Pacific Crest Innovation Academy

STEAM Summer Camp!

Explore • Discover • Create • Have Fun!

When

June 22-24, 2021 @ 9:00am – 3:00pm

Where

Pacific Crest Innovation Academy
1142 Jessup Road, Cook, WA 98605

Who

Students in grade 6-8 attending schools in Klickitat and Skamania Counties only.

No Cost

Attend camp for free! Transportation and meals will be provided.

About STEAM Camp

Exposure to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Humanities, and Mathematics (STEAM) is critical for middle school students so they can begin thinking about career paths they might want to pursue from an early age. STEAM also helps students develop important skills for any career path, including critical thinking, problem solving, and working/building creatively.

As STEAM teaching becomes more widespread, some students may feel they haven’t had enough learning time devoted to these important subjects so far, and they may be looking for opportunities outside their usual school environment to explore them.

Pacific Crest Innovation Academy’s Summer STEAM Camp provides current and rising (for the 2021-22 school year) 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students from Klickitat and Skamania Counties with an opportunity to learn about a variety of STEAM subjects. During this fun and engaging three-day camp, campers will learn, experiment, and play under the guidance of current PCIA teachers and students; meet new friends from other nearby schools; and get a glimpse of what it’s like to be a student at PCIA.

All STEAM Camp activities will take place on-campus at PCIA, just 15 minutes west of the Columbia River Gorge’s Hood River Bridge. Transportation to and from camp will be provided from predetermined locations in Klickitat and Skamania Counties. Lunch and snacks will be provided for all students.

Register by June 1st to ensure your spot! Complete the form below.

Schedule & Activities

Students will be grouped into four groups that will rotate through different activities throughout each day.

  • Integrated Art
  • Creative Writing
  • 3-D Printing
  • Rocket Build
  • Creative Writing
  • Rockets
  • Robots
  • Integrated Art
  • Lego
  • Creative Writing
  • Integrated Art
  • Robots
  • STEM Olympics

Info for Campers

All meals, snacks, and activity supplies will be provided for campers. Please be sure to indicate any dietary restrictions in the registration form on this page.

Campers should dress comfortably for a variety of activities and weather conditions. Suggested attire and items to bring to camp include:

  • Comfortable clothing suitable for being active
  • Closed-toe/tennis shoes
  • A light jacket or sweatshirt
  • Sunscreen and/or a hat
  • Refillable water bottle

Students are also encouraged to bring a strong sense of inquiry, a willingness to explore, and a desire to have fun when they come to STEAM Camp.

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

The following safety protocols will be in place at PCIA’s Summer STEAM Camp to help keep participants and our community safe:

  • Health screening all staff, volunteers and campers daily prior to entering the school.
  • Temperature screening prior to boarding the bus and/or entering the school.
  • 3-foot spacing between campers in classrooms, and 6-foot spacing when eating.
  • Masks worn at all times (unless eating or outside on a “mask break”).
  • Frequent hand-washing and sanitization of common surfaces.

Questions?

Contact Kaylene Herman with any questions about camp.

Registration Full

Thank you for your interest in PCIA’s Summer STEAM Camp! This year’s camp has reached its registration capacity. Join our mailing list so you can be the first to know about future STEAM Camps and other fun opportunities at PCIA.

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Want to learn more about PCIA? Come visit us!

We invite interested students to visit our campus and spend the day with us as a PCIA Owl for a Day! Prospective students can visit our school, interact with instructors and current PCIA students, and experience rigorous learning in small class sizes. For information on this program or to schedule your Owl for a Day visit, contact Dean of Students/Academic Advisor Kaylene Herman.

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