2014 Summer
Youth Camps







Campers will learn principles of how rockets work as well as how to design and build model rockets. Campers will acquire the skills to build their own rockets from inexpensive materials. Over the two weeks of camp, we will build a water-powered rocket and launcher as well as two solid fuel rockets. The camp will culminate in launching the rockets at a site on the Penn State campus.

This camp is for students entering grades 7-9.

Instructor: Hal Scholz

Dr. Scholz has 26 years of experience in industry designing integrated circuits. He currently is a professor of physics and engineering at Penn State Lehigh Valley. He teaches Introductory Engineering using Lego Robots. He has enjoyed many years of model rocketry experience, including rocketry classes taught at a local high school, for the Girl Scouts, and for 4H Clubs.

All camps will be held at the Penn State Lehigh Valley campus in Center Valley, PA.

To arrange extended care or Air Products busing, please call 610-285-5058 after you have registered online or mark it on the mail-in registration form.

Returning campers who refer a new camper will receive a 20% discount on their registration. New and returning campers each receive the 20% discount!

Please call Carol Buddock at 610-285-5058 for details on the discounted registration fee.

Extended care option available mornings beginning at 8 a.m. and afternoons until 5:30 p.m. M-Th and 5:00 p.m. Fridays.

Busing is available if you work at Air Products. If using Air Products busing, campers must be scheduled for both morning and afternoon camp.