Zebra Robotics

6635 Kitimat Rd, #34 Mississauga, Ontario, L5N 6J2 Locations: Milton, Online (view map)

Ages:
7 to 17 (Coed )
Type:
Virtual Program, Day camp, After-school / weekend classes
Programs:
Specialty:
STEM
Cost:
$30 to $400
Special Needs:
Yes, Mild support (Not all campers have special needs)

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About this Camp

Zebra Robotics
 

Zebra Robotics offers robotics and coding after-school, weekend, and summer camp classes for students from Grade 2 to 12. We offer both virtual and in-person classes. Learn block based coding, web design, app dev, game dev, python, Java and more. Our robotics teams have competed in many regional and international competitions. Check us out and see why we are different.


The Our Kids review of Zebra Robotics

 

STEM is important, though Zebra understands that community is as well. The programs occur within an inclusive environment, allowing participants to engage and grow with like-minded peers. There is a sense of accomplishment granted most obviously by the competitions, at which Zebra excels, though the sense of belonging is a valuable aspect of the offering as well. Expertly run by skilled, engaging coaches, in settings that are well appointed.


The 2021 Experience at Zebra Robotics

We are opening in-person classes along with our continued virtual classes for the fall session. In-person class spaces are limited. Call us to book a spot.

All in-person classes will follow strict safety protocol, including safe-distancing with limited class capacity, mandatory mask requirement for students &coaches and other health authorities recommended best practices.

View recent COVID-19 updates from Zebra Robotics

Programs and Sessions Calendar

Choose the right programs and sessions for your child; currently 15 programs available; 10 TBD.

