Summer Shore

Camp Invention


Grades: Kindergarten through Grade 6 
June 24-28 (Week One); August 19-23 (Week Two)
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (with options for before and/or after camp childcare)

Cost: $275 (additional fees for childcare)
Director: Jocelyn Norris, Director of Auxiliary Programs

Camp Invention is a STEM summer program that turns curious students into innovative thinkers!

Students will design underwater equipment, build ships, and dig up fossils on an undersea adventure; become farm managers and learn fundamental robotics coding techniques to maximize your time and profits; and team up with members of Innovation Force to design, buld, and market an invention to thwart an evil villain.

Week Two: LAUNCH
Students will work with teams to transform the terrain and ecosystem of a distant exoplanet. They will take risks , create plans as budding business owners, blast rockets, air cannons, and rubber chickens, and wire a circuit to create their own Spy Gadget Alarm Box!

Students will also play innovative outdoor games and learn about circuit boards, motors, gears, and reverse engineering!

Parent Volunteers are welcome for Camp Invention!
If you are interested in becoming a Camp Invention Parent Volunteer, please contact Jocelyn Norris by e-mail at:

All camps must comply with regulations of the MDPH & be licensed by the LBOH. [.190(C)]


For questions and more information, please contact Director of Auxiliary Programs Jocelyn Norris via email, or phone (978) 927-1700, ext. 256.