multi-Week Discount.
•  The discount will be awarded as a refund within 14 days of registration.


Referral Program

•  Receive a $50 referral credit in your Lavner Camps’ Account for the next camp season (Summer 2020) for each “new family” you refer who registers their child for at least one full week of Lavner Camps during Summer 2019 (Monday to Friday, full days only).
•  If you refer four (4) or more families, your referral fees increase from $50 per family to $100 per family!
•  A “New Family” is a family that has never registered a child for a Lavner Camps summer camp or year-round program.
•  The new family must list your name on the “referred by” line on their online camper registration form.  A new family can only list one referral source.
•  Two new families cannot refer each other – in this case, only one family can be awarded the referral fee.
•  To be eligible for a referral credit, you must also send a child to Lavner Camps in Summer 2019 for at least one week (full week, full days).
•  Referrals are unlimited and are awarded in October 2019 in your Lavner Camps’ Account.  You will be notified by email once your referral credit(s) are awarded!
•  The family tallying the most referrals for Summer 2019 will receive one (1) free week of camp at any of our day camps for Summer 2020!
•  Referral credits are not transferable and can only be used for Summer 2020 with a minimum booking of one full week (full days) of camp.


Flexible Payment Options

•  In Full: Pay tuition in full.
•  50/50 Option: Pay the first 50% at the time of registration and the final 50% on March 1, 2019.  This option will activate an automatic pay on March 1, 2019.
•  50%, 25%, 25% Option:  Pay the first 50% at the time of registration, 25% on March 1, 2019, and the final 25% on April 1, 2019. This option will activate an automatic pay on March 1, 2019 and April 1, 2019.
•  1/3, 1/3, 1/3 Option: Pay the first 1/3 at the time of registration, 1/3 on March 1, 2019, and the final 1/3 on April 1, 2019. This option will activate an automatic pay on March 1, 2019 and April 1, 2019.
•  Please Note: If you choose to pay in installments, the Early Registration discount is only effective if all payments are received by the Early Registration deadline of March 1, 2019.  If your final payment is not processed by the Early Registration deadline on March 1, 2019, you are still eligible for Additional Sibling Discounts, Multi-Week Discount, and the Referral Program (if applicable).
•  Payments made by cash should be dropped off at our year-round office when registration is made, and a receipt will be provided.
•  Other payment plans can be arranged upon request (i.e. 25% payment, 25% payment, 25% payment, 25% payment) by calling our year-round office at (888) 854-CAMP (2267) or emailing [email protected].


TAX BENEFITS:

You may qualify for tax benefits through the dependent care credit for camp.  Don’t forget to check with your accountant to see if you qualify!


CANCELLATION POLICY:

Cancellation on or before March 1, 2019: If you need to cancel your child’s enrollment, you must notify us in writing via email by March 1, 2019 to [email protected] in order to receive a partial refund of your camp payment.  Cancellations on or before March 1, 2019 will result in a partial refund of 90% of camp tuition paid.  Cancellations by March 1, 2019 are only accepted by request via email to [email protected].

Cancellation after March 1, 2019:  All tuition payments for camp are non-refundable after March 1, 2019 regardless of any reason for cancellation.  Camp payments include all payments toward camp including but not limited to regular camp hours, early arrival, extended day, private lessons, and lunch.

We do not provide make up days for missed days of camp, “no-shows”, or missed lessons regardless of reason.

Registration Fee:  The $20 registration fee for each camper is non-refundable once the registration fee is paid.


CHANGE OF CAMP WEEKS:

Changing Camp Schedule on or before May 1, 2019: If you wish to change your child’s camp week(s) on or before May 1st, 2019, Lavner Camps will accommodate this request for no charge, however the new camp dates requested are subject to availability.  We do our best to accommodate all requests.

Changing Camp Schedule after May 1, 2019: If you wish to change your child’s camp week after May 1st, 2019 there is a $25.00 change fee (per camp week) per child, and placement into a new camp week(s) is subject to availability.

  • A change of camp week pertains to either a change of dates, change of camp, or change of location.
  • A Change of Week must be made by the Tuesday (5:00pm) prior to the upcoming camp week to be granted.
  • Change of Camp Week requests must be made directly to our year-round office by emailing [email protected].
  • Change of weeks can only be made within the same summer (a camp week in Summer 2019 can only be changed to another camp week in 2019).

A Sample Day at Camp

Camp days are fun and exciting, and no day is just “typical” at Camp Tech Revolution®.  However, it is important to have organization, structure, and a healthy mix of indoor and outdoor time!

Below is a sample schedule for our campers attending Camp Tech Revolution®.

Regular hours are 9am to 5pm. Early Arrival is available beginning at 8am, Extended Day is available until 6pm.

