Programs

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Coding Classes

Our classes are intended to guide students towards university-level coding practices. Each level consists of two 5-month semesters that progressively teach students computer algorithms through the creating software that is applicable in the real world. These range from simple 2D games to full virtual reality apps.
Not sure which class your child should take?
In most cases, students start in the class most appropriate for their age. However, some students may show exceptional prowess in technology and would be moved to the level most appropriate for their skill level. If you have any questions, please check out the FAQ page or fill out the Request Information Form.
Level 1
Python Beginners
Ages 7 - 8
No Prerequisites
Level 1
Python Beginners
Ages 7 - 8
No Prerequisites
Level 2
Python Intermediate
Ages 8 - 9
No Prerequisites
Level 2
Python Intermediate
Ages 8 - 9
No Prerequisites
Level 3
Python Advanced
Ages 10+
No Prerequisites
Level 3
Python Advanced
Ages 10+
No Prerequisites
Level 4
Unity Intro
Ages 12+
No Prerequisites
Level 4
Unity Intro
Ages 12+
No Prerequisites
Level 5
Unity Advanced
Ages 13+
No Prerequisites
Level 5
Unity Advanced
Ages 13+
No Prerequisites
Level 6
Web Development
Ages 13+
No Prerequisites
Level 6
Web Development
Ages 13+
No Prerequisites
Level 7
AP Computer Science
Ages 15 - 17
No Prerequisites
Level 7
AP Computer Science
Ages 15 - 17
No Prerequisites
Level 8
CS Advanced (Competitive)
Ages 15 - 17
No Prerequisites
Level 8
CS Advanced (Competitive)
Ages 15 - 17
No Prerequisites

Varsity Robotics

UTG Robotics is a rigorous team-oriented extracurricular program that culminates in a memorable experience designed to awaken wonder and unlock opportunities in one of the most exciting and fastest-growing sectors of engineering.
UTG's Robotics program was founded by Todd Ablett. Todd Ablett is a veteran teacher and robotics coach in BC. Todd has taken teams to national and global competitions for over 20 years, with his most recent teams capturing second place at the VEX world championships. He founded UTG Robotics this year to provide competitive team robotics to a wider audience around the world.
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Summer Camps

Our STEM elective program is designed to offer specialized instruction in a variety of areas. This allows campers to develop skills based on their interests. Campers who take multiple weeks of the same major will be able to continually work on their projects and advance their content!
Campers choose to specialize in 1 of 3 "majors" at UTG Summer camp, these are Robotics, Coding or STEM&Arts.
  • Our coding camp will have campers working with Python and the PixelPAD engine, making an web-app or game they can take home by the end of the week.
  • Our robotics camp, will have campers working with VEX Robotics or Lego Mindstorms, creating and competing in official arena's created by the REC Foundation, and FIRST Robotics.
  • Our STEM & Arts camp, will have campers working with both digital art, which will cover subjects like 3D printing to 2D animation.
Campers within any major will always be doing unplugged STEM activities throughout the day in order to limit-screen time during the camp.
Campers will be divided into Juniors and Senior groups after registration.
COVID-19

We are happy to announce we have received news that camps will be allowed to run this summer! We will be ensuring our staff will follow the recommended social distancing and health procedures during camp.

We will be offering parents both an online option and an in-person option this summer.

In-Person Option

Register for our in-person camps here.

FIND IN-PERSON CAMPS
Online Option

We will also be offering parents an online-option this summer. Parents can switch from online to in-person camps (if there are spots available), and we will pro-rate the cost for you. Please let us know a week beforehand if you will be switching to the in-person camp.

If you would like to register for our online camps

FIND ONLINE CAMPS