Future Stars STEAM Education Camps aim to engage campers in a series of innovative subject areas encompassing the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics.
Future Stars STEAM Education programs address these components, and strives to foster the maker mentality.
Technology helps us communicate, Math is the language, Science and Engineering are the process for thinking, and Art helps merge form with the function. All of these lead to innovation.
Project based learning affords campers the opportunity to excel at their own pace. From introductory activities to more advanced assignments, there's something for everyone.
STEAM Education programs/subject areas include - but are not limited to - Battlebots, 3D Design & Printing, Coding Concepts, Engineering Projects, LEGO Robotics, Video Game Design, and more!
A balanced day of skill building, project work, and supplemental activities ensures campers have a perfect blend of instruction and fun!
Grades: 3-9 (coed)
Dates: June.26 - Aug.18
8 Weekly Sessions
Time: 9am - 4pm
Extended Hours Available
9:00am Daily Orientation
9:15am STEAM (Skill Acquisition)
10:15am STEAM (Program Based)
11:15am Immerse & Innovate
1:15pm Recreaton Swim and/or Gametime
2:15pm STEAM (Design Time) & Cooperative Games
3:45pm Daily Review & Departure
STEAM Education 2023 Program Schedule
STEAM Exploration Camp - June.26 - July.7 & Aug.7 - Aug.18 (4 Weekly Sessions)
3D Printing & Design Camp - July.10 - July.14 (1 Weekly Session)
LEGO Robotics Camp - July.17 - July.21 (1 Weekly Session)
Video Game Design Camp - July.24 - July.28 (1 Weekly Session
Battlebots Camp - July.31 - August.4 (1 Weekly Session)
STEAM Education Staff
We take great pride in our staff. All programs are overseen by directors who are qualified and experienced adult professionals in their field and are passionate about working with children. Assistant coaches, teachers, and instructors ensure an outstanding team of staff members for our campers. Together, our staff strive to ensure a safe and welcoming environment to help our campers build skills, character, and friendships.
David graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1999 and brings over 20 years of experience in summer camps, coaching, and youth sports. David is a full-time employee of Future Stars Summer Camps, and proud father of his son and daughter.
Additional Future Stars staff also hold First Aid, RTE, CPR, and Epi-Pen certifications, and are on-site during camp hours every day during the summer to help take care of our campers.
The College at Old Westbury, is a wooded 600 acre campus centrally located in Long Island's Gold Coast in Nassau County. Conveniently located on Rt.107, minutes from the LIE (Rt.495), Jericho Tpke (Rt.25), and Northern Blvd (Rt.25A).
The College at Old Westbury athletics department sponsors 12 NCAA DIII intercollegiate teams participating in the Skyline Conference. Future Stars utilize the collegiate athletics facilities, as well as additional campus facilities for all programs.Future Stars are the only summer camp program on campus during the summer with exclusive use of the following facilities:
OUTDOOR facilities include: Woodlands Intramural Field (Grass), Panthers Practice Field (Grass), Basketball Courts, and more.
Clark Athletic Center INDOOR facilities include: Multiple Gymnasiums, Swimming Pool, Yoga & Dance Rooms, Plyometric Rooms, Panther Pride Recreation Area, and more.
Additional campus facilities include; Air-Conditioned Cafeteria, Recital Hall, Classrooms, Computer Labs, and more.
Additional camp features include; Inflatable Slip’n’Slide, GaGa Ball Pit, Inflatable Panna Court, Soccer/Disc Golf, Games Zone and more.
Horseability facilities for Horseback Riding Camp include: Three Outdoor Riding Arenas, 1 Indoor Riding Arena, Ample Paddock Space, Stables, Indoor Classroom, and more.
The College at Old Westbury is a wooded 600 acre campus centrally located in Long Island's Gold Coast in Nassau County. Conveniently located on Rt.107, minutes from the LIE (Rt.495), Jericho Tpke (Rt.25), and Northern Blvd (Rt.25A).
