Prevent summer brain drain!
Keep your child engaged and practicing essential skills throughout the summer
Reading, writing, math, and STEAM all together! Teaching these disciplines in tandem helps students make deeper and more impactful connections.
Highly qualified and engaging instructors
You can be assured that your child's instructors this summer are experts in their fields, with a genuine passion to pass their knowledge along in fun and creative ways.
Early drop-off and late pick-up available
For your convenience, early drop-off will be available as early as 7:00 am, and late pick-up will be available as late as 6:00 pm.
Full STEAM Immersion
We don't just teach STEAM, we DO STEAM! Students will learn about the given STEAM theme at large, then approach it from various perspectives.
Practice critical ELA and Math skills
Students will practice grade-level reading, writing, and math skills in order to prevent summer brain drain and combat the effects of the Covid-slide.
All CDC health safety measures in place
As of current guidelines, masks will be optional for all students and teachers. To that end, we want to assure you that we'll be encouraging our students to practice hand washing regularly, as well as continuing our thorough, regular Covid-cleaning protocol in the center.
- July 3rd NO CAMP
- July 4th NO CAMP
- July 5th Intro to Robotics
- July 6th Cybernetics + AI
- July 7th Careers in Robotics
- July 10th Mechanics + Materials
- July 11th Electricity
- July 12th Sensing + Controlling
- July 13th Project Design
- July 14th Project Build/Present
- July 17th Intro to Microbiology
- July 18th Extreme Environments
- July 19th Diseases
- July 20th Biotechnology
- July 21st Making Microbes Activity
- July 24th What are Fossils?
- July 25th Major Extinctions
- July 26th Dr. Evan Whiting (virtual visit)
- July 27th Stratigraphy + Index Fossils
- July 28th Fossil Digging Activity
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our Summer Camp day starts at 9:00am, however, parents can reach out to arrange drop-offs closer to 8:00am or as early as 7:00am.
Between 9:00am and 12:00pm, campers receive instruction from our top-notch instructors in ELA and math through our state-of-the-art curriculum.
Once noon hits, our campers take a much-needed 30 minute break for lunch. Following lunch is 1 hour of outdoor play in our local park equipped with bocce courts and basketball courts, as well as your standard fun playground equipment (e.g. jungle gyms, swings.)
Following lunch, we dive into everybody’s favorite part of the day: our STEAM-themed activities. In years past, this has looked like designing and printing 3D robots, or creating origami DNA molecules. This constitutes the rest of our camp day, which concludes at 3:00pm.
No different than the start of the day, for parents needing to pick up their child(ren) later, we have accommodations available.
Campers participate in a myriad of fun activities throughout their camp day. May include, but not limited to:
- Bocce, Basketball, Hopscotch
- Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, 3D Printing
- Guest Speakers from Leaders in their Fields
- Creative Interdisciplinary Themed-Projects
The deadline to register for our 2023 Summer Camp is Friday, June 16th. However, we suggest you enroll your child ASAP, as seats fill quickly.
Yes! Parents can save $50 when they enroll two camps, and $100 when enrolling in all three camps.
Yes! So long as you provide written permission for your child to walk home at the end of camp each day, they are more than welcome to! Quite a few parents of our teen and “tween” campers utilize this option.
For the most part, campers cannot use their phones during camp. We understand some campers may need to bring their phone to camp. In this case, their cellphone must stay stowed in their backpack for the duration of the day. Yes, that includes lunch and recess. There are a bunch of awesome benefits to putting down your cellphone for a bit, especially for kids.
As you can imagine, we are not responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged cell phones, and we do suggest keeping them at home.