Summer Camp FAQ

Maybe. For new campers,  it's the same as last year where campers build a VEX claw-bot for the first half of the camp and then design their own robot to compete against other summer camp teams for the second half. For returning campers, they will be designing and manufacturing parts for an actual robot using CAD and the high school's shop.

Yes, it is okay if you can’t make a few sessions, you can jump right back in when you get back.

Yes, it’s a summer program not a blood oath.  However, especially since we'll be rotating through different subjects, I'd encourage them to stick it out and try some other things.

Yes, students bound for the Tech School or private/parochial schools are also welcome.

Feel free to bring snacks and beverages, but we are not providing meals.  Part of being free is that we can't provide food.

All adult coaches have their mandatory background check clearances in accordance with PA law and Bensalem SD policy.  Some high school students and recent graduates will be acting as teaching assistants to provide the most individualized attention possible.

I'm sorry but we do not provide transportation.  If that is a challenge for you, please let me know and I will try to put you in touch with other families to arrange carpooling.

YES! The Fightin’ Robotic Owls are almost entirely funded through donations and business sponsorships.  Tax-deductible donations to the program may be made to Bensalem Robotics c/o Bensalem Education Foundation.  Please contact [email protected] for more information or to discuss a sponsorship for your business!