We are featuring yet another almost free camp. The New York City Board of Education is teaming up with Environmental Study Center and STEM Matters NYC to provide 17–yes 17!–new science based summer camps held throughout the city.
The camps are broken down by age and subject matter. Pre-k students work with seeds and plants while their elementary counterparts see seeds all the way to the table. Middle schoolers, still working with plants, venture into the cool world of hydroponics. High school students successfully completing a summer program can earn up to four SUNY College credits.
At least five of the camps will be held in Brooklyn at The Environmental Study Center (7151 Avenue T).
The best part, registration is only $20. First come, first served. Enroll right away!
If you are interested in science related camps but the Board of Education sponsored camp you hoped for is full, check out our list of science camps.
Image via the Department of Education website.