NS3’s Science Camps are designed to challenge your ingenuity, stimulate your imagination, get your hands dirty and feet wet, and share the joy of discovery.
The NS3 offers:
- Winter Break Camp – January 2-5, 2018 Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
- Spring Break Camps – March 19-23 and 26-29, 2018
- Summer Camps – more information coming in April 2018
Participation: At NS3, we offer a variety of activities to support learning and exploration for all children. If you have questions about whether a program is right for your child, please contact us. We are committed to working with families to reduce barriers to participation wherever possible.
NS3 reserves the right to expel any participant, without refund of fees, who behaves inappropriately, is disruptive to other participants, volunteers or staff, or becomes a danger to themselves or others.
Cancellation, Withdrawal and Refunds: NS3 reserves the right to cancel a program one week prior to the start date, and will refund all fees for a cancelled program. Programs cancelled less than one week prior to the start date due to unforeseen reasons (including but not limited to weather conditions or site safety) will be rescheduled or fees will be refunded as credit towards another program. Withdrawal with refund must be requested in writing more than two weeks prior to the program start date. Any withdrawals or changes will be subject to a $10 administrative fee. There are NO REFUNDS given for withdrawals requested less than two weeks prior to the first day of a registered program or at any time during the program. Pro-rated refunds are NOT available for days absent from a registered program.
Punctuality: NS3 will not assume responsibility for children before or after camp or after Stay&Play. A $25 late pick-up fee may be charged. Repeated late pick-ups can result in cancelled participation without refund.
Images/Media: Photos and videos taken during summer camps are used for NS3 promotional materials, publications and advertisements. Please note, we never publish children’s names. Parents/guardians may request no photos or videos be taken of their children.