School's Out Camps


Spring Break Day Camps
April 10-April 14 | 9am-4pm
Grades K5-4th

Kids in K5 through Grade 4 can join TCMU during spring break to learn about art history and explore different art techniques in this year’s spring break camps at TCMU.

Art-based camp programming includes:

  • Apply different techniques in working with clay
  • Create your own paint and chalk
  • Explore different artists and recreate their artwork
  • Work in teams to create collaborative pieces of art
  • Study famous art pieces from around the world
  • Create take-home 3D creations

$50 for non-members and $45 for members PER DAY.

Save the date: Registration opens March 7 for members, March 14 for non-members

Summer Camps 2017

On sale March 7 to members | March 14 to non-members

Morning Camps are from 9am-12pm for ages Pre-K, completed grades K5-1, and completed grades 2-3.

Afternoon Camps are offered 1pm-4pm only for completed grades K5-3.

Pre-K Campers must be four by the start of camp.

Special Offering: LEGO League Robotics camp for ages 10-14
June 19-23 from 9am-noon

Registration Process

  • Full payment must be made at the time of registration.
  • Emergency medical form must be completed prior to the start of Camp.

Cancellation Policy

  • No refunds are offered for camp cancellations. In the event of a cancellation, funds may be moved to another camp if space is available.


  • $140/member and $160/non-member includes a week of camp and parking!
Children are in for a treat in our Art Camp this summer. Explore various artistic mediums, from painting and drawing to exploring the art of fibers with a special Artist-in-Residence. Students will end the week by setting up an art gallery for parents, grandparents and other family members to see their final masterpieces. Pre-K will focus on the processes of art and creativity.
 Science, technology, engineering, and math come together in a week of engaging LEGO activities. Building with LEGOs helps make STEM concepts become more tangible through engaging, educational experiences. What will you build this week?

Special Offering: LEGO League Robotics: Ages 10 – 14, 9 a.m. – Noon only
Students with an interest in coding and LEGO League Robotics are encouraged to sign up for an entire week of camp to learn the ins and outs of robotics and coding. Work directly with our LEGO League coaches to gain experience in LEGO League and have fun working on a team.

We are diving into the invention processes from Spark!Lab and using engineering design processes to spend the week creating and testing out projects. Along with getting special time in Spark!Lab while it’s closed to the public, campers will learn idea creation techniques to impact learning and skill building.
Explore the world of dinosaurs in this week’s camp. Students will investigate how dinosaurs lived by exploring their diet, habitats, bones, and more. Participate in hands-on activities related to dinosaurs and learn more about these fascinating creatures.
3,2,1… Blastoff! How does an astronaut survive in space? What is it like on other planets? Explore outer space in this camp. Little astronauts will explore the sun, moon, stars and more in this out-of-this-world camp!
Spend the week exploring computer programming skills through interactive and fun projects. Students will have opportunities to work with special robots and computer programs to learn basic programming, problem solving, and more 21st century skills in this interactive coding camp. Pre-K will focus on patterns, following instructions, and using simple robots.
Did you know introducing your children to theatre can also teach them skills based on collaboration, creativity, problem solving, and social development? Students will explore the world of theatre, from improv and scripts to designing props and puppets. This camp is for anyone who loves to imagine, play, make and act. No theatre experience required! Pre-K will focus on imaginary play, puppetry and other age-appropriate drama experiences.
Students will have opportunities to explore our Studio and Animation Station like never before. Create a short stop-motion animation film by working together and creating characters, get a behind-the-scenes look at video editing, and learn more about the impact media has on our everyday lives. Pre-K will focus on storytelling, music integration, and more.

Summer camps are sponsored by Cognizant's Making the Future Program