Summer Camps for Science and Technology

Is your kid a tech wiz or science enthusiast? There is so much more to STEM education than just writing fractions and memorizing formulas, and these camps are poised to help kids explore their passions. With coding, esports, hands-on projects and more, these Marin science and tech summer camps are just some of the many great camps in the Bay Area.

Coding | Digital Media | Science | STEAM | Technology

Coding 

Branson Summer

Ross

Branson is located on 17 acres nestled in a small valley in the heart of Marin County. Summer programs use the full campus for experimentation, exploration and inspiration.

Ages 11–18, 415.454.3612

Camp Integem

Larkspur, 10 Bay Area Locations

Camp Integem is a top AR Educational camp and empowers children to explore, design, and innovate with future tech.

Ages 5–18, 408.459.0657

Esporterz Marin Gaming and Tech Center

Larkspur

At Esporterz summer camp kids immerse themselves in the exciting world of competitive esports gaming and coding at all levels. Instructors and coaches ensure a supportive and social gaming community focused on fun.

Ages 7–16, 415.570.9991

Sacred Heart Preparatory School

San Francisco

The summer program at Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory includes a range of curricula for kids interested in arts, academics and/or sports over the summer. Science courses include topics like engineering, coding, robotics, drone making, physics, math, pathology and crime scene investigation.

Ages 8–14, 415.775.6626

TinkerTech Camps

Marin County

Kids can get started with or develop their skills in coding, AI, robotics and engineering at TinkerTech. With a range of classes at locations across Marin, this camp is accessible and edifying for campers interested in tech, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Ages 3–5 and 11–15, 415.290.9964

Digital Media

Branson Summer

Ross

Branson is located on 17 acres nestled in a small valley in the heart of Marin County. Summer programs use the full campus for experimentation, exploration and inspiration.

Ages 11–18, 415.454.3612

Camp Integem

Larkspur, 10 Bay Area locations

Camp Integem is a top AR Educational camp and empowers children to explore, design, and innovate with future tech.

Ages 5–18, 408.459.0657

UC Berkeley embARC Summer Design Academy 

Berkeley 

The UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design’s embARC summer program offers high school students the opportunity to explore architecture, urban design and sustainable city planning through integrated components, sustainable city planning workshop, a digital design workshop, environmental design conversations series and material exploration workshop. 

Ages 16–18, 510.643.1188

Vision Tech Camps

Danville, El Cerrito

Vision Tech has a range of programs including a Minecraft camp, programming camp, video game design camp, and a robotics and engineering camp where children learn new STEM skills and allows them to feel empowered to become the next generation of developers, game designers, coders, entrepreneurs, and engineers.

Ages 6–17, 925.699.9602 (Danville), 925.699.7036 (El Cerrito)

Science

Bay Area Discovery Museum

Sausalito

At the Bay Area Discovery Museum day camp kids get to make friends, explore new horizons, and adventure in Fort Baker National Park. 

Ages 3–8, 415.339.3907

Branson Summer

Ross

Branson is located on 17 acres nestled in a small valley in the heart of Marin County. Summer programs use the full campus for experimentation, exploration and inspiration.

Ages 11–18, 415.454.3612

Call of the Sea-Voyage Seaward

Sausalito

Call of the Sea-Voyage Seaward summer programs include sailing camps, science camps, aloft programs and voyages. 

Ages 8–13, 415.331.3214

Coastal Camp at NatureBridge

Sausalito

At Coastal Camp kids explore topics like marine biology, coastal ecology, conservation and cultural history while enjoying the beautiful Marin Headlands. 

Ages 5–14, K-12 415.331.1548

Dance Palace Camp

Point Reyes Station

Dance Palace Camp offers a diverse cultural education and helps kids develop positive relationships through hands-on activities in the natural world.

Ages 6–12, 415.663.1075

Marin Horizon Summer Camp

Mill Valley

Join us at Marin Horizon’s Summer Camp for a summer of friends, fun, and academics. We have a new and engaging theme each week including: Mighty Explorers (June 20-23), Rainbow Bonanza (June 26-30), Mad Scientists (July 5-7), Dots and Circles (July 10-14), Little Chefs (July 17-21), and Imagination Station (July 24-28). Regular hours are 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Extended care hours are 8:30-9:00 a.m. and 3:00-4:30 p.m. 

Ages 3–7, 415.388.8408

Marin Treks Science Camp

Novato

Marin Treks summer adventure camps offer a variety of fun programs that focus on natural history while exploring the tidepools, beaches, forests, and other natural wonders of Marin. 

Ages 6–11, 415.250.0988

Mark Day School

San Rafael

The Mark Day School summer camp offers academics, recreation, fun and exploring a kid’s creative side through science, performing arts, tinkering, volleyball and sports.  

Grades 1–8, 415.472.8000

Play-Well Engineering FUNdamentals

San Anselmo

Play-Well Engineering FUNdamentals summer camp kids are encouraged to collaborate and create through building elaborate objects, structures, vehicles, and explore the principles of engineering and physics all with LEGOs. 

Ages 5–14, 415.460.5210

Spaulding Marine Center 

Sausalito 

Campers will learn how to sail, practice seamanship and stewardship within Richardson Bay, and spend time learning to work with tools in the wood shop. Activities include kayaking, sailing, local field trips, knot tying, woodworking, and group games.

Ages 10–16, 415.332.3179, [email protected]

The Spring Hill School 

Petaluma

The Spring Hill School summer camps offer activities that focus on innovation, creative expression, science, the natural world, and art.

