Engineering For Kids of Indianapolis Change Location Register Now

Camps

Camps at Engineering For Kids of Indianapolis

The Fun, Educational Camp Your Child Is Bound to Enjoy!

Geist Montessori Academy Camps

6058 W 900 N, McCordsville, IN 46055

Juniors: Ages 4.5-7

Apprentice: Ages 8-13

Camps will begin May 26, 2020! Registration opens soon!!

Click your child's age below to see the full schedule and register!

Junior Camps Apprentice Camps

Signup for a full day and EFK will supervise the break at no extra cost. Just send snacks and a sack lunch for your engineer!!

Early Bird Special!!
(Expires March 13, 2020)

You can save up to $50 each week when you register for both morning and afternoon camps!! Discounts automatically apply.

Orchard School Camps

615 W 64th St. Indianapolis IN 46260

Register Here
Juniors: Grades K-2
Apprentice: Grades 3-6

June 1-5 & June 29-July 3

Sycamore School Camps

1750 W 64th St. Indianapolis IN 46260

Juniors: Grades K-2
Apprentice: Grades 3-6

June 8-12 & July 20-24

St. Richards Episcopal Camps

33 E 33rd St. Indianapolis IN 46205

Juniors: Ages 4.5-7
Apprentice: Ages 8-13

June 15-19, July 6-10, and July 27-31

Registration information coming soon

Zionsville Camps

1000 Mulberry St. Zionsville IN 46077

Juniors: Grades K-2
Apprentice: Grades 3-6

June 22-26 & July 13-17

Carmel Monon Camps

Juniors: Ages 5-7

Tuesday - Friday from 9:00 am-12:00 pm

June 23-26 Junior Engineers: Inventors Workshop

July 14-17 Junior Robotics: Master Builders

Apprentice Camps: Ages 8-13

Tuesday - Friday from 1:00-4:00 pm

June 23-26 Theme Park Engineering

July 14-17 Robo RIOT

Register Here

At Engineering For Kids, our camps are carefully structured to provide your child with the enrichment he or she needs to grow and thrive. Our camps run in the spring, winter, and summer for your convenience. Our programs come in many varieties to accommodate your schedule, such as half-day camps, full-day camps, and holiday break camps. We also host camps on scheduled days off for reasons such as professional work days, teacher conference days, etc. Just a few of these beneficial opportunities include:

  • Teamwork: Most of our camps schedule fun and engaging teamwork activities that teach children the value of investing in others. Resilience and motivation: Our challenging programs help to teach kids how to keep trying. This also helps them feel accomplished when they succeed, which develops their will to learn.
  • Decision-making: Our uniquely structured activities help children establish and build upon great decision-making skills, which can help build confidence.

In addition, the wide range of activities and classes that we offer encourage children to try new things, which is a beneficial skill that can be applied in several instances throughout adulthood.