Galileo Summer Quest: San Francisco

The Brandeis School of San Francisco

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Scan the tables below for schedule and pricing information. Camp runs Monday – Friday, 9 am – 3 pm with extended care from 8 am – 9 am or 3 pm – 6 pm.

655 Brotherhood Way, San Francisco, CA 94132 map it

Click here for Camp Galileo (pre-K - 5th grades) which is also hosted at this location.

2018 Summer Camp Schedule

Prices & Discounts

 

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BY January 22

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BY February 28

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AFTER February 28

WEEKLY
EXTENDED CARE

1 week:

$479 $494 $519 $40 AM/$80 PM

Add a 2nd week:

$459 $474 $499 30% off

Add a 3rd week:

$449 $464 $489 30% off

Add a 4th week (or more):

$439 $454 $479 30% off

Sign up for more weeks and save

The more weeks your kids come, the more they innovate—and the more you save. Sign up for a second week at Camp Galileo or Galileo Summer Quest and save $20. Save $30 off your third week and $40 off your fourth and subsequent weeks. Plus, get 30 percent off extended care when you sign up for 2 or more weeks of camp.

Please note: there is an additional $75 materials fee for Robot Pet, Virtual Reality, Go-Kart Builders, MOD Design with Minecraft ® and 3-D Modeling and Printing.

Cal Bigari

Cal Bigari
Camp Director

Cal first joined Camp Galileo in 2007 as a Lead Outdoor Instructor and is coming up on his fourth year as a Galileo Camp Director. Cal is so excited to be coming back to San Francisco South to lead GSQ campers in their BEST SUMMER EVER. Cal holds a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and has an extensive background in creative community building and innovative education.

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Advisory Board

Dale Dougherty
CEO and Founder, Maker Faire & Make Magazine (Maker Media)

Shelley Goldman
Professor, Stanford University Graduate School of Education

Tim Ritchie
President, The Tech Museum of Innovation

Susie Wise
Founder and Former Director, K12 Lab Network, Stanford University d.school

Linda Boessenecker
Retired CEO, Girls Incorporated of Alameda County

John Cassidy
Founder, Klutz

Lori Fogarty
Executive Director, Oakland Museum of California

Peter Fortenbaugh
Executive Director, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula

Linda Kekelis, Ph.D.
Former CEO, Techbridge Girls

Gina Moreland
Executive Director, Habitot Children's Museum

Sheila Pressley
Director of Education, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (de Young Museum; Legion of Honor)​

Judy Sleeth
Founder, Art in Action