Science and Math Camps

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  • Summer STEAM

    Ages 9 - 12

    July 20 - July 24
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $375

    Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics - calling all STEAM fanatics! If you’re interested in building, experimenting, creating, and innovating, this is the place for you! Learn how to think like an engineer, mathematician, scientist, and more while being exposed to the different types of STEAM careers. Join Summer STEAM to build something new each day and work with others in an authentic learning environment.
  • Health and Wellness

    Ages 6 - 9
    July 6 - July 10
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $350

    Come and spend a week with us as we bring nutrition and body wellness to camp! Campers will learn first-hand the importance of why nutrition, systems in the body, and physical activity are crucial for our daily body function while having fun at the same time. Each day will include physical activities aimed to elevate our heart rate including Zumba, yoga, and nature hikes. At the beginning, middle, and end of physical activities, our bodies need fuel. Campers will learn how to create nutritious snacks that fuel their brain and body. This is the perfect opportunity to jump start your child’s healthy lifestyle!
  • Animal Planet

    Ages 6 - 10
    July 27 - July 31
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $375

    If you love animals and learning fun and unique facts about them, this is the camp for you. During this week of animal fun, campers will conduct research about favorite animals, create miniature habitats, participate in a living zoo experience, and so much more. Through art, dramatic play, and multimedia research, campers will have a full week of animal immersion that provides a unique window into the fascinating world of mammals, reptiles, fish, and amphibians.
  • “I’m not Messy, I’m Creative”!

    Ages 6 - 10
    August 3 - August 7
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $375

    Exploration that inspires innovation and creativity can be anything but tidy. The hands-on learning and fun, however, are worth every sloppy second! This summer, your child can explore and express his or her imagination and artistry via a variety of mediums. Campers will have the opportunity to create a customized array of Borax-based slimes, construct various arts and crafts, and whip up culinary concoctions to have some messy yet good, clean fun!
  • Creative Chemistry for Kids

    Ages 7 - 11
    July 20 - July 24
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $350

    Join us for a reaction-packed week of fabulous chemistry fun! Lab coats and goggles will be provided as we work to understand the basics of chemical interactions. Your junior chemist will work to investigate the physical properties of atoms, elements, and molecules as well as how they behave when mixed with one another. We will also move out of the lab during the week to witness some of these reactions as they occur in nature (aka “the real world”). This will be a fun, hands-on, interactive week!
  • Dino Dig

    Ages 4 - 7
    July 20 - July 24
    9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $200

    Become a paleontologist for the week as you discover the wonderful world of dinosaurs! Campers will learn about these fascinating prehistoric creatures through stories, dramatic play, music/movement activities, and art experiences. The week will culminate in an exciting archaeological dig and dinosaur egg scavenger hunt. Join us for a week of dinosaur fun!
  • Outdoor Adventurers

    Ages 7 – 9
    July 20 - July 24
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $350

    Join us in exploring the great outdoors. Campers will be the leaders as they join together with friends to create their own fun. Richard Louv, author of the popular book Last Child in the Woods brought together a new and growing body of research indicating that direct exposure to nature is essential for healthy childhood development and for the physical and emotional health of children (and adults). Louv recommends providing children with prolonged exposure to unstructured outdoor play, where they are required to use their imagination, interact with nature, and exercise their bodies. Under careful supervision, the campers will traipse through the great outdoors as they follow animal tracks in the Hawken woods, build forts, collect bugs, and play. The possibilities for outdoor fun are endless.
  • Young Explorers

    Ages 4 – 6
    July 20 - July 24
    9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $175

    Join us in exploring the great outdoors. Campers will be the leaders as they join together with friends to create their own fun. Richard Louv, author of the popular book Last Child in the Woods brought together a new and growing body of research indicating that direct exposure to nature is essential for healthy childhood development and for the physical and emotional health of children (and adults). Louv recommends providing children with prolonged exposure to unstructured outdoor play, where they are required to use their imagination, interact with nature, and exercise their bodies. Under careful supervision, the campers will traipse through the great outdoors as they follow animal tracks in the Hawken woods, build forts, collect bugs, and play. The possibilities for outdoor fun are endless.
  • Mini Med School

    Ages 4 – 6
    July 20 - July 24
    12:00 - 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $200

    Is there a doctor in camp? Join us this summer as we bring Mini Med School to camp! Our little doctors will use stuffed animal patients to take blood pressure readings, give “stitches”, put on a cast, and make their own first aid kit, all while learning lots about what doctors, dentists, EMTs, and other medical professionals do on a daily basis. Join us in this fun-filled camp.