Summer Camps

From amazing animals to rockin’ robots, we make science fun and engaging with hands-on activities and learning adventures!

Registration Fees

Session GSC Member Non-Member
AM (9am - 12pm) $130 $170
PM (1pm - 3pm) $90 $120
XPM (1pm - 4pm) $130 $170
DAY (9am - 3pm) $230 $295
Lunch Bunch (12pm - 1pm) $15/week $15/week
Extended Day (3pm - 4:30pm) $20/week $20/week

Camps that are three hours or longer have a snack time. Please provide a nut-free snack for your child.

For camps that show FULL, email camps@greensboroscience.org to be added to the waiting list, as spaces do open throughout the summer. Include your name and best contact number.

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The HERP Project

Rising 9th - 12th graders are invited to join us for a week of field-based study designed specifically for teens!

Frog

Find, study and track reptiles and amphibians that live on the GSC property and surrounding forests, streams and ponds. Work with fellow high school students, GSC staff, as well as UNCG faculty and students to collect, process, and analyze scientific data. For more information about The HERP Project, click here. July 9 - 13, 9am - 2pm, Cost: $100 (scholarships are available)


Science Exploration Summer Camps at a Glance

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Week Session Ages 4 - 5 Ages 6 - 7 Ages 8 - 9 Ages 10 - 12
June 11 - 15 AM EC1: Short Stories, Tall Tales A1: Animals on the Move B1: Nature Nut C1: Cool Chemistry
June 18 - 22 AM EC3: Woolly Bully A3: Museum Explorers B3: Eye to Eye C3: Science Stew
PM A4: Star Seekers B4: Shark! C4: Ology Odyssey
June 25 - 29 AM EC5: Dino Claws A5: Pollinator Pals B5: Sweet Science
PM A6: Things That Fly B6: The Force, Of Course
DAY C5: Animal Care Camp
July 9 - 13 AM EC7: Slime Time A7: Creation Sensation B7: Ani-maniacs C7: Maker Madness
PM A8: Dino Detectives B8: Adventures with Indiana Bones C8: Duct Tape Challenge
July 16 - 20 AM EC9: Mix It Up A9: Creep, Crawl and Slither B9: Science Safari C9: Animal Insider
PM A10: Whale Tales B10: Unseen Science C10: Jr Paleontologist
July 23 - 27 AM EC11: Woolly Bully A11: Creation Sensation B11: Eye to Eye
PM A12: Star Seekers B12: Shark!
DAY C11: Animal Care Camp
July 30 - August 3 AM EC13: Dino Claws A13: Creep, Crawl and Slither B13: Ani-maniacs C13: Science Stew
PM A14: Dino Detectives B14: Adventures with Indiana Bones C14: Ology Odyssey
August 6 - 10 AM EC15: Mix It Up A15: Museum Explorers B15: Sweet Science C15: Maker Madness
PM A16: Things That Fly B16: The Force, Of Course C16: Jr Paleontologist
August 13 - 17 AM EC17: Short Stories, Tall Tales A17: Animals on the Move B17: Nature Nut C17: Cool Chemistry

Robotics Lab Summer Camps at a Glance

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Week Session Age 5 Ages 6 - 7 Ages 8 - 9 Ages 10 - 11 Ages 12 - 14
June 11 - 15 AM RE1: Olympic Games IE1: Great Ball Contraptions
June 18 - 22 AM RE3: Olympic Games RR3: Amazing Race Coding
PM BB4: Dragons and Castles
XPM IE4: Great Ball Contraptions RT4: City Sights
June 25 - 29 AM RE5: Olympic Games RR5: Amazing Race Coding
PM BB6: Dragons and Castles
XPM IE6: Great Ball Contraptions RT6: City Sights
July 9 - 13 AM RE7: Animal Kingdom RR7: Around Town
PM BB8: Dragons and Castles
XPM IE8: Game Time Coding RT8: City Sights
July 16 - 20 AM RE9: Animal Kingdom RR9: Around Town
PM BB10: Gear Up!
XPM IE10: Game Time Coding RT10: Mission Impossible
July 23 - 27 AM RE11: Animal Kingdom RR11: Around Town
PM BB12: Gear Up!
XPM IE12: Game Time Coding RT12: Mission Impossible
July 30 - August 3 AM RE13: Inventor’s Workshop RR13: Incredible Machines
PM BB14: Gear Up!
XPM IE14: Our City RT14: Game Design Coding
August 6 - 10 AM RE15: Inventor’s Workshop RR15: Incredible Machines
PM BB16: Gear Up!
XPM IE16: Our City RT16: Game Design Coding
August 13 - 17 AM RE17: Inventor’s Workshop RR17: Around Town
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Science Exploration Summer Camp Descriptions

