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We make it our mission to develop leadership skills both on and off the court.

Info & Dates

Join science teacher Chris Lazartic from Aspen Academy and Coach Mike Holloway from Mackintosh Academy for the two best weeks of the summer! This camp combines engaging, STEAM-themed activities with sports activities that will build hand-eye coordination and strength. This year, science activities will include Bristle Bots, crystal growing, Lego-Man waterslides, Egg Olympics, and more! Sports will include soccer, baseball, Frisbee, invasion games, and other team-building exercises. For the past 5 years, we have given our campers the opportunity to do the most fun science experiments and sports activities in an amazing week-long camp!

Boulder Campus: June 12 – June 16

Littleton Campus: June 26 – June 30

Registration & Pricing

Sports & Science Camp is $450 per week per camper, which includes facilities, counselors, and lunch on Friday of camp. Camp starts promptly at 9:00am and ends at 3:30pm daily.

REGISTER FOR LITTLETON

Registration & Pricing

Sports & Science Camp is $450 per week per camper, which includes facilities, counselors, and lunch on Friday of camp. Camp starts promptly at 9:00am and ends at 3:30pm daily.

REGISTER FOR BOULDER

Camp Itinerary

9:00am – 9:30am – Campers arrive, check in and meet with their team to tackle the daily challenge. The Camp Director will give a welcome speech once everyone arrives that outlines the rules and expectations for the week. Everyone will participate in introductions and join in on a little icebreaker game.

9:30am – 10:50am – Science / Sports Split Session. Campers will participate in either a science or sports activity such as rollercoaster building or baseball. Campers are grouped by age.

10:55am –  11:25am – Choice Time. Campers can participate in a group activity outside such as kickball or groundies.

11:30am – 12:10pm – Lunch.

12:10pm – 1:40pm – Science / Sports Split Session. Campers will participate in either a science or sports activity such as catapult building or disc golf. Campers are grouped by age.

1:40pm – 2:10pm – Free Time. Campers can relax, snack, and just hang out.

2:10pm – 2:55pm – Team Time. Campers engage in leadership discussions, participate in role playing team building, and get ready for their team events.

2:55pm – 3:25pm – Team Olympic Event. Campers get back together with their teams to test their new knowledge in fun challenges like relay races, trivia, and more!

3:30pm – Dismissal.

9:00am – 9:15am – Campers arrive, check in and meet with their team to tackle the daily challenge. The Camp Director will give a welcome speech once everyone arrives that outlines the rules and expectations for the week. Everyone will participate in introductions and join in on a little icebreaker game.

9:15am – 10:50am – Science / Sports Split Session. Campers will participate in either a science or sports activity such as geocaching or dodgeball. Campers are grouped by age.

10:55am –  11:25am – Choice Time. Campers can participate in a group activity outside – campers vote!

11:30am – 12:10pm – Lunch.

12:10pm – 1:40pm – Science / Sports Split Session. Campers will participate in either a science or sports activity such as bridge building or soccer. Campers are grouped by age.

1:40pm – 2:10pm – Free Time. Campers can relax, snack, and just hang out.

2:10pm – 2:55pm – Team Time. Campers engage in leadership discussions, participate in role playing team building, and get ready for their team events.

2:55pm – 3:25pm – Team Olympic Event. Campers get back together with their teams to test their new knowledge in fun challenges like improve, trivia, and more!

3:30pm – Dismissal.

9:00am – 9:15am – Campers arrive, check in and meet with their team to tackle the daily challenge. The Camp Director will give a welcome speech once everyone arrives that outlines the rules and expectations for the week. Everyone will participate in introductions and join in on a little icebreaker game.

9:00am – 10:50am – Science / Sports Split Session. Campers will participate in either a science or sports activity such as egg olympics or capture the flag. Campers are grouped by age.

10:55am –  11:25am – Choice Time. Campers can participate in a group activity outside such as cooperative games or wiffleball.

11:30am – 12:10pm – Lunch.

12:10pm – 1:40pm – Science / Sports Split Session. Campers will participate in either a science or sports activity such as boat building or lacrosse. Campers are grouped by age.

1:40pm – 2:10pm – Free Time. Campers can relax, snack, and just hang out.

2:10pm – 2:55pm – Team Time. Campers engage in leadership discussions, participate in role playing team building, and get ready for their team events.

2:55pm – 3:25pm – Team Olympic Event. Campers get back together with their teams to test their new knowledge in fun challenges like relay races, trivia, and more!

3:30pm – Dismissal.

9:00am – 9:15am – Campers arrive, check in and meet with their team to tackle the daily challenge. The Camp Director will give a welcome speech once everyone arrives that outlines the rules and expectations for the week. Everyone will participate in introductions and join in on a little icebreaker game.

