Indiana Academy Summer Camps
This summer camp is open to students in grades 5th-9th* and meets daily Monday, June 21 thru Friday, June 25 from 9 a.m.- Noon with options for online or in-person.
*Please note: This is the grade the student was in for the 2020-21 school year.
Assistant Teaching Professor of Mathematics at the Indiana Academy, Dr. Michael Niemeier, will be leading this hands-on and interactive camp. Students will use the design thinking process that includes making prototypes to create a solution that answers this question: What will it take to live on Mars?
This program is made possible in part thanks to a partnership with NASA Glenn.
Cost of Camp
Online Cost: June 21-25 from 9 a.m – Noon
- $80 per child (Increases to $120 per child for registrations made after June 4th)
- We will provide a list of low-cost supplies required for the online camp.
- Optional: For an additional $10 per child, a kit of supplies can be picked up at the Indiana Academy located on the campus of Ball State University. Or for an additional $20 per child, the kit of supplies can be shipped to addresses within Indiana.
In-Person Cost: June 21-25 from 9 a.m – Noon
- $100 per child (Increases to $140 per child for registration made after June 4th)
- All supplies included
A limited number of scholarships that reduce the cost of the camp are available for students eligible for free and reduced lunch. Contact outreach before June 1st, 2021 for more information about how to apply for a scholarship.
Register now to reserve your spot and pay later!
After signing up for an RSVP through Eventbrite, you will be sent an invoice for the amount you owe. Registrations close on June 16th at 5 p.m.