Science Exploration Camps: Ages 4 - 5

Short Stories, Tall Tales

Discover the science behind our favorite stories! Gravity has a lot to do with Humpty Dumpty’s great fall. One of the three Little Pigs knew that a brick house would withstand all the huffing and puffing. We will dive into stories and conduct experiments to test the science behind our favorite stories - and meet a few animals along the way.

June 11-15, 9am - 12pm
August 13-17, 9am - 12pm

Woolly Bully

If you like furry animals, we’ve gotcha covered. Discover the wonderful world of mammals! Learn about funny mammal behaviors and some neat adaptations for survival. We’ll meet some mammals that live at the Science Center and the zoo keepers in charge of their care and feeding.

June 18-22, 9am - 12pm
July 23-27, 9am - 12pm

Dino Claws

Do you have a passion for the prehistoric? Join us as we unearth dinosaur facts, create our own fossils, and imagine what life was like in the days of the dinosaurs. We’ll also take time to visit the new Prehistoric Passages exhibit. This class will be DINO-mite!

June 25-29, 9am - 12pm
July 30-August 3, 9am - 12pm

Slime Time

From oobleck to salamanders, you are going to get SLIMED! We’ll investigate the importance of slime to many animals, mix up gooey concoctions and cook up a slimy snack.

July 9-13, 9am - 12pm

Mix It Up

Stir it! Mix it! Make it bubble over! We’ll investigate kitchen chemistry at its best. From edible dough to smelly paint, you’ll take home a cool concoction every day.

July 16-20, 9am - 12pm
August 6-10, 9am - 12pm

Science Exploration Camps: Ages 6 - 7

Animals on the Move

Meet animals that tunnel, hop, crawl and swim. You’ll get up-close with the movers and shakers of Animal Discovery Zoo, practice a little animal yoga and get creative with animal crafts.

June 11-15, 9am - 12pm
August 13-17, 9am - 12pm

Museum Explorers

From prehistoric days to starry nights, animal adventures to electrifying events, come and sample all areas of science as we explore the Science Center. This camp is perfect for young scientists who like to dabble in everything from rocks to reptiles.

June 18-22, 9am - 12pm
August 6-10, 9am - 12pm

Star Seekers

You’ll be seeing stars, planets, satellites and more as we ZOOM into space! What is a super nova? Why do we see different stars throughout the year? Design your own spacecraft and create an alien friend to take home.

June 18-22, 1pm - 3pm
July 23-27, 1pm - 3pm

Pollinator Pals

What’s the buzz about bugs? They sting us, bite us and just plain annoy us but they also pollinate plants. What if there were no insects? Could humans make hand pollinators? Become an engineer as you design your own technology to pollinate plants by hand and learn about different bugs all week.

June 25-29, 9am - 12pm

Things That Fly

Take off on an exploration of the science and history of flight. Make everything from paper airplanes to rockets and test-fly your creations. Learn how scientists achieved flight through trial and error.

June 25-29, 1pm - 3pm
August 6-10, 1pm - 3pm

Creation Sensation

Mix and measure, stir and shake – see what science fun you can make. Join us for a week of science magic as we do safe, fun experiments that you can repeat at home to keep the excitement brewing all summer long.

July 9-13, 9am - 12pm
July 23-27, 9am - 12pm

Dino Detectives

Get ready to dig into dinosaurs. We'll explore prehistoric worlds as we learn about fossils and dinosaurs. From mini excavations to exploring real dinosaur bones, we'll dig into the past to find out all about those giants that once walked the Earth. We’ll also take time to visit the new Prehistoric Passages exhibit.

July 9-13, 1pm - 3pm
July 30-August 3, 1pm - 3pm

Creep, Crawl and Slither

Reptiles, amphibians, insects and spiders will be crawling their way through this week’s camp. Join us for crafts, live animal visits and outdoor discovery as we uncover their unique homes, help campers’ see their hidden beauty, and also dispel the “yuck” factor.