9:15am – 10:50am – Science / Sports Split Session. Campers will participate in either a science or sports activity such as rollercoaster building or baseball. Campers are grouped by age.

10:55am –  11:25am – Choice Time. Campers can participate in a group activity outside such as kickball or groundies.

11:30am – 12:10pm – Lunch.

12:10pm – 1:40pm – Science / Sports Split Session. Campers will participate in either a science or sports activity such as catapult building or disc golf. Campers are grouped by age.

1:40pm – 2:10pm – Free Time. Campers can relax, snack, and just hang out.

2:10pm – 2:55pm – Team Time. Campers engage in leadership discussions, participate in role playing team building, and get ready for their team events.

2:55pm – 3:25pm – Team Olympic Event. Campers get back together with their teams to test their new knowledge in fun challenges like relay races, trivia, and more!

3:30pm – Dismissal.

9:00am – 9:15am – Campers arrive, check in and meet with their team to tackle the daily challenge. The Camp Director will give a welcome speech once everyone arrives that outlines the rules and expectations for the week. Everyone will participate in introductions and join in on a little icebreaker game.

9:15am – 10:50am – Science / Sports Split Session. Campers will participate in either a science or sports activity such as rollercoaster building or baseball. Campers are grouped by age.

10:55am –  11:25am – Choice Time. Campers can participate in a group activity outside such as kickball or groundies.

11:30am – 12:10pm – Lunch. PIZZA PARTY!

12:10pm – 1:40pm – Science / Sports Split Session. Campers will participate in either a science or sports activity such as catapult building or disc golf. Campers are grouped by age.

1:40pm – 2:10pm – Free Time. Campers can relax, snack, and just hang out.

2:10pm – 2:55pm – Team Time. Campers engage in leadership discussions, participate in role playing team building, and get ready for their team events.

2:55pm – 3:25pm – Team Olympics Awards!

3:30pm – Dismissal.

Have questions?

Check below to see if we have answers – or get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.

Where is Sports & Science Camp?
Sports & Science Camp is held at Mackintosh Academy – either at the Littleton campus or the Boulder campus.
Can friends and family members visit students?
Family and friends are welcome to enjoy prearranged short visits with students. Visitors are asked to be mindful that campers have busy schedules and activities throughout the facilities. Frequent or lengthy visits make it difficult for campers to take advantage of the activities available to them or fully immerse themselves in the camp experience.
What kind of adult supervision does Lazer Leaders provide?
Lazer Leaders provides a Camp Director, Chris Lazartic, and a Camp Administrator, as well as Assistant Camp Directors who are made up of Aspen Academy and Mackintosh Academy employed certified teachers and Counselors who are alumni students. While the duties of each position vary, the safety and well-being of campers is a responsibility that is shared by all staff.
Can my child have a cell phone, laptop computer or iPod at camp?
Lazer Leaders camps are busy and intense programs of a quality that is best experienced without the distraction of electronics; we recommend leaving them at home if they are not needed. In the event of an emergency, Lazer Leaders staff will provide telephone access to campers. In the event of an emergency at home, parents can reach campers through the Camp Director at 302.740.9153. Laptops are not allowed. Students are allowed to use iPods and other portable audio players at their own risk.
What does Lazer Leaders do for homesick campers?
It is not uncommon for kids of all ages to miss home during their overnight rafting trip, especially if they are on their first extended trip away from home. The staff is trained to identify when students are having difficulty and to help them enjoy their experience.
Are lunches, snacks or meals provided?
There are no lunches, snacks or meals provided during Sports and Science camp, with the exception of Friday Pizza Party. Campers are responsible for bringing a packed lunch and personal snacks. We also recommend that they bring a water bottle, which can be filled at the many water fountains throughout the facilities.
Do campers have to wear uniforms?
Camp teeshirts are provided for each camper. However, we recognize that it may not be possible for campers to wear their camp teeshirt every day of camp. Camp teeshirts are preferred, but not required. If you would like to purchase additional shirts, please inform the Camp Director.
Are there waivers and forms to fill out?
Yes. Lazer Leaders requires a medical assessment and release form, as well as waivers for the company and contracted provider(s). In the weeks leading up to camp, you will be emailed a set of forms to complete with detailed instructions. Forms are required to be either emailed, mailed, or delivered in person prior to the camp start date in order for your camper(s) to be eligible to participate.
What's the cancellation or refund policy?
We want to make sure you’re completely satisfied, so we’ll do our very best to honor any cancellation or refund requests. You may cancel for any reason with a full refund with up to 30 days notice prior to camp start date. Within 30 days notice, we must cover the deposit costs of the trip so we will process any remaining amount after our expenses have been deducted from the price (i.e. whitewater deposit, van rental deposit, teeshirt, etc). Campers sent home from camp due to a disciplinary policy are not eligible for any refunds.

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