Celebrating our 5th year with a special STEAM Ahead Initiative. This initiative focuses on the intersection of Art and Science. Three camp options are available: Science Camp, LEGO Camp, & Arts & Craft Camp.
Our 2013 campers declared victory on the Atlantic Star during our whale and dolphin watching trip.
Why does the Van de Graff generator have this hair raising effect? Join us as we explore the science behind this fun effect.
Hands-on learning during our 2013 Marine Life week.
2013 Whale and Dolphin watching trip on the Atlantic.
Sign up early for 2014 LEGO Camp to reserve a spot for your child.
We offer LEGO education for all ages. Sign up early to reserve your spot.
Memories from 2013 flight week.
Did you know we're well on our way to vacationing in outer space? These campers are getting ready for the future.
Hands-on learning is the most effective form of learning. That's why we go the extra mile to translate theories to experiments and link those experiments to the real world.
Wow! Science Campers learn the difference between a healthy lung and an unhealthy one using preserved real lungs in this activity.
Our 2013 campers share with their parents and other guests what they learned during the camp season.
Campers share their experience at the 2013 camp with guests.
A group of campers at the historic Sterling Hill Mining Museum
Wow! Science Campers inside the historic Sterling Hill Mining Museum during our geology week.
Thanks to NBC 10's Chief Meteorologist, Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz, for joining us during a camp graduation ceremony.
Mayor David Meyer of Gloucester Township congratulating Wow! Science Campers.