July 16-20, 9am - 12pm
July 30-August 3, 9am - 12pm

Whale Tales

Do opossums really hang by their tails? Are owls wise? Do groundhogs really predict the weather? Explore animal folklore, meet animals and find out facts. So many stories, so much science, so little time.

July 16-20, 1pm - 3pm

Science Exploration Camps: Ages 8 - 9

Nature Nut

Wear sturdy shoes and sunscreen as we’ll explore the natural areas around the Science Center. Dissect an owl pellet, try fish printing, track animals, meet local wildlife and catch (and release) pond life, tadpoles, and frogs. We’ll dig into geology, check out trees, make paper and learn how to observe the animals around us- think worms, bugs and birds.

June 11-15, 9am - 12pm
August 13-17, 9am - 12pm

Eye to Eye

Get close up to your favorite animal friends. Each day, you’ll come eye to eye with a different group of creatures. From the way they survive in the wild to their amazing behaviors, you’ll get the inside scoop.

June 18-22, 9am - 12pm
July 23-27, 9am - 12pm

Shark!

Take an in-depth look at one of the most feared creatures of the deep. Find out about their amazing adaptations for hunting and learn about the most common misconceptions. Take a closer look at some amazing shark jaws, dig up some fossilized shark teeth, and take a behind-the-scenes walk above Shark Reef.

June 18-22, 1pm - 3pm
July 23-27, 1pm - 3pm

Sweet Science

Why do you need to pull taffy? Why do lifesavers flash in the dark? How many dyes are in a black jellybean? Join us as we study the sweet side of science and savor the chemical structures and reactions of all the treats you love to eat!

June 25-29, 9am - 12pm
August 6-10, 9am - 12pm

The Force, Of Course

Join the fun as we explore the wonders that keep us here on earth. Investigate gravity, friction and many other forces as you create your own roller coaster and slide, and even drop an egg from the roof of the Science Center. The force is strong in this class.

June 25-29, 1pm - 3pm
August 6-10, 1pm - 3pm

Ani-maniacs

Rabid for reptiles, batty for birds or manic over mammals? You’ll learn about a different group of animals each day. Meet some in the classroom and observe others in the Animal Discovery Zoo or Wiseman Aquarium for a complete picture of animals, their habitats and conservation.

July 9-13, 9am - 12pm
July 30-August 3, 9am - 12pm

Adventures with Indiana Bones

Indiana Bones needs your help to “dig up” information on some of the most amazing prehistoric creatures on earth! Each day, you’ll receive a special message from Indy sending you forth on your mission. At the end of the week you will get the opportunity to meet Indiana himself!

July 9-13, 1pm - 3pm
July 30-August 3, 1pm - 3pm

Science Safari

We’ll mix things up, make things move and get wild and woolly with the creatures of Animal Discovery Zoo. From the earth beneath your feet to the stars in the sky, we’ll explore the world of science in this sampler week.

July 16-20, 9am - 12pm

Unseen Science

Take a closer look at the world around you–you might be surprised at what you find! Explore Nano science, learn microscope techniques, and discover the microscopic life below your feet.

July 16-20, 1pm - 3pm

Science Exploration Camps: Ages 10 - 12

Cool Chemistry

This camp has cool chemical tricks for any camper’s repertoire. Marveling at dry ice, examining acids and bases and characterizing reactions make this camp a fun, messy favorite.

June 11-15, 9am - 12pm
August 13-17, 9am - 12pm

Science Stew

Get your mixing bowls and oven mitts ready for some culinary creations! Science takes center stage as you discover the connections between cooking and chemistry. Learn about our sense of taste while creating dishes designed to make your taste buds go crazy.

June 18-22, 9am - 12pm
July 30-August 3, 9am - 12pm

Ology Odyssey

Did you ever want to dig deeper into the world of “ologies”? This is the camp for you! Come explore the worlds of mammalogy (mammals), paleontology (ancient life), ornithology (birds), ichthyology (fish) and geology (rocks and minerals). Each day, we will tackle a new subject with real specimens, models, live animals and behind-the-scenes experiences.

June 18-22, 1pm - 3pm
July 30-August 3, 1pm - 3pm

Animal Care Camp

Join us for a variety of experiences for the true animal lover. Find out how we care for the animals in Animal Discovery and Wiseman Aquarium. We’ll lend a hand in the zoo and aquarium each day, learn about the care of all kinds of animals and meet animal professionals as they share their experiences with us. Dress for outdoor work; closed-toe shoes are a must. Lunch supervision is included; bring a bag lunch, drink and snack each day. If you have taken this class in a previous summer, please allow others to sign up this summer.

