UTSA offers range of summer camps for children and teens

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UTSA science camp

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(May 27, 2014) -- This summer, UTSA will offer science, engineering, architecture, archaeology, sports, music, writing and language, music and culture camps for children and teens. In a camp, a student can build a robot, design a building, dig for artifacts or improve a skill in sports, music or writing. Or, they can learn about weather, aviation or chemistry.

Ranging in cost from $115 to $650, some camps are daylong programs, and others last a week or two. But, each session offers participants the chance to have fun, make friends and learn something new.

>> Visit the UTSA Summer Camps website with links to find the camp that's just right for your child.

Parents can follow links to the various camp websites and register their children for camp. The sites include contact information, camp descriptions and information on the availability of each session.