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Summer Camps

We offer a wide selection of free camps and classes. Limited Seats. Please register to reserve your spot.

Optional Donation of $25/family to help inAtalent continue our mission. Thank you! 

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Instructor: Anshika Gupta

Grades: 2-4

Join me in this virtual inAtalent interactive and fun class to discuss and learn about tips and tricks for Math Olympiad and Math Kangaroo tests. We will go over lots of fun questions. We will also practice on real test questions from the past so you are confident when you walk out of this class. 

Material Needed: paper, pen, a device to connect to Zoom and a fun attitude to learn. 


Instructor: Riya Malik

Grades: 2-6

Course Description: The goal of this class is to teach children how to speak up and use their opinions and ideas to form coherent speeches. Communication is an important skill to have in the future and I hope to teach that to children. We will be learning about different types of speech forms, the speech structure, and key points that impact our performance. 

So to every child who has a fear of public speaking or has stage fright, hop on over to these zoom sessions and grow as a speaker!

Materials Needed: Device for Zoom meetings, notebook, pen/pencil to take notes.


Instructor: Aarav Gupta

Grades: 2-5

Google Sheets is a powerful tool. It is a cloud-based spreadsheet that you can use anywhere, from any devices and it’s free. Most of the schools use Google Sheets because it allows multiple users to work on the same file. 
In this class you will learn how to create your own spreadsheet, input data, format data, filter data, move data, use formulas, and more. You will also learn how to share and collaborate on a file with multiple users.
Pre-work: Have a gmail account ready.


Instructor: Tavisha Patel
Grades: Preschool-KG

In this class I will be teaching preschoolers and kindergarteners the basics of phonics and reading. Learning the phonics are imperative to develop proper reading skills. I will teach the basics in a fun way that incorporates music. I am so excited to introduce some reading skills to these kids! For parents, here is a link to the class schedules and what to expect: 

Materials needed: A device to run Zoom


Instructor: Kanuj Verma

Grades: 3-8

In this class, you will learn Origami which is a traditional Japanese art of folding paper into decorative shapes and figures. The goal of this art is to transform a flat sheet of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques.Origami is good for you as it develops eye hand coordination, sequencing skills, memory, but also patience and attention skills. Origami also allows you to develop fine motor skills and mental concentration.
Material Needed: Origami paper, which is essentially a square piece of paper.


Instructor: Shylaa Karan

Grades: K-6

Hi everyone, my name is Shylaa Karan and I am a seventh grader at Quimby Oak Middle School. I have been doing Taekwondo for 8 years and have been to many tournaments throughout the years. I am also a 2nd degree black belt and have taught several age groups in my Taekwondo classes. I am looking forward to teaching you all about basic movements and forms of Taekwondo.

Materials Needed: An open space to move around in and a Laptop.


Instructor: Sonali Goel

Grades: 3-5

In these classes you will learn many different types of art, like sketching, shading, drawing and origami. Sketching is fun and you can express yourself in many ways. You will learn different sketching and shading techniques and draw together. Origami is paper art and we will turn 2D pieces of papers into 3D objects like animals, flowers, bow etc! 

Material Needed: For drawing- Pencil, paper, a solid surface to work on.

For origami- Origami paper (if you don’t have it, any square paper is fine), pen, and a solid surface to work on.


Instructor: Adithri Sharma

Grades: K-5

A singing class for anyone who enjoys music! We will be learning multiple vocal exercises as well as an entire song. Singing is a very great skill to learn and can be used in many situations. We will be singing in a very accepting environment, so there is no reason to be nervous or scared.

Materials Needed: A positive attitude and a device to play music on.

Summer Classes: Programs



Instructor: Shreyaa Karan

Grades: 6-8

In this class, I will be teaching and discussing with you all about common middle school math topics such as Trigonometry, Graphing Functions, Geometry, and Solving Equations. Join me in this virtual interactive and fun class to discuss and learn about important middle school math topics!

Materials Needed:  Notebook, Laptop, and You


Instructor: Sohil Rathi

Grades: 5-8

This class will cover important test-taking skills for math competitions like AMC 8, MathCounts, etc. During the class, we will:
* Review important topics that are essential for AMC 8 tests 
* Cover topics from different branches of Mathematics - Number Theory, Algebra, Counting & Probability, and Geometry
* Take mock contests to provide some contest experience
* Help improve critical problem-solving and time management skills


Instructor: Utsav Kataria

Grades: 6-9

My aim is to teach everyone the basics of programming using Python. This course introduces fundamental programming concepts such as algorithms, data types, functions, conditionals, loops, strings, lists, modules, graphics, debugging and more.

