Please select from the list below.

STEAM Summer Camps

 Our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) Education Camps strive to connect campers with the changing world of technology and allow them to explore the fields of engineering, computer science and mixed media arts.  Our epert teachers leverage project-based learning to ensure students have fun and remain thoroughly engaged, while building proficiency and creating technologies poised to transform society.

With the variety of camp themes and age-specific classes, campers are able to excel in a safe and fun environment.



Ages: 6-14
*ages vary by program 
Dates:  Jul.1 - Aug.23

*program offerings vary weekly - see below for schedule

Time: 9am- 4pm



9am Daily Orientation

9:15am Morning Session 1 (Program Specific Skill Development)

10am Morning Session 2 (Program Specific Projects)

11:30am Lunch

12:15pm Daily Water Park Activities & Rec Sports

1:45pm Afternoon Session (Program Specific Projects & Free Design)

3:45pm Daily Review

4pm Departure
*Activities & times subject to change


  • Critical Thinking & Interactive Learning
  • Computer Skills & Software Development
  • Problem Solving & Creativity
  • Designing & Inventing
  • Computer Coding & Robotics Programming


  • Air Conditioned Computer Labs
  • State-of-the-Art Software & Equipment
  • Projector Based Teaching Stations
  • Recreational Field Space

2024 STEAM Programs - Albany

Minecraft & Roblox Developers

(Ages 6-14) 2 Weekly Sessions: Jul.1-5* & Aug.12-16 (NO CAMP THURSDAYJULY 4th)

• These days, the mainstream world has realized the potential of Minecraft as a tool to inspire a new generation of computer scientists, programmers, and engineers in a world where demand for these fields is growing, and as such many educational aides relating to the game have been developed. LearnToMod’s block-based visual programming language (similar to MIT’s AppInventor) will be used to teach basic programming concepts, such as variables, functions, loops, conditionals, boolean logic, and more through creating modifications to the games Minecraft & Roblox. Students will be able to see the effects of the code they wrote in game, giving them visual feedback to help them learn. 

Director: Coming Soon (see bio below)

STEAM Exploration

 (Ages 7-14) 8 Weekly Sessions: Jul.1- Aug.23 (NO CAMP THURSDAY JULY 4th)

STEAM Exploartion camp is a comprehensive program that will cover a myriad of disciplines from the 'STEAM Education World.'  On a daily basis, campers will be introduced to variety of STEAM disciplines offered by the program director.  New projects and activities within the disciplines will be worked on during the allotted time periods, and our instructors will be on-hand to offer guidance across all subjects.  Activities may include; Robotics, Coding, MakerSpace projects, and more.  Problem solving, critical thinking, and interactive learning will make each week fun and educational for all.
*New activities and projects will be introduced weekly to make each session unique.

Director: Coming Soon (see bio below) 


Art Exploration 

(Ages 7-14) 3 Weekly Sessions: Jul.15-19, Jul.29-Aug.2 & Aug.19-23 

Art Exploration camp opens up the freedom to explore and discover your creative voice.  Participants will be encouraged to develop artistic expression through experimentation with a variety of materials, tools and media.  Campers will explore various painting and drawing techniques and gradually begin to create 3-D sculptures using upcycled materials.  Some examples of project choices include articulating fixtures with corrugated cardboard, paper mace piñatas, African mask-making, and weaving boards, just to name a few.

Director: Coming Soon (see bio below) 




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Our University at Albany programs take place on the charming uptown campus which offers an unrivaled assortment of state-of-the-art facilities comprising computer labs and classrooms to multiple athletic complexes and field spaces.

Programs will be based in and around the Campus Center, offering easy access to classrooms and recreational fields, not to mention ease of transit. 


Campus Center

Our office and nurse’s station are in the Campus Center, located at the heart of the campus and with direct access to our drop-off location. All camp activities take place in and around this facility, which is fully air-conditioned throughout the summer.


Indoor Facilities

· 3 regulation size courts with adjustable basketball hoops, volleyball nets and more in the newly renovated gymnasium.

· Air-conditioned dance studio

· Large auditorium with theater seating

· Modern computer labs

· Classrooms

· Locker rooms

· Game room with pool tables and ping pong tables for rainy days

Outdoor Facilities

· 2 multi-purpose grass fields

· Softball field

· Soccer field

· Lacrosse field

· 3 Outdoor basketball Courts

· 4 Outdoor Tennis Courts


Additional Campus Facilities include the air-conditioned Campus Center Commons Cafeteria, with practice stage and large screen for movie viewing. Campus Center West also houses college classrooms and computer labs, where our STEAM education programs take place. 

Specialty Camp Features include our inflatable water slides featuring our Double Lane Waterslide and  Slip’n’Slide. We also boast a wide variety of outdoor games for campers to enjoy in our Game Tent during monitored free choice activity breaks.


At Future Stars, we take pride in our staff and feel it sets us apart from many others in the camp industry. Our Leadership team brings vast experience working with children, administrating camp programs and procedures, and communicating with parents and families. Our programs are staffed by Coaches, Teachers, Instructors, and Student-Athletes who share a passion for working with children and have experience and know-how in their respective fields.