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Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 6 - 13
STEM $150 to $170
Virtual Program,
Online
Nov 01, 2020-Dec 01, 2022$150 - $170
Photo/Video|Animation / 3D design|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Instructor lead (group)|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 6 - 8
Scratch $130 to $147
Virtual Program,
Online
Nov 01, 2020-Dec 01, 2022$130 - $147
Scratch|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 14 - 17
JAVA $180 to $203
Virtual Program,
Online
Nov 01, 2020-Dec 01, 2022$180 - $203
Photo/Video|AI (Artificial Intelligence)|Animation / 3D design|JAVA|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Instructor lead (group)|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 13 - 15
Python $170 to $192
Virtual Program,
Online
Nov 01, 2020-Dec 01, 2022$170 - $192
Photo/Video|AI (Artificial Intelligence)|Animation / 3D design|Python|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Instructor lead (group)|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 14 - 17
Animation / 3D design $180 to $203
Virtual Program,
Online
Nov 01, 2020-Dec 01, 2022$180 - $203
Fantasy/superhero|Marvel Universe/Avengers|Photo/Video|AI (Artificial Intelligence)|Animation / 3D design|JAVA|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Virtual reality|Instructor lead (group)|Space|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 6 - 11
Video Game/Web Design $130 to $147
Virtual Program,
Online
Nov 01, 2020-Dec 01, 2022$130 - $147
Fantasy/superhero|Harry Potter|Scratch|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 11 - 14
Web design/development $150 to $170
Virtual Program,
Online
Nov 01, 2020-Dec 01, 2022$150 - $170
Photo/Video|Animation / 3D design|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Web design/development|Instructor lead (group)|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 9 - 12
Robotics $160 to $181
Virtual Program,
Online
Nov 01, 2020-Dec 01, 2022$160 - $181
Robotics|Technology|Virtual reality|Instructor lead (group)|LEGO|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 11 - 14
Web design/development $150 to $170
Virtual Program,
Online
Nov 01, 2020-Dec 01, 2022$150 - $170
Photo/Video|Animation / 3D design|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Web design/development|Instructor lead (group)|STEAM|STEM
Class/league/program
Coed
Ages: 13 - 16
Computer programming (multi) $180 to $203
Mississauga,ON
6635 Kitimat Rd, #34
Nov 01, 2020-Nov 01, 2021$180 - $203
Python|Robotics|Technology|Virtual reality|Instructor lead (group)|LEGO|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Class/league/program
Coed
Ages: 9 - 12
Robotics $160 to $181
Mississauga,ON
6635 Kitimat Rd, #34
Nov 01, 2020-Nov 01, 2021$160 - $181
Robotics|Technology|Virtual reality|Instructor lead (group)|LEGO|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Class/league/program
Coed
Ages: 9 - 12
Robotics $160 to $181
Mississauga,ON
6635 Kitimat Rd, #34
Nov 01, 2020-Nov 01, 2021$160 - $181
Robotics|Technology|Virtual reality|Instructor lead (group)|LEGO|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Class/league/program
Coed
Ages: 7 - 10
Technology $130 to $147
Mississauga,ON
6635 Kitimat Rd, #34
Nov 01, 2020-Nov 01, 2022$130 - $147
Fantasy/superhero|Harry Potter|Robotics|Scratch|Technology|Instructor lead (group)|LEGO|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Class/league/program
Coed
Ages: 8 - 11
Robotics $130 to $147
Mississauga,ON
6635 Kitimat Rd, #34
Nov 01, 2020-Nov 01, 2022$130 - $147
Fantasy/superhero|Robotics|Scratch|Technology|Instructor lead (group)|LEGO|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Class/league/program
Coed
Ages: 12 - 15
Robotics $160 to $181
Mississauga,ON
6635 Kitimat Rd, #34
Nov 01, 2020-Nov 01, 2021$160 - $181
Python|Robotics|Technology|Virtual reality|Instructor lead (group)|LEGO|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 10 - 12
STEM
Virtual Program,
Online
Date TBDCost TBD
Fantasy/superhero|Harry Potter|Computer programming (multi)|Technology|Web design/development|Video Game/Web Design|Robotics|Instructor lead (group)|Instructor lead (one on one)|Credit Courses|Math|Engineering|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 13 - 16
STEM
Virtual Program,
Online
Date TBDCost TBD
Fantasy/superhero|Harry Potter|Animation / 3D design|Minecraft|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Instructor lead (group)|Instructor lead (one on one)|Credit Courses|Math|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Fantasy/superhero|Harry Potter|Animation / 3D design|Scratch|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Instructor lead (group)|Credit Courses|LEGO|Math|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 8 - 10
Traditional (multi activity)
Virtual Program,
Online
Date TBDCost TBD
Fantasy/superhero|Animation / 3D design|Minecraft|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Web design/development|Instructor lead (group)|Credit Courses|LEGO|Math|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 10 - 12
Traditional (multi activity)
Virtual Program,
Online
Date TBDCost TBD
Fantasy/superhero|Animation / 3D design|Robotics|Scratch|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Instructor lead (group)|Credit Courses|LEGO|Math|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Fantasy/superhero|Harry Potter|Robotics|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Web design/development|Instructor lead (group)|Credit Courses|Math|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 9 - 11
STEM
Virtual Program,
Online
Date TBDCost TBD
Animation / 3D design|Technology|Web design/development|Instructor lead (group)|LEGO|Math|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 10 - 16
STEM
Virtual Program,
Online
Date TBDCost TBD
Fantasy/superhero|Harry Potter|Python|Rasberry Pi|Robotics|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Web design/development|Instructor lead (group)|Credit Courses|Super Camp|LEGO|Math|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 10 - 13
Traditional (multi activity)
Virtual Program,
Online
Date TBDCost TBD
Fantasy/superhero|Animation / 3D design|Minecraft|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Instructor lead (group)|Credit Courses|LEGO|Math|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 13 - 16
STEM
Virtual Program,
Online
Date TBDCost TBD
Fantasy/superhero|Harry Potter|Python|Rasberry Pi|Robotics|Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Web design/development|Instructor lead (group)|Credit Courses|Super Camp|LEGO|Math|Engineering|STEAM|STEM
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Reviews & Testimonials


