Arduino Club

Aruduino Club

Arduino is important because it good for programming at all levels. It is easy-to-use for beginners but also flexible enough for advanced users. Everyone can use it to create low-cost products and it is also an easy way to learn electronics. Kids can also use this for making interactive objects and demonstrations for school projects!

The Arduino club is to help kids create projects using Arduino and expand on their knowledge of science and engineering.


This club will have 3 levels, Beginner, Intermediate, and Complex. Once you complete the registration, you will be emailed a list of the projects and levels.

The Beginner level club will begin on October 17, 2020 and will be held on Saturdays from 5-6pm. During this time, the students will be woking on the Live Projects. On October 23, 2020, the office hours will begin and will be held on Fridays 6-7pm.

The Intermediate level club will begin Winter 2021.
The Complex level club will begin Spring 2021.

This club is only for students ages 9 and above.

Pre-Req Videos

The students must watch and understand all of the pre-req videos for the Arduino Club. You can find all the videos here.


Please register for the club here!


Pranav Sukumaran

Freshman at Virginia Tech

Tharun Saravanan

Senior at TJHSST

Siddharth Tibrewala

Junior at Chantilly High School

Anieesh Saravanan

8th Grader at River Bend Middle School

Saurav Sukumaran

Sophomore at Potomac Falls High School and AOL

Ishan Doma

Senior at The Academies of Loudoun


If you have any questions you can contact us at [email protected].