Update: Both sessions of camp are full as of May 30, 2019: waiting list available.
Bionerds offers fun and hands-on biology workshops for kids (grades K-8) throughout Orange County. They have after school, in-class, school-break camps and party programs.
The Blue Submarine is a marine biology outreach program offering classes and activities for students pre-K through 8th grade. Topics are presented in an interactive format and live tidepool animals are available for certain classes.
“Camp Invention is a STEM Summer Program that Turns Curious Students into Innovative Thinkers.” Campers (grades K-6) explore the technology behind self-driving cars and create vehicles of the future, build their very own “smart” homes, design a mechanical robot dog, and so much more!
Hands-on learning center that is dedicated to bringing the wonder and excitement of space science to children of all ages. Classes and workshops are held regularly, plus a robotics lab, where participants are taught the principles of robotic programming, engineering, failure analysis and mission management. Robotics badge/patch workshops for scouts are also offered.
CSArts Academy brings students (8-15) a fun and creative environment to pursue technical skills, including: 3D design, character design, cinematography, digital arts & design, digital illustration and both film and television production skills.
Take in 71,000 square feet of interactive and hands-on, cutting-edge exhibits and thrilling events! Field trips, birthdays, summer camps, outreach, special events, sleepovers, and teacher workshops are also available.
Discovery Cube Orange County is filled with interactive and hands-on exhibits in themed areas including: Discovery Theater, Inspector Training Course, Boeing Rocket Lab, Discovery Market, Science of Hockey, and more.
This summer, your child can explore a prestigious campus, make new friends as they master tech skills. iD Tech Camps (weeklong, coed, 7-17), Alexa Café (weeklong, all-girls, 10-15), and iD Tech Academies (two-week, teen-only, 13-18).
Workshops, events, camps and clubs in sewing (beginner as well as for youth-entrepreneurs and gift-makers), game production, math with art, mask making, silkscreening, LEGO, cosplay, entrepreneurship club and more. This summer, check out their Parade of Makers program.
Kids engineer fun through inventive and playful classes, camps and competitive robotics. LEGO Ed with the engineering design process and physical science concepts captivate K-12 brains. First Lego League Robotics Team available too.
Kids (grades K-5) will participate in hands-on experiential learning that explores science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics in project-based activities in weekly, themed STEAM camps.
STEAMachine offers STEM-based learning adventures through hands-on creative storytelling of Star Wars, Camp Half-Blood and Avengers, for grades 4-8. Save 10% if you enroll by May 15! Use coupon code: campguide.
Do you have a child who is bright, curious, and technology driven with a social and/or learning difference? Then STEM3 Academy (@stem3academy) may be right for your family! The LA-based STEM school, the first-of-its-kind in the U.S., is excited to be expanding into Orange County.
Stratford infuses its STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) curriculum into an innovative and enriching summer camp experience.
Through a variety of age and skill appropriate enrichment activities, 4th- 12th grade students with social and learning differences will make STEM come alive in a hands-on, project-based two-week summer camp program.
It’s never too late to sign up! With ten, flexible sessions offered June through August at Townsquare Learning Center’s STEAM and Sports Summer Camp, parents can mix and match, any weeks of their choice!
At UCode, your child not only learns to be proficient in coding, but also builds skills in computational thinking, as well as develop a deeper understanding of traditional school subjects. After-school classes and school-break camps for ages 6-16 are offered.
Spend two exciting weeks doing hands-on science investigations. Students (entering grades 2-8 and HS girls) do experiments and projects in college science laboratories. This year’s topics include: It’s Not Magic, It’s Science!, Star Scientists, Marine Biology, The STEM Maker Challenge (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and a high school girls physics program. The camp will be held July 15-26, Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 12:10.
BrainStorm provides educational programs focused in learning STEM for all skill levels in grades 1-12, including Code Academy, robotics and engineering, Minecraft and more.