Summer Camp

2018 Robotics Summer Camp – 2 sessions

June 4-8 and July 16-20

Theme: Mission Control

How to register: Registration form Please email back to or mail to

MHS Robotics Team

722 River Oaks Drive

Covington, LA 70433

Flyer: 2018SummerCampFlyer

What:summer camp focusing on engineering using Lego-based technology

Who:  entering 4th to 7th grade students

When: June 4-8 and July 16-20

Time: 9:00AM-3:00PM

Where: Mandeville High School 

Cost: $250 (includes free t-shirt and lunch on Friday) / $200 before May 15th


2017 Robotics Summer Camp – 2 sessions!

June 12-16 and July 17-21

Theme: Around the World

How to register: Registration form (please email back to )

What: An engineering summer camp using Lego based technology

Who: student entering 4th to 7th grade

When: June 12-16 and July 17-21

Time: 9:00AM-3:00PM

Where: Mandeville High School 

Cost: $250 (includes free t-shirt and lunch on Friday)

Student counselor/Camper ratio: 1:5

To summarize our camp, we create a “game” where students build robots about 8 inches by 8 inches in order to accomplish certain tasks based on the theme. We also allot time for other team-building and engineering activities.

Campers will participate in a competition at the end of each week. Parents are invited to watch at 2 on Friday to see their child’s hard work.


“I had so much fun and learned so much about robotics. I couldn’t wait to join the high school team!”~ Ben B.~

“I had such a great time and I’m having trouble describing it!” ~ Maddie ~

“I learned so much from this camp!”  ~ Josh E. ~

2016 Summer Camp:

Super Heroes

2015 Summer Camp:


2015’s summer camp theme was… JURASSIC WORLD! Camp counselors dressed as if they were on a safari, and the “game” was based on corralling dinosaurs, running from the notorious Dino X, rescuing dinosaur eggs and bringing them back to base, and more. The theme was a hit and led to many activities based in teamwork and basic engineering principles, like making paper pterodactyls (paper airplanes) and testing them to see which one flew the farthest. A highlight of the experience for many kids was a water balloon fight (everyone LOVES drenching their own camp counselors). Overall, we’d say the camp was far from a tyrannosaurus wreck.



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