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Robotics Summer Camps
Robotics summer camps are all about the bots. Kids of all ages can participate in these camps. Except for creativity, there is no other special skill required to enter in these camps. The kids only have to use their imagination to create a robot, actually use their skills to build it and then see it running around like a live individual. The tools to do this are basically building systems, an intelligent microcomputer brick and the functionality of the drag – and – drop system. Learning this, the kids begin to create robots, starting from the first day of the camp.




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FW16 Staff Only - Week 2 - Southwind Younglife Camp - 18115 SE 95th Street Rd, Ocklawaha, FL
AD approval required to choose this option. This is registration for Week 2! Staff should arrive by 5pm Sunday, May 7th. Staff only registration for Focus Week 2016 727-709-3567


Education in Buffalo, NY

See also: List of Buffalo metropolitan area schools Lafayette High School Public schools Currently, there are 78 public schools in the city including a growing number of charter schools . As of 2006, the total enrollment was 41,089 students with a student-teacher ratio of 13.5 to 1. The graduation rate is up to 52% in 2008, up from 45% in 2007, and 50% in 2006. More than 27% of teachers have a Master's degree or higher and the median amount of experience in the field is 15 years. When considering the entire metropolitan area, there are a total of 292 schools educating 172,854 students. Buffalo has a magnet school system, featuring schools that attract students with special interests, such as science , bilingual studies, and Native American studies . Specialized facilities include the Buffalo Elementary School of Technology; the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Multicultural Institute; the International School ; the Dr. Charles R. Drew Science Magnet School; Build Academy; Leonardo da Vinci High School Buffalo; PS 32 Bennett Park Montessori; the Buffalo Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts, BAVPA; the Riverside Institute of Technology ; Lafayette High School/Buffalo Academy of Finance ; Hutchinson Central Technical High School ; Burgard Vocational High School ; South Park High School ; and the Emerson School of Hospitality. Buffalo is currently in the process of a $1 billion city school rebuilding plan. Private schools The city is home to 47 private schools while the metropolitan region has 150 institutions. Most private schools have a Roman Catholic affiliation. There are schools affiliated with other religions such as Islam . There are also nonsectarian options including The Buffalo Seminary , and Nichols School . Complementing its standard function, the Buffalo Public Schools Adult and Continuing Division provides education and services to adults throughout the community. In addition, the Career and Technical Department offers more than 20 academic programs, and is attended by about 6,000 students each year. Catholic High Schools Canisius High School Bishop Timon - St. Jude High School Nardin Academy Holy Angels Academy Mount .

Buffalo, NY City Statistics:

Population: 292648
Longitude: -78.8597 Latitude: 42.8898

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