Frequently Asked Questions


Camp Programming

Each year our camp instructors develop an entirely new curriculum for our campers based on guidelines. Due to this we cannot provide an exact description of camp curriculum, however, a general guideline with learning objectives can be found by clicking on "More info" from the table at the bottom of this page

The grade listed is the grade the camper will be entering in the fall.

We don’t recommend this be done. Campers often find that our STEM camps are fun and engaging.

A & B Weeks

Yes. You do not need to attend both.

Nope! They’re equally fun and equally full of science & engineering.


There are a lot of kids who love science and engineering and want to come to camp!

If you want to sign up for a camp that is full, you are welcome to register for the waitlist instead. If someone in the camp cancels, the first family on the list will be contacted and offered the spot. If they decline it, it will proceed down the list until the spot is filled.

Nope! It’s free to be on the waitlist – we don’t ask for registration fees until a spot is available.

We are limited by our classroom space, so it is unlikely that we will open up any new spots or any new camps, but you never know!

Bursaries & Scholarships

Bursaries are handed out on an ongoing bases through the registration period, however, since our camps fill up very quickly, we recommend that you apply as soon as possible!For more information bursaries please visit our Bursary page.

If you are able to register for camp before you receive the bursary, we encourage you to do so, in order to secure the spot. However, if you are unable to register before the bursary, we do save one spot per camp for bursary students, so it is possible to get them into a camp that is already waitlisted.

As soon as a spot opens up, you will be able to use your bursary.