Schedule and Registration

Our camp believes that STEAM should  be available to all youth. We are working to provide assistance for anyone who needs help in attending our camp. The number of scholarships we can provide depends on grants and donations.  

If you are interested in helping a youth attend camp in 2019, please click here.

Click Here for More Information and to Apply for a Campership

Scholarship Information and Application

Register for Summer 2019 Sessions

Week 1: June 17-21

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Week 2: June 24-28

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Week 3: July 8-12

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Week 4: July 15-19

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Fees and Registration Details

  • Registration is $325 per youth.  Register in February for a $25 off Early Bird Special
  • Camp is located at the Anderson High School campus, 8403 Mesa Drive, Austin, 78759
  • Registration fee includes a t-shirt, patch, flash drive, and two nutritious snacks daily
  • Campers must wear closed toed shoes each day of camp
  • Camp is open to boys and girls entering the Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Grades
  • Camp participants do not have to be a registered Scout to attend
  • Camp participants do not need any prior knowledge or experience with technology
  • Each camper must complete the Boy Scouts of America's online CyberChip training  prior to camp.  Boy Scout members must have a completed Cyber Chip card signed by their unit leader. Non-BSA participants need the video  completion printout. Click here for more information. 
  • Each camper must complete and submit a camp medical form on the first day check-in at camp. Click here for more information.

Daily Program Schedule

3rd, 4th, 5th grades

8:00am - Extended care


9:00am - Daily check-in and welcoming activity


9:15am - Class 1


10:15am - Snack and restroom break


10:30am - Class 2


11:30am - Lunch


12:10pm - Recess or activity


1:00pm - Class 3


2:00pm - Snack and restroom break


2:15pm - Class 4


3:15pm - Closing activity


3:30pm - Parent pick up/extended care begins


5:30pm - Extended care ends and camp closes

6th, 7th, 8th, 9th grades


8:00am - Extended care

9:00am - Daily check-in and welcoming activity

9:15am - Class 1

11:30am - Lunch

12:10pm - Activity or free build

1:00pm - Class 2

3:15pm - Closing activity

3:30pm - Parent pick up/extended care begins

5:30pm - Extended care ends and camp closes

Camp Hours

Camp begins at 9:00am Monday through Friday

  • Campers can be dropped off between 8:45 am and 9:00 am.
  • If you need to drop off your youth earlier than 8:45 am, please notify us that you will need to attend the morning extended care

Camp ends at 3:30 pm Monday through Friday

  • Please plan to pick up your youth between 3:30 pm and 3:45 pm
  • If you need to pick up your youth later than 3:45, please notify us that you will need to attend the afternoon extended care.

Extended Camp

The camp offers free morning and afternoon extended care to campers who need the extended hours.  

  • If you are in need of extended care, please make sure you are registered for it during registration on the first day of camp.
  • Morning extended care opens at 8:00 am and runs until camp starts.
  • Afternoon extended care begins when camp ends and runs until 5:30 pm.
  • We will have water for youth in extended care.  Please make sure they have a breakfast prior to morning extended care.



Camp Office Information


Anderson High School
8403 Mesa Dr.

Austin, TX 78759

Click HERE for a map


Camp Director: Amanda White
Phone: 512-784-3940
Email: TechLabCamp@gmail.com


Camp Program Director: Jessica Snider

Phone: 512-632-9395
Email: jessica.snider@scouting.org

additional information

Bus Service


Sadly, this year we did not receive enough funding to run buses.  We are sorry for this inconvenience.


Morning Arrival at Camp


Each morning, we will gather in the courtyard next to the main parking lot off Steck Avenue. You must sign your child in with a staff member each morning. We will have staffers at the courtyard gates ready to sign campers in as they arrive. You may utilize the drop off line or you may park and walk your child in. Do NOT leave your child at camp without having signed them in.


Afternoon Pickup from Camp


At 3:30 each day we will again gather in the courtyard to prepare for dismissal. Please park and walk in to get your child. Do NOT take your child from camp without signing them out. We will not allow campers to walk unescorted through the parking lot to your car, not even the 6th through 9th graders. 


Late Arrivals or Early Departures


If your child will be arriving late or leaving from camp early, please check them in and sign them out with one of  the camp directors in the appropriate class area. You may need to enter the high school through the front doors, which face Mesa Drive. If your child is in 3rd through 5th grade, their classes are held in the Science Wing. 6th through 9th graders have classes in the Applied Technology Center.


Absences


Please let us know if your youth will be absent from a camp day. Please see the office contact information above.


Parents Night


Each week we will host a parent's night at the end of the camp.  We welcome you to come and see what your youth has been doing all week at camp.  Plan to arrive at 3:30pm on Friday and we will be finished by 4:30pm. 


What to Wear to Camp Everyday


  • Camp t-shirt
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • Socks
  • Sunscreen - although we are inside most of the day, it is still important to put sunscreen on before you get to camp. We will still be outside during our morning ceremony, lunch and our afternoon closing ceremony.


What to Bring to Camp Everyday


  1. Backpack or bag for holding their stuff
  2. Lunch in a marked sack or plastic bag (large ziplocs work well). Lunches will be kept refrigerated until lunch time.  We must fit everyone's lunch in, so please do not sent large or bulky lunch boxes/bags. 
  3. Water Bottle - We will have plenty of opportunities to refill water bottles as needed throughout the day.
  4. Medication needed for the day, to be turned into the camp medic. Medication must be in the original containers, and you must have filled in the section of the Part B Medical Form approving administration of the medication. 
  5. If you want, you may buy snacks or drinks from the Food Truck on site. 


Please note: Label everything that you want your child to come home with!  Lost and found will be in the camp office (information about camp office above).


What NOT to Bring to Camp


  • Electronic games, radios, headphones, mp3 players, etc. 
  • Your youth may have a cell phone with them, but it should stay in their backpack during camp sessions
  • Glass containers
  • Knives, firearms, slingshots, matches, fireworks, water guns or rocket engines.
  • Valuables