Summer Camps

Camps
 
Camps
 
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FEBRUARY 25
Registration opens for Members
 
MARCH 2
Registration opens for general public
 
APRIL 30
Early bird registration ends
 
Registration opens at 8:30 a.m.
Call (206) 443-2925 for questions and more information.


2015 Camp Guide

Follow the links below for summer camp offerings available by grade for your child. Please note: Camp grade levels are based on the grade your child will be entering in the 2015-2016 school year.
 


Camp Locations

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Registration & Pricing

All registrations must be made online with Visa or MasterCard payment.

  • Total payment can be made when you register; otherwise, a $100 non-refundable deposit per camp is required at registration, with the balance due by April 30.
  • All registrations made after April 30 require full payment at registration.
  • A note for registering multiple children: you must register one child at a time. Once you have completed registration for your first child, you will see the "add another camper" button allowing you to choose camps for a second child.

For camp pricing, find the camp and week number offered that you wish to register for in the SUMMER CAMP CALENDAR and match the capitalized letter in the "price" column to the PRICING GUIDE.

For questions regarding registration, call (206) 443-2925.

CANCELLATION POLICY: Requests for withdrawal from camp must be received at least two weeks before camp start date. For week-long camps a $100 processing fee will be retained per camp. For two-day camps 50% of the registration cost will be retained. No refunds will be given within two weeks of the camp start date.

TRANSFER POLICY: To transfer sessions, call (206) 443-2925. There will be $20 processing fee per transfer. This excludes transfers resulting from openings on our camp waiting list, which are free of charge. Requests for transfers must be made at least one week prior to camp start date. 

Code of Conduct

Pacific Science Center is committed to providing a welcoming, safe and fun environment for all campers. Proper supervision and appropriate behavior are key components to a successful camp experience. In an effort to provide all campers with a safe and fun atmosphere, it is important that all campers exhibit respect for themselves, fellow campers, staff and the camp environment at all times.
 
Every camp session, camp staff and campers review and discuss procedures, structure and behavior expectations. Camps are asked to be respectful of other campers, staff and materials. Inappropriate, disruptive and/or violent behavior will not be tolerated. Examples of inappropriate behavior include, but are not limited to: fighting, name-calling, foul language, arguing, bullying, leaving the group or possessing weapons.
 
Minor behavioral problems will be addressed by camp staff. If behavior issues persist, parents or guardians will be contacted to work towards a resolution. If a camper's behavior continues to disrupt the camp or endangers the physical or emotional safety of themselves or others, Pacific Science Center reserves the right to cancel that individual's camp enrollment for a day or more with no refund.