Facilitating Educational Partnerships and Outreach Opportunities for Scientists
Summer Science camp Program details are below!
Logistical Issues for Gifted Summer Camps
Keep the Dates 2014:
Session 1 June 23-27
Session 2 August 4-8
Session 3 August 11-15
During the final afternoon of each weekly session, a student run open house will allow students to demonstrate to their families what they’ve learned during the week.
Register at GiftedCampRegistration
Program size is limited.
Students are registered upon receipt of registration form and payment in full.
Upon registration, an invoice will be sent with payment options.
Cost: $450/week and includes materials, supplies, and program t-shirt.
$50 Discount for Multiple Class or Sibling or Bring a Friend (only one discount/session).
These discounts should be noted on registration form.
Additional t-shirts may be purchased at time of registration or on site.
Limited number of scholarships available!
Annual deadline for scholarship application is May 10th.
If you can, please consider contributing to the scholarship fund so that financially needy deserving students can attend.
Cancellation and refund policy
Cancellations will result in a registration and processing fee of $50.
No refunds or credits will be issued for any no-shows.
Written Cancellations received prior to May 10th 2014 will receive a Full refund (minus a $50.00 registration and processing fee).
Written Cancellations received from May 10th 2014 until June 1st 2014 will receive a 50% refund (minus a $50.00 registration and processing fee).
No Refunds will be given if withdrawal is after June 1st, 2014.
2101 Sunnydale Blvd Unit C
Clearwater, Fl 33765
NOTE: It is anticipated that the Brains and Behavior Camp and the Brain Camp for Brainiacs will be offered on alternative years. These programs provide two opportunities for students interested in neuroscience and differ in terms of the experiments conducted as well as the content focus.
Are You Smarter Than a Rocket-Scientist? Camp (5th-9th Grade) (Offered in even numbered years: August 4-8, Summer 2014) FULL
Join our science faculty to learn about the complexities involved in rocket design. Students will design experiments to explore a variety of topics relevant to rocket design for inter-space travel including the effects temperature through Charles Law on crushing metal, the importance of heat conduction and absorption, as well as the effects of Boyle’s law on the ability to withstand pressure changes. Students will also design rockets for travel within Earth’s atmosphere that will be powered by either compressed air or carbon dioxide. Students will learn the science behind propulsion and landing to aid in their design. The rockets will be constructed of household items and students will have the option to attempt to maximize either distance flown, softness of landing, or another variable of their choosing. This summer camp is designed to specifically meet the needs of gifted students who have completed 5th-9th grade.
Participants: Gifted Students that have completed 5rd-9th gradeIt’s Summer Vacation, Let’s Have Fun
Math Reading and Art Extensions
This program is limited to a select number of students each year. In order to benefit from the camp, participants must not only be gifted, but should also have the maturity to conduct themselves safely in a supervised laboratory setting. Our focus is both to have fun, and to become better scholars. Thus, children should be able to refrain from behaviors that will adversely impact the other participants.