UAB Summer Camps
The University of Alabama at Birmingham hosts several summer camps on campus each year. Presented by UAB departments and groups, the camps offer fun activities for children and easy and convenient choices for parents. Check this page for updates and camps added as they become available.
Through summer writing camps, writing contests, and initiatives with classroom teachers, the Red Mountain Writing Project is inspiring the next generation of writers.
Every day, students will work closely with nationally acclaimed novelists, essayists, and poets, all of whom have extensive teaching experience.
Think scientific research or medicine might be for you? Check it out here as you learn to fight viruses, create vaccines and play with DNA!
ArtPlay’s award-winning visual arts camp offers classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, crafts and more.
Each day offers a new discovery, and at the end of camp, participants can celebrate with their very own art show.
This camp is a great opportunity for young actors. In this camp, participants will enjoy a week of intensive classes in improvisation, musical theater dance, voice, character development, acting and auditioning.
They will learn theater games, improvisation, warm-ups, dance, vocal exercises, voice and diction, terminology, acting, and stage production, all while developing a character and rehearsing for a full staged musical production.
Campers will learn theater games, improvisation, warm-ups, dance, vocal exercises, voice and diction, terminology, acting, and stage production, all while developing a character and rehearsing for a full staged musical production.
Students and parents choose from a variety of weeklong camps that explore everything from physical science, basics of the human body, and outdoor camps where students learn about plants, animals and the environment.
Students spend a week discovering the secrets of metals, ceramics, plastics and composites.
PhysicsBridge provides area eighth-grade graduates with an exciting experience in optics, lasers and light by conducting hands-on experiments.
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