Spring Session 2023 (March 26-April 21): Registration for the Spring Session is open.

Each week of the Spring Session will include daily explorations of the changing world around us as we shift into the spring season. Students will learn about Environmental Sciences while using foundational sciences like Biology, Chemistry, and Physical Sciences. There will be STEM-based hands on activities each day for your students to use to dig into the science of Spring!

  • There will be two different classes available for registration per weekly session- a class for children ages 4 to 6 years old and a class for children 7 to 10 years old.
  • Tuition for the Spring Session will be a weekly rate of $190 for Non-Members and $155 for Members.
  • Lunches will be available for purchase for the week at $40. If lunches are not purchased at the time of registration, lunches can be purchased for $10 a day. For more information about the menu, please see the menu linked on our website.

-Week one registration ends at 11:59 pm CST on March 26th.Week two registration ends at 11:59 pm CST on April 9th. Week three registration ends at 11:59 pm CST on April 16th.

After completing online registration (links below schedule), the Exploreum Academy Guide and Parent Consent Form must be completed and emailed to Savannah Holland at sholland@exploreum.com to reserve your spot.

Day One

4-6 – Students will learn about the growing environment around us as we explore different life cycles and the role of animals and humans in the life cycle on our planet!

7-10 – Save the Bees! Student’s will learn about the anatomy of bees, the diversity of the bee species native to Alabama, and learn how they navigate the skies during the Spring.

Day Two

4-6 – Students will keep an eye on the sky and all the animals that fly around us. Birds, Bats, and Butterflies are some of the critters that will be studied for their means of adapting to the changing world of Spring.

7-10 – Let’s talk about cells! Students will investigate the smallest units of an organism and conduct a series of experiments to understand the relationship between plants and humans.

Day Three

4-6 – From the soil underground to the animals above, life is moving and growing in Spring! Students will learn the ways in which plants bloom, animals awaken their senses, and how the environment warms with the changing of the seasons.

7-10 – Students will investigate creatures of flight and the ways birds, bats, butterflies, and other animals have adapted to life with their human neighbors.

Day Four

4-6 – What’s the buzz? Students will learn all about what it takes to join the bee hive by learning about the ins and outs of our pollinating friends.

7-10 – Students will become environmental engineers as they discover the roots of plant needs and growth, how habitats are arranged in nature, and how to engineer a green house!

Day Five

4-6 – It’s time to be an Earth Day Ninja! Student’s will learn clever ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle and how to be a protector of Earth’s health!

7-10 -Plastic Free 2023! Students will explore new ways to use scientific principles to design create reusable materials and items.


Make sure to sign and submit the web form in addition to your registration. Complete that document by clicking here.

If you have any questions regarding the camp registration process, please contact Savannah Holland at sholland@exploreum.com or at (251) 208-6892.