How much time do students spend on computers each day at iD Tech Camps?
iD Tech Camps are weeklong day and overnight camps for students ages 7-17.
Students enrolled in this program will spend approximately 5 1/2 hours per day on the computer. Students will take breaks to engage in recreational activities during the day. We blend traditional summer camp activities (sports, gaming tournaments, chess tournaments, outdoor activities, etc.) with forward-thinking technology courses. Beyond STEM skill development, students will socialize, make friends, and have fun!
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What is the cancellation policy for Virtual Tech Camps?
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What is the age requirement for iD Tech courses?
The age requirement for each iD Tech course is listed in the class description. Kids must be the minimum/maximum age on the first day of the class.