STEM STUDENT OFFERINGS
FIRST Lego Robotics & FTC Robotics Programming Summer Camp
The Robotics Summer Camp is a 4-week experience offered to students in Grades 4-12. Each summer, 50 students are selected to participate in the summer camp. The FIRST Lego Robotics Camp introduces students in Grades 4-8 to real-world engineering challenges. Students in this program have the opportunity to (1) design, build, test and program robots using LEGO EV3® technology, (2) apply real-world math and science concepts, (3) research challenges facing today’s scientists, (4) learn critical thinking, team-building and presentation skills and (5) participate in tournaments. Students who participate in the FTC Robotics Programming Camp Grades 9-12 are taught engineering basics along with engineering design techniques through the creation of working FTC robots. Click here for additional information!
NJIT Early College-Prep STEM Summer Camp
The Orange Public Schools and NJIT’s Center for Pre-College Programs have joined forces to provide opportunities for Orange Public School students in Grades 4-12, who are interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This 5-week intensive summer initiative engages students in classroom discussions and lectures, laboratory experiments, demonstrations in advanced topics in mathematics, geometry, trigonometry, environmental science, physics, engineering, computer programming and application, and language arts.
The district, through its partnering foundation, provides this opportunity annually for up to 20 qualifying students. Click here for additional information!
NJIT's Saturday Morning STEM Program
The Saturday Morning STEM program introduces students to engineering concepts, Middle School & High School Math and Computer Science. The program is open to current 5th – 12th-grade students. Click here for additional information!
More details upcoming about this year's STEM Festival during Orange Week 2023!!!
Additional offerings, opportunities, and events are forthcoming from the Office of STEM-Focused Learning! Please check back soon for upcoming information!