Castilleja is pleased to partner with i2 Learning for an exciting summer of fun and inspiring hands-on STEM learning in an all-girls setting. Each one-week course blends elements of basic science, the engineering design process, project-based learning, and student-directed inquiry. Campers select one immersive course that is led by an experienced, passionate, full-time teacher and assisted by lively and supportive high-school students.
i2 Camp runs from June 24th to July 26th (not including the week of July 1–5) and is open to girls entering grades four through eight.
Click Here to see session details & descriptions.
Both of our girls have done different STEM camps and classes, and this curriculum was unique and inspiring for them. They loved the material and the teachers. I would send them again in a heartbeat, and I have already suggested it to friends."
Junior Camp is open to rising 4th and 5th graders.
Senior Camp is open to rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders.
Each course has a maximum of 20 campers and 3 instructors. The team of instructors includes an experienced classroom teacher, a graduate student, and a high school near peer educator.
Campers attend camp from 8:30am to 3:30pm and have 1.5 hours a day dedicated to lunch, recess, and camp-wide activities. Lunch is provided to all campers. Campers also have a morning and afternoon snack break.
We offer extended afternoon care for an additional fee. We do not offer transportation to and from camp.
Campers may enroll in one course each week.
Courses are $925 per one-week course (includes lunch and snacks).
|June 24–28||Surgical Techniques||The Physics of Music|
|July 8–12||Digital Game Design||Crime Scene Investigations|
|July 15–19||App Inventor||Combating Cancer|
|July 22–26||Architects of Time||Building an Interactive, Friendly Monster|
|June 24–28||Cyber Security||Crime Scene Investigations|
|July 8–12||Surgical Techniques||The Physics of Music|
|July 15–19||Architects of Time||Building an Interactive, Friendly Monster|
|July 22–26||App Inventor||Combating Cancer|
7:45 to 8:30am | Registration
8:30am to 11:45am | Lab time (break at approximately 10:00am)
11:45am to 12:30pm | Lunch
12:30pm to 1:00pm | Camp-wide Activity or Speaker
1:00pm to 1:30pm | Recess
1:30pm to 3:30pm | Lab Time (break at approximately 2:15pm)
12:30pm to 1:00pm | Recess
1:00pm to 3:00pm | Lab Time
3:00pm to 4:00pm | Showcase
2019 one-week fee: The cost is $925/week, including lunch and morning/afternoon snacks.
2019 Extended afternoon care fee (3:30pm-6:00pm): $95 per week, or $25 per day.
All camp fees must be paid online and will be due when registering for camp. Your child's spot in camp will not be reserved until fees are paid in full. We only accept online payments for i2 Camp.
You will receive a confirmation email as soon as your payment has been received. Please print this confirmation page and receipt for your records. It will also include our Federal Tax ID number. Once you have your confirmation page your child is registered for i2 Camp. In late May you will receive additional information about campus traffic patterns, and other details.
There is a limited Financial Aid budget. If you wish to apply for it, please click here for the 2019 Financial Aid application. You will not be able to register online until your Financial Aid application has been received and approved. However, spots are reserved for all those who apply for Financial Aid.
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The Federal Tax ID number for Castilleja School is 94-0373222.
Refund and Cancellation
Families withdrawing before May 1st, 2019 will be charged a cancellation fee of $125 per week.
- After May 1st, no refunds will be issued.
- We will attempt to accommodate course change requests, depending on space availability.
- Camp fees are not refunded or prorated for days of camp missed due to injury or illness.
- If a camper gets sick before camp begins, we will work with you to reschedule her courses to a later date. If rescheduling is not possible, we may provide a partial refund and will review these on a case-by-case basis.
Camp was very well organized, the material taught was interesting and most importantly, my daughter was super excited about everything she was learning!”