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Great Science Camps and Classes

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Academic Level:
K-8 Students
High School Students

Discover the Scientist in You!

To know science, you need to do science. And the best place to do science is at Great Lake Science Center! Get your hands messy with family science experiments, analyze fingerprints to solve a “crime,” build a robot using the latest LEGO NXT technology, explore the night sky, earn a Scout badge or spend the night among your favorite exhibits! Every season, we offer a variety of camps and classes for kids of all ages.

Also, we’ve got great news! Our camp program officially earned accreditation from the American Camp Association! This means that we have recently met and exceeded more than 300 different standards related to safety, program operation, staff training and more. We are now the only Science Center day camp in the country that is ACA accredited!

Family science programs, LEGO workshops, late-night family fun events and more!

Looking for something fun to do over Winter Break? Our popular day camps educate and entertain kids in grades K – 8.

Spring Break Camps 2014

Select one day or an entire week of camp for spring break! Our camps include themed-activities ranging from building a robot to learning how to make candy!

Great Lakes Science Center hosts week-long Summer Camps for kids in grades K – 8, plus preschool and high school camps in a variety of locations throughout Northeast Ohio!

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Great Lakes Science Center

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Page last updated 1/21/2017
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