9617 N Metro Pkwy W, STE 2214 Phoenix, AZ 85051 US
June 11-15 or July 9-13
In the new era of space exploration, private companies will be competing with NASA to send commercial spacecraft into Earth's orbit and beyond. Do you have what it takes to start and manage your own space exploration company? This is your chance to find out!
Girls in Science
This camp encourages girls to explore their inner engineer or scientist. They will investigate ultraviolet light, extract DNA, build rockets, design robots, solve team challenges, create aliens to live on distant planets and much more.
Challenger Space Center doors open at 8:45am for camp check in.
A $5 for every 5 minutes late fee will be charged for each child not picked up by 12:05pm (for half-day camp) or 4:05pm.
$275 per full-day session (5 days), per child
Full day sessions:
Each Apollo camp runs full-days for one week only and features hands-on activities that explore new concepts, expanding the minds of even the most skeptical young scientists.
Day begins at 9am and ends at 4pm. Campers must bring a sack lunch.
June 18-22 or July 16-20
How does physics keep the planets in orbit? What is life and where are we looking for it? What kind of structures would we need if we went to Mars? Students will explore the basics of physics, chemistry, biology and engineering in this week long, science based camp.