JCHS is thrilled to offer TWO new camps for middle school students this summer! Scroll or click below for more information and registration info.

Filmmaking Boot Camp
Lego-My-Kiddo: Robotics Camp

FILMMAKING BOOT CAMP

Unleash your inner Spielberg as you learn the essential basics of filmmaking. From capturing stunning visuals to crafting compelling stories., you’ll delve into every aspect of the filmmaking process. Get ready to let your creativity shine on the big screen!

Capacity: 12 Students
Location: JCHS Media Lab
Dates: Monday, August 12 – Thursday, August 15
Hours: 9 AM – 3 PM (w/ a lunch hour)
System Requirements: A laptop computer with either iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or Premiere loaded. Filming will take place on student phones and cameras provided by the school.
Ages: Rising 7th – 8th Graders
Cost: $350 per Student

You’ll learn…

  • Basic cinematography skills
  • The basic grammar of filmmaking
  • Editing techniques
  • Introduction to Chroma Key
  • Simple foley techniques

Need more info? Contact: jmcdonald@jchsofthebay.org

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LEFO-MY-KIDDO: ROBOTICS CAMP

Four-day EV3/FIRST LEGO League camp develops strong building and programming skills essential for the FIRST LEGO League program for students 9 to 14 years old. The previous year’s FIRST LEGO League game (SUPERPOWERED) is used as a challenge to provide a fun activity while the students are learning.

Dates: Monday, August 12 – Thursday, August 15
Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: Jewish Community High School
Price: $350
Recommended Ages: Rising 6th – 8th Graders

Simulated Tournament: SUPERPOWERED Robot Game (2022)

Students will be provided with a solid foundation in programming with the EV3 programming language. The class will largely be self-paced, with each group of students working to develop an understanding of the system and ultimately competing in a simulated FLL challenge by the end of the week. Experienced FLL students will have the opportunity to work deeper and develop a stronger set of problem-solving skills. The camp will be maxed at 12 students to allow a high degree of individualized experimentation and learning.

All camps are taught by experienced instructor, John Hagen, who has been working with FLL Robotics Competitions since 2007.

Need more info? Contact: jhagen@jchsofthebay.org

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