Location: All Cabell County Summer Camps will be held at Marshall University, Science Building Room 207 or the AD Lewis Center as noted below.
Ages: Grades listed include the grade the student will be during the 2024-2025 school year. This page is for middle and highschool students. If your child is in elementary school, please see “Cabell County Elementary Summer Camps“.
Camps are supported through a collaborative network including: West Virginia Science Adventures, National Youth Science Foundation, Marshall University, the Division of Science, Technology, and Research, WV Higher Education Policy Commission, and Project WET.
Camp costs: Elementary focused camps are 1/2 day camps with snacks provided and cost $145/week. Full and half scholarships are available for these camps, please see the scholarship tab for more information.
The other camps are all full day (9:00-4:00) camps with snacks and lunch provided. These camps are possible due to generous support from the National Youth Science Foundation so there is no tuition for these. If you get into one of these camps we will email you and ask for a $25 registration fee due within 2 weeks of the email to hold your child’s seat. If you qualify for a full scholarship (see scholarship tab) your registration fee will be refunded on the last day of the camp if your child attended the entire camp.
During registration for these camps please rank your children’s camp picks (we will try to give top pick, but these are first come/first served so this may not always be possible). Typically we give two full scholarships per child and if there are remaining seats after our May 16th deadline, we may award additional camps.
Registration: Coming Soon!
Camp Registration Opens March!
June 3rd – 7th
The Microbiological Zoo: Bacteria In and Around Us
June 10th – 14th
June 17th – 21st
Builders and Innovators
Calling all aspiring engineers! Join us for an action-packed week at our engineering summer camp. Delve into the dynamic world of engineering as you explore a wide range of fields, from civil and mechanical to electrical and biomedical. Through hands-on projects and engaging workshops, you’ll discover the fundamental principles behind each discipline and gain valuable insights into real-world applications. Whether you’re designing bridges, programming robots, or solving environmental challenges, this camp offers an immersive experience that will ignite your passion for innovation. Get ready to collaborate, problem-solve, and unleash your creativity in an environment where the possibilities are endless. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to dive deep into the exciting realm of engineering
No Huntington camps July 24th – July 5th
July 8th – July 12th
Located at Marshall University!
July 29th – August 2nd
Located at the AD Lewis Center!