Geek Week

Ages 10-17

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Our Activities

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Daily Schedule

Mealtimes

8:00-8:30 Breakfast

12:30-1:00 Lunch

6:00-6:30 Dinner

Sunday

1:00pm – 3:00pm Camper Arrival & Check-In

3:15pm Blast Off Camper Orientation

3:30pm Move In

4:00pm Mock Schedules

6:00pm Welcome BBQ Dinner

7:30pm Opening Campfire

8:45pm Dorm Talks

9:30pm Lights Out

Monday

7:00am Rise & Shine

8:00am Breakfast

9:00am Group Bonding

12:30pm Lunch

1:00pm Siesta Time

2:00pm Elective Activity #1

3:45pm Elective Activity #2

5:15pm Shower Time

6:00pm Dinner

6:30pm Rec Time

7:30pm Super Science Night

9:00pm AstroPhotography

10:00pm Lights Out

Tuesday

7:00am Rise & Shine

8:00am Breakfast

9:00am Activity #1

10:45am Activity #2

12:30pm Lunch

1:00pm Siesta Time

2:00pm Activity #3

3:45pm Activity #4

5:15pm Shower Time

6:00pm Dinner

6:30pm Rec Time

7:15pm Fantasy Elective Night

8:30pm Camper Campfire

10:00pm Lights Out

Wednesday

7:00am Rise & Shine

8:00am Breakfast

9:00am Activity #1

10:45am Activity #2

12:30pm Lunch

1:00pm Siesta Time

2:00pm Activity #3

3:45pm Activity #4

5:15pm Shower Time

6:00pm Dinner

6:30pm Rec Time

7:15pm SciFi Elective Night

8:30pm S’mores & Stars (optional campout)

10:00pm Lights Out

Thursday

7:00am Rise & Shine

8:00am Breakfast

9:00am Electives

10:45am Electives

12:30pm Lunch

1:00pm Siesta Time

2:00pm AstroCamp Renaissance Fair (ARF)

5:15pm Shower Time

6:00pm Dinner

6:30pm Rec Time

7:30pm ASTROCON

9:30pm Lights Out

Friday

7:00am Rise & Shine

8:00am Breakfast

9:00am Activity #1

10:45am Activity #2

12:30pm Lunch

1:00pm Siesta Time

2:00pm Activity #3

3:45pm Activity #4

5:15pm Shower Time

6:00pm Dinner

6:30pm Rec Time

7:30pm FINAL NIGHT EXTRAVAGANZA!

Ice Cream Social, Closing Campfire, Session Slideshow, Cabin Debriefs

10:00pm Lights Out

Saturday

7:00am Rise & Shine

8:00am Breakfast

8:30am Room Clean Up

9:00am – 11:00am Camper Pick Up

SEE YOU NEXT SUMMER!

Discover. Explore. Play.

Campers will experience a summer of a lifetime with innovative learning opportunities, build connections with campers with similar interests, gain confidence through “challenge by choice”, and most importantly get to be a kid!

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State-of-the-art Facilities

Our summer camp facility features a beautiful mountain campus with labs that offer special equipment for exploring physical science, earth science, and astronomy. 

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Dedicated Staff

Our AstroCamp summer team is a collection of highly trained, passionate, and caring individuals with a passion for science and the outdoors. Each member brings a unique background to enhance our program and the camper's summer experience. 

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Explore Our Housing

Our dormitory-style housing features rooms with 2-3 bunk beds, private bathrooms, and shower stalls. Campers are placed into cabin groups of 8-10 campers per counselor. Cabin group placement is a meticulous and well-thought-out process to ensure that we take every camper's needs and interests into account.

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My son and daughter both had a great time in week one and came back energized. But the real noticeable change was in my son after Geek Week. He has honestly been a different person. Happy, confident, mature. After the year + of isolation, we had gotten used to him moping and growling around the house. We haven’t seen that person since Geek Week.

Frequently Asked Questions

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How is Geek Week different than the one-week sessions? 

Geek Week is a specialty session that focuses more on the popular creative-based activities rather than the science activities that the one-weeks have.  There will still be some science-based exposure like our Super Science Night and space night opportunities however that will not be the primary focus of the program. Geek Week also allows for more camper-directed activities as they will give their preferences for the four core activities prior to camp.

Can I call my child at camp? Can my child call home?

We request that you call your child only in the case of an emergency at 951.659.6062. We strongly believe in the benefits of campers and parents disconnecting from each other, other than letters. Incoming parent phone calls can be a challenge because campers are busy in the program from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Campers are only allowed to call home with the knowledge and consent of the Summer Camp Director.

Do you have many menu options for picky eaters?

At every meal, in addition to the main entrée served, campers have the following “other options”: Breakfast: cold cereal, fruit, yogurt, toast, and bagels; Lunch: peanut butter & jelly, deli meat, soup selection, salad bar; Dinner: salad bar. For more detailed information, please visit the “Dining” section of our website.

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