Campus Address: 223 Store Hill Road, Old Westbury NY 11568
*Please note this is the service road of the LIE (Rt.495) and will take you onto campus through what is known as Service Gate B or C
*Future Stars Summer Camps are located by the Clark Athletic Center, which is signposted when on campus and can also be entered on a GPS App.
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Tuition/Rates are time sensitive.
We recommend families enroll early to take advantage of our best rates, and to lock in camp placement.
Summer 2023 offers Eight (8) Weekly Sessions from June.26 - August.18.
Flexible Weekly Scheduling.
Camps run Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.
Extended Hours Available. (Early Drop-Off from 8am) and/or (Late Pick-Up to 5:30pm).
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Future Stars have exclusive use of The College at Old Westbury Swimming Pool during the summer camp season.
The swimming pool is indoors and heated.
The swimming pool is maintained by The College at Old Westbury Athletics Department, and has a Certified Pool Operator (CPO) on-site throughout the summer camp season.
Campers have a 'Daily Recreational Swim'. Locker Rooms and Changing Areas are available for Boys & Girls, and campers are supervised by our staff throughout to ensure a smooth transition.
Future Stars Aquatics staff are on-site throughout the summer camp season. Pool and camper safety is a primary concern, and pool 'rules and procedures' are presented weekly to all campers who use the pool.
Aquatics staff possess numerous certifications - including but not limited to - Nassau County DOH Lifeguard, WSI, Lifeguard Management, ARC First-Aid, and ARC CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer'.
Every Monday 'new' campers, are swim "tested" to determine swim level and ability, with regular buddy checks taken by our aquatics staff.
Campers also have a daily 'cool-off' and 'chill-out' period utilizing our Future Stars 'Waterpark & Game Area'
The 'Waterpark' features an inflatable Waterslide, Slip'n'Slide, and Sprinklers to keep campers cool and refreshed.
The 'Game Area' features many outdoor backyard games as well as table & strategy game options. We look to add new options and fun games throughout the summer to give campers a variety of activities during this period of the day as they cool-off and chill-out before their afternoon periods.
Campers can bring a packed lunch from home OR can join our weekly lunch program for an additional cost.
Chartwells are the food service provider year-round for The College at Old Westbury, and have a full-time professional staff dedicated to culinary delights and food safety.
In addition to the lunch program, campers have access to water stations to stay hydrated throughout the camp day, and all campers receive a daily afternoon snack.
Downloadable Summer Lunch Program Flyer - Click Here
Door-to-Door Transportation will be available to Future Stars Old Westbury - for an additional p/camper cost - this summer from the surrounding area / select zip-codes.
Future Stars partner with a leading transportation on Long Island, to offer the highest level of safety and service for camp families who would like to add the optional bus transportation.
All vehicles used for Future Stars are air-conditioned and are the 'smaller' school buses with seat belts available for all passengers.
All drivers are qualified and experienced professionals, exceeding all requirements pursuant to NY State Law and guidelines.
Future Stars summer sessions are weekly, so as the enrollment changes week-to-week, the bus routes also change week-to-week.
Transportation must be added NO LATER than Ten (10) days prior to the start of a camp session.
Registered families who add the transportation option, will receive additional details via e-mail prior to - and during - the summer.
Any questions regarding summer transportation please contact the camp office
*Door-to-Door Transportation for Summer 2023 currently available in the following zip-codes; 11568 (Old Westbury) | 11020, 11021, 11023 (Great Neck) | 11030 (Manhasset) | 11040 (New Hyde Park) | 11050 (Port Washington) | 11501 (Mineola) | 11507 (Albertson) | 11514 (Carle Place) | 11542 (Glen Cove) | 11545 (Brookville/Glen Head) | 11548 (Greenvale)) | 11554 (East Meadow) | 11560 (Locust Valley) | 11576 (Roslyn) | 11577 (Roslyn Heights) | 11579 (Sea Cliff) | 11590 (Westbury) | 11596 (Williston Park) | 11753 (Jericho) | 11756 (Levittown) | 11801 (Hicksville)
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Future Stars Parent Portal - Registered Camp Families can log in to their CampInTouch 'Family Account' to check on camper forms, get information on their summer schedule, and update credit-card information.
Link to CampInTouch Parent Portal
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