Summer Coding Camp

You can apply for our 2020 Summer Camps Now and benefit from Super Early Bird Discounts!

This page will be updated for 2020 Summer Camps!

Dates: July 6– 18, 2020 (see calendar below for details please)

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 due April 30th)

Please scroll down for more information.

Harvard Campus Experience!

CyberMath Academy’s coding camp is a selective summer program for students who would like to learn and excel at coding in the inspiring and motivating atmosphere of Harvard University. Our coding and technology camp provides a challenging environment for students in which they master coding with the participation of brilliant students from all over the globe.

Courses offered at our coding camp

  • Python Programming

    Learn to deal with common algorithmic problems. Beginners will learn the basics of programming and will be able to write codes that solve beginner level computer science problems. Students with programming experience will improve their skills to solve challenging projects.

     

    Recommended Grade Levels: 4th-12th

    Prerequisites: None

     

    Topics Covered

    – Variables and Operators
    – Conditionals
    – Loops
    – Arrays
    – Strings
    – Functions
    – Files
    – Matrices

 

Outstanding Teachers!

Please see our faculty page for our instructors. Summer coding camp instructors will be some of the instructors listed on our faculty page or other outstanding teachers with similar credentials.

 

Guest Lectures by Harvard, MIT Researchers

TBA.

Students’ Forum

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.

Sightseeing

We will visit the historical places to see first-hand where the United States was founded and learn about its history. Walk along The Freedom Trail, try many tastes at Quincy Market, when tired of walking hop on a Duck Tour and take a walk along Charles River. Feel smarter (pronounced SMAHTAH) at Harvard Square, join sessions at Harvard and MIT.

Schedule of Activities

Diagnostic Practice Test: Students must complete a full length SAT Practice test before coming to the camp. The test will be available by June 24th and must be completed by June 30th.

DateMorningAfternoon
Before the Camp
Sun, June 30Diagnostic SAT Test*
Camp Schedule
Fri, July 5Residential and Int. Students ArriveOrientation
Mon, July 6Opening, Guest LectureCoding Classes
Tue, July 7Coding ClassesCoding Classes
Wed, July 8Coding ClassesCoding Classes
Thu, July 9Coding ClassesCoding Classes
Fri, July 10Coding ClassesCoding Classes
Sat, July 11Harvard Campus Tour, Students’ ForumMIT Campus Tour
Sun, July 12Boston City Tour for Residential Students
Mon, July 13Coding ClassesCoding Classes
Tue, July 14Coding ClassesCoding Classes
Wed, July 15Coding ClassesCoding Classes
Thu, July 16Coding ClassesCoding Classes
Fri, July 17Coding ClassesCoding Classes
Sat, July 18Final ProjectAward Ceremony
Domestic Residential Students Depart
Sun, July 19College Applications Talk with Int. Students
Mon, July 19International Students Depart

* Domestic residential and international students who will be staying with us overnight at our coding 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.

Daily Schedule

TimeActivityNotes
7:15 am – 8:15 amBreakfastResidential Students Only
8:15 am – 8:45 amDay students arrive
9:00 am – 12:15 pmMorning classes
12:15 pm – 1:15 pmLunch and Activity timeConversation with teachers/counselors
1:15 pm – 4:00 pmPractice Sessions
4:30 pm – 5:00 pmDay students depart
5:00 pm – 6:00 pmFree timeResidential Students Only*
6:00 pm – 7:15 pmDinnerResidential Students Only*
7:30 pm – 9:30 pmStudy TimeResidential Students Only*
9:30 pm – 10:30 pmFree TimeResidential Students Only
10:45 pmLights OutResidential 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

 

Transportation

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

Airport Pickup

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 the corresponding dates above. For tuition and fees, please see below.

Tuition and Deadlines

Tuition TypeDeadlineDay StudentResidential Student
Super Early BirdDecember 3rd$1,650$3,910
Early RegistrationJanuary 1st$1,885$4,450
Regular RegistrationApril 1st$1,985$4,700
Late RegistrationJune 1st$2,085$4,950
Super-Late RegistrationJuly 14th$2,185$5,150

Residential Tuition covers classes & activities, accommodation, meals and in-camp transportation.

Fees

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.)

You can save up to $790 by registering early!

Dates: July 13–25, 2020 (see calendar below for details please)

Location: Classes will be held at Stanford University in Stanford, CA
Residential Students will stay in Silicon Valley.

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 due April 30th)

Please scroll down for more information.

Stanford Campus Experience!

CyberMath Academy’s coding camp is a selective summer program for students who would like to learn and excel at coding in the inspiring and motivating atmosphere of Stanford University. Our coding and technology camp provides a challenging environment for students in which they master coding with the participation of brilliant students from all over the globe.

