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1. What will the camper experience during the camp session?
Campers will be engaged with up to 20 hands-on activities based on the camp theme they have chosen for the week, along with an engaging outdoor component and some really cool science demonstrations.
2. What is the camp’s philosophy?
That every child is a scientist and it is our job to make them better scientists. We want kids to discover the wonders of the world that surround them every day!
3. How many campers are in each group?
The capacity of our camp classes is 12 campers.
4. How is staff screened and selected?
We have a vigorous screening process that includes references, background checks and personal interviews.
5. What are your locations?
We have 3 great locations in the Louisville area and 1 in the Lexington area for 2019. We try to find camp locations that are close to our customers to make the camp week smooth and easy for the family. Please Click Here for a full list of our Camp Locations and each location’s schedule.
6. What is the cost of registration and other fees?
Our camps start at $265 with a few camps having additional lab fees.
7. What is a typical day’s schedule?
We include a fantastic assortment of activities. Please click here to see The Typical Daily Schedule
8. What age groups are available?
Grades PreK – 8th, Ages 4 – 15
9. Is this a camp for girls and boys?
10. Do parents have an opportunity to meet the staff?
Yes, either Monday mornings at 8am or Friday afternoons during Family Day.
11. How are emergencies and medical issues handled?
We take safety very seriously. Our directors are certified teachers and are trained to handle any emergency and communicate directly to parents.
12. Is the curriculum STEM based and interactive?
All of our activities and projects are STEM based and meet or exceed the New Generation National Science Standards.