Wilton Continuing Education is offering several week-long summer enrichment programs for elementary, middle and high school students through Aug. 25.

Wilton Continuing Education’s STEM+A programs, which encourage inventive young minds through science, technology, engineering, mathematics and the arts, include:


  • Camp Invention.

  • Coding & Robotics.

  • Digital Painting & Maker Crafts.

  • Robotics using Lego WeDo & EV3.

  • “On-Air” TV/Video Production.

  • Minecraft & Java Coding by Minecraft Modding.


Programs relating to sports, fine and performing arts, gaming and special interests include:

  • Ultimate Frisbee & Sock-it-to-me.

  • Multi-Sport Mash up.

  • Tennis.

  • Kempo Martial Arts Jedi/Superheroes.

  • Middlebrook P.E. All-Stars.

  • Strings with Mrs. Franz.

  • Garden to Table.

  • Cooking with Fork, Knife, Spoon.

  • Mixed-Media Projects & Sculpture.

  • Paint, Draw & More.

  • Bath Bombs, Body Butters & More.

  • Babysitter’s Training by the Red Cross.

  • Self-Defense Workshop.

  • Driver's Education.

  • SAT Prep.

  • Gilman Sports Little Stix and Bantam Lacrosse.


There is a $10 registration fee payable once per session and the registration cut-off for student programs is the Thursday before classes begin. Registrations received after will only be accepted if there is space and a $20 late fee will apply per program.

Information: wiltoncontinuinged.org, 203-834-7694.