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Edge on Science

Educational programs, Science and nature camps, Day camps
Southern New Hampshire University, 2500 N. River Road Manchester, NH 03106
(315) 773-5673

Edge on Science has camp locations in Beverly, Newton & Weston, MA and Manchester, NH.

Grades 4 – 12

Edge on Science is a place where your child has the freedom to explore applied science and engineering, where individual and team projects make it a hands-on experience. Your instructor, an engineer, scientist or scholar, challenges you.

Choose from these different week-long, day programs, at colleges and universities: Catapult Engineering, Bridge Building, Drone & Code, Drone Makerspace, Galileo’s Astronomy, Hydraulics Makerspace, Microscope Adventures, Super Science Sampler and Whales n’ Things.

Lead Instructors who know their stuff
An engineer, scientist or scholar challenges your child.

Individual attention
A low instructor & assistant to child ratio of 7:1 allows us to customize your child’s experience!

Advance skills
Gain academic momentum while making new friends and having fun!

Explore applied science and engineering
Summer is a great time to try out something new or pursue a current interest.

Establish a track record of accomplishment
Colleges look for consistency in pursuits and achievement.

Teacher, Connell Cloyd, M.Ed. says,
“My greater education was from summer enrichment, because it took me to another level.”

Parent, Rondalyn Whitney says,
“Edge on Science takes science off the page and puts it into the hands of your child.”

And mom, Anita Raman says,
“My boys came home full of ideas and eager to return the next day. Hydraulics was unlike any other camp they’ve been to – in the best possible way.”

Lorraine Olendzeski, mom, on Catapult Engineering…
“Catapult Engineering is non-stop, hands-on physics fun with a medieval flair. The kids got to work on their building, teamwork and critical thinking skills without even realizing it.”

Parent commenting on Drone & Code
“My son has successfully learned how to program a drone. He has learned critical skills, such as, debugging and troubleshooting.”