“The difference between science and the arts is not that they are different sides of the same coin … or even different parts of the same continuum, but rather, they are manifestations human creativity.”

– Dr. Mae Jemison, First African American woman in Space

Children in kindergarten through 8th grade attend the A.R.T. Impact Summer Camp six weeks during the summer break to reinforce academic concepts learned during the school year and to also enhance their skill level and knowledge of science and technology. Students participate in reading clubs and in-depth lessons in dance, drama, vocal and instrumental music.

Summer Camp 2024



Summer learning that’s fun, engaging and builds students skills in the arts, reading and technology

A growing body of research shows that there is a strong connection between art and science—both inspire and demand creative thinking.

The A.R.T. Impact Summer Camp encourages students to explore the use of art and makes room for young people to develop new and imaginative opportunities for communication and expression in science. The creative processes behind art can be used to drive innovation and find inventive solutions to problems. The addition of art themes inspires young people to be creative and communicate their ideas and findings.*

*2016, National After School Association