Summer Break Camps
Chasewood Learning Center (CLC)
All CLC camps will be held at our Aurora address, located south of the Fox Valley Mall:
4260 Westbrook Drive
Aurora, IL 60504
Chasewood Learning STEM Summer Camps
6/10 - 6/14 | 9:00AM - 3:00PM | Ages: 5-14
We will happily pro-rate for students who are only able to attend for certain days or half day classes (AM or PM) during the week! Please contact us for partial week pricing before registering: or
6/17 - 6/21 | 9:00AM - 3:00PM | Ages: 5-14 | Price: $300.00
7/29 - 8/2 | 9:00AM - 3:00PM | Ages: 5-14 | Price: $300.00
8/5 - 8/9 | 9:00AM - 3:00PM | Ages: 5-14 | Price: $300.00
8/12 - 8/16 | 9:00AM - 3:00PM | Ages: 5-14 | Price: $300.00
7/15 - 7/19 | 9:00AM - 3:00PM | Ages: 5-14 | Price: $300.00
This medley of activities offers Chasewood Learning's STEM classes all in one week! Each day students will work in a STEM discipline: robotics, coding, and engineering.
ROBOTICS - Students build and program robotic projects. Younger students typically begin with the LEGO Education WeDo system, which introduces students to basic robotic concepts with projects that use motors, gears, and sensors which are programmed by students using a drag and drop programming interface. Experienced and older students work with LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot where they learn to autonomously control the robot's movements, read sensor input such as light, distance, and color, using the Mindstorms Labview programming interface.
CODING - Students learn to code in Scratch, MIT's programming interface. Coding in Scratch allows children to understand basic programming concepts, program flow, and programming logic, through the creation of simple to advanced animations, interactive stories, and video games.
ENGINEERING - Students learn basic to advanced mechanical engineering concepts using the LEGO Engineering system that covering concepts such as energy, balance, and mechanics that focus on simple machines. Projects model physical behaviors such as powered cars, cranes, and wind-mills, using gears, pulleys, levers, wheels and axles and building engineering models.
In addition to the three core activities, students have an opportunity to experience working with drones, 3D printer, micro:bit, and more!!!
Returning students continue in their education in each of these unique fields of learning.