FAQ: Teens Summer Camp

1. What types of training do you offer for kids during summer?

During summers, NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC) offers computer camps for kids between the ages of 10 and 18. The goal of our summer camp is to help students learn to program while having fun. NRCLC is Partners with Microsoft, CIW, Irvine Valley College, City of Santa Ana and Prometric, Pearson, Kryterion, Comira, and Certiport for offering Professional Exams.

Through our summer program, students learn to create games, websites, and software using various programming languages (C, C++, JavaScript, Java, Python) while learning utilizes logical, mathematical, and scientific skills while developing different programs. These programs are beneficial for students who are planning to enroll in AP Computer Science, preparing for Information Technology Specialist Exam, apply for College (Computer Science or Engineering major), or planning to build a career in web design, graphic design, game programming, software engineering, mobile app development or more.

2. Where will the training take place?

The training is being offered at NR Computer Learning Center(NRCLC) in Santa Ana, CA.

Center Location Registration Information
Santa Ana NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC)
1820 E. 1st Street, Suite 550, Santa Ana, CA 92705
visit www.NRCLC.com or call (714) 505-3475
Irvine Irvine Valley College (IVC)
5500 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618
visit www.ivc.edu, send email to ivccommunityed@ivc.edu or (949) 451-5555
Irvine ATEP
5500 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618
visit www.ivc.edu or call (714) 505-3475
Fullerton City of Fullerton
5500 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618
visit www.ivc.edu or call (714) 505-3475

3. Where is Irvine Valley College (IVC) located?

IVC is located in Irvine (California) close to 5 Freeway and Jeffery. It is located a mile south of Tustin Marketplace. The address is 5500 Irvine Center Drive, Irvine, CA 92618.

4. Where is NR Computer Learning Center (NRCLC) located?

NRCLC is located in the City of Orange (California) at the cross-section of 5 and 55 freeways, close to the Angel’s Stadium and a few miles from Disneyland & Convention Center in Anaheim. The address is 1820 E. 1st Street, Suite 550, Santa Ana, CA 92705.

5. When does the computer camp start?

The summer camps start in June.

6. How long are these Camps?

Each camp varies from a few days to a week.

7. What is class size for your training program?

NRCLC can accommodate up to 12 students. IVC can accommodate up to 30 students One student is assigned per station. One student is assigned per station. NRCLC reserves the right to cancel a camp if there are less than 5 students registered for the program.

8. Do each student have their own computer during the class?

Yes, each student gets a computer to work. Our classes are designed to be hands-on and very interactive. Students will leave our class comfortable using the skills taught.

9. Can you tell me more about the program?

Our programs are designed for students who have little to no knowledge of game programming, software development, or website development, especially the level I programs, such as Computer Basic and Java I.  The course consists of hands-on labs where students can get an opportunity to apply what they have learned. Each student gets a computer to work on. At the end of the day, we hold a review session to enhance learning. On the last day of the course, we do a show-and-tell, where parents are invited to see the students displaying their projects. Once the presentation is over, we hand out the Certificate of Completion to all the students who have attended the program.

Our students have the option to apply for courses related to Microsoft, CompTIA, Adobe, AP Computer Science test prep, and the Certiport Certificate program.

10. What types of students attend the program?

We have a mix of students that range from the age of 10 to 18. The average age of a student is 13.

There are students who are interested in Game programming and want to develop a career as a graphic designer and/or prepare for the Adobe Certified Associate Exam; there are some students who want to prepare for the AP exam and some want to develop a career in the IT field and certify in Information technology, and there might be few students who want to take the class for fun.

Students who want to add animation, ideas, or flash games on their website, or want to learn HTML, style sheet, and Javascript to develop and manage their website or want to build a career as a graphic designer and/or want to prepare for Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Exam for Dreamweaver, would generally register for the Website Design course, HTML5, CSS3, Introduction to programming and JavaScript class.

The students who want to develop programs, plan to take AP Computer Science, plan to become Information Technology Specialist (ITS) Certified or plan to build a career in technology/computer science will generally register for any of the following: Computer Basic, Building Your Computer, Microsoft Office, Website Design, Java I & II.

Students who are interested in building computers or applying for the CompTIA certification program, generally register for courses such as Computer Basic, Building Your Computer, Strata, or CompTIA Test prep classes

11. Do you give a certificate when a student completes a course?

At the end of the course, the student gets a Certificate of Completion. To get a Certification from Microsoft, Adobe or CompTIA, the student must pass the certification exam provided by those vendors. If the student is interested in the Microsoft, Adobe, or CompTIA Certification program, please call NRCLC at (714) 505-3475 for more information.

12. How much does the computer camp cost?

Normally, the cost of each camp varies based on the program. For information on the summer camp, click here.

13. Is there a group or individual discount available?

Yes, we have a group discount available for courses. A group with 2 or more can receive a discount of up to 10%. Call (714) 505-3475 for more information.

14. How do I register for the program?

There are several ways to register for a camp

NR Computer Learning Center
Location: 1820 E. 1st Street, Suite 550, Santa Ana, CA 92705 (Close to the intersection of 5 and 55 Freeways.)
Phone: (714)505-3475
E-mail: info@nrclc.com
Timing: Mon – Sat, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM (close on Sunday and public holidays)

  • Or you can scan and e-mail the completed registration form to info@nrclc.com and mail a check made payable to NR Computer Learning Center.
  • Or you can register online at NRCLC’s website at https://www.nrclc.com/computercamp. To sign up online, simply select the training you are interested in that are listed on the Teen’s Computer Camp web page, click on the “Sign up now” button and follow the instructions to provide the contact information and to make payment for the selected camp.