Science Academy: Robotics & 3D Printing
Entering Grades 6-8
Located in our Borisenok Family Science Center at Albany Academy for Girls, this co-ed, all-day program will teach you the basics of design through the constuction and programming of VEX-style robots to complete a series of challenges. We will take advantage of 3D modeling to design custom robot parts and accessories. We will then print your designs on our large 3D printer. Expect to be challenged and to have fun as we explore these exciting fields! Parents will be invited to our Robotics Challenge the last Thursday of the session.
Instructors: Walter Keeley & Bo Buran
Walter Keeley has taught physics at the high school level since 2004. He has been at The Albany Academies since 2009 and involved with the Upper School’s FTC Robotics teams for the past eight seasons. Mr. Keeley received his AB in physics from Wabash College and his MAT from Earlham College.
Bo Buran has been the Science Department Chair at The Albany Academies since 2006. Over the last 30 years he has taught chemistry, biology, physics, computers and math at the high school level. With a Biochemistry degree from Bowdoin College Mr. Buran is currently teaching Chemistry and AP Chemistry at The Academies.
Two Week Session: July 1 - July 12
This program is open to the first 32 students who register
- Cost for two week session: $600 (closed July 4 & pro-rated)
- Early drop-off: 7:45 a.m.-8:45 a.m. (no fee) | AA campus-front circle
- Camp hours: 9:00 a.m.-3:45 p.m. | AAG campus - Borisenok Family Science Center
- Extended Day hours: 4:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m. | AA campus-Pool Lobby (Hackett Blvd.)
- Extended Day cost: $108