June 25-29, 9am - 3pm
July 23-27, 9am - 3pm

Maker Madness

Attention all lovers of tinkering, widgets and wheels! Spend a week building and experimenting as you explore the engineering design process. Each day brings a new set of challenges and problems to solve using teamwork, imagination and ingenuity. What will you make?

July 9-13, 9am - 12pm
August 6-10, 9am - 12pm

Duct Tape Challenge

Can duct tape really fix everything? Find out as we complete engineering challenges that investigate its strength and durability. Discover how this tape was used on Apollo 13, and conduct some experiments to get you out of sticky situations.

July 9-13, 1pm - 3pm

Animal Insider

Get the inside scoop on the animals at the Science Center. Go behind the scenes and learn how we care for our animal friends. Meet some people who have made the love of animals their profession and the animals they care for.

July 16-20, 9am - 12pm

Jr Paleontologist

From sauropods to sabertooths, dig into the past as you unearth what it takes to be a paleontologist. Make your own casts of fossils to add to your fossil collection. We’ll meet some prehistoric creatures that still exist today and visit the new Prehistoric Passages exhibit.

July 16-20, 1pm - 3pm
August 6-10, 1pm - 3pm

Robotics Lab Summer Camp Descriptions

Age 5: Beginner Builders

We are introducing our youngest engineers to building challenges, teamwork and creative innovation with our favorite DUPLO® and standard LEGO® building blocks. Classes have both directed assignments and creative free-building time to apply lessons with simple machines. Campers also learn cooperatively through buddy building missions.

Dragons and Castles

We must save the castle! The royal builders will work together to design and build a castle to protect the royal family from the fire breathing dragons. Builders will use simple machines to build a drawbridge and a trebuchet. Throughout the week there will be storytelling breaks and animal walks.

June 18-22, 1pm - 3pm
June 25-29, 1pm - 3pm
July 9-13, 1pm - 3pm

Gear Up!

How and where are gears used? Beginner builders will learn about simple machines as they build moving and spinning models.

July 16-20, 1pm - 3pm
July 23-27, 1pm - 3pm
July 30-August 3, 1pm - 3pm
August 6-10, 1pm - 3pm

Ages 6-7: Rookie Engineers

From wheels and axles to gears and pulleys, students learn the basics of simple machines through building. They also learn computer programming using the LEGO® Education WeDo 1.0 and 2.0, an icon-based introduction to robotics that uses motors and sensors. Classes have both directed assignments and free-building time. Campers also learn cooperatively through Buddy Building and missions. There are no prerequisites.

Olympic Games

Campers are off to the Olympics. They will learn about the different events in the winter and summer games and have some fun playing some of them outside at Country Park. Campers will build and program models using WeDo with moving parts to represent the events such soccer, sailing, bobsledding, and curling.

June 11-15, 9am - 12pm
June 18-22, 9am - 12pm
June 25-29, 9am - 12pm

Animal Kingdom

Roar! The robotic lions are coming to this camp. Students will learn about the animal kingdom, build and program fun robotic animals, and have a daily interaction with an animal.

July 9-13, 9am - 12pm
July 16-20, 9am - 12pm
July 23-27, 9am - 12pm

Inventor’s Workshop

Rookie Engineers will explore how simple machines make things move. They will build movable models for the first three days then design and program their own invention. There will be breaks from the classroom to explore the Science Center.

July 30-August 3, 9am - 12pm
August 6-10, 9am - 12pm
August 13-17, 9am - 12pm

Ages 8-9: Intermediate Engineers

Great Ball Contraptions

A great ball contraption (GBC) is a machine that moves marble-sized balls from one area to another, much like a bucket brigade and similar to a Rube Goldberg machine. Engineers will team up starting with small versions of this concept to learn about the basic principles. They will be using small motors, LEGO® and Technic® bricks. By the end of the week, groups will build a larger version and link all the GBC machines together!

June 11-15, 9am - 12pm
June 18-22, 1pm - 4pm
June 25-29, 1pm - 4pm

Game Time Coding

This camp is all about playing, designing and coding computer games. Engineers will learn the basics of coding using SCRATCH® and participate in fun activities. They will also take a break from the computers to enjoy outdoor adventures and meet some animals.

