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Asheville School offers a unique app camp experience for teenagers across the U.S. and abroad who are interested in learning how to make exciting new apps for the iPhone and iPad. Students will learn about Apple's Augmented Reality technology.

Using Apple’s Swift programming language, students will spend one or two weeks developing apps and learning what it takes to produce an app for the Apple App Store.

Asheville School's App Camp is open to all teenagers (ages 13 - 18) interested in learning how to make iPhone and iPad apps using Apple's Swift programming language.

Week One - July 14 - 19, 2019 (Overnight)
Overnight — 5 Nights. All Meals. Sun 6pm-Fri 4-5pm.
First meal Sunday night. Last meal Friday lunch.
Day campers arrive and register at 8:15 am - Monday
Day Camp hours: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Week One Day Camp is Sold Out!

Week Two - July 22 - 26, 2019 (Day only)
Day — Lunch and snacks provided from Monday - Friday.
Day campers arrive and register at 8:15 am - Monday
Hours: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Skill Level: Beginner - Intermediate
Price: $1250 (1 week overnight camp ) | $650 (1 week day camp)

Prerequisites: Basic understanding of computer programming is encouraged, but not required. Students will discover the Swift programming language, dive into Xcode (the Apple development environment), and explore the iPhone SDK.

App Camp Founders Interview on SwiftCoders Podcast

App Camp in the News

WLOS ABC News 13: Asheville School Hosts App Development Camp, July 2018

Mountain Xpress: Asheville School Named Apple Distinguished School, November 2018

AppleWorld Today: Asheville School Plans a Summer App Development Camp Using Apple's Swift, February 2018

Asheville Chamber of Commerce: Asheville App Camp Expands, Introduces Augmented Reality Programming, July 2017

Mr. Williams and Mr. Long teaching students at App Camp