Summer Camps: Grades 7 – 10

Camp Hours:
9:00AM – 3:30PM
Drop-off 8:30AM – 9:00AM
Pick-up 3:30PM – 4:00PM

Cost of Camp:
 Members

$295/camp
Non-members
$325/camp

Extended Camp Hours:
3:30PM – 5:30PM

Cost of Extended Camp:
$50/week


Aero Lab
(Jun 15 – Jun 19; Jul 13 – Jul 17)

  • Future aerospace engineers gain an in-depth understanding of the principles of flight through 3D modeling and experimentation.
  • Students design an airfoil using computer-aided drafting software and construct their design using a 3D printer, test their airfoil design in a wind tunnel to determine lift and drag, design and build a custom rubber-band powered balsa plane, learn aerial navigation using virtual flight simulators, and compete in paper airplane challenges.
  • Students take a field trip to a local aerospace company to learn about careers in aerospace.

Advanced Intergalactic Science
(Jul 27 – Jul 31)

  • Future astronomers and rocketeers explore our solar system and the universe with SPOC, our portable planetarium.
  • Students create their own script to be shown in SPOC, learn how astrochemists use chemistry to study stellar objects, view the Sun through a solar telescope and learn about the life cycle of stars, use mathematics to construct a scale model of our solar system, explore the history of planetary exploration, plan a mission to another planet, learn the fundamentals of rocketry, construct and launch an advanced single stage rocket.
  • Students take a field trip to the UTD Center for Space Sciences and learn about the Center’s cutting edge research from real rocket scientists.

S.T.E.M.
(Jun 22 – Jun 26)

  • Future scientists, techies, engineers, and mathematicians will all have the chance to explore their potentials by taking an in-depth look at career paths in each STEM category.
  • Students will discover many different occupations, speak with STEM professionals, and participate in multiple exciting and engaging hands-on activities including: learning about lasers and other sources of energy, dissecting and exploring electronic components, building and collaborating plans for a suborbital space station, and analyzing conditions on various planets.
  • Students take a field trip to local STEM companies to see firsthand the wide variety of careers that STEM has to offer.

Location:
Frontiers of Flight Museum
6911 Lemmon Avenue, Dallas Texas

For more information contact us by
email or phone
214 699 4619

CANCELLATION/REFUNDS

All sales are final. Goods purchased on the Site are non-refundable and non-transferable. Notwithstanding the above, the Museum will make every effort, but no guarantee, to accommodate Client requested program rescheduling at no penalty to the Client.


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