July 9-13, 1pm - 4pm
July 16-20, 1pm - 4pm
July 23-27, 1pm - 4pm

Our City

Intermediate engineers build autonomous robots using the LEGO® Mindstorm® EV3 brick, learn programming, and tackle moving through a city map mat with your teammates. Campers will learn about FIRST® core values and work on teamwork and cooperation. They will also have opportunities to explore the Science Center and meet some of the animals.

July 30 - August 3, 1pm - 4pm
August 6- 10, 1pm - 4pm

Ages 10-11: Rookie Robotics

Amazing Race Coding

This camp is all about playing, designing and coding racing computer games. Campers will learn the basics of coding, and drawing objects and will participate in fun activities using SCRATCH. They will take a break from the computers to enjoy some outdoor adventures and meet some animals.

June 18-22, 9am - 12pm
June 25-29, 9am - 12pm

Around Town

Rookie Robotics build and program a fully autonomous robot using the Lego® Mindstorm® EV3. Campers are encouraged to continue developing their building skills using sensors and complex designs. The challenge depth is different for this older group than for our younger Rookies. This camp is a prerequisite for GSC FIRST® LEGO® League teams in the fall. See our website for more information about joining an FLL team. Please choose one session per child; there are no prerequisites for camps.

July 9-13, 9am - 12pm
July 16-20, 9am - 12pm
July 23-27, 9am - 12pm
August 13-17, 9am - 12pm

Incredible Machines

Incredible Machines is a take on a machine that moves marble-sized basketballs or soccer balls from one area to another, much like a bucket brigade and similar to a Rube Goldberg machine. Rookie Robotics students will team up with simple versions of this concept to learn about the basic principles. They will be using small motors, LEGO® and Technic® bricks. By the end of the week groups will build a larger version and link all the machines together!

July 30- August 3, 9am - 12pm
August 6-10, 9am - 12pm

Ages 12-14: Robo Techs

City Sights

Robotic Techs build and program a fully autonomous robot using the LEGO® Mindstorm® EV3. Campers are encouraged to continue developing their building skills using sensors and complex designs. The challenge depth is different for this older group than for our younger Rookies. This camp is a prerequisite for GSC FIRST® LEGO® League teams in the fall. See our website for more information about joining an FLL team. Please choose one session per child; there are no prerequisites for camps.

June 18-22, 1pm - 4pm
June 25-29, 1pm - 4pm
July 9-13, 1pm - 4pm

Mission Impossible

Incredible Machines is a take on a machine that moves marble-sized basketballs or soccer balls from one area to another, much like a bucket brigade and similar to a Rube Goldberg machine. Rookie Robotic students will team up to begin with simple versions of this concept to learn about the basic principles. They will be using small motors, LEGO® and Technic® bricks. By the end of the week, groups will build a larger version and link all the machines together!

July 16-20, 1pm - 4pm
July 23-27, 1pm - 4pm

Game Design Coding

This camp is all about playing, designing and coding computer games. Campers will learn coding and drawing objects and will participate in fun activities using SCRATCH and other coding languages. They will also take a break from the computers to enjoy some outdoor adventures and meet some animals.

July 30-August 3, 1pm - 4pm
August 6-10, 1pm - 4pm

Add-Ons

Lunch Bunch

Lunch supervision is available to Summer Science Camp participants and can be added to any morning camp. It is necessary to add lunch if your child has both a morning and afternoon camp. Please be sure that your child brings a nut-free bag lunch that does not need to be refrigerated. Children must keep up with their own lunches, so be sure to label your child’s container. Cold beverages are available from the lunchroom vending machines. Lunch Bunch is supervised by GSC staff. Children will be taken to their afternoon sessions or readied for pickup at the car line afterwards. Register as you would a workshop.

Lunch Bunch is included for the 9am - 3 pm camps.

Extended Day

Extended Day sessions are a relaxing way to end a day of exciting science adventure. We’ll have a supervised room and provide museum/zoo explorations, games, books, and our favorite science movies during this unstructured period. Extended Days are offered as a service to meet your family’s busy schedules. Pick up your child any time before 4:30 pm. Register for Extended Day as an option with afternoon camps. Extended Day is not offered the first or last weeks of camps.

Contact Us

Questions or comments? Email camps@greensboroscience.org or call 336-288-3769 x1389.

