Real science and real fun…
here at the Challenger Learning Center of RCSD1!
Challenger Learning Center will NOT be hosting camps this summer.
Explanation of Summer Camp Deposits:
A $50 deposit is required to reserve your child’s summer camp registration.
This deposit is applied toward the summer camp fee.
For example, if the summer camp fee is $75, you will need to pay $50 to reserve your child’s spot. Your remaining balance would be $25.
Camps have limited enrollment! Register early to get the camp you want!
If you complete online registration, you will also need to complete a
2020 Summer Camp PERMISSION FORM.
You can either send in now,
or we will have a copy for you to sign on the first day of camp.
To download the Summer Camp 2020 Flyer, click 2020 Summer Camp FLYER. To download the Summer Camp 2020 Registration Form, click 2020 Summer Camp REGISTRATION.
All campers should bring a bag lunch and a drink for all camps!
All campers receive a Challenger t-shirt!
All camps run from 9:00am to 1:00pm.
Family Fun Rocket Camp!
Parents, don’t let your kids have all the fun! Attend camp with your child!
Build and launch a rocket!
If no one in your group has built a model rocket before,
please sign up for Intro.
If anyone in your group has built a model rocket before,
you may sign up for Intro or Advanced.
August 14, 2020
2020 Family Fun Day ONLINE Registration HERE
To download the Family Fun Camp Registration Form, click
2020 Family Fun Day REGISTRATION
Scroll down for descriptions of camps.
As an astronaut preparing for your mission, you will explore robotics, rocketry and aviation as you prepare for your first mission! Campers will fly a Space Mission, visit the e-Planetarium, and fly planes with our simulators. Campers will keep the robot they assemble and the rocket they construct. (Campers will also learn how to program EV3 robots, but they will not be allowed to keep the EV3 robots.)
Be a rocket scientist! Learn the basic skills of rocketry (measuring, cutting, simple gluing, and launching) in Intro and more skills (advanced gluing, finishing techniques, and Newton’s Laws) in Advanced. Campers will keep the rockets they construct. Campers are encouraged to bring sunglasses to wear during rocket launches.
***Campers must attend Intro in order to attend Advanced.***
Build a robot to keep every day! All camps will also work with Mindstorm EV3 robots. (Students will not be allowed to keep the robots constructed with the Mindstorm kits.)
Learn about careers in the aviation industry and the basics of flight. These camp focus on how to fly through simulation. Students will also get an opportunity to learn about the history of flight, airplane structural designs and basic flight maneuvers. For students who would like to earn their Private Pilot Certificate, our Advanced Aviation camps include seminars on topics tested on the FAA’s Private Pilot Knowledge Exam.
***Campers must attend Advanced in order to attend
Fixed or Rotary Wing camp.***
Campers will learn how to fly a drone safely and ethically. After learning about the principles of flight, campers will learn drone flight maneuvers and participate in flight control and accuracy challenges. The Advanced Drone camp also includes seminars on topics tested on the FAA’s Remote Pilot Certification Exam to prepare students for the exam. At the conclusion of camp, campers will keep the drone they built.