[Grades 7-12] Rocketry Camps with STEAM Central

June 3-7 in STEAM Central

Rocket blasting off with text: Youth Rocketry Camps

Embark on an Epic Adventure: Rocketry Camp for Beginners and Advanced Rocketeers!

Are you ready to reach for the stars? Join us this summer for an exhilarating journey into the exciting world of rocketry. Whether you're a novice eager to launch your first rocket or a seasoned enthusiast looking to elevate your skills to new heights, our Rocketry Camp has something for everyone.

Beginner Rocketry Program:
Ignite your passion for space exploration in our specially crafted beginner's program. Dive into the fundamentals of rocket science as our expert instructors guide you through hands-on activities, from designing your first model rocket using software to experiencing the thrill of its launch. Explore the principles of aerodynamics, propulsion, and flight dynamics in a fun and supportive environment.

Advanced Rocketry Experience:
Ready to take your rocketry skills to the next level? Our advanced program is designed for enthusiasts seeking a deeper understanding of rocket engineering and experimentation. Work alongside fellow enthusiasts to tackle challenging projects.

Students can expect:
-Expert, guided instruction
-Hands-on rocket building and launching sessions
-Engaging workshops
-Collaborative team goals

🚀 Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to fuel your passion for rocketry and make lifelong memories with like-minded enthusiasts. Whether you're a beginner or seasoned rocketeer, there's a place for you at our Rocketry Camp. Launch into the adventure of a lifetime – reserve your spot today! This program is free, as always.

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This project is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services (Grant # LS-249990-OLS-21 *to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act. (2021)

Rocketry Programs

Rocketry Programs

Perfect for tweens and teens who are interested in rockets, physics, and engineering; click here for more information!