Summer Science Camp

Monday, June 17, 2019 to Thursday, June 20, 2019

Join us for four days of science fun!

Camp Dates:
June 17 – 20, 2019
12:30 – 5:30 p.m. Mon. – Wed.
12:30 – 7 p.m. Thursday
Thursday will include a picnic supper for campers and their families and an awards ceremony.

Open to students who have finished grades 6–8.

Planned Activities:

  • Mentos cars
  • Chemistry of art
  • Amazing cells
  • Spider biology
  • Paths, circuits, and graph theory
  • Blowing things up!
  • And much more!
  • Math plus chemistry, physics, and biology experiments


$150 for the first child in each family ($120 for each additional child)

Registration deadline:
May 24, 2019. Register online using the form below.

Cast of Characters
Camp Director

Chad Heins has always been interested in animals. As a child he came home from summer camp with muddy shoes and pockets full of toads. His love of nature and wildlife led him to study all sorts of creatures and now he gets to teach others about God’s awesome creation!

Camp Administrator

Glenda Bossow received a chemistry set as a Christmas gift when she was five. She’s been blowing things up ever since, usually on purpose, but now she knows why they blow up. She spends many hours in the lab each week, helping chemistry students learn why, too.

Camp Instructors

Doyle Holbird is mainly interested in cellular things. No, not cell phones…animal cells, plant cells and bacterial cells are the things he is interested in. How the body and its tiny little parts work are what is amazing to him.

Eric Woller has a Ph.D. in organic chemistry. Ever since he was young he has been fascinated with science, especially chemistry. He has a strong interest in biochemistry and how the chemistry of living things works. In addition, he enjoys combining art and science together. He’s also not opposed to making a few explosions.

Nick Ollrich is an educator and professional engineer. He has always been interested in learning how things work. He can be found designing, building, and breaking things, for engineering purposes of course.

Brittany Espinoza has been doing math since before she could read. Whether it was taking apart and reassembling her Big Wheel as a toddler or writing quilting and knitting patterns as an adult, she has always enjoyed the mathematics and problem solving that accompanies everyday life!