For Students Entering Grades 6-8 in the 2022-23 School Year
July 11-22 (Monday-Friday)
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Accelerate your learning this summer in a fast-paced and immersive
STEM experience taught by Hill School instructors!
Students will be assigned to a cohort based on grade level and experience. Each day will include four periods: One for each of the three majors listed below, as well as an activities period focused on games, projects, and movement.
- Problem defining
- Technical Sketching and 3D modeling
- Prototyping and Troubleshooting
Taught by: Dr. Hoda Ehsan, Chair of The Hill School’s Engineering Department
- 1D and 2D Dimensional Motion
- Newton’s Law and Energy Conservation
- Projectile Motion Target Practice
- Electric Fields, Electric Potential, Magnetic Fields
Taught by: Hill School Instructor of Science Robert Steinman
- Ratios, Rates, Percentages, and Fractions
- Proportional Reasoning
- Linear Equations and Graphing
- Geometric Explorations and Real-World Application
Taught by: Hill School Instructor of Mathematics Jake Tischler
- Be challenged to think critically, and problem solve collaboratively to gain a deeper understanding of several key concepts.
- Learn the scientific method, proper measurement techniques, unit analysis and fundamental physics principles.
- Engage in engineering thinking through a collaborative, user-centered design process.
- Receive a certificate of completion for an advanced STEM camp.