Investigate what is going on behind the scenes of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math while learning more about Chatham Hall. Our Science Camp develops 21st-century skills in girls aged 10-14.
Science campers will learn the why behind the what and the how. You will engage in building and programming electronic devices and learn how to code them using various sensors. You will explore the physics behind how these circuits and sensors work.
There will be creative sessions in Chatham Hall's Makerspace that could include 3-D printing, laser engraving, and casting with various materials and processes. Campers will investigate the chemical and physical reactions that take place when using these various materials and processes. During the week, campers will investigate many areas of the scientific and technological world as they learn to create and have fun.
During their stay at Chatham Hall, campers reside in air-conditioned dorms supervised by an adult faculty member and high school- or college-aged counselors. In the evenings, campers are able to participate in fun camp games and activities, including tie dying, s’mores making, water balloon fun, and bingo. You also get a feel for what boarding school life is really like.
No prior experience is required to be a part of this camp, only an open mind and a thirst for knowledge. Come learn with us!