Grouped by grade and nurtured by our incredible staff, campers take on art, science and outdoor activities tailored to their level, and they learn lasting innovation skills like collaboration and reflection. As campers grow, our curriculum evolves to include more advanced concepts, complex projects and creative freedom.

After a week at camp, you’ll hear your kids use words like “trusses” and “visionary” without missing a beat. You’ll probably even hear why mistakes are marvelous things to make. All this engrossing learning is wrapped in four, fresh, weekly themes. This summer, your camper might build a rocket in Space Explorers, take Ansel Adams-inspired photographs in National Parks Adventure, engineer an archery bow in Galileo Olympics or design a kaleidoscope in Galileo Makers: Toys. Every week is an eye-opening new adventure.

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Age Groups


Pre K-K

Nebulas, our youngest innovators in training, enjoy a cozy camper-to-staff ratio of 6:1. We shower them with guidance and attention, and draw them out with enticing projects and activities.


1st and 2nd graders

We maintain a snug 8:1 camper-to-staff ratio, even as Stars begin to think and act more independently. We leave them to pursue projects longer—sometimes developing a single idea over several days.


3rd-5th graders

The leaders of our camp communities, Supernovas experience every phase of the innovator’s process. Supernovas are immersed in complex multi-day projects that stretch their creativity.


Galileo Summer Camps are located in the Bay Area, Southern California and Chicagoland. 

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