Barclay Summer STEM Academy

Fifth grade students test materials for their ice-cream package designs.

Fifth grade students test materials for their ice-cream package designs.

Barclay Elementary/Middle School, in partnership with Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering, offers a STEM-focused school year extension program for rising 5th – 8th grade students.  There is no charge for City Schools students to attend!

For Summer 2018, the Barclay Summer STEM Academy will be offered M-F, July 9th-27th, from 8:30am-3:00pm.

Program highlights include:

  • Engineering and Design
  • Computer Programming and Coding
  • Media Arts and Marketing
  • Applied Math and Reading
  • Arts and Making
  • Math and Movement
  • Career Exploration
  • Student and Community Showcase
  • And much more!

Space is limited to 20 students per grade level (5th, 6th, 7/8th).  Priority placement for Barclay School students will run through May 31st.  Starting June 1st, remaining spaces will be offered to City Schools students on a first come, first served basis.  Barclay students should submit completed registration packets to Ms. Rice.  Non-Barclay students should submit completed registration packets to Becky Palmisano at rpalmis2@jhu.edu.

Registration materials for the

2018 Summer STEM Academy

will be posted on

Friday, April 6th, 2018.

 

Highlights from Summer 2017

Channel Me Media – Student Video Productions

Barclay Summer STEM Academy 2017 Gallery

Highlights from Summer 2016

City School Students Explore Engineering in Two Summer Learning Programs at Barclay School

5th Grade Inventors Camp – Summer 2016

 

Barclay students worked with JHU undergrads during Inventors Camp, 2016.

Barclay students worked with JHU undergrads during the 2016 Barclay Summer STEM Academy.

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