Courses offered at our coding camp

  • Python Programming

    Learn to deal with common algorithmic problems. Beginners will learn the basics of programming and will be able to write codes that solve beginner level computer science problems. Students with programming experience will improve their skills to solve challenging projects.

     

    Recommended Grade Levels: 4th-12th

    Prerequisites: None

     

    Topics Covered

    – Variables and Operators
    – Conditionals
    – Loops
    – Arrays
    – Strings
    – Functions
    – Files
    – Matrices

 

Outstanding Teachers!

Please see our faculty page for our instructors. Summer coding camp instructors will be some of the instructors listed on our faculty page or other outstanding teachers with similar credentials.

 

Guest Lectures by Stanford Researchers

TBA.

Students’ Forum

Learn how to get accepted to top colleges from students who currently attend Stanford and other top colleges.

Stanford Campus Tour

Stanford Campus Tours and laboratory visits are scheduled each year.

Sightseeing

We will also see the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area. Our San Francisco tour includes Twin Peaks, Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39, Treasure Island, Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower and the yummy yummy Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory.

Schedule of Activities

Date
Morning
Afternoon

Camp Schedule

Sun, July 12
Residential and Int. Students Arrive
Orientation

Mon, July 13
Opening, Guest Lecture
Coding Classes

Tue, July 14
Coding Classes
Coding Classes

Wed, July 15
Coding Classes
Coding Classes

Thu, July 16
Coding Classes
Coding Classes

Fri, July 17
Coding Classes
Coding Classes

Sat, July 18
Stanford Campus Tour

Sun, July 19
San Francisco Tour***
San Francisco Tour***

Mon, July 20
Coding Classes
Coding Classes

Tue, July 21
Coding Classes
Coding Classes

Wed, July 22
Coding Classes
Coding Classes

Thu, July 23
Coding Classes
Coding Classes

Fri, July 24
Coding Classes
Coding Classes

Sat, July 25
Practice Test -2
Award Ceremony

Domestic Residential Students Depart

Sun, July 26
Applications Talk for Int. Students
Application Talk for Int. Students

Mon, July 27
International Students Depart* Domestic residential and international students who will be staying with us overnight at our coding camp are expected to arrive at Boston Logan International Airport or at the camp site between 7 am – 7 pm on July 12th. For tuition and fees, please see below.

Daily Schedule

TimeActivityNotes
7:00 am – 7:30 amBreakfastResidential Students Only
8:00 am – 8:30 amDay Students Arrive
8:30 am – 11:30 pmMorning Classes
11:30 pm – 12:15 pmLunch and Activity TimeConversation with Teachers/Counselors
12:15 pm – 3:30 pmAfternoon Classes
3:30 pm – 4:00 pmSnack
4:00 pm – 5:00 pmDay Students Depart
5:00 pm – 6:00 pmOptional Study / Free TimeResidential Students Only*
6:00 pm – 7:15 pmDinnerResidential Students Only*
7:30 pm – 9:30 pmStudy TimeResidential Students Only*
9:30 pm – 10:30 pmFree TimeResidential Students Only
10:45 pmLights OutResidential 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

 

Transportation

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: Cupertino, Sunnyvale, Mountain View and Fremont.

Airport Pickup

Domestic residential and international students who will be staying with us overnight at our summer math camp are expected to arrive at a San Francisco Bay Area airport (San Francisco, San Jose or Oakland) or at the camp site between 7 am – 7 pm on July 12th. For tuition and fees, please see below.

Tuition and Deadlines

Tuition TypeDeadlineDay StudentResidential Student
Super Early BirdDecember 3rd$1,650$3,910
Early RegistrationJanuary 1st$1,885$4,450
Regular RegistrationJune 1st$1,985$4,700
Late RegistrationJune 1st$2,085$4,950
Super-Late RegistrationJuly 14th$2,185$5,150

Residential Tuition covers classes & activities, accommodation, meals and in-camp transportation.

Fees

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 Stanford University.)

You can save up to $790 by registering early!

Summer Coding Camp Admission and Placement

Please fill out the form below to apply. Please provide as much detailed information on the student’s background as possible:

Background Information (not required for returning students): Please provide the student’s background. Please include student’s academic achievements, GPA, any Honors or AP Courses taken, competition experience, any year-round or summer advanced courses/camps that the student has participated in.

We will get back to you with an admission decision and payment details if the student is admitted. All students will take a placement test on the first instructional day of our summer camps and will be assigned to their appropriate groups. We continuously monitor our students’ progress throughout the camp and make adjustments to their assignments when necessary. If you would like to discuss your child’s placement, please do not hesitate to give us a call or email us at info@cybermath.academy

Summer Coding Camp Application

* This event is not owned, controlled, supervised or sponsored by Harvard University or any of its schools or programs.

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