Summer Academy 2016

The Miller Family takes on STEM and so much more!!

World of Minecraft

Join us as we explore, learn, problem solve, and create amazing and unique worlds together using the popular game Minecraft. Minecraft is a 3-D simulation game in which players work on their own, or collaboratively, to discover resources and use them to craft and build a unique world. Participants will spend time being challenged by puzzles, quests, and games as they explore the worlds of Minecraft. This class was sold out last year, so don't wait!!


  • Session 1: June 20- 23 8:30-10:30 Cost: $120
  • Session 2: June 27-30 10:15-12:15 Cost $120
  • Session 3: July 5-7 10:30-12:30 Cost $90

Where: Haddonfield Middle School

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Kids CAN!! STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math)

This explosive hands-on camp will keep kids excited with science, technology, engineering, dynamic arts & math!! Throughout this action-packed week, students will experience working with a variety of unexpected mediums including technology and so much more!

Activities will include:

  • Augmented reality projects
  • Flip-o-gram multi-media projects
  • 3-D Printing,
  • LEGO STEM WeDo 2.0
  • SPRK Sphero Macrolab

Challenging builds incorporating engineering and literature all in one and SO much more!


  • Session 1: June 20- 23 11:00-1:00 Grades 6-8, Cost $120
  • Session 2: June 27-30 12:30-2:30 Grades 3-5, Cost $120
  • Session 3: July 5-7 1:00-3:00 Grades K-2, Cost: $90

Where: Haddonfield Middle School

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Keep Calm and GO for the GOLD with LEGOs!!

Geared towards elementary students. Calling all brick building LEGO fans!! On your mark, get set, build! Celebrate the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics with cool LEGO models, set “Brick Building Olympic” Records and win LEGO medals!! Brick Building Olympic events will include “Minute to Build It” based on the popular television series on NBC, along with “Topper Challenge” and many, many more! This class will be sure to engage and motivate any young mind whom loves to create and build using their imagination! Each day we will offer challenges, both group and individual, free play (with project ideas) and a time at the end of class for Show & Tell. This is an ideal class for any Lego-maniac!

2 Sessions Offered:

  • Session 1 June 20 - 23 12:30-2:00
  • Session 2 June 27 - 30 12:30-2:00


  • $90

Keyboarding for Kids!!

Keyboarding is becoming more and more of a standard skill needed and used regularly. The goal of this camp is to provide a comfortable and receptive environment where children can acquire these keyboarding skills. Being familiar and comfortable with typing can aid with concentration, reduce the stresses associated with school work and assist the child in recognizing and identifying his/her own accomplishments. This camp will teach keyboarding technique, accuracy and speed, use software that engages the student and reinforces continued practice, include lessons, games, and exercises and much, much, more!!

For: Students entering grades 2-8

2 Sessions offered:

  • Session 1 June 20-23 1:30-3:00, Cost $90
  • Session 2 July 5-7 8:45-10:15, Cost $70


      Where: Haddonfield Middle School

      Mrs. Jessica & Mr. Mike Miller

      Mrs. Miller serves as the Central and Middle School Media Specialist, During the school year, she teaches Digital Citizenship in the middle school as well as literacy and technology in Central School. She is the AV coordinator at the middle school and elementary technology facilitator at Central. She is involved with numerous extra-curricular activities including Battle of the Books, HMHS Freshman Girls Soccer, HMS Track, Bulldawg Buddies, Central School Student Council, and many more! Most of all, she LOVES working with children!!

      Mr. Miller also works in Haddonfield Public Schools as a high school history teacher. He is involved with various extra-curricular activities including HMHS Football, Head Wrestling coach, Assistant Baseball coach, Peer Leaders and many more! Most importantly, he loves working with children and especially in the area of legos. He was an instructor last year and will be one this year in the Camp Invention week!