This summer, explore a top campus, make friends as you master new tech skills, and join a community of more than 275,000 alumni. At iD Tech summer camps, students ages 6-18 can learn to code, build websites, design video games, experience virtual reality, mod Minecraft, engineer robots, model and print 3D characters, and more!
Take your coding skills to the next level and experience the thrill of startup culture – all within a prestigious university setting. After two weeks of elite instruction, Industry Insights, and peer networking, you’ll leave with a polished portfolio and the skills needed to succeed in school, college, and the ever-evolving field of computer science.
The Aerospace Camp Experience (ACE) is the place for space and aviation fun! ACE is a one of a kind day camp for students entering grades PreK-9. Campers learn about specialized topics in aeronautics each week while exploring the amazing collection at The Museum of Flight in Seattle. For more information call 206.764.5867.
Join Salish Sea Expeditions' Scientists as we explore the mysteries of Puget Sound through scientific inquiry. Our journey begins at Fort Ward Park where we will learn the story of the watershed through hikes, scientific investigations and hands on activities in the streams, rocky shores, beaches and in the forest wetlands.
Campers in grades 1-6 can explore science in a fun, interactive way. Our quality hands-on experiments, innovative curriculum and professional instructors bring your child’s understanding of science to the next level.
From dinos to dodos, Peru to the Philippines, Burke Museum Summer Camps take you behind-the-scenes with real artifacts and specimens! For more information call 206.543.9681
Teaching kids the joy of coding computers by helping them write their own customized computer games!
The Summer Institute for the Gifted provides the highest quality educational and social opportunities for academically gifted and talented students through residential, commuter, day, and online programs for students ages 5-17.
Come see what owning a horse is like. Start with beginning "hands on" horsemanship focused on safety and progress through all aspects of horse ownership. Make a leather craft project during craft time. Bring a LARGE sack lunch. You will work hard and get hungry this week.
Summer fun with a French accent! In the San Juan Islands of Washington since 1969. 45 campers; 1:4 counselor:camper ratio; counselors from France. Family Camp Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekends, too!
Make-believe worlds spring off the page in an idyllic rustic forest setting near the beach! In teams, students plan and perform their stories (real or imagined) based on mythological Greek characters (demigods, such as Percy Jackson).