Lehigh Valley offers creative and academic summer youth camps

March 26, 2013

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – Penn State Lehigh Valley is offering two-week, half-day youth camps from July 8-19. Camps are available in writing, visual arts, math and engineering and are geared toward students entering grades one through 12. Camps are offered in the morning (9 a.m.-noon) or the afternoon (1-4 p.m.).

Engineering camps include robotics and rocketry. Visual art camps include drawing, painting and sculpture. Writing camps explore a variety of topics including drama, mystery, and high school writers workshop. Each camp is designed and taught by Penn State Lehigh Valley faculty and/or Lehigh Valley Writing Project Fellows.

Penn State Lehigh Valley staff will be on-hand if parents require early drop-off, lunch time and late pick-up.

For more information about camp options, costs, and registration, visit www.sycroar.org, or email sycroar@psu.edu.

  • A camper creates art during a 2012 Summer Youth Camp at Penn State Lehigh Valley.

    Summer Youth Camps at Penn State Lehigh Valley include camps for creative art.

    IMAGE: Kate Morgan
  • A youth camper displays the artwork made during her camp.

    A former camper displays the artwork she created during her two-week camp at Lehigh Valley.

    IMAGE: Kate Morgan
  • Professor Hal Scholz helps a camper set up his rocket for take-off

    Professor Hal Scholz helped a camper set up his rocket for take-off.

    IMAGE: Nancy Scholz
  • A rocket made by a youth camper lifts off at Penn State Lehigh Valley


    IMAGE: Nancy Scholz
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Last Updated March 27, 2013