Summer Camps 2019

Advanced Academics will offer 3 weeks of full-day camps focused around STEAM, humanities and creative arts.  If your student has completed at least 1st grade through 6th grade at the end of the 2018-19 school year, we have options for you!

  • Camps are open to ALL ELIGIBLE DISTRICT STUDENTS!  Registration is not limited to students who receive GT services.
  • Each camp runs Monday - Thursday of the assigned week.  Spring Branch offices are closed on Fridays in summer.
  • All enrolled campers will receive a t-shirt!
  • Registration is limited and priority is given to currently-enrolled Spring Branch students.  Out-of-district students will be placed on a wait list and notified after the registration window closes if spots remain available.
  • Online credit card payment is not available at this time.  Please register your student using the links below.  You'll be contacted to confirm registration and provided with details on remitting payment.
  • Please complete a separate registration form for EACH CHILD you register.  If registering a child for more than one camp, please complete a form for EACH camp.  

Creative Math

June 10-13 @ Bendwood Elem

Rising 2nd-5th Graders

90 spots available:

  • 25 for 2nd        (13 left)
  • 25 for 3rd         FULL! 
  • 40 for 4th/5th   FULL!

9am - 3pm (Drop-off available at 8:15am)

Cost: $175

For grade levels that are full, please email Advanced Academics to be placed on a wait list.  

Detailed Description

Developed in conjunction with the Rice University School Mathematics Project, this camp focuses on enhancing campers' understanding of mathematical concepts, utilizing art as a springboard.

Activities will focus on operational math understanding, geometric design, four color theory, Archimedes' Leverage Theory, the impact of math on art and other concepts.  Campers will produce a daily art project that demonstrates the theory discussed that day.

Additionally, campers will learn Minecraft coding and will take home a one-year license. Recreation time will be built in to the day.

Students will be grouped by grade level, so any student who attended this camp in 2018 will have the opportunity to progress to the next level of the curriculum without repeating activities.

Please note: Lunch is not available on the Bendwood campus, so all students should pack a daily lunch, drink and snacks.


Registration NOW OPEN!

Registration open through Friday, May 24th or until all spots are filled

Register HERE



Rising 6th Graders

Camp is full at this time! Please email Advanced Academics if you would like to add your student to the wait list.


Detailed Description

  • Humanitarians
  • Engineers
  • Researchers
  • Observers
  • Explorers
  • Social Problem Solvers

HEROES camp will introduce students to rigorous and creative futures thinking. Based on the work of former UH professor Dr. Peter Bishop, campers will explore the Futures Thinking Playbook to conduct futures-oriented research, create scenarios, and identify their preferred futures and actions that might bring that future about.

Activities will focus on research, product based learning and presentation skills. Campers will work in groups to uncover and analyze one area of concern and then prepare a presentation illustrating how that problem may manifest in the future. Students will flex debate muscles and learn to see multiple perspectives through an academic lens.

Supplemental learning in robotics and coding will be provided, as well as recreation time.

Please note: Lunch is not available on the Westwood campus, so all students should pack a daily lunch, drink and snacks.

Registration CLOSED

All spots have been filled at this time. Advanced Academics will maintain a wait list and will contact parents after May 31st if openings become available.

Creativity in Action

July 15-18 @ West Support Center

Rising 3rd-7th Graders

100 spots available   (23 left)

9am - 3:45pm (Drop-off available at 8:15am)

Cost: $175

Detailed Description

Creativity in Action is a fun, engaging, arts-based camp that takes campers through a rotation of 20 hands-on classes, including:

  • Improvisation
  • Mime
  • Performance
  • Mask Making
  • Hands-on Problem Solving
  • Verbal and Non-Verbal Problem Solving
  • Communication
  • Sewing
  • Special Effects
  • Tools
  • Tips and Techniques in Art Sculpture
  • Music/Rhythm
  • Teamwork and Games
  • Musical Theater
  • Dance
  • Puppets
  • Catapults
  • Rubber Band Boats
  • Makeup

Students will take home many of their work products and will enjoy getting to know other students across the district.

Please note: Lunch is not available on the West Support campus, so all students should pack a daily lunch, drink and snacks.



Registration NOW OPEN!

Registration open through Friday, June 21st or until all spots are filled

Register HERE