The University of Houston-Downtown, One Main St., is offering three educational summer programs for students ages 6 to 17 in science, computer science and general enrichment classes, including college admissions/SAT test preparation, in one-week sessions starting
The camps are available in half-day and full-day sessions. Session fees vary and start at $169 for some half-day sessions. The last session ends July 15.
CompuCamp is for students 10-17 years who want to understand the workings of computer applications and programming. ScienceCamp is for students 6 to 12 years and uses cutting-edge content, hands-on projects and scientific games to pull students into the world of science. The SummerAcademy is for students 8 to 17 years who want to brush up on academic skills, get a head start on next school year or take intensive SAT training while having a good time doing it.
The summer program is offered in partnership with the John Cooper School, the Emery/Weiner School, UH-Cinco Ranch, UH Continuing Education, UH-Clear Lake and the Honor Roll School.