Camp Imagineerz
Frequently Asked Questions

Camp Imagineerz is a unique day camp experience in the South Bay where STEM and social-emotional learning are combined. Our goal is help children become positive and confident makers.

We help children learn that our attitudes and reactions have the power to change outcomes. We explore this concept in various ways — stories, games, activities, and hands-on design projects.

We teach children how to identify obstacles, give them strategies to solve problems, and ignite the spark that makes them go, “I can do this!” And to top it off, our campers experience a summer filled with epic outdoor fun and adventures.

We offer three types of camp experiences:

 

Camp Experiences:

Leadership Experiences:

Our staff to camper to counselor ratio runs no more than 10:1, and depending on the activity is often less than 8:1.

No. Please send a lunch and morning snack with your child!

For campers staying for PM Extended Care, please be sure to send an extra snack for the afternoon.

Yes! We offer AM Extended Care from 8:30 — 9:00 am and PM Extended Care from 3:00 — 6:00 pm.

We have three exciting themes this year — our recommendation is to sign up for all them, if possible. We have seen that three weeks gives us enough time to teach, reinforce, and fully demonstrate the value of the the i-Can! mindset. If three weeks isn’t an option for you, one or two weeks provide a great foundation as well!

 

Note: Building an i-Can! mindset is like learning a language or a sport. It takes repetition and regular practice. Hence, the more weeks or summers your child comes to Imagineerz, the more powerful the impact will be. Enrolling in more weeks also allows for campers to form closer bonds with their peers.

Children are going to be pre-assigned to classrooms and pods to ensure that we’re as safe as possible. If your child wants to be with their friend, you can email your request to info@imagineerz-learning.com and we will do our best to honor your request. 

Have your child plan for epic fun. They’ll need to bring a happy smile and lots of energy — as well as a water bottle, sunscreen, and a change of clothes because sometimes our “fun” can get messy.

Visit our First Day of Camp page to get all the details you need to know about your child’s first day and other camp logistics.