Welcome to Cybercamps—the coolest summer computer camp for youth.

Cybercamps is the national summer computer camp that defines the market. Now, in our 11th year, we continue to lead by providing the coolest experience for kids ages 7-18. We combine research-proven teaching methods with loads of fun. Our summer camps are at more than 50 locations nationwide including UCLA, Stanford, MIT, Duke and many more.

Our courses offer what today’s youth want – individual projects using the coolest technologies. Our courses include Game Design, Flash® Animation, Video Production, Robotics, Web Design, 3D Modeling for Games—just to name a few.

Feel like creating something incredible? Take our amazing courses at one of our week-long, day or overnight camps. Want to take your experience even further? Then our recommended multi-week summer camp tracks are the best choice for you.

Other camps may try to imitate our unique blend of summer fun and learning, but only Cybercamps provides you with the experience you’re looking for.

Be sure to check out the advantages Cybercamps has over other computer camps, read about our unique approach that is research-proven, and find out why our staff comes back year after year.

Cybercamps summer computer camps are located in:

CA | CT | DC | FL | IL | MA | MD | MI | MN | MO | NC | NJ | NY | OR | PA | VA | WA

Save on Summer Camp

As you might be discovering, camp is fun for kids but not fun for your budget. To cut the bill, Uncle Sam gives working parents these breaks for under-13 kids who attend day camp so parents can go to work:

  • Use pretax dollars - The higher your income, the more you'll save by paying for camp with cash from a dependent-care flexible spending account, which you have set up during open enrollment at work
  • Plan ahead - If your kids go back next summer, arrange for FSA contributions during your benefits open enrollment during the fall.
  • Save receipts - No FSA? Get the child- and dependent-care credit for this tax year: 20% of up to $3,000 in camp costs for one child or double that for more kids - enough to fund a vacation of your own.

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Technology in Schools

From 3-ring binders and composition books to laptops and pocket PCs, the tools needed for school are slowly changing. More high schools are focusing on technology by adding courses into their curriculum and many colleges require incoming freshmen to have a computer. Being able to integrate technology into life is advantageous for students because it increases their learning capabilities. Now, access is just a click away! Researching information, chatting online with friends about school, and interacting on homework blogs can provide valuable and timely information for students.

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