Track Out Camps
(Now for Kindergarten - 5th grade!)

Join us for fun, play, and learning, each week with a different STEM spin! 


  • Campers in K-5th explore and learn about a new topic each week, through structured activities, hands-on crafts, and open play time

  • Spend time outdoors each day (weather permitting) at a nearby park

  • Led by experienced STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) educators (meet them below!)

  • Small group size

  • New camps for each track-out cycle

  • Daily snacks are provided


(Click here to go to our Summer Camp Page)

Early Fall Camps

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Gizmos & Gadgets

Week of Sept 6 (4-day holiday week camp - $250)

Junior engineers will complete a series of design challenges to build all kinds of creative and functional contraptions! Campers will work with k’nex, legos, keva planks, tubelox, cardboard, and a variety of other building materials to collaboratively design solutions to solve problems. 

Rockin’ Reactions

Weeks of Aug 29, Sept 13

Beginner chemists will conduct some exciting and messy experiments while learning all about matter! Campers will experiment with solids, liquids, and gases as they learn about chemistry and how mixtures can combine to create new substances. Campers will create their own slime, bouncy balls, fizzing moon rocks, and even elephant toothpaste!

Ocean Explorers

Week of Sept 20

Junior oceanographers will spend the week exploring different ocean habitats! From investigating animals who live in tide pools to experiments to see deep sea vents in action, campers will explore the creatures and climate conditions that make each ocean habitat unique. We will  learn about human impacts on the ocean & collect discarded materials to make ocean art. Campers will also create a fish print t-shirt to take home!

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Late Fall Camps

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Lego Lovers

Weeks of Sept 26, Oct 17, Nov 7 & 28, Dec 19

Think you love legos? Test your skills by building, designing, engineering, and engaging in creative challenges, all using legos! We’ll use gears, motors, legos, and our brains! Like all of our camps, this one is "geared" to grades K-5th.

Science Of Fall

Weeks of Oct 3 & 24, Nov 14, Dec 6

This seasonal camp will explore the science behind the changing of the seasons! We'll dive into planetary orbits, why there are fall colors, and the fall weather patterns.  We'll also experiment with the physics of falling leaves!


Weeks of Oct 10 & 31, Dec 12

Your young artist will learn about the elements of art while exploring the wonders of space. Campers will use their imagination and creativity to make their own planet, paint galaxies, and design a rocket using recycled materials. We hope you will join us for a galaxy full of art fun!

Winter Camps

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$315 per week*

Camp Hours:  8:30am-3pm

Aftercare: 3pm-5pm

$75 / week

*Members receive a 10% discount

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Schedule & Registration
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Sample Daily Agenda

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We take Covid-19 seriously and follow strict protocols to keep your kids, our staff, and our community as safe as we can.

  • Staff is 100% fully vaccinated

  • HEPA air filters are always running

  • Masks are welcome but optional

  • Policies subject to change as the Covid situation changes - we adapt  CDC and Wake county school policies to fit our environment

Camp Staff

Zanetha (she/her)


Zanetha is a North Carolina native, born and raised in Charlotte. After earning a B.S. in Elementary Education, Zanetha moved to Raleigh. She has taught first and second grade in Wake County on a traditional and year round schedule. In her free time, Zanetha enjoys spending time with her son and trying out new restaurants.

Alex (she/her)


Alex has had over 10 years of experience teaching science lessons at museums, afterschool programs, and herpetology centers. She loves to inspire children’s natural curiosity with hands-on STEAM projects and imaginative play. Right now, she enjoys spending time with family and exploring the outdoors. Soon, she hopes to be a museum educator at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.


Marlo (they/them)

Originally from Fayetteville, Marlo has lived in Durham with their partner since mid-2021. They are excited about combining education and play in a non-traditional environment with lots of room for creativity and imagination! Their prior work as a licensed mental health counselor and 10+ years of combined experience as a piano instructor & music educator inform their passion for fun-filled experiential learning. In their free time, Marlo can be found playing video games, visiting NC’s beaches, or checking out local outdoor parks, gardens, and plant nurseries.


Kristen (she/her)

Kristen was born and raised in Cary, NC. She earned her BS in Elementary Education from Appalachian State University, with a concentration in math, science, and technology. She taught 3rd grade in Wake County on a traditional schedule. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, running, painting, skiing, and trying out local coffee shops. 

"We just completed our first track out camp here and our son loved it. They take covid seriously and the kids get outside daily with a mix of inside and outside activities. Our kiddo was so happy and we [will] happily take him back!"


"Our kids had an amazing time at track out camp. Also, it is a blast for open play! Everyone working there is great with kids!!"


"Definite 5 stars. My little guy (6) attended astronaut track out camp and absolutely loved it! The place was spacious & clean, the staff was pleasant to work with and showed genuine interest in his daily happiness. We'll definitely be back!"