Summer Enrichment Camp - Camp Invention
Camp Invention is a nationally recognized non-profit summer enrichment program for students in first through fifth grade. Each year, education experts develop a new curriculum with stimulating, customized activities that are child-centered and focused on creative thinking. The Camp Invention program is based on credible research and designed with direct influence from world-changing inventors. The camp program is aligned with educational standards designed to meet the needs of primary students. The Camp Invention support team provides teachers with ongoing assistance and coaching every step of the way, ensuring students will learn valuable life lessons that contribute to college and career readiness. Camp Invention is by invitation for NEISD students only.
Coker site is for these schools: Castle Hills, Coker, Hidden Forest, Harmony Hills, Las Lomas, Thousand Oaks, & Wetmore.
Huebner site is for these schools: Canyon Ridge, Hardy Oak, Huebner, Stone Oak, Vineyard Ranch & Wilderness Oak.
Redland Oaks site is for these schools: Bulverde Creek, Cibolo Green, Encino Park, Redland Oaks, Roan Forest, & Tuscany Heights.
Royal Ridge site is for the following schools: Camelot, El Dorado
Montgomery, Royal Ridge, Walzem, & Windcrest.
Northwood site is for these schools: Clear Spring, East Terrell Hills, Northwood, Oak Grove, Regency Place, Serna, & Wilshire.
Longs Creek site is for the following schools: Fox Run, Longs Creek, Northern Hills, Stahl, Steubing Ranch, & Woodstone.
Oak Meadow site is for the following schools: Colonial Hills, Dellview, Jackson Keller, Larkspur, Oak Meadow, Olmos, & Ridgeview.