HISD STEM Summer Camp 2019
Houston Independent School District (HISD) STEM Summer Camp Powered By Schlumberger
June 10-13 and June 17-20 (2-week camp session)
8 AM- 2:30 PM
The HISD STEM Summer Camp was created to provide STEM-based curriculum activities, project-based learning immersion, and field experiences for elementary (grades 3-5), middle and high school students. The camp will be hosted at seven high schools across the district with each location having 90 students total (30 per each elementary, middle and high school sections). The two-week program emphasizes enriching students’ knowledge and skills in mathematics, science, and technology while introducing them to the world of coding and robotics. The focus is to support historically underserved and underrepresented students that currently attend HISD schools. The HISD STEM Summer Camp will be provided at no cost to students and will be lead by HISD Certified Teachers. To be eligible students need to be in good academic standing and follow the application process below.
The camps will be held at the following HISD campuses:
- Sam Houston High School
- Wisdom High School (Elementary spots are full)
- Milby High School
- Sterling High School
- Mickey Leland College Preparatory
- Heights High School (elementary & middle school spots are full)
- Westbury High School (elementary & middle school spots are full)
- Student or Parent/Guardian complete the online Student Application Form before the deadline.
- Student or Parent/Guardian gives teacher recommendation form to a current teacher
- Student or Parent/Guardian confirm acceptance to attend the HISD STEM Summer Camp
All requested documents are due by May 29, 2019. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. Applicants will receive a notification on the status of their submission no later than May 31, 2019. If you have questions or need additional information, contact Mr. Michael Flores at 713-556-6823 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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