Camp Galileo San Jose Almaden

6130 Silberman Drive
San Jose, CA 95120

Phone:
800-854-3684

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CAMP GALILEOARRIVES IN SAN JOSE/ALMADEN IN 2012!

At Camp Galileo, pre-K – rising 5th graders bring their ideas to life! Each week-long session centers on an imaginative theme, which inspires hands-on art and science projects and collaborative outdoor activities for campers to do every day. Campers also have plenty of fun throughout the week with camp traditions like team color day, water day and capture the rubber chicken.

Check out four brand-new themes at Camp Galileo in Summer 2012: •Galileo Olympics: Greek Art & The Science of The Games •Celebrate the Golden Gate: SF Art & Bridge Engineering •Leonardo’s Apprentice: Renaissance Art & Inventions •Galileo Rocks! The Art & Science of Music

SAVE UP TO $200 AT CAMP GALILEO WHEN YOU ENROLL BY MARCH 1, 2012!

Camp Galileo is excited to return to Los Alamitos Elementary School in San Jose for a fantastic summer! Camp will run from June 11– August 27. To enroll or learn more, visit www.galileo-learning.com or call 1-800-854-3684.

2016 Camp Information

Camp Type:

  • Day Camp

Camp Season:

  • Summer

Camp Subject:

  • Multiple Types

Camp Age:

  • 3 Years Old
  • 4 Years Old
  • 5 Years Old
  • 6 Years Old
  • 7 Years Old
  • 8 Years Old
  • 9 Years Old

Other Features:

  • Extended Care Available

2016 Camp Sessions

  • Multiple Types
    3 Years Old, 4 Years Old, 5 Years Old, 6 Years Old, 7 Years Old, 8 Years Old, 9 Years Old

What Others are Saying

Overall:

1 reviews

  • Denise Leto

    I won’t be sending my daughter back! My daughter suggested that for an upcoming family birthday party we should play a game called “Chubby Bunny”. I asked her what it was as I had never heard of it – its where you shove marshmallows into your mouth one-by-one and say “Chubby Bunny” until you get so many in your mouth, it sounds really funny. The “winner” is the last one able to say the words clearly. Needless to say, I was horrified and asked her where she had learned this “game” – Camp Galileo (Almaden). I spoke with the Almaden camp director and the area director -- both of whom advised me they felt the game was safe as they instruct kids to watch but don't do this w/o parents around. Really? I can't be 100% sure I can stop my child from choking can you? Any game that demonstrates to them this is an ok risk to take (no matter who you are or what age) is not ok with me. Poor judgement by Camp Galileo Administration.

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