Summer Camp at Berkwood Hedge School
STEAM CAMP ON THE HILL
Explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics at Berkwood Hedge School’s Summer Camp! Located in the beautiful Berkeley Hills, we offer a dynamic environment complete with playtime, aftercare, and athletics. Children will engage in indoor and outdoor activities including, tinkering, building, coding, robots, crafting, painting, and so much more! Campers will cultivate friendships, develop social and athletic skills, and collaborate on creative science projects. Is your child curious, creative, playful? Join us in this innovative Summer Camp.
Our summer program brings together art and design, engineering and computer science, and math to promote curiosity, discovery, and STEAM literacy. Campers learn how to solve problems as they explore the role engineering plays in their lives and the world around them. Through creative hands-on engineering adventures, students build 21st century skills as they practice critical thinking to work through challenges together. Campers will learn to collaborate, communicate, solve problems and present their findings in an Engineering Showcase. Campers will have an opportunity to do additional art projects and/or to participate in our athletic and field games program in the afternoons.What: Camp STEAM on The Hill
Who: Campers: entering K - 6
Contact: [email protected]
Where: Berkwood Hedge School Hill Campus, 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94709
June 19 - 23 5 days ($600)
June 26 - 30 5 days ($600)
July 10 - 14 5 days ($600)
July 17 - 21 5 days ($600)
Camps are $600 per week. Berkwood Hedge School Families receive $50 off each session if you register by February 28. Limited camperships will be available. Free aftercare until 5:00p and a daily afternoon snack provided.
Special Announcement - From June 19-23 we will include Equinox and Equinox Elders as a part of our camp, which includes imaginative play from our very own Silver Morningstar.
June 19 - June 23 Light Up the Night“Visit” Iceland to design a display for the annual Light Festival! Explore circuits and sculpting materials. Use your creativity and knowledge of electrical engineering to design a light display that replicates the colors and patterns of the Northern Lights.
June 26 - 30 Robots, Rockets & Rovers
Explore planets and moons in the solar system. Sends messages from the International Space Station and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, learning how to engineer rovers that can explore faraway worlds.
July 10 - 14 Recycled Racers
“Visit” Senegal to learn about creative reuse and recycling. Consider items that would ordinarily be discarded and use them to engineer your own toy car and compete in the Recycled Racer Rally at the end of the week.
July 17 - 21 In Good Hands
“Visit” Antarctica to help engineer part of a space suit for a new NASA mission! Learn about space hazards and how astronauts protect themselves from extreme temperatures, impact, and dangerous dust. Work as materials engineers, considering the trade-offs of each material in your model space gloves to help astronauts complete one of three missions to an asteroid, Earth’s moon, and Mars.