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Summer Elementary, Beginner and Advanced Cyber Camps

Elementary Cyber Camp - July TBD, 2020

Troy High School held host our FIRST EVER elementary cyber camp in 2019. We will repeat the experience in 2020 for all students entering into grades 1-5.

PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NOT REQUIRED. We will be using the CyberPatriot ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CYBER EDUCATION INITIATIVE. We are capping this to 20 students per 4 hour session, but will offer several sessions.

REGISTRATION - will open in March 2020.

CAMP SCHEDULE

  • AM session (8 am to noon) OR PM session (1-5 pm). Students will use three fun, interactive learning modules aimed at increasing grade K-6 students’ awareness of online safety and cyber​security principles. Supplemental activities are also available to get students collaborating with each other about their newly learned cyber skills! Snacks (but not lunch) will be served.

CAMP FEE - TBD. Please bring cash or check (payable Troy Cyber Defense Booster Club) on Monday. Scholarships are available for students on free or reduced lunch. Siblings attending any of Troy's camps are 25% off but must be paid at the same time.

LOCATION - In Troy's computer lab.

MATERIALS - All campers will receive a "Sarah the Cyber Hero" elementary reading book. All campers will have access to their own school computer for the camp day.

Beginner Cyber Camp - July TBD, 2020

Troy High School will host our annual standard cyber camp next summer in July. The camp will be open to all students entering into grades 6-12.

PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NOT REQUIRED. Attending this camp will greatly aid those who are interested in finding out first hand what cybersecurity is all about. Students will learn the fundamentals of cybersecurity plus how to make Windows and Ubuntu work stations more secure from cyber threats..

REGISTRATION- will open in March 2020.

CAMP SCHEDULE

  • Monday - Cyber Ethics and Computer Security Fundamentals
  • Tuesday - Intro to Windows security
  • Wednesday - Windows security & intro to Ubuntu
  • Thursday - Ubuntu security
  • Friday - 3 hour competition with teams of fellow cyber campers competing against other camp teams with Windows and Ubuntu virtual images.

CAMP FEE - TBD. Please bring cash or check (payable Troy Cyber Defense Booster Club) on Monday. Scholarships are available for students on free or reduced lunch. Siblings attending either the standard or advanced camp are 25% off but must be paid at the same time.

LOCATION - In Troy's computer classrooms.

MATERIALS - All campers will receive a CyberPatriot camp t-shirt. All campers will have access to their own school computer for note taking, conducting hands-on computer exercises and competing on Friday in a cyber defense competition.

Advanced Camp - July TBD, 2020

Troy High School will host our annual advanced cyber camp next summer. The camp will be open to all current cyber competitors from Troy High School and entering Troy High School students with 2 or more years of cyber competition experience from middle school. Students from other high and middle schools can also enroll. There ONE session; 2-6 pm on Monday-Friday.

PRIOR EXPERIENCE is required. You must have competed in CyberPatriot for one year at Troy HS or two years in middle school to sign up for this camp. This camp is designed to increase your knowledge in networking, Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16 during this camp.

REGISTRATION - will open in March, 2020.

Camp Topics:

  • Understanding a basic corporate network structure.
  • Defending your network.
  • Friday - Mini-cyber competition. Students will be assigned in teams to defend their network while responding to tasking and fixing weaknesses in their systems.

CAMP FEE - TBD. Please bring cash or check (payable Troy Cyber Defense Booster Club) on Monday. Scholarships are available for students on free or reduced lunch. Siblings attending either the standard or advanced camp are 25% off but must be paid at the same time.

LOCATION - In Troy's computer classrooms.

MATERIALS - All campers will receive a CyberPatriot camp t-shirt. All campers will have access to their own school computer for note taking, conducting hands-on computer exercises and competing on Friday in a cyber defense competition.