X-Plore Summer Camp

X-PLORE Summer Camp 2023!

Scholarships are available. Please email xtime.champaign.urbana@gmail.com for details.

Please register below

Session 1: June 5th to 9th, from 9 am to 12 pm, $125

August 7th to August 11th, from 9 am to 12 pm, $125

Suggested Age: 3rd to 6th Grade, with students a year younger or older welcome too!

Come join X-Time this summer to X-PLORE a new interest each day of the week, that will keep your mind and body active! Topics will include science and the environment, music and performing arts, a variety of sports, and more! There will be engaging guest speakers, energetic counselors, hands-on activities, and outdoor time! The camp will be held at Copper Creek Church, conveniently located near Champaign, Urbana, and Savoy. To register, please fill out the form below. X-Time is super excited to see you in person this summer!

Scholarships are available. To learn more about scholarship opportunities, please email xtime.champaign.urbana@gmail.com.

Parent Testimonial:
“X-Time was such a wonderful experience for my sons. They loved the first session so much, they went back for the second session! The camp counselors made it a fun week for all the campers—encouraging learning, playing and messes! We can’t wait to go back next year.” -Angie

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Photos from X-PLORE Summer Camp 2022 and 2023!

Campers explored liquid nitrogen and dry ice with Dr. Paul Braun, Professor of Materials Science & Engineering at the University of Illinois, and enjoyed playing and learning the fundamentals of basketball with Trent Meacham, former Illinois basketball player and international professional player.

Campers enjoyed playing soccer with Illinois Futbol Club (“IFC”) coaches and creating music on homemade drums with Urbana school music teacher Ms. Maurizi. 

Campers dissected owl pellets with University of Illinois Vet  Med students, enjoyed Shakspeare performances with Mrs. Chesser, and kept moving with P.E. teacher Mr. Woodcock. 

Campers built life-sized puppets with Danny Yoerges, puppetry expert at the University of Illinois; played basketball with sports enthusiast Mr. Libman; and created sculptures with Kinetic Sand.

Campers created bouncing polymers with the University of Illinois Women’s Chemistry Committee, and fostered their culinary design skills by decorating cookies.

Campers created graffiti name art with international visual arts teacher Ms. Katrina, and experimented with Academy High science teacher Mrs. Capell. The campers loved watching the chemical reaction of the “elephant toothpaste”!