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Find A Camp: Specialties: Sea Camp: MA Total: 3
1. Project Adventure Summer Camp - Gloucester Museum School - Gloucester Museum School Project Adventure Summer Camp is a 501(C)(3) non-profit Day/Trip camp serving the greater Cape Ann area in Massachusetts.
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The Gloucester Museum School Project Adventure Summer Camp offers a unique experience for all the children involved. The open spaces of Essex County serve as a backdrop for young people to learn to appreciate and understand the natural resources of their community. In addition campers experience adventure games, problem solving, ropes course, rock climbing, hiking, dory rowing and camping as a vehicle to learn and appreciate themselves through non-competitive personal challenge.

The camp staff uses beaches and other natural and historical areas throughout Essex County in order for our campers participate in the unique activities our community has to offer. GMS draws on the estuarine environment behind Wingaersheek beach to involve participants in a variety of different physical challenges and educational activities including: adventure games and problem solving, ropes course, rock climbing, hiking, dory rowing, and camping.

2. Boston Leadership Institute - Award-winning summer STEM research programs for teens include: Biological Research, Chemistry, Neuroscience, Biomedical Research, Marine Biology, Psychology, & Engineering. Day and residential options are available.
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Award-winning three-week STEM research programs are offered in Biological Research, Biomedical Research, Engineering, Chemistry Research, Clinical Psychology Research, and Neuroscience Research. These programs are led by top teachers from leading high schools with experience teaching high-achieving students. Many teachers have won major teaching awards and hold advanced degrees from top schools. Students excelling in honors or advanced STEM classes are encouraged to apply. Programs provide students with the opportunity to develop high-level research skills and subject matter expertise (without the pressure of tests and grades) as well as strengthening credentials valuable for college admissions interviews and essays.


For teens wanting one-week science programs, consider: Forensics, Anatomy, and Marine Biology. We also offer Photography. These programs feature top teachers. Students take fun, behind-the-scenes field trips. They participate in interesting activities and tours geared toward teens at Boston museums and attractions. These adventures are combined with stimulating classroom enrichment and laboratory activities.


For students taking Calculus, Chemistry, or AP Statistics in the fall, seeking preparation over the summer, Calculus Edge, Chemistry Edge, and Sports Statistics give students the edge they need to excel. The courses are taught by excellent, experienced high school teachers with the know-how to help students start their high school courses with a solid foundation. Why wait for that first test or midterm paper to find a tutor? We also offer a Writing Intensive for students who could benefit from support in this area. Programs are held in Wellesley, MA. Day and residential options are available.

3. New England Aquarium Harbor Discoveries Marine Science & Schooner Camp - A camp of scientific discovery. From sailing on a schooner to exploring tidepools, from working with seals to studying sharks, our programs immerse you in the wonder of marine science.
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Harbor Discoveries camps is a marine science camp focused on learning by discovery, exploration, and fun! Our 1 to 2 week programs have themes ranging from marine mammals, sharks, crabs, and more! One of our signature programs, Schooner Adventures, is a special program that offers marine science with a twist. After a week of preparation and terrestrial exploration, our crew of young explorers will board a Grand Banks schooner and set sail for a five-day, four-night excursion exploring Massachusetts Bay. Campers will study the rich biodiversity of Stellwagen Bank. In addition, they will take part in all the activities that keep the ship afloat, from setting the sails to steering at the helm and even some daily chores. This program is run in cooperation with the Ocean Classroom Foundation.






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