Summer Camps 2017

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Our mission is to make science fun! We combine hands-on experiments with crazy "fractured fairytales" to capture your child's attention and imagination and stimulate their creative thinking. We developed this teaching method over twenty years ago, and kids just love it! We don't tell the kids how the experiment is supposed to turn out, so they get to have the "Wow!" experience that comes from discovering something new and unexpected, like real scientists.

Check out this Video of the fun things kids get to do at our camps!

2017 Summer Camp Dates

Lightning Bolt Dragons! -- June 19 - 23 OR July 17 - 21
Rocket-Powered Elephants! -- June 26 - 30 OR July 24 - 28
Volcanoes Blowing Bubbles! -- July 3, 5, 6, 7 (4 days, mornings only) OR July 31 – Aug 4
Burping Sea Serpents! -- July 10 – 14 OR Aug 7 - 11

General Camp Information

Times: All camps are half-day Mon-Fri, Mornings from 9:00-12:00 OR Afternoons from 1:30-4:30. Each camp is offered four times during the summer.

Age Group: The age group for all camps is 6 - 11.

Group Size: Maximum students per camp is 24. For most of the experiments they will be split randomly into two groups.

Location: Programs are held in our laboratory classroom at Rock-It Science, 2110 Walsh Ave., Ste. F., Santa Clara, CA 95050. See Map & Directions.

Camp Cost:

$240 per camp
Week of July 3rd (4 days, mornings only) $192 per camp
There are no multiple discounts or family discounts.

Tuition is not refundable unless another paying student can replace your child. If your child is unable to attend the camp you signed up for, you may switch to a different camp if an opening is available. No change requests will be processed the week prior to camp. We only refund tuition if Rock-it Science cancels a camp.


Registration is online only-- no phone registration. How to Register

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Some camp sessions may be filmed for training or promotional purposes. Parents, siblings, and visitors in camera range may also be filmed.