America's First Kids Summer Computer Camp Since 1977. The Exciting High Tech Cyber Computer Camp Experience in Connecticut, Georgia and Ohio.
NCC is where campers arrive with a dream and leave with a future.

2013 Camp Video Highlights

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Welcome to NCC

Where can a youngster design a video game, learn to program, create a phone app, take apart a computer, write a home page, play tennis, and make new friends? At the National Computer Camps! NCC is America's original computer camp since 1977 and is unique; campers may attend one or multiweek sessions with a continuous curriculum that covers all aspects of computer literacy and includes an optional sports program. The camps are ideal for both experienced and first time campers.

Come Curious, Leave Inspired

It's wonderful to see NCC providing outstanding experiences to today's youth. I was both a camper and counselor from 1987 to 1994 in Cleveland. I'm still friends with some great people from those years. Read More –Steve G, July 2013

NCC has a few openings for counselors and counselors in training. To apply, email

Recognized Excellence Spanning Five Decades
Now in our 37th Consecutive Year

National Computer Camps , Inc. receives
2013 Connecticut Excellence Award

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A camper's project, Connect Four with artificial
intellegence. Try to beat the computer.

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fun and learning

Computer camp is not a summer school, but rather a place where learning and fun are rolled into one and where the campers' self esteem is of foremost importance.

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Sports Programs

As part of the Computer+Sports option, campers may select tennis, basketball or soccer. Optional recreation such as swimming and kickball is also available.

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Creative Computing

What distinguishes NCC from other camps is that NCC provides campers with life long computer skills. As its primary focus NCC provides a solid foundation in computing.

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ExceLlent staff

Many of the camp counselors are former campers who have been associated with the camp for many years and are excellent role models for the campers.