FAQs

Check your Greensboro Science Center membership card and look for the expiration date printed on it. Your member number/ID is printed under the bar code.

We cannot process a new/renewed membership at time of camp registration. If you need a new/renewed membership you can click here or stop by our information desk.

The camper and adult guardian who is the contact must be a GSC member. A grandparent can register a grandchild but the adult bringing the child to camp must also be a GSC member to gain access to the GSC.

  • The registration button will not go live until the prescribed time. If you come to the page early, you must refresh the page to see it.
  • Multiple registrants are placed in a queue and transactions occur one at a time. You will be notified when it is your turn to complete the registration.
  • You are not guaranteed classes until you complete the transaction.
We run repeats of most camp sessions and LEGO® camps. We want to ensure as many children as possible are allowed the opportunity to learn about the subject of their choice. Plus, if you register twice, you have already learned the material!

If you have a reciprocal membership from another institution you cannot register as a member for programs here.

Participants should register according to their age before the class begins. Your child should be the required age by the first day of the camp.

While we do not place younger students in older classes, we sometimes make exceptions and place older students in younger classes; call Courtenay Vass at 336-288-3769 ext. 1389 if you have questions.

If any camp you’d like to register for is full or you’d like a different LEGO® session, please consider being placed on a waiting list. Send an email to camps@greensboroscience.org with the subject line “waiting list.” Include the camp(s) you’d like, name and age (at camp date) of your child, your name and your daytime phone number(s). Children are placed on the list in the order in which they are received. We get openings all summer as plans change, so waiting lists do work!

Use your user ID to check your classes at any time and add more to your account. If you do not remember your user ID, you can still add classes as a new user just as easily and effectively.

Camps are offered as morning sessions (9am - 12pm) or afternoon sessions (1 - 3pm; some LEGO® camps 1 - 4pm). Select a morning and afternoon for a full day. If you choose morning and afternoon sessions, also register for lunch supervision (offered as an add-on as you register). Additionally, we offer extended day registration (3 - 4:30pm) as an add-on to afternoon camps.

Our summer staff signs in all campers at an outdoor parking lane, just past our main building. We are generally in place 15 minutes before camp starts.

Alternately, students may be walked in and dropped off at their classrooms 5 minutes prior to class. You will need to show your membership card each time you enter the GSC. Children may not enter or exit the building without a parent, guardian or GSC staff member.

Our summer instructor staff is comprised of certified teachers from Guilford County and surrounding communities, as well as environmental education professionals. Our LEGO® camps also have our techno-whiz college students as instructors under the guidance of our Robotics Coordinator. Paid assistants and our summer “teen corps” volunteers lend a hand in classes.

Clothing should be comfortable for indoor and outdoor, hands-on activities. Closed-toe shoes and socks are suggested (required for Animal Care Camp and field courses). No flip-flops or roller sneakers allowed. Please leave all electronics at home. Label snacks and lunches. A water bottle is recommended.

All morning camps take a snack break. Only 3 hour LEGO® afternoon camps take a snack break. Please send a nut-free snack and drink (water is great!). Lunch Bunch students will need to bring a (non-refrigerated) bag lunch and drink.

Discipline issues are rare, but do occur. Initially, instructors will discuss the behavior with the camper. If the behavior persists, the camper will spend “quiet time” in the Education Department office. Behavior issues will be brought to the attention of the parent in order to work together toward an appropriate solution.

Our camp staff does not administer medication. Children who carry a self-administered inhaler or Epi-Pen for emergencies should note this on their health form. If your child has a medical issue while at camp, our Red Cross First Aid certified staff will treat basic needs (band-aids, ice packs). All medical issues will be brought to the attention of the parent or guardian listed on your health form. We are peanut-free in our classes but do use food in many classes. Please bring allergy information on your health form at the start of class for your instructor.

Your form will ask you for a credit card (Visa, MasterCard). This form of payment is secure.

If you need to change or cancel a class:

  • To switch camps there is a $5 administrative fee per camp.
  • To cancel your registration more than 2 weeks in advance there is a $10 fee
  • To cancel your registration less than 2 weeks in advance there is no refund unless we can fill the spot from a waiting list.
  • The GSC reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment. In this event, you will receive a full refund or option to register for another class.

To switch/cancel a class call the Education Office at 288-3769 x1389.

Yes. Limited financial assistance is available and requires a separate application. Contact the Camp Director at 288-3769 ext. 1389 for details.