Capitol City STEM

Spend the Summer with Science!

Specifics about our Summer Camp and our COVID Safety Protocols


  • ALL Camps cost $595 for each full day weekly session, 8:30-5:30pm. Payment options include Check, PayPal, Venmo, and Cash App. You will be prompted to pay during registration

  • We will have 3 camp councilors on staff with at least 2 adults on duty at all times

  • We will have programs for kids in grades 1st through 8th! The campers will work on their own separate projects based on their age and progression.

  • Full camp payment is required to hold your spot. See Refund policies below.

  • Camp will be held at our House: 2846 Belair Pl NE 20018.

  • CCS is Insured, Licensed, and Permitted by DCRA.

  • Program capacity is limited to only 12 campers on 2 floors. Sign up Now!

  • Capacity will change depending on the state of the pandemic entering the summer

  • Camp begins at 9am and ends at 5pm. We will accept campers as early as 830 and keep them as late as 530 to give parents time after work for pickup. THERE IS NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR EXTENDED DAYS.

  • Campers are hungry – ALWAYS HUNGRY! We have a lot of physical and mental activities. We build, play, and run. We will have at least 60 minutes of play in the park and will have time in the pool, if weather permits! Please pack a hefty lunch and some hearty snacks. If you want to bring a snack to keep here for the week, please do!

  • Every morning starting at 9am, we will have silent reading for 30 minutes. I have a nice collection of books, but feel free to pack a few of your kid's favorites, just in case. At around 5pm, there will be "free time." Campers love this time and are free to play until they are picked up. They usually play games together. I do not promote screen abstinence, but if you do, I can definitely find other things for them to do! Just let me know.

  • Physical contact or harmful words are prohibited. I may have to contact you if harmful behavior persists.

  • The Camp is not peanut free

  • The camp is residence of 2 cats who will not be present during camp hours

  • For pictures of the camp, follow CCS social media on the link at the bottom of this page.


CCS COVID Protocols (as of 5/25/22)

All adult counselors will be required to have completed a full regiment of vaccinations at least one week before their first day at camp.

Campers will be asked to use hand sanitizer when they arrive and regularly throughout the day.

Indoor activities will be set-up with appropriate distance between each seated child. 

Masks will be worn at all times during the day. We understand that masks are not possible at all times, especially during lunch. We will also have extra masks available if your child needs one. ​This action will be adjusted according to recommendations from the CDC and regulations from DC government.

We will keep home capacity at the number to 10 campers on two full floors. ​This number will be adjusted after recommendations from the CDC and regulations from DC government.

Disclaimer:​ Please be aware that Capitol City STEM will make every effort to practice safety related to the Covid-19 pandemic. We have been on operation continuously since March 2020 without a single transmission. That being said, we cannot 100% guarantee or accept liability related to its transmission.

Refunds: Capitol CIty STEM Summer Camps (CCSC) Policy: Families may request a refund 30 days prior to opening for a refund of 495. No refund will be issued with a shorter than thirty days notice from the first day of enrollment.  If CCSC cancels camp due to COVID concerns prior to the first day of enrollment, a full refund will be issued. In the event of a possible COVID infection, the camp will be shut down without an option for a refund or credit.

Summer Camp Kids



I liked the variety in activities and the warm environment. My child said he felt like he was part of Mike's family.


The camp was amazing! The kids were never bored and learned valuable information daily.


My daughter was happy and engaged. She enjoyed the hands-on projects and the size of the group.


I liked that my daughter loved the camp. She had little experience with robotics and I wasn’t sure this was a good fit for her. I was so wrong. Everyday she talked enthusiastically about what she learned and what she planned to accomplish the next day.