FAQs - For On-Site camps. (Not all responses apply to Online Camps)

Why should I enroll my child in a Computer Camp?

  • Engaging, Quality Program.  Computerwisekids offers a week long computer camp, combined with other activities during the day. The curriculum taught at our camps is different from the materials taught during the year in the schools. As technology gains importance in our everyday lives, it is important for kids to learn meaningful and fun skills like: Robotics, Minecraft, Game Design Scratch programming. Besides programming, we will be teaching Photo editing and 3D drawing too. S.T.E.M learning and fun combined in a week-long camp!
  • More than just computers Our camp is designed to be fun. We combine a healthy balance of indoor and outdoor activities. The other activities your child will participate in are: sports, arts, crafts and science. We have a special activity planned for each day of the week.
  • Ratio 1:10 Instructor / Student ratio
  • One computer per student

Do the kids learn just one Program?
Yes, The kids will focus on the primary topic they are signed up for e.g.: Minecraft programming or Scratch, Python, Game Design or App Design most of the day.

How long will my child be using the computer during the day?
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What is the Refund Policy?
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Why is camp 1 week long?

Computerwisekids is committed to provide a quality program. In order to make our summer program meaningful, we have chosen to offer week long courses. This allows the student to learn the subject well. Each child learns at his/her own pace. Students will leave camp with a completed project to share with their friends and family.

Will my child learn the same course material again if I sign up for 2 weeks for the same course?
No, your child would start on a new project and continue to sharpen his/her skills. It is a good way to reinforce the things they have learned. All the Camps have skill levels ranging from 1-3.

Do I need to buy a subscription for Minecraft?
Depends on the camp, most of our summer camps do not require a separate subscription. We use the EDU version of Minecraft. Students sign-in on a server set up for the camp.

Tell me about lunch and snacks?
Campers should carry their own snack & a sack lunch to camp. Please make us aware of any food allergies your child may have. The camp is NOT a peanut free campus.

Tell me about the Instructors?
Our instructors are highly trained Computerwisekids professionals. During the year, they all work with the Computerwisekids Program at School Tech Labs in various Public and Private schools in LA. Computerwisekids Instructors are technically competent, experts on the subject they teach, fun loving camp counselors and are CPR trained.

What should my child wear to camp?
Campers should wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Since the kids will play outside we do not allow flip flops or open toe shoes of any kind.

Where should we go on the First Day of Camp?

  • Check- In on the first day of camp is located at the front entrance of the school. Check in starts at 8:45 only on the first day of camp.
  • We want to meet the parent/guardian, so you MUST be present to drop off your child on the first day of CAMP.
  • Camp starts at 9:00 a.m. sharp. Camp ends at 12:30 p.m. (Half day camps) and 3:00 p.m. (Full day Camps) Please be on time.
  • Kids should be in closed toed shoes.
  • No personal electronics devices allowed e.g.; games, phones, iPads.
  • Send a snack & sack lunch, snack or lunch is NOT provided. 
  • Please make sure your child has applied plenty of sunscreen for outdoor activities (during Summer camp).

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Can Camp be cancelled?
It is not likely. However, we reserve the right to cancel the program due to unforeseen circumstances. 100% refund will be provided in that scenario.