At Robotics camp students develop an understanding of "how things work" through hands-on activities that demonstrate the principles of simple and motorized machines. They gain experience with design and problem solving through the use of gears, motors, wheels and axles, pulleys, and remote control devices. Working in teams, students learn a variety of ways to design a robot to do the things they want it to do.
Ranked one of the world’s ten best summer camps by Worth.com, DMA offers computer and digital arts summer camps for kids ages 6 to 12 and teens 12 to 17. Learn key STEM skills through hands-on project work: Programming in Java™ and C++; video game design and advanced Minecraft™ modding; app and game development for iOS and Android™; digital filmmaking, robotics and more. Create the future at DMA!
At Alexa Café, girls ages 10-15 discover technology in a unique environment that celebrates creativity, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship. Girls learn engineering principles, code games, design websites, model and print 3D objects, and much more.
At this two-week, overnight academy, students ages 13-18 explore advanced topics in programming, app development, electrical engineering, and robotics. Create an awesome portfolio, get industry insights, and gain a competitive advantage for college and future careers.
Companion Camp is a wonderful opportunity for children ages 7-13 (or ages 12 - 15 during teen week) to work hands-on with animals cared for by Houston Humane Society.
Over 91,000 athletes have graduated from our camps, many currently playing at the college level. This will be our 29th successful year of football instruction.
Indoor tennis day camps in Houston at Chancellors Family Center. We offer full day and half day tennis camps Mon-Fri beginning the week of June 4th and ending the week of August 20th.
Whether you live in the area or just visiting for a few days, you can enroll your kids in an entirely different type of summer camp at hands on art camp!
Teens losing weight to become healthier individuals inside and out.
Kelvin Sampson Basketball Camps at the University of Houston are dedicated to providing basketball camps that are both instructional and informative while creating a great atmosphere to learn!
Students will be immediately immersed into the richness and beauty of the Italian language and culture as soon as they enter la casa at the ICCC. Students will assume an Italian name for the week and attend not only daily “scoperte” or “discoveries” but also a plethora of diverse cultural activities. Each day will present a set of linguistic goals for students along with cultural activities from throughout Italy.
Math, science, art and innovative problem solving skills. Use recycled materials to build EcoTropilis, Mix, Measure & Pour with baking soda in Kitchen Chemistry, dabble in Forensics or create Ooey Gooey Slimy Concoctions.
Tracy McGrady's Basketball Camp will be at the University of Houston's campus Recreation and Wellness Center June 22-26, 2009. Registration is only available online.
Since 1994 Kidventure has grown to be Houston's most recognized camp program.
This is a full day Art Camp which focuses on introducing our campers to a variety of art materials and styles while encouraging creativity.
Tech It Out Winter Break Camp is a high tech interactive day camp where kids and teens build and program a robot of their own design in small teams.
The mission of Kamp Khalil is to provide holistic Islamic programming designed to empower youth ages 12-17 with the knowledge and skills necessary to become global leaders impacting our social fabric by positively affecting change in the areas of business, education, politics, and culture.
Fashion Camp Houston is a week long Day Camp designed for 12-18 yr.olds interested in Fashion. Run by veteran Fashion Industry Professionals