Brian Rogers (Camp Director)

Brian is the site director for the UAlbany branch of Future Stars. He is a native of the Capital District, having graduated from Shaker High School before acquiring a BA in Mathematics/Computer science from Purchase College and MS in Childhood Education from Sage College of Troy. He currently teaches 5th grade in the Niskayuna School District, as well as being an adjunct professor for HVCC teaching HSE math, bringing well over a decade of experience in the field of education.
Brian is excited to share his passion for and extensive experience in athletics and academics with our campers.
Office Manager:  Kellyn MacClutsky


Health & Wellness
Your child’s safety is our top priority and getting them home just as they arrived is not only up to our coaches, teachers and instructors, but also our medical staff.   Our medical team boasts qualifications and certifications ranging from EMT, RTE, CPR, First Aid and Epi-Pen.  Along with the staff listed below, all of our teachers and coaches hold certifications required by their school districts or organizations.
Health Director: Coming soon... 

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The following information directs visitors to the main entrance of the University on Washington Avenue. You will then want to follow campus directions to University Drive West and turn onto Center Drive West (West Center Dr.).
Follow Center Drive West all the way down to the traffic circle at the end of the road.

From the north

Take the Northway (I-87) south to Exit 1E. Merge onto I-90 east (toward Albany/Boston). Then take Exit 2, and turn left onto Washington Avenue. Get in the right hand lane, the UAlbany’s main entrance will be on your right. 

From the south

Take the New York State Thruway (I-87) north to Exit 24. Merge onto I-90 east (toward Albany/Boston). Then take Exit 2, and turn left onto Washington Avenue. Get in the right hand lane, the UAlbany’s main entrance will be on your right. 

From the east

Take I-90 west to Exit 2. At the first traffic circle, take the third exit onto Fuller Road. At the second traffic circle, take the third exit onto the Washington Avenue ramp and then merge onto Washington Avenue. Get in the right hand lane, the UAlbany’s main entrance will be on your right. 

From the west

Take the New York State Thruway (I-90) east to Exit 24. At the interchange, merge onto I-90 east (toward Albany/Boston). Then take Exit 2, and turn left onto Washington Avenue. Get in the right hand lane, the UAlbany’s main entrance will be on your right.


Summer Camp Address
1400 Wahington Ave
Albany, NY 12222
(Campus Center) 




Who are your staff members?
Our staff comprises coaches, teachers, instructors and collegiate-student athletes who share a passion for working with children and have experience and know-how in their respective fields.

What are the ratios?
Typically, between 8-10:1. Exception is Rising Stars (5:1).

What happens during inclement weather?
Camp still runs as planned. If and when inclement weather mandates we go indoors, we have sufficient indoor space for all camps to carry out their traditional programming.  We don't do 'movie days' at Future Stars Albany.

What happens on really hot days?
Our experienced coaching staff will take mandated and frequent water/shade breaks throughout the day.  Additionally, we will schedule additional indoor air-conditioned time and extended water park time to limit exposure to the intense heat.

What do I send to camp?
Please follow this link for "What To Bring" 

Where is drop-off and pick-up?

Please follow this link for Arrival & Departure Info - coming soon


Can I schedule a tour?
Yes, absolutely.  Call us at 518.940.2267 or email us to schedule a tour today!
Click HERE for our upcoming Open Houses.

Can I switch sessions and/or programs?
Yes. You can do this anytime throughout the summer, pending availability. Our office must be notified on the Friday of the prior week so that we can staff accordingly. We cannot make changes after Monday. Please email us 
with any changes. 

Can I add sessions during the summer?
Yes. You can add sessions anytime, prior to the week you’re looking to enroll, pending availability. The price will be at our current 1-week rate and will not include any previous discounts, aside from our sibling discount.

Do you have a camp nurse?
We have EMT’s and certified athletic trainers. Please see our “Leadership” section for details.

Are programs Co-Ed?
Most programs are co-ed. Please see our individual program pages for details.

How are campers grouped?
For sport specific programs (soccer, basketball, baseball, etc.), campers are grouped by age and ability. For our popular multi-sport program, campers will be grouped mainly by age/grade.

Follow this link to view the NY State Children's Camp Brochure. NY State Children's Camp Brochure

Looking for more info? Click here to visit an extended FAQ section.

Should you still have questions or concerns, please e-mail us at or give us a call 518.940.2267.  We will be happy to help.



Tuition rates are time sensitive. Enrolling early affords families our best rates.  

