STEAM Camp for Girls 2020
Is your daughter interested in technology and design? Then this is her chance to tinker and test, measure and model, design, and discover!
STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. STEAM takes it one discipline further, adding an A for arts. Art and Design are key elements driving the innovation wave of the 21st Century. STEAM’s educational approach to learning will help our students meet the needs of our present and future economy.Holton is pleased to offer the fifth annual STEAM Camp for Girls. Holton’s two-week STEAM Camp focuses on creativity, design, collaborative problem-solving, critical thinking, risk-taking, and perseverance by integrating Art and Design throughout our curriculum. Using project-based learning, STEAM campers can look forward to fun-filled hands-on activities that bring the science to life, and field trips that explore how science impacts the world they live in!
Working with Holton faculty, campers will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in STEAM in a safe, enjoyable, and stimulating environment.
Date: June 22 – July 2, 2020
Ages: Rising grades 6, 7, and 8
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: $800.00: Lunch, snacks, and supplies included.
Extended Day from 4-6 p.m. is available.
Questions? Contact the Special Programs office, 301-365-6003.
2020 Health Forms
The Holton-Arms STEAM Camp adheres to all health guidelines and requirements set forth by the Maryland Department of Health and the Montgomery County Health Department. In accordance with health department policies, we must have the proper health forms on file for each camper. Please review the Health Forms below to determine which forms, if any, are necessary for your camper.
- Immunization Certificate/MDH Form 896 is required if the camper resides outside the US or is exempt from immunization.
- Medication Administration Authorization is needed if camper requires daily or emergency medication at camp.
- Over-the-Counter Medication Authorization (optional) authorizes our Camp Nurse to administer OTC medications as needed.
All health forms must be returned to the Special Programs office by Thursday, April 30, 2020.