NOVA Camp: Health & Human Anatomy Strengthens Minds and Muscles
All of Keystone Science School NOVA Day Camps (ages 11 -13) incorporate leadership and specific skills creating a unique week for each camper. NOVA Camp: Health and Human Anatomy, June 17th-21st, is a perfect combination of Science Adventure, and FUN! Throughout the week, campers will learn about the human body along with the lifelong skill of First Aid and CPR taught by KSS Camp Director, Seth Oglesby.
Adventure Day Camp Hiking Adventure Week Teaches Outdoor Skills and Leave No Trace
Keystone Science School’s Adventure Day Camps (ages 7-10) are an activity-specific day camp offering campers with a unique experience going in depth within a specific outdoor skill. Due to the nature of the curriculum, campers sign-up for the entire week giving them the opportunity to create stronger friendships with the same campers they’ll be adventuring with all week long.
Meet the Summer CATCH Camp Staff
Our Summer CATCH Camp is a community program in collaboration with the Summit School District. It’s open to all incoming 1st-6th graders within the school district and has three unique sessions available on a sliding fee scale. The program starts and ends at Silverthorne Elementary and transportation to activities, breakfast, lunch, and a healthy snack are provided each day. Throughout the summer, students will participate in a variety of outdoor activities, learn about the importance of physical activity and nutrition, spend time reading, and doing many other fun, educational activities.
Our Summer CATCH Camp staff is dedicated to making the summer a fun and healthy one.
Meet the Summer Expedition Staff
Our summer expeditions are designed to teach middle and high schoolers leadership and outdoor skills. Students will spend a week or more on a field-based adventure learning how to navigate in a place they’ve never been, cook in the wilderness, and make decisions as a group all while rock climbing, backpacking, rafting, and more!
Our expedition staff couldn’t be more prepared or excited to lead students on adventures through Colorado and Utah’s National Parks, monuments, and most scenic areas. Students will gain outdoor skills, confidence, and appreciation for the natural world.