Happy Campers & Happy Parents
Are Important to Us
We work hard to create a quality educational experience for all of our students. We design original curriculum and test it out with students in the fall and winter to ensure age-appropriateness and interest. We then hire teachers who have a love for educating students as well as the technical and management skills for the class that they will be leading.
This will be our 26th year of serving students and families! We recently received awards in the categories of "Best Technology Camp", "Best Math or Science Support", " "Best Technology School or Program" in Bay Area Parent Magazine for 2019.
Parents and students really love our camps!
Here are some parent comments about recent camps:
"Eugenie and her colleagues were fantastic. My son and his friends loved learning how to apply basic coding to LEGO builds, geeking out over Minecraft, and showing off their work at the end of camp each day."
Xavier L. - San Francisco
"This is the first time my kids rated a camp 11, from 1-10! Kathryn and Miguel are professional and approachable! Camp is so cool, fun and truly innovative and educational!"
Ricca Cathrina E. - Fremont
"This is our first experience with these camps and they are fantastic! My 6 year old son absolutely loved both weeks and couldn't wait to show us his new creations each day. The instructors, Jackie, McKenzie and Isabella were so hardworking, caring and conscientious of each child's needs. Thank you for taking such great care of our next generation of leaders! Our son can't wait to come back next year!
Steven D. - Burlingame
"The class teachers were Keith and Ethan who were a ton of fun and very encouraging in their instructional styles. Their patience promoted the children's confidence by empowering them to accomplish tasks on their own via guidance. This was our first time at a TechKnowHow summer camp and we recommend it!"
Susan C. - San Francisco
"My son loved this camp! The instructors are very friendly, warm and welcoming. What I loved is that every kid gets their own robotics toolkit in a container and the teachers actually teach the science behind robots. It's not just playing with LEGO bricks."
Jeff D. - San Francisco