10th Grade Camps:

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New! Fabulous Female Artists

Explore the styles, techniques, concepts, and legacies of female artists who deserve to be household names. A variety of projects in 2 and 3D, across media both common and unusual, in styles both contemporary and classic, work together to provide a new level of insight and appreciation. Grow to know, love, and respect artists and great works by often overlooked women artists. If you are looking to round out a curiosity for art history, or for an unusually cross-curricular way to appreciate art, this camp is one designed to do all that with curriculum that meets National Standards for Art Education. Proudly present your work at a brief art show.

XCHLC 311, $319

7/22-7/26, 9am-2pm, Grades 6 & Up


TEENZART: Fine Art Studio

We’ll capture the passion and imagination of older students through quality art instruction that mixes technique and skill building with opportunities for creative freedom and self-expression. Big plans include painting, sculpture, watercolor, pastels, printmaking and mixed media with projects that pack a lot of WOW! TeenzArtists will be encouraged to work together to learn, design, think, and create in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Proudly present your work at a brief art show on Friday

XCHLC 275, $319

8/5 - 8/9, 9am-2pm, Grades 6 & Up


Chess For Success

Don’t be a pawn! Learn how to outsmart both friend and foe. Chess develops skills in critical thinking, problem solving, analysis, and visualization – all while fostering confidence and sportsmanship. Learn tactics and strategic skills you can build upon all year. The High Technology High School Chess Club advisor and members of the High Technology Chess High School Team welcome novice and experienced players.

XCHLC 187, $319

7/8-7/12, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 6 & up


Politics and Debate Camp

Calling all young debaters and politicians! Join us as we examine social and political theories, laws, and governments around the world and their impact on societies. Current “hot topics” and world events will guide us through the week of discussion and debate. Examine pivotal moments in history. No two camps are alike! Be prepared for an intense week of debating and critical thinking. Debate teams are welcome to bring their own material to sharpen their skills with the help of the instructor.

XCHLC 265, $319

Sec 1: 7/8-7/12, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 7-10 (Domestic Issues)

Sec 2: 7/22–7/26, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-10 (Global Issues)


Bioethics in the 21st Century

Examine some of the 21st century issues in bioethics.  Topics to include stem cell technology, gene editing with CRISPR, introducing genetically modified organisms into the environment, xenotransplantation, cloning technologies, the use of DNA vaccines, ownership and access to a person’s genetic information, and more! Students will learn about the science behind these issues and how to engage in an organized and thoughtful debate from multiple stakeholder perspectives. Camp activities will include use of case-studies, videos, articles, discussion and debate.

XCHLC 284, $319

8/12 – 8/16, 9am – 2pm, Grade 8-10


Programming Robots with Arduino Microprocessors (Beginners)       

Campers learn the principles of integrated circuits and programming while utilizing the skills of schematic design. Students design and build several circuits to produce light, sound and motor movement within both series and parallel circuits while controlled through programming. Camp ends with a competition using Arduino programmable Robots within a design challenge competing with their campmates.

XCHLC 305, $319

Section 1: 7/29-8/2, 9am-2pm, Grades 6-8

Section 2: 8/12-8/16, 9am-2pm, Grades 9-11

High Technology High School – Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus. Brown bag lunch optional. Campers may purchase lunch in college cafeteria


Bioethics in the 21st Century

Examine some of the 21st century issues in bioethics.  Topics to include stem cell technology, gene editing with CRISPR, introducing genetically modified organisms into the environment, xenotransplantation, cloning technologies, the use of DNA vaccines, ownership and access to a person’s genetic information, and more! Students will learn about the science behind these issues and how to engage in an organized and thoughtful debate from multiple stakeholder perspectives. Camp activities will include use of case-studies, videos, articles, discussion and debate.

XCHLC 284, $319

8/12 – 8/16, 9am – 2pm, Grade 8-10


Programming Robots with Arduino Microprocessors (Beginners)       

Learn the principles of integrated circuits and programming while utilizing the skills of schematic design. Students design and build several circuits to produce light, sound and motor movement within both series and parallel circuits while controlled through programming. The course ends with a competition using Arduino programmable Robots within a design challenge competing with their classmates.

XCHLC 305, $319

Section 2: 8/12-8/16, 9am-2pm, Grades 9-11

High Technology High School – Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus.


Engineering Design - An Introduction

Use engineering design principles while utilizing 3-D CAD software. Learn to read engineering drawings for manufacturing products, and review American National Standards Institute guidelines for designing products. Identify, create, and read working drawings, apply dimensions, identify and create pictorial drawings, and learn sketching techniques. Create orthographic, oblique, isometric, and perspective sketches and exploded views. AutoDesk Inventor and modeling software provide hands-on experience. Create a digital portfolio to save, and download a free copy of AutoDesk Inventor 2019.

XCHLC 193, $319

7/8-7/12, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 9-11

High Technology High School – Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus.  


Baking Basics/Culinary Education Center             

Be introduced to the fundamentals of baking in a commercial kitchen (four time Chopped champion Emily Chapman attended) and taught by a professional chef. Topics include scaling and measurements; ingredient fundamentals and the principles and techniques used in the preparation of baked goods, equipment, food safety, and sanitation. Hands-on baking to include a wide variety of recipes (i.e. cream puffs, scones, cookies, cakes, and more!) Professional kitchen rules apply – students will clean equipment, tools after use and must wear long pants and closed toe shoes (no loafers, sandals, etc.)                 

XCHLC 287, $179                                                         

7/9 – 7/11, Tues-Thurs, 9am–1pm, Grades 9-11 (3 day camp)

Program meets at the Culinary Education Center

(101 Drury Lane, Asbury Park, NJ)


Auto Tech Intro

Find out where the rubber meets the road. Explore auto tech fundamentals in our state-of-the-art automotive facility. Learn some of the basics of automotive service such as oil changes, brake inspections and tire mounting and balancing. Whether you are a future automotive tech or a car-loving consumer, this is a rare opportunity to find out if what’s under the hood is under your skin. Proper attire required in lab: no shorts, tank tops or open-toed shoes.

Program meets at Lincroft campus Auto Tech Lab/Bay.

XCHLC 194, $225

8/5 - 8/9, 9 am-12 pm, Grades 9-12


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