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What are the dates and times for Super Science Summer Camp?

Camp sessions are one or two weeks in duration and camp sessions are offered based on location between June and August. All sessions are from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. depending on the camp location.

You can find the specific times and dates by clicking on the location you’d like in the menu above.  Each week has a theme and most themes repeat to give your camper the opportunity to pick one that they are most interested in.

Where are the Summer Camp sessions held? (Locations Change each year)

Norris Community Center of Naples, 755 8th Ave S, Naples, FL 34102

The Village School of Naples, 6000 Goodlette-Frank Rd, Naples, FL 34109

The Mound House, 451 Connecticut St, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931

Fleischmann Park, 1600 Fleischmann Blvd, Naples, FL 34102

Lowdermilk Park, 1301 Gulf Shore Blvd N, Naples, FL 34102

Four Freedoms Park of Cape Coral, 4818 Tarpon Ct, Cape Coral, FL 33904

Ave Maria North Park, Indoor facility, Ave Maria, FL 34142

Pick-up and drop-off for these camps will be in the classroom chosen for each location.

How do participants get to and from camp?

Participants must provide their own transportation to and from camp.

In the situation your child partakes in specialty camps in Naples, there is the potential for drop off, pick up and extended care. Call Fleischmann Park for more information.

All camper and Young Teachers Assistance must be accompanied by an adult to and from camp.  And the adult must sign the camper in and out of camp each day.

There is a supervised drop-off and pick-up area for campers in the classroom of the camp facility with authorized adults.

Exact drop-off and pick-up location will be included in informational material sent to parents one week before camp sessions begin.


What are the age limits?

Camps are offered for young children entering Kindergarten through 5th grade in the upcoming Fall. Camps are not designed for children under five.

The camper’s grade must fall between the listed range in order to participate in the camp.

If special accommodations should be considered, please contact registration staff prior to registration day.

Students ages 12 and above are eligible to apply for a volunteer position as a Youth Teaching Assistant (YTA).

When can I drop-off and pick-up my camper?

Supervised drop-off begins at 9:00 a.m. in their classrooms. It is your responsibility to escort the camper to their room. Pick-up is promptly at 4:00 p.m.

Campers who have not been picked-up by 4:15 p.m. will be charged a late fee of $15 every subsequent 15 minute period.

What should my child wear?

Wear comfortable appropriate clothing and closed toed shoes appropriate for craft activities, playing outside and walking long distances.

We make a mess so wear clothes you don’t mind getting paint, mud or slime on.

Some activities will be outside so please apply sunscreen before camp and bring an umbrella/additional sunscreen when necessary.

What about lunches and snacks?

Full-day campers must provide their own food. Please bring a lunch, water bottle and additional, at least two, snacks each day for your camper.

We do not have access to vending machines, refrigerators, or microwaves.

The location of where we eat lunch varies depending upon weather and circumstances.

Please provide us with allergy information about your camper when you sign up.

What if my child needs medication during the day?

If your camper needs any medication throughout the week, please give it to one of the camp staff at the check in on the first day of camp.

REMEMBER camp staff is not allowed to dispense medication; all medication must be self-administered.

If a student needs to administer medication, a parents or guardian must return to camp to administer their campers medication.

Who teaches the Super Science summer camps?

An experienced instructor leads each summer camp session and is often assisted by two volunteers.

All of our instructors have experience, enthusiasm and completed full background checks federal and local clearances as required by us and the state.

Can my family view the work my child has done during camp?

Families and friends are welcome to attend the Open House Fridays to view your child’s gallery or performance. You will receive a notice or invitation with details from your camper.

The open house is held 1 hour before pick up on the last day of camp.  Adult attendance is not required.  If you cannot make it, we understand.

Can I use the cost of my camps as an expense toward my child and dependent care credit on my taxes?

Per IRS guidelines, the cost of day camp may count as an expense toward child and dependent care credit. For those who qualify, a receipt can be issued in the name of the camp buyer that paid/registered for summer camp.

What is the cancellation/refund policy?

A 75% refund will be issued if a request is received in writing (by email or U.S. Mail) at least two weeks before the start of the camp(s) for which you are registered.

No refunds or changes will be made thereafter. Camps are nontransferable. No refunds by phone.

What is your inclusion policy?

Super Science Summer Camp is committed to serving children of different abilities and creating a welcoming environment for all campers.

Please contact us prior to enrollment if your child requires individualized medical, behavioral, or social support to ensure a successful experience at Super Science Summer Camp.

In order to best serve each camper, please also list all physical, cognitive, medical, emotional, learning needs or anything else you would like us to know in your application materials.

What is expected of campers while attending camp?

We have two rules in camp. Respect and Responsibility.  We cover the rules and whats is expected day one of each camp.

We have a zero tolerance policy for aggressive behavior and language.  This means if a child is potentially a danger to themselves or others the camp instructor will call a parent or guardian to pick them up immediately.

For minor behavioral situations the camp instructor will ask the campers to write a redirect report or draw a picture to explain the situation.  The camper will present their report to their parent or guardian at the end of the day to discuss how the camper can work to improve the next day.

How much is each week of camp?

The pricing structure is determined by the location.  Camp tuition can range from $190 to $250 per week.

There are generally no sibling discounts or bulk pricing, except in disadvantaged communities and when the cost of running is offset by a community or HOA.

There are scholarships available to anyone who applies.  There are no restrictions but we select our scholarship recipients based on financial need, date of submission, and campers level of interest in the specific themes.

Scholarship application is linked in the blue bar at the top of the screen.

What is the Youth Teachers Assistant (YTA) Program?

This is a leadership program for students going into 6th grade and above.  It is a lot of responsibility and a lot of fun.

YTA attend camp for free for the full week & they can earn over 35 volunteer hours in a week.

They are also expected to assume the role of a camp counselor in charge of adding to each campers camp experience, assisting the Lead instructor, help with cleaning, and enthusiastically participate in activities and games.

YTA applications is linked in the blue bar at the top of the screen.