Camp Programs Dates Fees
Spring Break Camp Innovation 2015: Space Jam
March 9-13 and March 16-20
Daily: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Embark on a journey that will take you to the moon and beyond! Investigate and explore the tools, methods and sciences all astronauts need to know to accomplish the ultimate task: Space Travel!

This Camp Innovation is for ages: 6-12

$225 weekly/$50 Daily (Members)
$275 weekly/$60 Daily (Non-members)
Early and Late care available for $10/day
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Limited scholarships available for the camp, thanks to the generous support of The Boeing Company and Cardinals Charities.
Mar, 09 - 20, 2015 Members: $225
Non-Members: $275
Youth Workshops Dates Fees
Currently there are no scheduled recess programs
Specialty Programs Dates Fees
Currently there are no scheduled specialty programs

Camp & Workshop Programs

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    Energy Detectives

    Age: 12–14
    9 a.m.–4 p.m.
    July 6–10 and July 27–31
    Lab Fee: $20

    During this session, campers will learn about how energy is transferred, stored, and used while grappling with 21st century sustainability challenges through real-world explorations and hands-on experimentation. This program is a partnership between Arizona Science Center and the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiative at ASU.

    This program is a partnership between Arizona Science Center and the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiative at ASU.

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    Robot Engineers

    Ages: 12–14
    9 a.m.–4 p.m.
    June 8–12 , June 29–July 3 and July 20–24
    Lab Fee: $20

    Campers become Robot Engineers as they test various robotics, work in teams to build and program their own robots, and compete in a final challenge!

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    Grossology

    Ages: 6–14
    9 a.m.–4 p.m.
    June 1–5, June 22–26 and July 13–17

    Icky, gooey, stinky, and just plain gross! Is it last month’s dinner? No, it’s the summer science camp at Arizona Science Center! Inspired by the Grossology exhibition that will be at the Science Center this summer, this camp will investigate the impolite science of the human body as well as the slimiest, ickiest creatures on earth. Join us as we explore the grosser side of science!

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    STEMtastic!

    Age: 6–11
    9 a.m.–4 p.m.
    June 15–19, July 6–10, and July 27–31

    Campers will explore Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math by becoming junior astronauts, engineers, and scientists. They will discover cool critters and create their own monster bot as well as delve into volcanic eruptions and craters on the moon!

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    Maker’s Faire

    Ages: 6–11
    9 a.m.–4 p.m.
    June 8–12 , June 29–July 3 and July 20–24

    During this session, campers will embrace their inner maker, get their hands dirty, fix things, break things, and have lots of fun while doing it!

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    Little Explorers

    Age: 3–5
    9 a.m.–12 p.m.
    June 15–19 and June 29–July 3

    ECHOS® stands for Early Childhood Hands-On Science! Campers will experiment with air, magnets, and blocks; strengthen scientific thinking, logical, social capacities, and investigate the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) concepts from the everyday world.

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    Little Grossologists

    Age: 3–5
    9 a.m.–12 p.m.
    June 1–5 and July 13–17

    Campers will have the opportunity to learn about their bodies and all of the “gross” gurgles, odors, and eruptions that help keep us healthy!

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    SWIFT Weather Camp

    Ages : 12–14
    9 a.m.–4 p.m.
    June 15–19
    Member: $135
    Non-Member: $165
    SWIFT weather camp is a week-long educational program developed to engage and inform teens about the science of meteorology and related career opportunities. Campers explore exciting weather phenomenon while receiving personal instruction from Arizona State University researchers and National Weather Service meteorologists in forecasting, observing, and reporting all aspects of weather and climate. They will engage in hands-on activities, field experiments, seminars, tour of research facilities and workshops that expand their knowledge of atmospheric sciences, weather, forecasting, and environmental instrumentation.

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    BMI @ BNI Summer Camp

    Age Groups: 12–14
    9 a.m.–4 p.m.
    June 29–July 3 & July 6–10 & July 20–24
    Member: $225
    Non-member: $275
    Experience a world inhabited by research scientists and neurosurgeons while learning what it takes to get a drug from the laboratory bench to a patient's bedside. This unique opportunity includes hands-on lab work involving DNA extraction, gene transformation and protein purification. The experience features amazing tours and talks by scientists and neurosurgeons. The week concludes with campers conducting research-based presentations for a live audience of scientists, parents, and friends.
    *This is a competitive process with a limited number of available seats. For information about the application process, please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

    Registration opening soon!

  • Camps Refund Policy

    Please note that refunds are not given for camps, camp-ins, or workshops. If for some reason a child needs to withdraw from or cannot attend a session that they have been registered for, an Arizona Science Center Credit will be issued. This credit is good for one year from the date of issue and may be applied to any camps, camp-ins, workshops, or towards an Arizona Science Center membership.

    You are responsible for registering your child for the correct age group. In order to maintain a safe environment and proper camper to instructor ratio, it is necessary to limit the number of campers per group. Signing up for an incorrect age group will not guarantee their placement in an already sold out camp.

  • Camp Innovation is generously supported by:

    sponsors