Physics, chemistry, and biology, oh no! Science is everywhere. It is in the structures we make, the living organisms around us and in us, the planets and stars and so much more. Science is a way of thinking. Students will explore several different fields within science through experiments and hands-on activities. Each day will have a different focus, allowing students to experience a variety of scientific concepts.
Camps run by certified teachers that engage your child in activities that they ordinarily do not complete in school.
Most camps are designed for rising 4th graders to rising 9th graders. Students will be grouped with others that are similar age.
Certified teachers run the camps and lead activities. Students work in small groups of 3-4 campers with Walton High School students as counselors.
Students may be dropped off between 8:45 am and 9:00 am each morning at the front entrance of the school. Students must be picked up promptly at 3:00 pm each afternoon at the front entrance of the school.
Camps meet from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm on Walton's campus and include a variety of activities throughout the day. Here is last year's schedule. We will post this year's schedule in early May.
Students provide their own lunch including a beverage. A snack is provided each day (animal crackers, graham crackers, carrots, goldfish crackers, etc.).
Closed-toe shoes (sneakers) must be worn each day. Students with the wrong type of shoes will not be able to participate.
Payment details are included on the registration form. Payment must be received by May 17th or before camp is full.
For more information about each camp, please contact:
Science Camp: Doug Wolfe, email@example.com