STEM Discovery Summer Camp

We provide stimulating and enriching environments and opportunities for children and students of all ages to develop the next generation of STEM leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs!

Program Overview

We are glad to have you join us this year for an enriching and enlightening summer camp experience! iNviTECH Clubhouse's STEM Discovery Summer Camp provides a stimulating and enriching environment for young children to learn, grow, and explore. In our program, children learn about the world around them by “doing” with hands-on, meaningful experiences, which we call “explorations!”

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General Information

Hours of operation are 7:30 am – 6:00 pm. Late fees apply to any child not picked up by 6:00 pm. The late fee is $10 for each 5 minute period.​

An afternoon snack will be provided. All children must bring lunch daily. All food brought to school must be brought in a small labeled cooler or insulated bag (with an ice pack) to protect perishable foods and/or drinks. All food items must be nut-free. Please provide a labeled water bottle each day.

Summer camp will operate for 10 weeks this summer. You may register for all 10 weeks or individual weeks and drop-off days. The weekly summer sessions are as follows:

  • Session 1: June 7 11

  • Session 2: June 14 – 18

  • Session 3: June 21 – 25

  • Session 4: June 28 – July 2

  • Session 5: July 6 – 9 (closed July 5th)

  • Session 6: July 12 – 16

  • Session 7: July 19 – 23

  • Session 8: July 26 – 30

  • Session 9: August 2 – 6

  • Session 10: August 9 – 13

Tuition

A $20 nonrefundable enrollment fee is due with the enrollment application. Spaces for camp are limited and registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.

 

A $20 nonrefundable and nontransferable deposit (per session) is due with the enrollment application to reserve a space for that particular session. The deposit will be deducted from the session fee. Spaces will not be guaranteed unless you have paid a deposit to reserve your space and pre-registered.

 


Tuition is $150.00 per week. (Due to the holiday closing on July 5th, the fee for Session 5 is $120.00.) We offer sibling discounts of 10% off 2 or more siblings from the same family. (First child is regular price, additional children 10% off.) No credits, allowances, or decreased fees will be given in the event of an absence. We do not issue refunds. We are unable to transfer, credit, or refund tuition fees for non-attendance or other reasons. A $35 fee will be charged for NSF checks.​

Camp Weekly Themes

Session 1 & 5

Our Environment & Our Weather

Incorporates STEM and Art activities enable students to learn about how the environment and weather affect various aspects of their life and the world.

Session 3

Science Is Soooo COOL

Introduces students to various science fields (biology, chemistry, marine science, medical science, animal science, etc.) and career paths (researcher, doctor, veterinarian, teacher/professor, animal rehabilitator, etc.)!

Session 6

Engineering The World

Students will learn about the various fields of engineering, such as civil, chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering. In addition to deepening their understanding of how engineers shape the world around us.

Session 8

Deep Dive Into The Arts

Creatively constructed to expose students to the major constituents of the arts (e.g. visual arts, performing arts and literature), while teaching them how to use art as a global communication tool.

Session 2

Food Makes Us Move

Designed to educate students on the importance of food to their everyday life, from how the body digests food to how the quality of the food you consume affects energy levels and health.

Session 4

Math Can Be Magic

Teaches students the different ways math is used in everyday life and the various math-based careers (economics, marketing, science, physics, business, etc.)

Session 7

Leaders & World Changers

Educates students about the great world leaders who have affected history and learn how similar they are in character and talent to all of us, with the goal of helping students see themselves as powerful and limitless.

Session 9

Robotics, Drones, & More!

Students will explore how engineering and mechanical technology interacts in our lives and how they can participate in tomorrow’s future technological innovations

Session 10

Our World, Our Languages, Our Cultures

Provides students with the opportunity to explore different cultures, languages, and countries, through interactive activities and guest speakers.