Robotics Camps For Kids & Teens – Alpharetta | Johns Creek Campus

Robotics Camps in Alpharetta


Ivy Bridge Academy’s Robotics Camps (FIRST LEGO League & VEX IQ Challenge Teams), and Technology Workshops are hands-on educational programs where students design, build, and program robots, which they can use to compete at local and national robotics competitions.  Our IBA Robotics Camp will help your child develop new skills that go beyond robotics, gaining confidence and a competitive advantage in life!  Our mission with our IBA Robotics Camps at Alpharetta | Johns Creek campus is to prepare our students for 21st century workplace careers by providing high quality educational opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.

Robotics & Georgia’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Overview:

The Georgia Department of Labor projects approximately 16,400 annual STEM job openings for each year until 2022. That’s over 100,000 jobs in the next ten years in the State of Ga!

A look at the STEM outlook in Georgia:

In Georgia, STEM education is defined as an integrated curriculum (as opposed to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics taught in isolation) that is driven by problem solving, discovery, exploratory project/problem-based learning, and student-centered development of ideas and solutions. The saturation of technology in most fields means that all students – not just those who plan to pursue a STEM profession – will require a solid foundation in STEM to be productive members of the workforce.

Robotics camps for kids and teens are a great way to enrich their STEM learning experience with after-school and weekend robotics programs. Robotics programs such as the FIRST LEGO League Robotics Program, and VEX IQ Challenge Robotics Program bring an element of fun and friendly competition to a complex subject matter. Our robotics camps in Alpharetta | Johns Creek are designed to give our North Fulton students a “step-up” in their STEM education by building and competing with robots!

  • Georgia STEM Day is May 8th.
  • Georgia is fighting the decline of interest in STEM with educational resources like the Carl D. Perkins Grant, STEM GEORGIA, and the UGA Office of STEM Education.
  • The goal is simple: to increase the number of students entering into and succeeding in STEM fields so Georgia can continue to contribute to the STEM landscape.
  • Ivy Bridge Academy Robotics Camps & Robotics Competitive Teams to build an interest in STEM topics at an early age using robotics and to sustain that interest throughout the students’ educational careers through fun, friendships, & competition.


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Register Now for the best Robotics Camps for FIRST LEGO League, and VEX IQ Challenge Robotics Competitions.

The field of robotics is driving new technology and changing the way we live and work. Mechanization of everything from self-driving cars to creation of new energy sources can all trace their origins in robotics and mechanical engineering. Ivy Bridge Academy Robotics Camps will foster and develop the mechanical mind by allowing the student to imagine, design, and create robots that are uniquely their own.

At our robotics camps, conveniently located near Alpharetta, Cumming, Johns Creek, Roswell, Duluth, Norcross, and Suwanee, students will work together as a team, trying out alternative methods and solutions to build amazing robots! And with our large facilities at the Johns Creek, Ga. Campus for robotic camps, each student will have the necessary space to allow their robotic camp creations stretch their legs!  Taught by a staff that’s professional, experienced, and passionate about passing on the STEM knowledge through robotics.

IBA Robotics Camps are arranged as teams. IBA Team 1 is our IBA FIRST LEGO League Robotics Team. IBA Team 2 is our IBA VEX IQ Challenge Robotics Team. We have scheduled team meetings for the two robotics teams on different days, so that those students with a particularly mechanical mind can join both IBA Robotics Teams!

The future belongs to coders & engineers!

The Robotics Camps run per season so sign up today and reserve your child’s spot for the year of the robot!

Robotics Camps for Kids & Teens

Alpharetta | Cumming | Johns Creek | Roswell | Duluth | Suwanee | Norcross
Best STEM Based After-School & Weekend Academic Robotics Camps

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