Location: Classes will be held at Harvard Law School, Wasserstein Hall, 1585 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138.
Residential Students will stay at Harvard Square.
Ages: 11-18 for residential students, 9-18 for day students.
Tuition: $1,885 for day campers, $4,450 for residential students. ($250 deposit paid at the time of registration, full tuition is dude April 30th)
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Design 3D Games!
CyberMath Academy’s game design camp is a selective summer program for students who would like to learn and excel at game design in the inspiring and motivating atmosphere of Harvard University. Our game design and coding camp provides a challenging environment for students in which they master game design with the participation of brilliant students from all over the globe.
Harvard Campus Experience!
Please see our faculty page for our instructors. Summer game design course instructors will be some of the instructors listed on our faculty page or other outstanding teachers with similar credentials.
What will the students learn in our game design course?
In our game design camp, we use a research-based curriculum developed at University of Colorado, Boulder. While having a lot of fun, our students will design 2D and 3D games and acquire crucial computational skills under the guidance of expert teachers. Students will use basic algorithms to track values. During the course , students will work collaboratively to:
• program a simulation
• annotate the code
• create a video that records how the program works and they process used to create it
Computational Thinking Patterns that the students will learn:
Our course will enable students to use and describe the following computational thinking patterns
• Cursor Control
• Hill Climbing
• Collaborative Diffusion
• Multiple needs
• Perceive/Act Sync
- Design and develop games
- Design and develop computational science models
- Outline sequence of exploratory steps
- Experience complete bottom-up and top-down design processes
- Employ algorithmic thinking for creating programs to solve problems
- Effectively combine interactive simulations, text, images in web pages
- Know how to orchestrate a set of applications to achieve goals, e.g., make game and simulations using Photoshop (art), AgentSheets (programming), and Excel (data analysis)
- Work in teams to build and publish their simulations as web pages containing java applets
- Define project roles and work collaboratively to produce games and simulations
- Debug games and simulations that are not working
The guest lectures will be held at the 250-year old courtroom at Harvard on July 2nd.
Learn how to get accepted to top colleges from students who currently attend Harvard, MIT and other top colleges.
Harvard, MIT Campus Tours and Lab Visits
Harvard and MIT Campus Tours and laboratory visits are scheduled each year.
Schedule of Activities
|Fri, July 5||Residential and Int. Students Arrive||Orientation, Time at Harvard Square|
|Sat, July 6||Opening, Guest Lecture||Game Design Classes|
|Sun, July 7||Game Design Classes||Game Design Classes|
|Mon, July 8||Game Design Classes||Game Design Classes|
|Tue, July 9||Harvard Campus Tour||Game Design Classes|
|Wed, July 10||Game Design Classes||Game Design Classes|
|Thu, July 11||Game Design Classes||Game Design Classes|
|Fri, July 12||Students’ Forum||Trip: Historical Sites|
|Sat, July 13||Game Design Classes||Game Design Classes|
|Sun, July 14||Game Design Classes||Game Design Classes|
|Mon, July 15||Game Design Classes||Game Design Classes|
|Tue, July 16||Game Design Classes||MIT Campus Tour|
|Wed, July 17||Game Design Classes||Game Design Classes|
|Thu, July 18||Final Project||Award Ceremony|
|Domestic Residential Students Depart|
|Thu, July 18||Academic Counseling for Int. Students||Study Planning for Int. Students|
|Fri, July 19||International Students Depart|
* Domestic residential and international students who will be staying with us overnight at our game design camp are expected to arrive at Boston Logan International Airport or at the camp site between 7 am – 7 pm on July 5th. For tuition and fees, please see below.
Our San Francisco and Silicon Valley program offers eye-opening experiences and first hand exposure to the Silicon Valley’s top Hi Tech companies, its vibrant startup culture and exploration of the world renowned natural beauties of San Francisco Bay Area. Our students will have a detailed Stanford Campus Tour, which will include admissions information in addition to going atop the Hoover Tower and visiting Stanford’s state-of-the-art Bio-X Clark Center at which cutting edge interdisciplinary research takes place. We will also have a UC Berkeley Tour, the top public university in the U.S. After visiting Apple’s world-famous spaceship campus and the Apple Store on Infinite Loop, we will visit Google’s campus, see its unorthodox work environment and chat with ultra-smart Silicon Valley engineers. We will see how silicon becomes 0s and 1s at the Computer History Museum. How about the startups, incubators and coworking spaces? we will visit those too and see what’s brewing in Silicon Valley these days.
