Club Scientific Summer Camps

636 Steels Bridge Road
Canton, GA 30114

Phone:
678-880-6460

Website:

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Our unique science programs are designed to meet the needs of children in grades K-8. Carefully researched science lessons help engage students in observation, measurement, identification of properties, and experimentation involving life, earth, and physical science concepts. The units are rigorously researched by science educators with the help of teachers and children. The results are lessons that students enjoy and genuinely learn from.

2016 Camp Information

Camp Type:

  • Day Camp

Camp Season:

  • Summer

Camp Subject:

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Multiple Types
  • Science/Nature
  • Technology

Camp Age:

  • 4 Years Old
  • 5 Years Old
  • 6 Years Old
  • 7 Years Old
  • 8 Years Old
  • 9 Years Old
  • 10 Years Old
  • 11 and up

2016 Camp Sessions

  • Arts & Crafts, Science/Nature, Technology, Multiple Types
    4 Years Old, 5 Years Old, 6 Years Old, 7 Years Old, 8 Years Old, 9 Years Old, 10 Years Old, 11 and up

What Others are Saying

Overall:

3 reviews

  • Mary Parker

    We sent our daughter and her friend to the Emergency vet camp this Summer and were very disappointed. The schedule of events looked very interesting and fun but ended up short and dull. They constantly ran out of activities for the kids to do so the teenage counselor had them play charades, duck-duck-goose, or other non-vet games to fill time. Another day the counselor brought in worksheets such a crossword puzzles to do that had nothing to do with veterinarian science. It is obviously a "babysit your kid camp". Both girls were bored to tears so us parents ended up taking turns working from home and looking after the girls. The camp is all hype and no substance!

  • Mary Parker

    We sent our daughter and her friend to the Emergency vet camp this Summer and were very disappointed. The schedule of events looked very interesting and fun but ended up short and dull. They constantly ran out of activities for the kids to do so the teenage counselor had them play charades, duck-duck-goose, or other non-vet games to fill time. Another day the counselor brought in worksheets such a crossword puzzles to do that had nothing to do with veterinarian science. It is obviously a "babysit your kid camp". Both girls were bored to tears so us parents ended up taking turns working from home and looking after the girls. The camp is all hype and no substance!

  • Iestyn Lewis

    Awful. We signed our daughter up for a week-long special effects camp. The first day they sent home a schedule full of awesome looking activities. They did perhaps 50% of these promised activities. Equipment was in bad shape, meaning they could not finish many activities. They had one 19 year old girl in charge of 10 9-12 year olds. My daughter spent one day just reading a book because there was nothing to do. This camp is a profit-focused, glorified daycare that could not care less about your child.

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