Sample Schedule For Innovators & Game Changers:

8:00am – 9:00am:  Early Arrival (optional)

8:45am – 9:00am:  Campers Arrive

9:00am – 12:00pm:  Camper Majors (snack break: 10:15am -10:30am)

12:00pm – 12:45pm:  Lunch

12:45pm – 1:30pm:  Supervised Recess

1:30pm – 3:00pm:  Majors Continued

3:00pm – 5:00pm:  Camper Minors

5:00pm – 5:15pm:  Campers

5:00pm – 6:00pm:  Extended Day (optional)

***Red Carpet Events are typically scheduled to commence at camp on Fridays between 4:30pm and 4:45pm.  While these events are open to campers and staff only, parents may take photos of their child(ren) in front the Red Carpet display at sign out time.***

Camp Packet

TECH R3VOLUTION® Camp Packets provide you with important “Need To Know” information about your camp and location.  Some information included in camp packets are: Arrival/Departure information, what to bring to camp, campus maps and directions, meals, and more…

Camp Packets for Summer 2019 will be available in the Spring!

Frequently Asked Questions

Our camp families ask us many great questions about our summer camps.  Below are a list of questions that are frequently asked.  If you have a question that is not listed, please send it our way!  

Question #1:  How much time do campers spend with their majors and minors?

Answer:  Campers will spend approximately 22.5 hours/week in their major and 10 hours/week in their minor.

Question #2:  What are your staff to camper ratios?

Answer:  Typically our ratios are 1 staff member to 8 campers… or better!  We strive to create a camp environment where campers receive excellent supervision and high levels of attention during instructional periods.

Question #3:  Who are your instructors?

Answer:  Our instructors are the very best out of a large pool of qualified applicants we consider. We hire less than 8% of applicants. Typically, our lead instructors consist of teachers, college professors, undergrad/grad students from excellent colleges/universities, and the occasional superstar student entering college in the fall. Assistant instructors typically consist of accomplished rising seniors. Our instructors are extremely knowledgeable in the subject area, passionate about working with kids, highly responsible, and all have cleared background checks. Instructors go through a rigorous orientation and training prior to the summer camp season and have constant support from on-site camp directors and our central office. We put them in a position to succeed… and they do!

Question #4:  Do you have an on-site camp director?

Answer:  Yes!  At least one on-site camp director manages Tech Revolution at each location. The director is trained to make sure that daily operations at camp are running smoothly, and is also CPR Certified & First Aid trained. Our camp director is available on site to answer your questions, and is available by phone and email if you need to communicate with him/her during the day.

Question #5:  Do campers usually attend for one week or more than one week?

Answer:  Camper attendance varies.  Most campers attend for multiple weeks, and can move up in curriculum if selecting the same major or minor for more than one week.  All of our majors and minors have multiple levels of curriculum and lots of additional activities and projects for all skill levels.

Question #6:  How do you group the campers at camp?

Answer:  Campers are grouped by age and placed in either the Innovators (Ages 7 to 10) or Game Changers (Ages 11 to 14) group. We run multiple levels of curriculum in each camp, allowing for campers to attend camp with us at any time during the summer and be placed appropriately in camp. This provides our camp families with maximum flexibility.

Question #7:  Do campers improve at camp?

Answer:  Yes! Campers receive concentrated time of approximately 32.5 hours in their major and minor. This amount of focused time, combined with our cutting-edge curriculum and high level instructors, allows our campers to greatly improve. They are also attending with other campers who share similar interests, which fosters learning through peer to peer interaction.

Question #8:  How do you keep camp fun?

Answer:  We hire fun and dynamic instructors! Campers are also selecting a major and minor that interests them. Numerous breaks are also incorporated throughout the day with opportunities for recreation and socialization. We offer a great balance of indoor and outdoor time, to make sure our campers have a chance to get fresh air, socialize, and play fun sports and games!

Question #9:  How do you create a safe camp environment?

Answer:  Camp safety is our #1 goal. We work hard all year to make sure our camp safety is top notch. Camp Tech Revolution is operated by Lavner Camps, the leading specialty camp provider in the United States. Lavner Camps is accredited by the American Camp Association (which has hundreds of guidelines for accreditation) in PA and NJ, and carries its standards to other states. We hire responsible staff and train them (including a written test of our detailed handbook/procedures), employ procedures that promote safety and supervision, and are in constant communication.

Question #10:  Why should we choose Lavner Camps and Camp Tech Revolution?

Answer:  At Lavner Camps, you will “experience the difference!”  Our mission is to provide the best camp experience available… and we do. Here are some of the things that we offer to provide a great camp experience:

Attention to Safety

Top-Notch Camp Locations

Excellent Staff

Innovative Specialty Offerings

“Cutting Edge” curriculum

A camp office that believes in excellent customer service and communication with our camp families

Extremely high retention rate of campers and growing each year, especially through word-of-mouth referrals.

Incredible media coverage – local and national!

Expert Leadership Team – Camp Professionals who drive our mission of camp excellence full-time, and bring years of summer camp experience and educational backgrounds from the University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, Penn Engineering, Cornell University, Brandeis University, Villanova University, EMU, UM – School of Education, Columbia University, Harvard University – Graduate School of Education and more!

