What is BlueStamp?

BlueStamp Engineering is a six-week summer program for high school students to build projects they’re truly passionate about. This program runs four hours a day, five days a week starting in mid June and ends in early August (dates vary by location). BlueStamp also invites guest speakers from various engineering fields and start-up entrepreneurs to provide inspiration for a career in technology.

Similar to a real world technology setting, projects are built stepwise with achievable milestones. At the end of the program, each student typically completes the following deliverables:

1. Working prototype of their chosen project. Each student keeps all of their projects, which can be showcased on college and job interviews.

2. Creation of personal webpage hosted on the BSE site including videos of the student describing their work. Each student will have their own BlueStamp web address which can be shared with family, friends, colleges, and potential employers.

3. Complete design documentation. BlueStamp projects are very high level. So just in case others don’t understand how exactly you built a wirelessly controlled omni-directional robot, you will have full documentation from concept to prototype.

We believe the strength and success of the BlueStamp program comes from its singular goal – building real projects that students care about.

Student brochures give an overview of what a BlueStamp student can expect from the program. Download the electronic flier here

Detailed parent information, including tuition costs and program times varies for each city: please see packet by location of your choice.


MSU Auraria Campus
890 Auraria Parkway
Denver, CO 80204
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Ramaz Upper School
60 East 78th Street
New York, NY 10075
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Innovation Hangar
3601 Lyon St.
San Francisco, CA 94123
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Fairmeadow School
500 E. Meadow Drive
Palo Alto, CA 94306
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Just Looking For An Introduction?

BlueStamp also offers a 2-Week Program for students who want an introduction to project building. This shortened program focuses on building simpler projects but still includes all guest speakers, class discussions, and the student’s own webpage. 

Students often choose a project from the BSE project book. Projects include:
GPS-Enabled Wireless Geiger Counter

GPS-Enabled Wireless Geiger Counter

Omni-Directional Robot

Omni-Directional Robot

Web-Controlled LED Stoplight

Web-Controlled LED Stoplight

Autonomous Rover Robot

Autonomous Rover Robot