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2020 Summer Camp program

APPLICATION REMINDERS

Thank you for your interest in the C5ISR Center Math and Science Summer Camp. The Application Process and Instruction page for the 2023 season will be available soon. Some important notes to remember:

  • Parents/Guardians using a government computer: VPN slows the system, and often prevents the site from loading. It is strongly recommended that you sign out of VPN or use a different device to apply. Applications are also accessible on any mobile device with internet connectivity.
  • Each camper must be registered separately. Individuals registering multiple students will need to submit a new application for each camper as opposed to the “add camper” feature in previous years.
    • Individuals registering for friends, or non-members of their family, will need to sign out before submitting a new application.
  • Parents/Guardians applying for camp do not need to sign in to Submit or create an account for this application. If the system does prompt you to enter account information, you can hit cancel and continue with the application.
  • Once you have completed and submitted your application, you will receive an automatically generated confirmation email. Depending on your email server and security settings, this email may go to your SPAM folder. If you do not see the email in your inbox, please check your SPAM or Junk mail folder.

As always, applications will be processed on a strict first come – first served basis, with placement preference given to campers whose parent/guardian is a current military member with Active Duty, Reserves or National Guard.

Application will be available on our new website beginning Monday, February 6, 2023 at 10:00AM.

Step-by-step application instructions coming soon.

We look forward to seeing you this summer at the 2023 C5ISR Center Math and Science Summer Camp.

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Introducing the Summer 2023 Themes…

5th and 6th Grade: Up, Up, and Away – Flight and Rocketry
July 24 – July 28

Explore science and the history of flight, from the first attempts to get off the ground to adventures in space. Campers will experiment with the four forces of flight as they learn about aviation technology and build “flying machines” of their own. Campers will engage in hands on experiences in small groups, while understanding the importance of the engineering process.

9th and 10th Grade: GAME THEORY
July 31 – Aug 4

What’s the best hand in poker and why? What is the game theory behind your favorite board game? What are the chances you could beat grandma at Farkle? From possible to probable, come play with us as we explore board games, card games, dice games, and more!

7th and 8th Grade: SUPERHEROES AND SUPERSTARS
Aug 7 – Aug 11

What do Jack Foley, Rube Goldberg, Lizzo, and Captain Marvel have in common? Join us as we explore how STEM connects all aspects of popular culture, from superheroes to superstars and even a few not-so-well-known influencers. Then, debate with your friends: Who would win a battle between Captain America and Batman? Explore the technology behind your favorite superhero as well as the math behind your favorite music.


The DEVCOM C5ISR Center Math and Science Summer Camp is a one-week introductory Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) program providing students with hands-on learning in science and engineering, featuring the development of models to solve real world problems. Campers participate in planning and carrying out investigations, analyzing data, and discussing, explaining, and using evidence for ideas.

The DEVCOM C5ISR Center Math and Science Summer Program enhances your child’s interest in STEM through a fun, hands on approach based on how today’s students learn science. The curriculum for each session revolves around observation, questioning, and designing solutions using engineering and technology. All programs are taught by state-certified teachers.

The DEVCOM C5ISR Center Math and Science Camp is designated as a camp in “good standing” by the license board of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH).

For questions, please reach out to the C5ISR Center Community Outreach Office at usarmy.apg.devcom-c5isr.mbx.c5isr-camp@army.mil.


IMPORTANT: Applications are ONLY available
through 11:55 PM EST on Feb 28, 2022.