Engage & Thrive

Westridge is excited to offer an innovative summer program providing an opportunity for girls to develop their creativity and passions through the development of their technical and artistic skills.

Open to girls from all schools entering grades 3 - 6, our program offers focus in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math), Coding, 3D Design, and Art.

More Information
For more information, please contact us at (626) 799-1053, ext. 177 or summerprogram@westridge.org


Offered to Grades: 3-6

In this highly creative STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) program, innovation and creation take center stage while participants learn the fundamental concepts of programming. Participants will learn or build upon foundational skills of Scratch programming and coding, and discover how to create character animations, music, and art.  The girls will also have the opportunity to build and program robots and work with 3D printers and 3D design software. 

Each day includes hands-on art classes designed to encourage creative thinking and problem-solving in a fun and nurturing environment. Girls will work with a variety of different media, and projects will range from individual works of art to large constructions created in groups.

Lunch and snacks included in the cost of tuition.


My daughter had the time of her life! She said, "This is the best summer camp ever. The teachers are so nice and they take the time to help you." Last night, she showed me what she learned on Scratch, and was so proud and so into it. I can't thank you enough for making this program available. It's her first introduction to a computer, and it is such a positive one.

  Alexandra,
Westridge Parent

Offered to Grades: 3-6

This course takes advantage of the technology and tools available in Westridge’s STEAMWork Design Studio, and introduces creative projects utilizing 3D printing and scanning, vinyl cutting, and CNC technology. These hands-on projects may include: 3D-printed characters, custom vinyl stickers, making a jewelry box, pop-up papercraft cards, 3D-printed stamps, matchstick rockets, and more. Students learn to translate simple sketches into physical creations using digital software, combining technology, design, and art with both practical and creative applications. The course encourages girls to tinker with computer programs including Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and 123D Design in combination with hands-on processes like woodworking and moldmaking. 

An independent, forward-thinking
day school for girls, grades 4–12

324 Madeline Drive
Pasadena, California 91105
Phone: 626-799-1153
Fax: 626-799-9236
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