Summer Camps

Dunwoody to offer three summer camps in 2019

Searching for something fun to do this summer? Interested in exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) careers and Dunwoody programs? Look no further.

Dunwoody is excited to offer three summer camp experiences in 2019:

Youth Career Awareness Program (YCAP) College Prep Camp: June 10 – June 28, 2019

For students completing their junior year in Spring 2019

 YCAP Summer Camp is a four-and-a-half-week camp that helps prepare high school juniors for college.

At the Summer Camp, you will:

  • Explore career opportunities available through the technical programs offered at Dunwoody
  • Take college-readiness courses
  • Go on field trips to places like the Walker Arts Center, the Wabasha Caves, and the St. Paul Cathedral
  • Visit job sites and talk to industry partners about what everyday life is like on their job
  • Receive $100 weekly stipend, free bus pass, and free lunch for the duration of the camp

If you find a career path that interests you during camp, you’ll have the opportunity to attend Dunwoody after high school graduation. Those accepted into a Dunwoody program will receive a scholarship of up to $10,000/year for two years.

For questions, contact Peggy Quam, Assistant Director of Special Initiatives at or call 612.381.3067

Apply here. Applications are due May 1, 2019. 

STEM Camp: June 24 – 27, 2019
For students entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school in Fall 2019.

STEM Camp is a four-day camp that allows high school students to explore topics in STEM-related fields.

Design and build a programmable 3D-printed flashlight as you explore topics in STEM-related fields. Personalize your flashlight by first using CAD software, then soldering and assembling the electronic components, and finally programing an onboard microcomputer. Hands-on activities are led by expert faculty.

For questions, Contact E.J Daigle, Dean of Robotics & Manufacturing Technology, at or call 612.381.8172.

Register here.

Arts-N-Crafts, Robots & Computing Camp: July 15 – 19, 2019
For students entering grades 6 – 8 in Fall of 2019

Arts-N-Crafts, Robots & Computing Camp is a five-day camp that allows middle school students to explore the basics of computing through arts and crafts projects.

Campers will:

  • Build and program robots
  • Learn about Artbotics
  • Program with Scratch

 Learn the basics of computing and robotics through arts and crafts projects! Build and program robots with LEGO Mindstorms®, learn about Artbotics, and program with Scratch. Activities are led by Dunwoody faculty and staff.

For questions, contact Rob Bentz, Dean of Computer Technology, at or call 612.381.8117

Register here.