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Summer Camps Held at

George Washington University

World-Class STEM & Tech Courses For Kids & Teens

Washington, D.C. Tech Camps

Digital Media Academy is proud to host educational summer camps on George Washington University’s beautiful Mount Vernon campus. The campus offers amazing classrooms, equipped with all the tech needed to provide high-quality learning experiences. Students age 9 to 18 will feel inspired as they learn important STEM skills such as coding, robotics, video game design, and artificial intelligence all while getting a head start on a portfolio that can put them on the path to college.

Being on GWU’s campus is truly an amazing experience as it sits near the heart of America’s capitol buildings. Walking between buildings only takes a few minutes and students may find themselves exploring while working on projects or on a break between classes. GWU is the perfect place to explore your interests and make new friends.

George Washington University Summer Camp Schedule

Select a date in the schedule below for more information about our camps, availability, and pricing.

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Camp Overview + Schedule

Take a look at your camp schedule, learn more about tuition and explore add-ons.

08:30am
Check-in and drop off
09:00am
Hands-on STEM Instruction
10:30am
Morning Break
11:00am
Continued Instruction + Creation
12:00pm
Lunch Break
1:00pm
Back to the Classroom
2:30pm
Afternoon Break
3:00pm
Continued Classroom Time
4:30pm
Pick-up Begins
5:00pm
Pick-up Ends
5:00pm
Extended Day Begins

Tuition Includes

  Personalized Feedback + Student Achievement Report

  Diploma or Certificate of Completion

  Full Adobe Creative Cloud license for up to 12 months

  Unlimited Google Apps and Email Account

  Low staff to student ratios

  Take home select technology hardware

  Alumni Club Benefits

Friday Showcase

At the end of each week, attendees can invite their family and friends to join us for a showcase celebration to share their final projects. Learn more about the fun and exciting activities your child experienced during the week and have an opportunity to meet your child’s instructor. Presentations vary by course topic and instructors will highlight some of the important concepts covered during the week and possible next steps to continue your child’s learning. Arrive early as showcase begins at 3:00 and is typically finished by 4:00.

 

Reserving your student’s space today is hassle-free. If plans change you have until February 2020 to receive a full refund!

 

 

Camp Upgrades

Get the most out of your summer with DMA when you add any or all of the following:

Lunch Plan

Get lunch on campus so you don’t have to pack your own. Lunch Plans are $95/week.

Overnight Housing

Stay in the dorms and eat on-campus, Sunday through Friday. Overnight Housing is $895/week.

Weekend Stay

Add Weekend Stay and enjoy extra activities and day trips around the area. Weekend Stay starts at $490/weekend.

Extended Day

Our flexible Extended Day option allows families to pick-up students as late as 6:00 PM from Monday to Thursday.

Why Digital Media Academy?

You can count on us to deliver on all the things that truly matter. We pinky swear.

The Best Staff

Educators, artists, and talented industry professionals with a passion for STEAM education.

A Balanced Experience

Our students enjoy a balanced camp day with both in-class lessons and outdoor activities.

Project-Based Learning

Our curriculum sparks curiosity, builds confidence, while fostering teamwork and collaboration.

Safety Matters

Our staff is First-Aid + CPR certified and have completed national background checks.

GWU Campus Facts

Founded in 1821, George Washington University was originally called “The Columbian College in the District of Columbia.” Due to its location in U.S. Capital, GWU has its fair share of political alumni, including, Sen. Harry Reid, Rep. Eric Cantor, 18 state governors, and many members of Congress. Outside of politics, alumni such as Edward Teller (creator of the hydrogen bomb), Alec Baldwin (actor, 30 Rock), and Chuck Todd (NBC News) all attended GWU.

GWU is known for its dedication to its school of international affairs, the college of arts and sciences, and its school of business. The graduate programs include the GWU Medical School and Law School as well as the GWU Graduate School of Political Management. The 25,000 students who attend GWU are inspired by the legacy it holds and its alumni who continue to change the world.