Natural Beauties? We will also see the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area. Our extended San Francisco tour includes a San Francisco Bay Area Boat Tour, Alcatraz, Sausolito, Muir Woods, Point Bonita and Mount Tamalpais to see the Bay Area from bird-eye view.
Please note that this is an optional program in addition to our regular summer camp program and requires an additional fee of $3,850. This fee covers everything including transportation, meals, accommodation, applicable entrance fees for museums and other attractions.
|Sun, July 28||Extended SF Tour||Extended SF Tour|
|Mon, July 29||Stanford Admissions Information||Stanford Bio-X Clark Center Tour|
|Tue, July 30||Apple Spaceship Campus, Computer History Museum||Google Tour|
|Wed, July 31||Start Up Seminar, Incubator Tour||Engineers’ Forum|
|Thu, August 1||UC Berkeley Campus Tour||UC Berkeley Engineering Dept. Tour|
|Fri, August 2||Shopping Mall: SF Outlets||Students Depart|
Optional Additional East Coast Trip
This optional program is a wonderful opportunity for students who would like to have an eye-opening and awe-inspiring experience visiting the top academic and touristic destinations in the East Coast of the United States. Many international students as well as domestic ones would like to breathe the motivating air in these world renowned places and experience first-hand what makes them great. Please note that this is an optional program in addition to our regular summer camp program and requires an additional fee of $3,850. This fee covers everything including transportation, meals, accommodation, applicable entrance fees for museums and other attractions.
|Fri, July 19||Harvard Admissions Information, Scientists’ Forum||MIT & Kendall Square Labs Tour|
|Sat, July 20||Greater Boston Area Tour||Greater Boston Area Boat Tour|
|Sun, July 21||Yale University Campus Tour||Yale University Admissions Session|
|Mon, July 22||New York City Tour||New York City Boat Tour|
|Tue, July 23||American Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art||Columbia University Tour|
|Wed, July 24||Shopping Mall: Outlet Stores||Students Depart|
|7:15 am – 8:15 am||Breakfast||Residential Students Only|
|8:15 am – 8:45 am||Day students arrive|
|9:00 am – 12:15 pm||Morning classes|
|12:15 pm – 1:15 pm||Lunch and Activity time||Conversation with teachers/counselors|
|1:15 pm – 4:30 pm||Afternoon classes|
|4:30 pm – 5:00 pm||Day students depart|
|5:00 pm – 6:00 pm||Free time||Residential Students Only*|
|6:00 pm – 7:15 pm||Dinner||Residential Students Only*|
|7:30 pm – 9:30 pm||Study Time||Residential Students Only*|
|9:30 pm – 10:30 pm||Free Time||Residential Students Only|
|10:45 pm||Lights Out||Residential Students Only|
*Day students who wish to attend supervised evening recreational and academic activities at the residential program may do so for an additional fee. The cost will be $200 (including dinner and all activities).
Activities in Morning and Afternoon Sessions
Morning Sessions: Introduction of Topics and Samples
Afternoon Sessions: Guided Practice and Student Projects
Bus Service for Day Students
We offer bus transportation to our camp site if enough number of students sign up for our Summer Math Camp as day students from the cities listed below. Extra charge will apply and space is limited.
For day students, we provide buses from the following cities: Acton, Lexington, Weston, and Newton
Domestic residential and international students who will be staying with us overnight at our summer math camp are expected to arrive at Boston Logan International Airport or at the camp site between 7 am – 7 pm on July 14th. For tuition and fees, please see below.
Tuition and Deadlines
|Tuition Type||Deadline||Day Student||Residential Student|
|Super Early Bird||October 1st||$1,750||$3,910|
|Early Registration||April 1st||$1,975||$4,450|
|Regular Registration||June 1st||$2,150||$4,700|
|Late Registration||July 14th||$2,350||$4,950|
Residential Tuition covers classes & activities, accommodation, meals and in-camp transportation.
International Students’ Fee: Additional $585.
Airport Pickup/Dropoff fee: $120
Lunch Fee for Day Students: $232 (Day Students might choose to bring their own lunch or purchase lunch at Harvard University.)
Optional East Coast / Silicon Valley Program Fee: $3,850
You can save up to $790 by registering early!