Daily Program Schedule




3rd, 4th and 5th grade schedule

6th - 9th grade schedule


8:00am
Extended Care
Extended Care
9:00am
Daily Check In and Welcoming Activity
Daily Check In and Welcoming Activity
9:15am
Class 1
Class 1
10:15am
Snack and Restroom Break
Class 1
10:30am
Class 2
Class 1
11:30am
Lunch
Lunch
12:10pm
Recess or Activity
Activity or Free Build
1:00pm
Class 3
Class 2
2:00pm
Snack and Restroom Break
Class 2
2:15pm
Class 4
Class 2
3:15pm
Closing Activity
Closing  Activity
3:30pm
Parent Pickup
Parent Pickup
3:30pm
Extended Care Begins
Extended Care Begins
5:30pm
Extended Care Ends and Camp Closes Daily
Extended Care Ends and Camp Closes Daily

Schedule and Registration

TechLab STEAM Camp

Our camp believes that STEAM should available to all youth.  We are working to help provide           opportunities for anyone who wants to attend our camp have the ability to do so.  Grants have allowed us to provide scholarships for up to 30% of the participants of the camp. 


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 Weekly Bus Transportation Schedule - Final


Bus transportation is being provided to help families who cannot drive their students to the Anderson campus. Choose the bus transportation option during registration to indicate your interest. Seats will be confirmed after we know how many campers are requesting bus transportation.


  • In the morning, please stay with your child until the bus leaves for camp
  • In the afternoon, please be at the bus stop by 4:00 pm to wait for the bus to arrive
  • Bus transportation is only made available at the stops indicated below


Week
School
Depart in Morning
Arrives in Afternoon
June 25-29th
Pflugerville Middle School

8:30 AM

4:25 PM
July 9-13th
Menchaca Elementary School
8:20AM
4:35PM
























            

            

   

Fees, Registration and Camp Details

  • Registration is $325 per youth
  • Camp is located at the Anderson High School campus, 8403 Mesa Drive, Austin, 78759
  • Registration fee includes a t-shirt, patch, flash drive and two nutritious snacks daily
  • Campers must wear closed toed shoes each day of camp
  • Camp is open to boys and girls entering the Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh Eighth and Ninth Grades
  • Camp participants do not have to be a registered Scout to attend
  • Camp participants do not need any prior knowledge or experience with technology 
  • Each camper must complete the Boy Scouts of America's online CyberChip training prior to camp.  Boy Scout members must have a completed Cyber Chip card signed by their unit leader.  Non-BSA participants need the video completion printout.    Click here for more information. 
  • Each camper must complete and submit a camp medical form on the first day check-in at camp.  Click here for more information.