GC Robotics Summer Camp for Middle Schoolers

Made possible by the Bosch Community Fund and Grayson College Center for Workplace Learning. 

Apply and submit short essay HERE!


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Interested in designing a robot and then learning the code to make it function? RoboTex is a foundational STEM-based robotics camp, funded by the BOSCH Community Fund, that will allow you to build robots with the VEX-IQ system and participate in competitions. Bonus:  On Friday morning, the group will get hands-on experience utilizing STEM-aligned equipment in our Industrial Technology Labs. Friday afternoon will feature a major robotics competition allowing spectators!  Designed for students either entering or exiting sixth, seventh, or eighth grade. Because this class only has 20 available seats, students will compete by writing and submitting a student-interest essay with their name, grade, and school, explaining why they would like to attend the camp. Use the form link above to apply and submit the essay. *Students who do not submit a paragraph will not be considered. *Decisions will be made on the basis of county-wide diversity and the student-written essay.  If your child is accepted for this camp, you will be notified by July 3rd via email.


Entering 6th grade through exiting 8th grade Diverse selection across Grayson or Fannin Counties Emphasis will be placed on the student-written essay


Grayson College Main Campus, CWL building, Seminar B

Dates and Times:

July 17-21 Monday-Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Lunch & snacks provided


20 scholarships courtesy of the Bosch Community Fund