Penn State Abington has a wide variety of youth and teen programs for every interest. The Kids and Teen College at Penn State Abington offers students a fun-filled approach to academic learning during the summer months through camps designed for elementary, middle, and high school students entering grades 3 to 12.
Multi-week discount! Lunch included!
Penn State Abington Kids and Teen College is a fun-filled approach to academic learning during the summer months. We offer summer camp programs for elementary, middle, and high school students (Grades 3-12) on our Abington campus.
Each program is four (4) days long. All programs meet Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted.
The grades listed will indicate the grade the student will be entering in the fall.
Each program includes lunch for the participant from our cafeteria.
Once the schedule is published, please click on the title of each camp to see full descriptions and prices.
Summer 2023 Schedule
Week of June 26-29 (Week 1)
- Youth Police Academy, Grades 6-10
- Personal Finance Workshop and Investments, Grades 9-12
Week of July 10-13 (Week 2)
- Digital Content Creators, Grades 3-5
- Computer Coding Bootcamp, Grades 6-8
- Debate and Public Speaking Workshop, Grades 9-12
Week of July 17-20 (Week 3)
- Young Authors Workshop, Grades 3-5
- Digital Content Creators, Grades 6-8
- College Readiness Workshop, Grades 9-12
Week of July 24-27 (Week 4)
- Minecraft and Roblox, Grades 3-5
- Minecraft and Roblox, Grades 6-8
- Makers Camp, Grades 9-12
Week of July 31-August 3 (Week 5)
- 3D Game Design, Grades 3-5
- Makers Camp, Grades 6-8
- Painting and Drawing Workshop, Grades 9-12
Week of August 7-10 (Week 6)
- Big Innovation Challenge, Grades 3-5
- Big Innovation Challenge, Grades 6-8
- Teen Entrepreneurship Challenge (TEC), Grades 9-12
With high vaccination rates and with guidance from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Penn State has adjusted its COVID-19 mitigation requirements related to face masks. As of March 23, 2022 face masks will be optional in all indoor spaces, except in areas where the law requires them to be worn.