A Letter from a Student
Aditya Shah — Camper

Zebra Robotics has been a great learning environment. They have set opportunities for me that I can never have imagined. In a few years’ time, I have challenged myself to think critically and effectively at competitions like First Lego League (FLL) and Zone 1, while learning to respect my peers and my opponents. When I started to attend Zebra Robotics in September of 2016, I went to the Robotics 400 classes, having no past training or use of the technology. I still remember my first class, one of the head coaches, Coach Satish. He understood that everyone in that class had little to no past experience with using Lego Robotics. The robot was explained carefully, starting with hardware, and moving onto the parts. Coach Satish simply and wonderfully explained the components and how effective they can be when combined with simple code. I was challenged to think outside of the box while knowing I would not be judged even if I failed, because of Zebra Robotics’ welcoming atmosphere. I was then chosen to move onto competing in one of the FLL teams. My time at FLL was captivating. I was able to program, innovate and learn extraordinary things in 6 months with my team, the Wave Riders. I traveled to Seneca College, the University of Waterloo, and Rick Hanson Secondary School for my FLL competitions, I have also been to Montreal for Zone 1. We worked diligently and eliminated all conflicts with consensus. The process for FLL is the best part, making each day unique. We were able to make a strong bond with each other because of the process. Though the idea of our product becoming reality was terrifying, we used that for our inspiration. Competition days were hectic, but the rush of adrenaline is always exciting. Presentations on these days helped improve my concentration, performance, and confidence for the future. Overall, FLL engages everyone’s mind. Zebra Robotics’ has many benefits for the students. Before I came to Zebra Robotics, I wouldn’t be able to express my thoughts clearly and I couldn’t adapt to certain situations. I learned to become flexible with my new, developed skills. Flexibility is important for competitions because they require you to complete a variety of tasks efficiently. This skill allowed me to adapt and problem solve. Robotics helps students realize their passions and what they are able to do. Kids who learn robotics early on will be more likely to understand their future pathways. I have also learned to be a team player and a leader as I learned to communicate clearly. Furthermore, robotics has thought me to respect my peers. I was able to learn the essential skills needed for future work at Zebra Robotics and I learned how to use them for competitions and problem-solving.


App development with Zebra Robotics
Anika Kottaram — Camper

My name is Anika Kottaram daughter of sudha hariharan. I’m going to the eighth grade in greenwood high international school. I’ve been doing the app development course and have learnt quite a bit within the span of 10 days. I’ve learnt how to develop apps that I use day to day with ease such as an app for doodling or calculating my age. Coach Vasantha always kept me on my toes giving me challenges to complete by myself at home. Zebra has helped me to pass my time during this lockdown by helping me learn new things and would love to continue with this for some more time.



Director's Message

Satish Thiyagarajan, Zebra Robotics's Journey

Technology is everywhere around us. It has changed the way we create, communicate, and consume information. Technology is improving our quality of life by producing high quality products and delivering them to an astonishing number of consumers. Artificially Intelligent automation is going to power the next decade.


We founded Zebra Robotics six years back, to provide our students with the knowledge and experience to take advantage of the opportunities technology offers. Our approach to use robotics and coding together to develop hands on building and computer-based programming skills has resulted in phenomenal success. Our student alumni have not only competed and demonstrated their skills at regional, national and international events, they have also earned admissions to prestigious university programs, such as the University of Toronto and the University of Waterloo, to name a few. Check out our webpage for some of their stories.


Our programs cater to students from Grade 2 to 12, and our future roadmap will provide more depth and expanse in our course offerings. Our focus is on quality programs that provide significant value to our students and their parents. We invite you to join us in this exciting journey.


Stories


My take on coding

How did you get interested in Coding?

My parents found out about Zebra Robotics around 5 years ago and enrolled me into robotics. During the time I was in Robotics I was completely attracted to programming; flash forward a few years and I joined as a student in Java. Initially I struggled with programming but as it was a grade 11 course I had, I had to push myself to learn and somewhere along the line I started to enjoy programming. From there onwards I programmed at every opportunity I got. Eventually my passion for programming took me to pursue computer science and as such I’m a second year Computer Science student.

Rajath

Rajath far right has been a student of robotics and coding. He started volunteering and eventually teaching at Zebra Robotics.

Tell us a bit about yourself, your hobby and what you’d like to do when you are not working on your school or university work.

University and working a job at Zebra takes up most of my time, that being said in the little free time I have I mostly just watch shows. Additionally, I make sure to exercise on my free time, as to counteract sitting down and working for a few hours.

How long were you a student at Zebra Robotics? What did you like most at Zebra during that time?

I was a student for around 3 years, in between which I started working a part-time job at Zebra. I have been a Robotics and Coding instructor at Zebra for a little more than 3 years. While I was a student, I spent my first year in robotics and my next 2 in competition with a bit of coding mixed in.

If you were to suggest few things to aspiring Computer Science university students, what would you say?

Programming as a whole is quite difficult at first because it’s like learning a whole new language. With perseverance, practice, and sincerity anyone can become a programmer. Once you get over the first hump in programming, there will be many more but every single challenge you accomplish helps fortify your skills. For university preparation, learn what languages are essential at the time (java, python, etc..) and that should give you a good head start for  first year university.

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