Summer Camps (Updated)

COVID-19 Updated Summer Camp Schedule! Please Read our Letter to Parents to see our COVID-19 Safety Procedures 

Letter to Parents

Due to these trying times we have updated our Summer Camp Schedule for the summer of 2020 to ensure a safe but fun learning environment. Please act fast as space is limited!

Little Astronauts

Pre-K & Kindergarten (Max 15 Campers)

July 13, 2020 (9 a.m. – 11 a.m.) 

  • Learn to live and work in space
  • Experiment with rockets
  • Investigate the science of color
  • Explore the Day and Night Cycle on Earth 
  • Lift-off in our shuttle simulator

Astronaut Adventure 

1st & 2nd Grades (Max 15 Campers)

July 14, 2020 (9 a.m. – 1 p.m.)

  • Lift-off in shuttle simulator
  • Engineering design challenge
  • Star lab/Constellation Experience 
  • Explore UV exposure to Astronauts in Space 
  • Create Flying Objects 

Astronaut Rookies

3rd & 4th Grades (Max 20 Campers)

 July 15 & 16, 2020 (9 a.m. – 3 p.m.)

  • New themed space lab each day
  • Lift-off in shuttle simulator
  • StarLab Planetarium
  • Rocketry
  • Create a post-card that will be sent to space 
  • Discover how astronauts grow plants in space 

Mega Camp

5th-6th Grade (Max 16 Campers)

July 20  – July 24, 2020 (9 a.m. – 3 p.m.)

  • In order to comply with New Jersey COVID-19 Youth Summer Camp Standards, we have created a new camp for 2020! This camp combines the best of Living and Working in Space, Is there life in the Universe?, and Rocket Girls. 
    • Rocket Building
    • Magnetic Levitation Cars
    • Simulated Space Missions
    • Create Post-Cards that will be sent to space
    • Various science experiments 

Preparing for Flight

 7& 8th Grades (Max 20 Campers)

 July 27 – 31, 2020 (9 a.m. – 3 p.m.)

  • Simulated Space Missions
  • Learn about the history of flight
  • Design and Create flying objects
  • Robotics
  • Create a post-card that will be sent to space 
  • Simulated Rover Driving

Product Engineering

9th-12th Grade (Max 16 Campers)

August 3rd – August 6th, 2020

  • Exposure to engineering challenges to encourage careers in math and science
  • Employ the engineering design process to tackle challenges similar to those faced by NASA engineers
  • Team Building Challenges 
  • Fly missions in the space simulators