Robotics Camp

A Summer Camp at Templeton Secondary


About The Camp

Looking for an exciting and challenging summer activity? The Templeton Robotics Club is hosting a week-long robotics camp in August for students interested in engineering and technology.

  • Ages: 8-16
  • Location: Templeton Secondary School
  • No Experience Required
  • Hours: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
  • Week: August 12th-16th
  • Cost: $250
  • Lunch Provided

Our robotics camp offers a hands-on experience that guides students through the entire process of building a robot from scratch. Students will learn how to construct the chassis and wire the electronics of a robot used to compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition. Additionally, students will explore the world of programming using Python, learning how to control a robot's movements and reactions through code. By the end of the camp, students will have gained valuable skills in robotics, programming, and teamwork.



Building a robot can provide attendees with invaluable experience in the field of engineering. Attendees will gain hands-on experience in building and troubleshooting a robot, while also developing problem-solving skills and critical thinking abilities.


Our program helps attendees understand the key components of robots, including mechanical and electronic elements, and how they work together to create a functioning robot.

Design Skills

Overall, by experimenting with different coding and designing techniques, a robotics camp provides a collaborative and engaging environment for attendees to develop their design skills and bring their creative ideas to fruition.


  • 1. Fill out the information form
  • 2. Go to the VSB donate page
  • 3. Enter $250 as the amount to donate
  • 4. Include your email in the "Message to School Board" field and make sure it's the same as the one on the form

  • 5. Submit your donation and wait for an email with further information within 3 days

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