Lehigh Valley campus announces 2014 summer youth camps

March 25, 2014

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – Penn State Lehigh Valley is offering two-week, half-day youth camps from July 14-25. Camps are available in writing, visual arts, engineering, math and swimming 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 arts camps include drawing, painting and sculpture. Writing camps explore a variety of topics including drama, sports, comedy 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.

  • 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
  • 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
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Last Updated March 25, 2014