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Summer Camp Richmond Hill
STEM Class

Designed for kids who want to
explore computer science in the future (Age 8-16)
Welcome to Queen Elizabeth Academy. We have a strong tradition providing high quality education to our students, including STEM and coding lessons. Our students have achieved academic excellence, and were admitted to top engineering / computer science programs, such as Queen’s Engineering, Waterloo Engineering, UC Berkeley, Boston University, and more.
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Summer Camp Richmond Hill - Python Classes for kids (Age 8-16)

Brain Adventure STEM Class - artificial Intelligence Module Project #2 where your child will code and train a machine to play a video game, using artificial Intelligence.

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The theory behind

Self Driving

Sample Taught in our Artificial Intelligence Module

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Brain Adventure provides summer Python camp, with different levels from beginners to advanced, to machine learning.
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The main difference for Brain Adventure Python Class, is that we combine concepts (theory) + practical coding. This is the way students learn in university. In fact, we simplify first year university curriculum (CS101) into easy to understand lessons. This will help your children to prepare for future computer science in university.

Learn both theory + hands on Coding
Strengthen Math skills via logical reasoning
Small class sizes
Taught by certified expert, not students.
Jerry M.

Master degree candidate, Computer Science McMaster University

3 years of university teaching experience in Python programming

Brain Adventure STEM instructor

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What your child will learn:

Understand software and artificial intelligence
Theory + Programming
Skills to prepare
for future university
Problem solving skills to enhance MATH
Develop interest
in Computer
Science
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Success for your
children’s future

Our students who came to our summer camp Richmond Hill programs, tutoring and
credit courses have entered top universities:
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Jeff R. Queen’s Commerce
Paul M. Queen’s Engineering
Melissa W. Western Ivey
Taylor W. Western Medical Science
Josh M. OCAD
Miranda D. Wilfred Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Colin H. Queen’s Commerce
Stephanie L. Queen’s Commerce
Jeremy R. Western Ivey
Jiv S. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Coop)
David P. U of T Rotman
Britney R. Wilfred Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Monika S. Western Health Science
Lisa V. U of T Architecture
Katie F. McGill Arts
Carter S. Western Ivey
James B. Wilfred Laurier BBA
Sydney H. Queen’s Engineering
Brianna M. Waterloo Science
Sam A. Queen’s Science
Bill N. Waterloo Mathematics
Catherine M. McGill Engineering
Jennifer F. Queen’s Commerce
Craig C. Western Engineering
Allen T. Queen’s Engineering
Vivian T. U of T Rotman
Stacy L. Western Engineering
Laura P. Western Medical Science
Robbie M. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Eric M. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Co-op)
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Program Details

Module 1: Programming for Beginners (12 hours)

Summer Camp - Programming for Beginners

This module introduce the foundation of programming using Python. This includes the basic coding techniques, while loop, for loop, if statements. This course mimic first year university level computer science courses, simplified to kids level. Therefore your child will learn the foundation and prepare for future computer science course, if he choose to pursue this path in university.

Jerry M.

Master degree candidate, Computer Science McMaster University

3 years of university teaching experience in Python coding

Brain Adventure Coding instructor

Module 2: Artificial Intelligence (16 hours)
Requires Module 1 as pre-requisite

Summer Camp Richmond Hill - STEM class for kids

Jerry M.

Master degree candidate, Computer Science McMaster University

3 years of university teaching experience in Python programming

Brain Adventure Programming instructor

Our Machine learning course starts with the basic concept behind machine learning, so your child will gain the foundation knowledge. This includes neural networks, training data sets, optimization, regression, decision tree and more. We will teach these complex concepts in simple ways that your child can understand. This is the best way to learn at our summer camp - programming class.

There will be programming of course! Your children will apply the theory they learn in class to train the computer.

Brain Adventure Programming Class - artificial Intelligence Module Project #2 where your child will code and train a machine to play a video game, using artificial intelligence.

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Brain Adventure Programming Class - artificial Intelligence Module

Learn the concept behind autonomous driving

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Brain Adventure Programming Class - artificial Intelligence Module

Learn how computers learn: the theory behind neural networks

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Summer Camp Richmond Hill Schedule
Module 1: Programming for Beginners (12 hours) July 4 to 30 (4 weeks)

Class 1: Mon + Wed: 10am to 11.30am

Class 2: Mon + Wed: 12.00-1.30pm

Module 2: Artificial Intelligence (16 hours) July 4 to 30th (4 weeks)

Class: Tues + Thurs: 10.00am to 12.00 noon

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Summer Camp Richmond Hill Fees

Module 1: Programming for Beginners
(12 hours)

$ 495 / month (2x per week, 90 minutes sessions, for 4 weeks period)

Module 2: artificial Intelligence
(16 hours)

$ 550 / month (2x per week, 120 minutes sessions, for 4 weeks period)


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Summer Camp Richmond Hill - FAQ
What is summer programming camp?

Programming camp mixes the excitement of summer camp with programming instruction in Java, C++, Python, and other languages, allowing youngsters to learn while having fun. Students will gain hands-on experience in artificial intelligence, modding, cybersecurity, and other related current issues in these courses. Children and teens will have the opportunity to make games, applications, robots, and more during this summer camp.

What is programming camp for kids?

Programming Camp is a place where parents can find exciting school holiday and after-school activities that will empower their children to design, code, and create, as well as ignite a passion, so they may go out and change the world while smiling.

At what age can a child learn programming?

Children as young as seven years old can begin coding and learning the fundamentals of programming. In reality, as technology becomes more integrated into daily life, programming for kids has grown in popularity significantly in recent years. Children who learn to code when they are young can pave the way for a lifetime of chances

Is programming classes for kids useful?

Programming aids in the development of problem-solving skills in youngsters. Understanding computers and learning the fundamentals of coding can help students have a better understanding of how things function. It also shows kids how software programmers utilise math to solve issues in a logical and inventive manner.

What COVID-19 and other health and safety protocols do you have?

We were extremely gratified that no kid or tutor contracted COVID-19 at a STEM Camp location in 2021 as a consequence of our planning, vigilance, and meeting or surpassing public safety criteria. We want to release our 2022 Health and Safety Policy at the end of May 2022 (which will include COVID-19 specifics as well as other general health and safety information) to ensure that it is as current as feasible at that time and for the summer. Then come back here for further details.



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