Summer Virtual Camps and Programs

Elementary & Middle School

Math Summer Bridge Program

Whether called the summer setback or summer slide, the learning loss students experience over the summer can have significant impact on their performance in the upcoming school year. The Summer Bridge Program in Mathematics will help minimize students’ loss of skills by giving them an instructor-led environment in which to review and practice skills learned or receive guided instruction on key topics covered in the grade they’re entering. This course is open to any student seeking an engaging environment in which to explore fun, relevant math topics. Topics covered are listed within the description of each program to assist parents and students as they decide which program is best for them.

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Virtual STEAM Courses with Black Rocket

Campers ages 8 through 14 will have a chance to grow their knowledge of technology while creating new worlds in various Black Rocket programs hosted by the Auburn Youth Programs throughout the fall. Every program is powered by the camper’s innate imagination and designed to bring their ideas to life in a fun, hands-on learning environment. All Black Rocket programs mirror real-life experiences, and the collaborative nature game design, coding, and digital art. Students will work in pairs or teams with an interactive instructor for most of the program.

Summer Reading Program

For an enjoyable activity with lifelong benefits, we recommend one of our reading and writing skills programs designed and taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development. Since 2010, this program has helped students in our community build strong reading skills and develop a deep love of books and reading. Programs are offered to 4 year olds through adults.

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High School

Auburn University Virtual Camps

We’ve gone online! During these sessions, campers will interact and learn from Auburn University faculty, staff, and students in our online virtual camp experiences.

Last Updated: February 15, 2021