Ignite's 2021 Summer is packed with Robotics, Engineering, and Harry Potter Camps!  

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What do summer camps look like?

A room full of excited creative kids exploring science concepts, creatively tackling engineering challenges, and gaining confidence in their abilities to bring their own ideas to life. It's sometimes noisy, sometimes quietly focused, and always FUN!

Camp details
  • Weekly Camps

  • Morning camps meet 9:30 - 12:00

  • Afternoon camps meet 2:00 - 4:30

  • Campers should wear casual clothes - slime and paint explosions don't always wash out!

  • Campers can bring a water bottle and peanut-free snack if desired

  • Location: 216 Bransfield Rd, Greenville, SC 29615. Click here for details about our current location.

  • Please read our COVID Policies and Guidelines

2021 Camps

Robotics classes are now full. Please check back with us later in the summer to learn more about fall Robotics classes and FIRST LEGO Team opportunities

 Morning STEAM camps are full!

Please Email Beth to be added to a waiting list for those camps. 

Due to popular demand, we are creating a list of Rising 1st - 3rd graders who are interested in afternoon STEAM camps  the weeks of June 28 - July 2 and July 19 - 23. 

Email Beth to be added to the waitlist., If we get 4 campers in a week, we will offer the camp!

June 28 - July 2 & July 19 - 23


June 28 - July 2 & July 19 - 23

By the end of the week, your child will declare that chemistry is cool, physics is fab, and engineering is awesome! 

Elementary age campers will explore explosive and slimy chemical reactions, powerful forces, and moving machines! Science is not just academic in the summer!

STEAM camps are designed for elementary aged children.

Dates and Times


June 28 - July 2 AM Session has one spot left!

July 19 - 23 AM Session is full!

Morning Session 9:30-12:00 

Rising 1st – 3rd Grade Students

Afternoon Session 2:00-4:30 

Rising 1st - 3rd Grade Students 

If you have multiple elementary age children who don’t all fit in the age-group, contact us at beth@igniteingenuity.org and we will discuss all of them attending.


June 14 - 18

Harry Potter

June 14 - 18

Potions, Charms, Herbology, and Quidditch - Everything a Muggle needs to pass O.W.L.s!

Campers will design their own light-up wand, perfect the Lumos spell, boil color changing potions, examine magnetic Troll-Bogey slime, and design a Marauder’s Map.

I Solemnly Swear Your Camper Will be Up To No Good!

Dates and Times

June 14 - 18

Morning Session 9:30 - 12:00

Afternoon Session 2:00 - 4:30

Rising 3rd – 6th Grade Students.

Campers should have read at least one Harry Potter book or watched at least one movie.


June 21 - 25,  July 12 - 16, &  July 26 - 30

LEGO Robotics

June 21 - 25, July 12 - 16, & July 26 - 30

LEGO We-Do 2.0 Robotics for rising 3rd-Middle School students.

LEGO builders combine imaginative LEGO robotic structures with motors and sensors and learn to code their robot's movements. At the end of the week, campers will collaborate in teams to solve a LEGO Education Challenge. At Ignite, each camper uses their own We-Do 2.0 kit. We believe that kids learn best when they design and build their own robots.

Dates and Times

June 21 - 25, 

July 12 - 16 is full, contact Beth to be added to a waiting list!

Afternoons 2:00 - 4:30

Rising 3rd - 7th Grade Students

Advanced LEGO We-Do 2.0 Camp - Campers will code advanced gears and sensors. Contact Beth before registering for this camp

July 26 - 30

Afternoons 2:00-4:30

Rising 3rd-7th Grade Students

Campers must have previous experience with LEGO We-Do 2.0 Robotics. Contact Beth to discuss your child's experiences before registering for this camp.


COVID 19 Policies: At Ignite, your child's health and safety is our primary concern. We will follow the current CDC mask guidelines. Parents may choose whether or not their child wears a mask at camps or classes. Adult teachers who are fully vaccinated will not be required to wear a mask, but may choose to do so. STEAM learning is collaborative and students learn best from each other. As we work to create a safe lab that still allows for protected collaboration, we have planned STEAM activities to allow for individual ingenuity, limited the number of campers, and put in place stringent cleaning protocols. Please be aware that we recommend that teachers wear face masks, but if a teacher has a medical condition that prohibits the wearing of a face covering, we will not require the use of face masks. Click here for our complete COVID-19 safety guidelines.  

Summer Camp Registration

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