Camps, Classes & Activities
2022 Wichita Area SCOPE Summer Camps for Gifted and Siblings
Weeks of June 6 & June 13
Grade 1st - 9th
2022 Rubik's Cube Competition Registration
Goddard is sponsoring a Rubik's Cube competition open to teams of students. Date is May 5, 2022 in Goddard. Click on the Information Flier for specifics and to register!
Sternberg Museum of Science Summer Camps
Informational flier and age breaks for camp sessions
Information flier and age breads for camp sessions
Camps offered by the Sternberg Museum in Hays Kansas. See link above for registration, fees, and application
NAGC: Summer Fun for Creative Kids and Families/July NAGC
Cosmosphere Apollo 13th 50th Anniversary Information and Resources Cosmosphere information www.cosmo.org
Hoagies Gifted Education Page Online High School Courses & Curriculum
A list of online high school classes and curriculum materials.
Hoagies' Gifted Education: Kids Speak Out
Kid's own contribution, from poetry to artwork, from book reviews to photographs. All submissions are from gifted students.
The Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center
Kansas Adventures in Outer Space (KAOS) offers camps for students entering 2nd grade through 12th grade. For 27 years Cosmosphere programs, Kansas Adventure in Outer Space, have instilled, and leadership in our graduates. Former campers have landed positions at NASA, major aircraft companies, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and other science, technology, math, and engineering entities. The current staff takes such accolades seriously and strives each day to live up to our proud position. If you would like more information about all the camps available for each grade level, click the KAOS logo. (Checkout the website for scholarship opportunities)
Directed by Dr. George Thomas, founder of MathPath and Canada/USA MathCamp, is an intellectually rigorous student camp combined with a parent workshop designed to help parents build mathematical and social maturity in the exceptionally and profoundly 8-11 year old gifted child.
Future City Competition
Future City is a national project-based learning experience in which 6th-8th grade students imagine, design, and build cities of the future. Students work as a team with an educator and engineer mentor to plan cities using software; research and write solutions to an engineering problem; build tabletop scale models with recycling materials; and present their ideas before judges at Regional Competition in January.
Over the past 40 years, and in partnership with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, our programs have encouraged nearly two million children, teachers, parents, college students and independent inventors to explore science, technology and their own innate creativity, inventiveness and entrepreneurial spirit.