Each Apollo camp runs full days 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for one week and features hands-on activities that explore new concepts and expand the minds of even the most skeptical young scientists.
Each camper must bring a non-refrigerated sack lunch.
Maximum enrollment is 25 children per session.
Fees for children dropped off before 8am or after 6pm will accrue at $5 per 5 minutes.
Rovers allow scientists to explore distant rocky planets and other celestial objects. Someday, rovers may even allow humans to traverse the surface of Mars! In this camp, campers will learn about the rovers of our solar system as well as what goes into building one through hands-on engineering and robotics activities.
Actually, it is rocket science! This week, campers will become rocket scientists and learn what it takes to design and build a rocket. Blast off and investigate the principles of engineering and rocket science though fun, hands on rocketry activities and experiments.
Time for some space STEM exploration! Space science isn’t just limited to astronomy—biology, engineering, chemistry, and other sciences help us learn more about outer space, too. In this camp, girls in grades 6th-8th will investigate outer space using concepts from engineering and various sciences.
|Apollo||Full Day Sessions|
|June 5 -9, 2017||Advanced Rovers|
|June 12 -16, 2017||Advanced Rockets|
|June 19 - 23, 2017||Girls in Science|
|June 26 - 30, 2017||No Camp|
|July 3 -7, 2017||No Camp|
|July 10 - 14, 2017||Advanced Rovers|
|July 17 - 21, 2017||Advanced Rockets|