JUST THE WAY YOU WANT IT
You’ve found it! The perfect Summer Camp for kids who love Computers and Technology. For over 40 years Emagination has delivered an innovative tech education that merges seamlessly with an awesome summer camp experience. We offer a huge variety of STEM courses, and give kids and teens the ability to customize camp sessions to satisfy their unique interests and goals. Daily recreation, special events, social activities, and traditional camp fun make Emagination STEM Camps a summer experience like no other!
Select 4 Tech Courses for each 2-week session
When not in the classroom, campers have a blast in a variety of organized recreation and social activities like field games, traditional camp games, video game competitions, Dungeons & Dragons club, movie nights, live action role playing, and much more.
Getting unplugged means time to relax, explore, have fun and build friendships. The friends you make at summer camp will often last a lifetime. Learn More >
CAMPERS GROW WITH EMAGINATION
Our campers often return year after year to continue with a program of education, or to learn something brand new. They progress from “Junior Camper'' to “Senior Camper” to the final step (and rite of passage for many) when they are invited to be an Emagination “Teen Leader” and have completed the Teen Leadership Program.
PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE CAMPERS
(3rd - 8th Grade)
Junior Campers are the biggest group at camp. We offer a selection of tech courses well-suited for young campers, with increasingly challenging programs to develop skills as campers grow.
HIGH SCHOOL AGE CAMPERS
(9th - 12th Grade)
Senior Campers enjoy perks that include more independence, free time, and special activities. The Senior Lounge is a favorite spot to spend time with friends & meet up with peers for Senior Movie Night.
TEEN LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
10th GRADE & OLDER
Select returning Senior Campers are invited to explore their leadership potential as Program Assistants in our Teen Leadership Program. PAs practice leadership and life skills in a designated workshop then implement those skills at camp while serving as a role model to younger campers.