The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics is offering four unique summer camps this year designed to spark students' interests in space science, engineering, aeronautics and the arts.
"Take Flight: an FPV Drone Racing Camp" will be held June 21 and 22 and is open to incoming eighth and ninth grade students. During the two-day non-residential camp, students will learn to build, fly and race FPV drones. The cost of the camp is $250 and includes lunch, snacks and camp materials.
"Blast Off: an Exomedicine Camp" will be held June 24-29. The five-day residential camp is open to students who will enter ninth or tenth grade in the fall. Campers will learn about the field of exomedicine and will compete in groups to create an experiment to be built and launched to the International Space Station. The cost of the camp is $500 and includes housing, meals and snacks, camp activities and materials.
"SpaceTrek 2018" is a girls-only camp for students entering ninth or tenth grade in the fall. The camp will be held July 6-14 and will engage girls in space science and engineering-related activities. The cost of the nine-day residential camp is $500 and includes housing, meals and snacks, activities and camp materials.
"The Final Cut: A Filmmaker's Boot Camp" will be held July 8-14 and is open to students entering the tenth grade in the fall. Campers will learn about digital media and documentary film making, and will work to write, direct and shoot a short documentary film. The cost of the camp is $600 and includes housing, meals and snacks, activities and camp materials.
For more information about the camps, visit: http://www.moreheadstate.edu/craft-academy/summer
Online registration for the summer camps is closed, but space is still available in all camps. To register contact Sunshine Stamper at email@example.com.