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Registration Open - Curious Kids Tech Series Spring Sessions!

Mini-Maker/Engineering Expo | Innovation Tech Camp
  Curious Kids Tech Series: Spring 2018 Session 02

Innovation Academy offers hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math classes and Engineering camps that are fun. With 3D printing, robots, and a PhD physicist, loads of learning is bound to happen. Time to discover your inner geek!

Classes are open to all Southern California students. We are vendors for Compass, Excel, Gorman, iLeadInspire, Sage OakSky MountainSummit, and Valiant. If you would like us to become a vendor with your charter school, please send Debby an email (debbyATttinventDOTcom).

We are vendors for Compass, Excel, Gorman, iLead, Inspire, Sage Oak, Sky Mountain, Summit, and Valiant.

NOTE: If you are going through a homeschool charter to pay for this event, there are two steps that MUST be completed:

1) Students MUST register through our registration form or they will not be on the event roster. See the registration link for each specific activity below to sign up.

2) Request a certificate from your school.

Mini-Maker Expo/Innovation Expo

Mini-Maker Expo 

A hands-on survey of fun STEM activities. The Mini-Maker Expo grabs kids curiosity and sucks them into the world of inventing–2018 style! No boring books or lectures or videos. Kids get their hands on 3D printers, Blinking LED art, and digital design software for making their ideas come to life. We designed the Mini-Maker Expo as an eye-catching introduction to the world of innovation and inventing. For two hours, kids are immersed in hands-on simulations designed to spark curiosity. The energy in the room is crackling with excitement.


Innovation Expo

Hands-on survey of 3D printing, 3D design, coding, and electronics. At the Innovation Expo teens explore the world of engineering–2018 style! No boring books or lectures or videos. Teens use 3D printers, 3D graphic design software, electronics, and computer coding to power up their brains. We designed the Innovation Expo as an inspiring introduction to the world of innovation and engineering. For two hours, teens are immersed in hands-on activities engineered to get them thinking about new ideas. The energy in the room is explosive.


  • Date: March 1, 2018
  • Location: Harvest Christian Center, Phelan, CA
  • Cost: $50 per event
  • Mini-Maker Expo 9:30am-noon (Kinder-5th)
  • Engineering Expo 1pm-3pm (middle/high school)
  • Registration

Note about recommended grade levels

Grade level recommendations can be somewhat flexible depending on the maturity of the student. For example, a 3rd grade student who is able to read well and collaborate well with others might be able to succeed in a higher level class. However, a 3rd grade student who does not read well might have a challenging time with that same class. We would be happy to discuss specifics with parents who have questions about what might be appropriate for their student.

Curious Kids Tech Series Spring Session 02


Location: Pinon Hills Community Center, Pinon Hills, CA

Schedule: Spring Session 02 Class Dates: April 6, 13, 27; May 4, 11, 18

NOTE: Simple Robots is full and a waiting list has been established. Contact us to be added to the list. Artistic Textile Technology only has 2 seats left! All other classes are nearing capacity so register soon.

A full description of all Spring 2018 classes and events is available at

Innovation Tech Camp Spring Break 2018


  • Session 01: March 12-15 (Phelan CA)
  • Session 02: March 19-22 (Victorville CA)
  • Session 03: March 27-30 (FILLED!!)
  • Summer Session dates will be available soon.
  • Times: 9am-4pm
  • Cost: $250
  • Ages: 12-18
  • Charter School Student Registration:
  • Independent Homeschool Registration:


Innovation Tech Camp is a 4-day fully-immersive experience for teens 12-18 years old.

Your child will work hands-on with some of today’s most innovative technology — building custom inventions in fun and creative challenges alongside their peers, all in an inspiring and safe environment.

Teens love Innovation Tech Camp. Why? Because we believe learning should be fun and relevant, and every child should be able to grow to his or her fullest potential. That’s exactly what kids experience at Innovation Tech Camp.

Teens that join Innovation Tech Camp develop the tools to thrive in a challenging environment. Some of our past campers, who had never been exposed to engineering, ended up pursuing degrees in STEM-related fields after attending. Hands-on experience, team-building exercises, fun and challenging environments — Innovation Tech Camp has it all.

Just imagine: Inspired kids! Expanded minds! Unlocked potential!


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