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There are no wrong answers when it comes to these quirky, open-ended activities.





Soldering is a fundamental skill needed to dabble in the world of electronics. Activities will vary.





Utilize the optical property of internal reflection to create your own light-up display!





Engineering Adventures! During this after school science club, your kids will use recycled materials to engineer their own toy cars, then compete in a Recycled Racer Rally!





This class focuses on the process of invention, design and communication as students work in teams to design a course that slows down the bouncy ball. Following two design periods, students share their designs with the class as they are timed to see which invention was the most efficient.





Work together as a team to design and create a contraption that in the team's opinion will  benefit society. But choose your materials wisely, you’ll be operating on a budget! After the  designs have been made, teams will create a marketing plan to promote their product.









In this class, students will learn the basics of robotic engineering by building a LEGO Mindstorm robot and programming it to follow basic commands using the NXT 2.1 programming software.





Work together as a team to build your base robot and then put your skills to the test to compete  against other teams in driving and maneuvering challenges. For added challenge, teams will  then design and create their own modifications to the base robot to accomplish other tasks. This is an extended 2-hour class.





Properties of solid, liquid and gas are explored through a variety of experiments using liquid nitrogen. Students learn and witness the changes to these states of matter as liquid nitrogen is used to freeze racquet balls, balloons and even bubbles!





To select your Before and After Care for Camps.
Choose the Weekly date needed for your child. (Except for Daily only camps) One order per child.

If you need to purchase for certain days and not the entire week. (For weekly camps) Call 602-716-2028. Early care begins at 7:30 a.m. and Late care ends at 6 p.m.




Camps: Unconventional Electric
Go beyond simple circuits and experience cutting edge technology! Campers will use electronics to interact with the world in a whole new way.



Teen Science Scene is a brand new program aimed to inspire ages 13-17 to expand their interest in science and engineering! These workshops will provide participants with real-world experiences and hands-on activities.





Students are able to decode the mysteries behind DNA and genetics while solving the genetic code of their monsters.





Students will assemble proteins from individual amino acids using models. Participants fold their  2D protein into a specific 3D shape that will fit the venom receptor.





Learn how scientists and epidemiologists track the spread of disease through populations and how vaccines are created!





Students learn how and why the human body gets energy from food. Students identify the four  different macromolecules (carbohydrates – simple and complex, lipids, and proteins) needed by  cells in order to function. Students understand how water and vitamins are important to the  human body. Students identify what kinds of foods offer the most nutrition and identify which  foods contain carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins.





Teen Science Scene is a brand new program aimed to inspire ages 13-17 to expand their interest in science and engineering! These workshops will provide participants with real-world experiences and hands-on activities.





The structure and function of the eyeball is explored in this hands-on classroom experience. Students will also be exposed to proper use of dissection tools and lab materials while dissecting a real cow eyeball.





The structure and function of the eyeball is explored in this hands­on classroom experience.  Students will also be exposed to proper use of dissection tools and lab materials while  dissecting a real cow eyeball. 





Students will explore the anatomy of real turtle specimens and will learn about their unique respiratory and digestive systems, in addition to proper dissection technique and etiquette. This is an extended two-hour class. If you would like your child to have their individual specimen, register for "Individual Specimen." If you would like your child to work in a group of four, register for "Group Specimen."





Students will “hop” into a comprehensive frog dissection and explore their interesting anatomy/physiology. Lab procedure and dissection techniques will be taught and students will learn what makes frogs an “indicator” species, and why they are vital to our environment. If you would like your child to have their individual specimen, register for "Individual Specimen." If you would like your child to work in a group of four, register for "Group Specimen."





Teen Science Scene is a brand new program aimed to inspire ages 13-17 to expand their interest in science and engineering! These workshops will provide participants with real-world experiences and hands-on activities.





Students will learn about the science and fields of paleontology and archaeology. Students will reconstruct past cultures based on their findings at different "dig sites."





Step into the shoes of a paleontologist and learn about the fossilization process, tools of the  trade, and how to properly execute a dig in different environments. Using paleontology tools and  methods, students will excavate various “dig sites.”





Teen Science Scene is a brand new program aimed to inspire ages 13-17 to expand their interest in science and engineering! These workshops will provide participants with real-world experiences and hands-on activities.





Teen Science Scene is a brand new program aimed to inspire ages 13-17 to expand their interest in science and engineering! These workshops will provide participants with real-world experiences and hands-on activities.





Learn how crystallization occurs by making lab-created geodes. Then, become field geologists and use a variety of methods to identify mystery minerals. Students must attend both sessions.





What's the big deal about nano? By manipulating the properties of clear nail polish and water, students will learn about thin films and practical and current applications of nanotechnology.





In this workshop, students will be introduced to concepts of nanoscience as it relates to  biomedicine by exploring new technologies currently in development to assist physicians with  disease diagnosis. 





All life on our Earth depends on water for survival. Discover the microscopic world within a drop of water using advanced laboratory methods and microscopes.





Planet Earth is covered in 72% of water but less than 1% of it is drinkable. In this class, students become water scientist as they work with supplies to design and build a water filtering system.





In this hands on chemistry class, students learn to make predictions and observations as they go through their own chemical reaction.





Students will learn about general differences between acids and bases and their properties in solutions. They will then observe various reactions involving acids and bases and discuss applications of acids and bases in everyday life.





This class will introduce students to basic astronomy and learn about the stories and legends that inspired the constellations we know today. Students will also create their own take-home constellation boxes.





The solar system, comets and the moon are all discussed as the students take their journey through space. Students are able to weigh themselves on planet scales as they learn more about gravity and mass of each planet. A comet is even made with the ingredients necessary to form a dirty snowball.





Uncover the chemistry behind the coloration of planets and other space objects. Students will then design and create their own planet using special painting techniques.





Discover the physics behind rocket science! Students will design, build, and launch their own air pressure powered rockets. The class will have an indoor and outdoor component, as the students will have an opportunity to launch their creations.





Students will explore the physics behind rocket science as they design and build their own water-powered rocket. The class will have an indoor and outdoor component, as the students will have an opportunity to launch their creations.