Ages 2–14, 707.763.9222

STEAM

Branson Summer

Ross

Branson is located on 17 acres nestled in a small valley in the heart of Marin County. Summer programs use the full campus for experimentation, exploration and inspiration.

Ages 11–18, 415.454.3612

Chronos Academy Maker Camp

Larkspur

Chronos Academy Students

In Chronos Academy’s Maker Camp, kids MAKE history-inspired projects every day in all four components: Engineering, Tech Lab, Art Exploration and ReCreation. They can stay an extra hour for optional Math Club to hone math skills through games, songs, drills and prizes!

Ages 5–12, 415.383.2283

Enriching U

Novato/Online

Enriching U camp teaches kids valuable and in demand skills like animating, code, photography, creating VR worlds, and building video games with instruction from people who worked at Lucasfilm and Disney. 

Ages 10–15, 415.475.7567

Galileo Learning

Kentfield, San Francisco, Northern California

Galileo summer programs offer a diverse range of activities from STEAM projects, hands-on collaboration, and outdoor adventures. The Galileo approach teaches the mindset, knowledge, and processes kids need to become visionary innovators. 

Ages from Pre K–10th grade, 800.854.3684

Headlands Preparatory School

Sausalito, Albany, Walnut Creek

Tilden Preparatory and the Headlands Preparatory are offering complete academic schedules for the summer, including classes in art, STEM and more.

Ages 11–18, 415.944.2254

Sacred Heart Preparatory School

San Francisco

The summer program at Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory includes a range of curricula for kids interested in arts, academics and/or sports over the summer. Science courses include topics like engineering, coding, robotics, drone making, physics, math, pathology and crime scene investigation.

Ages 8–14, 415.775.6626

TinkerTech Camps

Marin County

Kids can get started with or develop their skills in coding, AI, robotics and engineering at TinkerTech. With a range of classes at locations across Marin, this camp is accessible and edifying for campers interested in tech, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Ages 3–5 and 11–15, 415.290.9964

UC Berkeley embARC Summer Design Academy 

Berkeley 

The UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design’s embARC summer program offers high school students the opportunity to explore architecture, urban design and sustainable city planning through integrated components, sustainable city planning workshop, a digital design workshop, environmental design conversations series and material exploration workshop. 

Ages 16–18, 510.643.1188

Winston Preparatory School

San Rafael/Online

With a specialized one-to-one Focus program, Winston Preparatory School is offering a summer program that will keep students learning and engaged over summer. Hands-on science labs and math classes, as well as courses in digital literacy, are tailored to empower students to become independent learners.

Ages 9–18, 415.993.5533

Technology

Branson Summer

Ross

Branson is located on 17 acres nestled in a small valley in the heart of Marin County. Summer programs use the full campus for experimentation, exploration and inspiration.

Ages 11–18, 415.454.3612

Camp Integem

Larkspur, San Francisco

Camp Integem is a top AR Educational camp and empowers children to explore, design, and innovate with future tech.

Ages 5–18, 408.459.0657

Chronos Academy Maker Camp

Larkspur

In Chronos Academy’s Maker Camp, kids MAKE history-inspired projects every day in all four components: Engineering, Tech Lab, Art Exploration and ReCreation. They can stay an extra hour for optional Math Club to hone math skills through games, songs, drills and prizes!

Ages 5–12, 415.383.2283

Enriching U

Novato

Enriching U camp teaches kids valuable and in demand skills like animating, code, photography, creating VR worlds, and building video games with instruction from people who worked at Lucasfilm and Disney. 

Ages 10–15, 415.475.7567

Play-Well Engineering FUNdamentals

San Anselmo

Play-Well Engineering FUNdamentals summer camp kids are encouraged to collaborate and create through building elaborate objects, structures, vehicles, and explore the principles of engineering and physics all with LEGOs. 

Ages 5–14, 415.460.5210

Sacred Heart Preparatory School

San Francisco

The summer program at Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory includes a range of curricula for kids interested in arts, academics and/or sports over the summer. Science courses include topics like engineering, coding, robotics, drone making, physics, math, pathology and crime scene investigation.

Ages 8–14, 415.775.6626

Sonoma Academy 

Santa Rosa

From robotics, baking, storytelling, and basketball, the Sonoma Academy summer camp has activities for every kid. 

Ages 10–14, 707.545.1770

Tahoe Summer Camps

Truckee

Tahoe Summer Camps, based in Lake Tahoe and Truckee, offer programs for adventurers, blacksmiths, sailors, engineers, scientists, artists and more. 

Ages 4–14, 530.414.9316

TinkerTech Camps

Marin County

Kids can get started with or develop their skills in coding, AI, robotics and engineering at TinkerTech. With a range of classes at locations across Marin, this camp is accessible and edifying for campers interested in tech, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Ages 3–5 and 11–15, 415.290.9964

UC Berkeley embARC Summer Design Academy 

Berkeley 

The UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design’s embARC summer program offers high school students the opportunity to explore architecture, urban design and sustainable city planning through integrated components, sustainable city planning workshop, a digital design workshop, environmental design conversations series and material exploration workshop. 

Ages 16–18, 510.643.1188

Vision Tech Camps

Danville, El Cerrito

Vision Tech has a range of programs including a Minecraft camp, programming camp, video game design camp, and a robotics and engineering camp where children learn new STEM skills and allows them to feel empowered to become the next generation of developers, game designers, coders, entrepreneurs, and engineers.

Ages 7–17, 925.699.9602