Summer 2024 programs will run from July 1st to August 23rd. We offer flexible weekly scheduling, and each camp week runs Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.  Early drop-off and late pick-up options are also available for an additional $50 p/week, p/option (7:30am drop-off & up-to 5:30pm pick-up).  Sibling discounts of $25 p/week are added for each sibling after the first child. Team or Group discounts are also available. Please call or email our camp office with any tuition questions. (see tuition schedule below) 

2024 Tuition Schedule 


   All Camp Programs (except where noted)   

 $350/wk (1 or 2 Weeks)  OR  $325 (3+ Weeks)

Rising Stars   

 $350/wk (1 or 2 Weeks)  OR  $325 (3+ Weeks)

  STEAM Education Camps  

 $400/wk (1 or 2 Weeks)  OR  $375 (3+ Weeks)


   All Camp Programs (except where noted)   

 $375/wk (1 or 2 Weeks)  OR  $350 (3+ Weeks)

 Rising Stars

$375/wk (1 or 2 Weeks)  OR  $350 (3+ Weeks)

  STEAM Education Camps  

 $425/wk (1 or 2 Weeks)  OR  $400 (3+ Weeks)

ENROLL FROM FEBRUARY 16th - August 23rd 2024 

     All Camp Programs (except where noted)    

$400/wk (1 or 2 Weeks)  OR  $375 (3+ Weeks)

 Rising Stars  

$400/wk (1 or 2 Weeks)  OR  $375 (3+ Weeks)

  STEAM Education Camps

$450/wk (1 or 2 Weeks)  OR  $425 (3+ Weeks)

-Discounts and add-ons calculated from the above listed rates-
Sibling Discount: -$25/wk/child, after the 1st child
4th of July Discount: -80/wk/child (NO Camp Thursday)
 Early Drop-Off (7:30am earliest): +$50/wk/child
 Late Pick-Up (up to 5:30pm): +$50/wk/child
*Multi-Week Discount (3+ Weeks) is based on each child and is not cumulative per the family. 

-Enrollments after April 1st will be charged in full- 
You may reach out to us at anytime to make payments towards your balance, prior to April 1st

We are happy to set up monthly payment plans for families enrolling in 4+ weeks.
Payments will be automatically charged on pre-planned dates for pre-planned amounts, based on your total balance.
Balances can be split into as many as 6 monthly payments or as little as 2 monthly payments, depending on time of enrollment.
Balances must be paid in full by April 1st.



Helpful Enrollment Information: Enrolling early will ensure you receive our best rates.  Upon your initial enrollment, it is suggested to enroll for the most weeks you think your child(ren) will be attending, so you can take advantage of our lowest rates of the season.

You are not locked into your schedule at time of enrollment, and you can even reduce the number of enrolled weeks to as little as one by April 1st, without penalty, should other summer plans come about. 

Cancellation Policy: Full refunds are available through April 1st.  After April 1st, there are NO refunds for cancellations. You do have the option of switching to another week, pending availability.  You are also able to switch weeks and programs, at no cost, anytime throughout the summer, pending availability. Our office must be notified of any changes on the Friday of the prior week.  We cannot make changes on Monday morning.  If you are planning to change weeks or programs, please let us know as soon as possible, so that we can staff accordingly. 
Any changes must be sent via email to:




Registered campers must bring their own lunch at the Future Stars Albany site. Please pack lunch in a cooler type bag, as there is no refrigeration for lunches. 

There are plenty of filtered water fountains throughout campus, in addition to vending machines should your camper wish to purchase a drink during the day.

We are committed to being a 'nut-free' camp, so please make every effort to avoid packing foods that include nut products.



Water Park

Each day, all programs will have 45 minutes to an hour to cool off and chill out in our designated “Waterpark” and “Game Tent” areas. Campers taking part in our entertaining waterpark activities will change in separate locker rooms for boys and girls and will be accompanied by multiple staff members to make sure they get in and out with no problems. Team members will assist campers when needed, and there are multiple bathroom and shower stalls for privacy.

The Waterpark features “THE BIG KAHUNA” – our inflatable Double Lane Waterslide that kids don’t want to leave and love sliding down over and over again! In addition, we have another "Big Wave" Waterslide, an inflatable Double Lane Slip’n’Slide, and Sprinklers that allow the campers too cool-off and chill-out each day.  We also bring in other inflatables over the summer for additional fun; water slides, obstacle courses, bounch houses.

Our Game Tent area features a GaGa Pit, Ping Pong Tables, Nok Hockey Tables, Bag Toss, Kan Jam, Giant Jenga, Giant Connect 4, Giant Checkers, a Nukem Court and more! We’re always adding new games year-after-year and even break out the inflatable tug-o-war and other fun inflatables throughout that summer.



Stay Connected

As part of the Future Stars Family, we want to be able to share as much as we can of all the fun and learning that is the Future Stars Experience.

Future Stars Social Media is a great way to view summer action shots and videos, as well as staying in the loop year-round for all things Future Stars.

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Follow us on Instagram 

CampMinder/CampInTouch Parent Portal
 - Registered Camp Families can log into their CampInTouch ‘Family Account’ to check on camper forms, get information on their summer schedule, and update credit-card information.
*You cannot change your campers schedule through the parent portal, only add additional weeks.  For schedule changes, please email: 
Link to CampInTouch

You can also check out our Future Stars Albany Digital Brochure Click Here (coming soon)


Future Stars Camp Offices:

We are open to answer phone calls 7:15 AM - 5:30 PM, Monday through Friday, during the camp season. We are located inside the Athletic Center on campus.




Camp Director:
Brian Rogers

Office Manager
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