2023 Annual Summer Camp Guide | Education/STEM

2023 Annual

Summer Camp Guide


American Sign Language | Credit: Courtesy

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American Sign Language (ASL)

This summer camp is a fun and engaging way to learn ASL to communicate with the deaf community or prepare for future language class requirements.
Ages 9-14. Tucker’s Grove Park, 4800 Cathedral Oaks Rd.; and Stevens Park, 258 Canon Dr. Call (818) 515-6593 or email aslinsb@gmail.com.

Bizzy Girls Entrepreneurship Camp

Girls will enjoy hands-on lessons in business concepts, sales, and marketing to develop their own product line.
Ages 6-12. Carrillo Recreation Center, 100 E. Carrillo St. Call (805) 564-5418 or email Camps@SantaBarbaraCA.gov.

College Application Workshop at

California Learning Center

Learn about the college application process and how to write your essays. Four days of motivation and hard work.
Ages 16-20. California Learning Ctr., 3324 State St., Ste. L. Call (805) 563-1579 or email wendi@clcsb.com.

Farm to Table Summer Camp

Spend the summer on a 2.4-acre farm plot in the perfect mixture of summer camp and summer school, working on core subjects of English, language arts, math, history, science, and arts.
Ages 5-12. 5885 Carpinteria Ave., Carpinteria. Call (805) 314-4013 or email admin@lanternsglobal.com.

French Summer Camp

Learn French while having fun.
Ages 5-9. 715 W. Valerio St. Call (805) 420-7896 or email excusemyfrenchclass@gmail.com.


Following a curriculum designed by engineers, campers will have fun exploring concepts in physics, architecture, and engineering.
Ages 6-12. MacKenzie Park Center, 3111 State St. Call (805) 564-5418 or email Camps@SantaBarbaraCA.gov.

Math Camp at S.B. Family School

A fun, hands-on exploration of creative mathematics with weekly themes for kids who enjoy math, led by an experienced math team coach.
Grades 4-10. North Goleta. Call (805) 680-9950 or email camps@sbfamilyschool.com.


Designed to engage campers in science and engineering, MOXI Camp nurtures campers’ creativity, curiosity, and critical thinking.
Grades 1-6. MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation, 125 State St. Call (805) 770-5000 or email sales@moxi.org.

Presidio Archaeology Camp

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Learn how archaeologists study and interpret clues to reconstruct Santa Barbara’s history by excavating the Spanish fort founded in 1782.
Ages 10-15. El Presidio de Santa Bárbara State Historic Park, 123 E. Canon Perdido St. Call (805) 961-5374 or email sarah@sbthp.org.

Read and Shine — All Ages Library Program

Celebrate reading and learning with free programs, reading logs, lots of ways to participate, and all kinds of fun!
All ages. Central, Eastside, and Montecito libraries and the Library on the Go outreach van. Call (805) 962-7653 or email youthservices@santabarbaraca.gov.

SBHS Computer Science Academy

Creative Computing Camp: Art and Design

Learn to create digital art and animations through code with fun and
engaging activities taught by SBHS Computer Science Academy students.
Entering grades 7-8. CS Academy, S.B. High School, Rm. 26, 700 E. Anapamu St. Call (805) 966-9101 x5027 or email dcisneros@sbunified.org.

Smart College Admission

Applying to College Workshops

Jump-start your college search with practical advice on financial aid, how to create a college list, and essay writing!
Grades 11-12. S.B. and Goleta. Call (805) 968-6681 or email Holly@SmartCollegeAdmission.com.


SPARK uses voice and movement as a medium for whole-person development. We foster team dynamics, diversity of thought, and creativity — a critical skill set for communities and workplaces of the future.
Ages 7-17. 820 N. Fairview Ave., Goleta. Call (805) 705-2287 or email mpaguilar2@gmail.com.

STEAM Academy for Girls

Science projects, computer coding and animation, robotics, and engineering. Enjoy using math, art, and science daily.
Ages 10-13. Gateway Educational Services, 185 S. Patterson Ave., Ste. E. Call (805) 895-1153 or email info@gatewayeducationalservices.org.

STEM Center U.S.A. Summer Camp

Our STEM camps will give students not just hands-on learning but also a fun and social week at UCSB.
Ages 8-14. UCSB. Call (800) 433-6060 or email academics@ussportscamps.com.

Terrific Scientific STEAM Camps 2023

One-week themed camps in science, coding, engineering, digital games, and robotics.
Grades K-8. Bishop Diego School, 4000 La Colina Rd.; and Foothill Elementary School, 711 Ribera Dr. Call (805) 570-5599 or email ozwicke@terrificscientific.org.

UCSB’s Summer Literacy Experience

Children will develop core skills by using their imaginations to engage in creative projects that involve reading, writing, and/or making. 
Ages 6-12. Graduate School of Education, UCSB. Call (805) 893-7905 or email education-readingclinic@ucsb.edu.

Urban Farm Camp 2023

Outdoor educational garden-themed classes touching on botany, entomology, nutrition, and environmental stewardship. Nutritious lunches included daily. Limited scholarships available!
Ages 6-12. The Terrace Foundation, 649 Pilgrim Terrace Dr. Call (805) 451-5386 or email ccadwell@theterracefoundation.org.


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