A proven track record of thousands of campers who succeeded and love Lavner Camps!

and so much more…!

 

Additional Questions:  If you have any additional questions, please email us at [email protected].com, call our year-round office at 888.854.CAMP (2267), or send us a message on our website chat.  We welcome your questions and are happy to provide you with informative answers!

Top 10 Reasons to Attend Camp Tech Revolution®!

There are many reasons to attend Camp Tech Revolution®!  Here are our top 10 (in no particular order):

1.  We are passionate about our camp families and make every effort to ensure your child has a great summer!

2.  We value safety, learning, friendship, fun, and excellent camp quality. Our campers have the opportunity to make friends with similar interests and passions in a safe and dynamic environment.

3.  We provide a wide variety of uniquely specialized courses that allow our campers to focus on subject areas of interest and improve, or try something new!

4.  We develop innovative and cutting-edge curricula that put our campers in a position to succeed.  We ignite passion and learning at your child’s pace! Join us to see why thousands of campers love to participate and thrive at Camp Tech Revolution!

5.  We hire knowledgeable staff who are passionate about teaching, very experienced in the subject matter, and highly responsible. We hire the best because our campers deserve the best!

6.  We offer high quality camps at a great value.  We want your dollars to see dividends in your child’s happiness, improvement of skill sets, passion for learning, friendships gained, and being part of a great camp community.

7.  First-Class Camp Locations. Your child can have an awesome camp experience on a beautiful, spacious private school or university campus with great amenities.

8.  Excellent communication with camp families. We want to communicate with you to make sure your child gets into the Majors and Minors he or she wants, and to ensure that the camp experience is a great one.  Reach out to us any time…we are here to help!

9.  We employ a full-time Technology Department dedicated year-round to researching, developing, and delivering the best tech camps in the world. Our Expert Leadership Team has backgrounds from the University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, Penn Engineering, Cornell University, Brandeis University, Villanova University, EMU, UM – School of Education, Columbia University, Harvard University – Graduate School of Education and more, and drives excellence in everything we do!

10.  It starts at the top! Our owners, Justin and Michael Lavner, are extremely hands-on and passionate about offering our camp families the best experience possible, and providing our campers with incredible experiences that last a lifetime. Justin and Michael attended camp for many years as children, worked at camps, and eat, sleep, and breathe Lavner Camps and Camp Tech Revolution!

WE ARE CREATING A TECH REVOLUTION

What’s Included in Tuition?

All the equipment you need for an awesome week of camp!
Lavner Camps provides the equipment needed to ensure an excellent learning environment where our campers have the tools for success.

1:8 Staff to Camper Ratio at Camp.
A 1:8 staff-to-camper ratio and multiple levels of curricula ensure that all campers are able to grow at their own pace, are well supervised, and have fun.

A Tech Revolution Certificate of Excellence, Official T-shirt, and more!
Each camper leaves with a Tech Revolution Certificate of Excellence and and an Official Tech Revolution T-Shirt. Most campers also take home a final project (like a 3D-printed masterpiece or a new app). Campers also leave with incredible memories, new friends, and vastly improved skills!

Optional Add-Ons:
We offer early arrival (8am to 9am) and extended day (5:00pm to 6:00pm) for families who need extra coverage or for campers who want to get even more of the Tech Revolution experience. If a camper registers for 4+ weeks of camp, early arrival and extended day is free. We also offer a catered lunch program for those who do not wish to pack lunch from home.

Why is Camp Tech Revolution a Great Investment in Your Child?

We help campers build their self-confidence.
Whether it’s coding an app or building a robot, campers have the opportunity to substantially improve their self-confidence by completing projects of their own!

Campers can develop their own interests.
With over 40 different course offerings, we have something for everyone! Regardless of whether a camper wants to become a game designer, an esports champion, or a computer programmer, our expert instructors and unbeatable curricula let campers grow in a field that they are passionate about.

Our camps are best in class.
We offer cutting-edge opportunities that are unique, educational, and exciting. Our year-round team works passionately all year to keep our curricula on the cutting edge, so that campers get access to the latest educational technologies and advancements.

We prepare campers for the best jobs in the hottest fields.
There are thousands of open positions for software engineers, which come with very well paying salaries and a chance to impact the world.

Why is Camp Tech Revolution the Leader in Technology Camps?

We have a constant and relentless commitment to providing the best technology courses possible. Our in-house experts, who hold degrees from The Wharton School, Penn Engineering, Columbia University, Cornell University and more, work year-round to develop curriculum. These curricula, in conjunction with expert camp instructors, prestigious camp locations, and over 40 unique majors and minors, have allowed us to remain the global leader in technology camps.

What is ACA Accreditation and Why is it Important?

The ACA has hundreds of guidelines for accreditation covering health, wellness, operation, safety and more, which are strictly enforced through regular site visits. We are accredited by the American Camp Association in PA and NJ, and carry our standards to other states. We invest in ACA accreditation because our camp families deserve the best!

Camp Tech Revolution is the best Tech Camp out there, hands down.

Cindy B.

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