So, come and join me to learn the most popular programming language which is used by software engineers, analysts and the data scientists. The class  has no prerequisites.

Materials Needed:  Working laptops, Python Idle


Instructor: Utsav Kataria

Grades: 6-9

]This course is the next level for my course on "Python Programming For Beginners".

In this class, we will be exploring more advanced topics and will dig deeper into the object oriented programming. We will cover Files, Dictionaries, Recursion, Exception handling, Classes and Objects, Inheritance and more. If time permits, we will also work on a mini project.

Materials Needed:  Working laptops, Python Idle


Instructor: Sejal Rathi

Grades: 6-10

In this class, you will be exposed to fundamental programming concepts of Java, including variables, conditionals, loops, functions, object-oriented programming, and more. We will also discuss data structures like arrays, lists, sets, and maps along with algorithms like binary search, sorting, and recursion and discuss their time complexities.

If there is interest, we can also go over some common techniques that are useful for competitive programming.


Instructor: Arya Gijare

Grades: 6-8

Topics covered: Alphabet, numbers (0-100), basic pronouns, days of the week, colors, family relations, nouns and adjectives, present tense conjugation, translations, prepositions, conjunctions, speaking practice, reading practice, greetings, and final self introduction


Instructor: Divya Venkataraman

Grades: 6-12

How does a physical lump of me (the brain) give rise to mental life? What are people most afraid of? What do our dreams mean? Do we have natural-born prejudice? What makes us happy? What are the causes and cures of mental illness? This course tries to answer these questions and many others, providing a comprehensive overview of the scientific study of thought and behavior. This course covers every important aspect of the science of the mind. It explores topics such as perception, communication, learning, memory, decision-making, persuasion, emotions, and social behavior. We will look at how these aspects of the mind develop in children, how they differ across people, how they are wired-up in the brain, and how they break down due to illness and injury. This course is also designed to be a beneficial precursor to any AP Psychology course!

I'm admittedly biased, but I think psychology is the most interesting topic around. So, I'm delighted to have you take this course!

Materials Needed: A device to run ZOOM, a notebook and pen/pencil for note taking, and an optimistic attitude!


Instructor: Arushi Gupta

Grades: 6-9

If you have done speech and debate before and want to learn more about how to create and deliver an effective speech, learn more about speaking techniques, pronunciation, enunciation, eye contact then this is the class for you. No worries if you are a beginner and want to learn about public speaking and building your confidence, you are still very welcome. In this course we will go over different forms of speech and I will talk about various competitions that exist out there while learning techniques of how to deliver a powerful impromptu speech. So join me in this interactive class and I am sure it will be a lot of fun!

Materials Needed: Paper, pen and enthusiasm to participate and learn.


Instructor: Riya Malik

Grades: 5-8

The goal of this class is to teach students the concept of creative writing. We want to turn the millions of stories they spill out to us into a tangible piece of writing. Creative writing is an important, conceptualizable skill that we all need to have. We will be going over story structure and plot and analyzing short stories before we begin to write ones of our own.

Don’t be afraid to put your thoughts into words. Instead, come to these classes and learn how to tell your stories!

Materials Needed: Device for Zoom meetings, something to write speeches on (notebook, pen/pencil or computer)


Instructor: Anika Verma

Grades: 5-8

In my 2-week Summer class I will be sharing some of the important lessons I've learned so far on my journey in art. My class shall be helpful for anyone in middle school or older. In the class we will focus on multiple important aspects of art, such as lines, muscle memory, wrist movement and a small amount of life drawing. It will not be like a general art class since I will also teach you how to use references to create your own art style, character design, color usage, aesthetic control and much more. This is something regular art classes at school do not teach and I am happy to share my knowledge on the subject and help you become more confident with drawing figures, faces, objects and illustrative compositions.


Instructor: Riya Malik

Grades: 5-8

In these classes we will be learning how to act and understand roles. We will learn a script and rehearse it, with the goal of putting on a small, short, and funny digital play.

Materials Needed: a device to view the script and to attend the zoom meeting.


]In this course, you will learn the basics of TinkerCad, an online 3-D design tool.  Tinkercad is a 3D modeling program that runs in a web browser and is a popular platform for creating models for 3D printing. Participants will learn how to build shapes and real-life objects. 

Materials Needed: Laptop, Email Address, Access to WiFi

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