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Galileo Summer Camp: Inspiring Young Innovators

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There are many choices when it comes to selecting a summer camp for your children, but there are few that can inspire your children to dream big and become an innovator. Galileo summer camp is a place where your children will be inspired, motivated, and encourage to explore without the fear of failing. The camp combines art, science and outdoor experiences in four different weekly themes so that children will experience something different during each week of summer camp at Galileo. It is unlike anything else.

With Galileo’s innovative approach to project-based learning, your children will be learning while having fun. It is an excellent way to keep your kids thinking, learning, and growing during summer so that they can return to school in the fall ready to excel.

There are programs for children from pre-k through 8th grade. There is Camp Galileo for children in pre-k through 5th grade and Galileo Summer Quest for children in grades 5th through 8th. To enroll, visit www.galileo-camps.com.

Camp Themes

The four summer themes this year are:

Galileo Amusement Park
The Art and Engineering of Circuses and Carnival Rides

Galileo Makers: Move It
The Art and Science of Motion

Medieval Adventure
Royal Art and Inventions of the Middle Ages

African Safari
The Art and Science of the Serengeti

Cost

Camp Galileo (pre-k-5th) is $399/week
Galileo Summer Quest (5th-8th grade) is $499/week

There is a lunch option for $38/week where your children can enjoy a healthy lunch. The paid lunch program includes a healthy morning snack, lunch snack, fresh-cut fruit, and an entree.

Along with the lunch program, parents have the option of purchasing extended care for their children from 8am to 9pm and 3pm to 6pm. By adding extended care, your children can be at camp from 8am to 6pm – perfect for working parents.

At Galileo, they believe that camp should be for all children. If you are in need of financial assistance, they are accepting applications until March 31st.

Orange County Locations:

Irvine presented by IPSF: Northwood Elementary School

Newport Beach: Andersen Elementary School

Rancho Santa Margarita: St. John’s Episcopal School

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