Lots of places have camps, but Amazeum camps are super cool.
Amazeum camps invite curious, active kids to investigate, question, and create. Every camp is designed with learning by creating, doing and exploring together in mind. The Amazeum holds camps throughout the year for students to engage with Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) in uniquely fun ways.
Mini Camps are a shorter version of Amazeum week-long camps but with the same level of fun and adventures! Explore a new theme during each Mini Camp.
Homeschool Mini Camps foster new curiosities and discoveries about the world around us as we use science as a tool for exploring that world. In these child drop-off camps, campers explore the concepts of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) through creative, hands-on explorations. Only homeschool students are able to join these camps, so it is another great way to meet with homeschool students in the area.
Frequently Asked Questions
Have some questions about camps at the Scott Family Amazeum? Be sure to read through our Frequently Asked Questions document. If you still have questions, please email Ashlee at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call her at 479-696-9280 ext. 211.