Education

Summer Learning Institute

The annual Summer Learning Institute focuses on art, science, and history, with many integrated learning experiences for our students. All classes are taught by education professionals with many years of teaching experience. The Museum of Arts & Sciences and our Charles and Linda Williams Children's Museum provide interactive and engaging experiences for each of our Summer Learning Institute students.

2022 SLI Registration

Online registration for the 2022 Summer Learning Institute is now closed. Please call the Museum to inquire about class openings or to be added to a waitlist. 

 

Click Here to Register Online

 

SLI 2022

Download our Program Guide

  SLI Program Consent and Medical Forms

Classes No Longer Available

Ages 5 and 6 Years Old
Classes for this age group are sold out online.
Please call the Museum to inquire about any cancellations.

Art City | Week 1 - June 13-17 AM
King of All LEGOs | Week 1 - June 13-17 PM
Dinosaur Adventure | Week 2 - June 20-24 AM
Amazing Animal Adventure | Week 2 - June 20-24 PM
I Want to Be a Scientist | Week 3 - June 27-July 1 AM
Backyard Naturalist | Week 3 - June 27-July 1 PM
Paint, Print, and Splatter | Week 5 - July 11-15 AM
Digging Up Bones | Week 5 - July 11-15 PM
Digging Up Bones | Week 5 - July 11-15 PM
A Pirate's Life | Week 6 - July 18-22 AM
Make Me a Rembrandt | Week 6 - July 18-22 PM
Science Professor | Week 7 - July 25-29 AM 
Let's Be Builders | Week 7 - July 25-29 PM
Space Cats | Week 8 - August 1-5 AM
Academy of the Seas | Week 8 - August 1-5 PM

 

Ages 7, 8 and 9 Years Old
Classes for this age group are sold out online.
Please call the Museum to inquire about any cancellations.

Time Scavenger | Week 1 - June 13-17 AM
Science Funtastic | Week 1 - June 13-17 PM
LEGO Big Shot | Week 2 - June 20-24 AM
Planet Ocean | Week 2 - June 20-24 PM
Mission Space | Week 3 - June 27-July 1 AM
Artology | Week 3 - June 27-July 1 PM
Time Tunnel | Week 5 - July 11-15 AM
Science Big Shot | Week 5 - July 11-15 PM
It's Rocket Science | Week 6 - July 18-22 AM
Chemistry Wiz | Week 6 - July 18-22 PM
Camp Cretaceous | Week 7 - July 25-29 AM
LEGO Empire | Week 7 - July 25-29 PM
Wild About Wildlife | Week 8 - August 1-5 AM
Hidden Wonders of the Universe | Week 8 - August 1-5 PM

 

Ages 10, 11, 12 and 13 Years Old

LEGO Build-A-Thon | Week 1 - June 13-17 AM
Science Chaos | Week 1 - June 13-17 PM
Mad Professor | Week 2 - June 20-24 AM
Maker Exploration | Week 3 - June 27-July 1 AM
Advanced Chess | Week 3 - June 27-July 1 PM
Claymation Movie Making | Week 5 - July 11-15
CSI Daytona | Week 6 - July 18-22 AM
Classic Games | Week 6 - July 18-22 PM
Short Movie Making | Week 7 - July 25-29
Comic Book Creation | Week 8 - August 1-5 AM
Sensational Science | Week 8 - August 1-5 PM

 

Class Pricing:

MOAS Member Pricing

1/2 Day Class: $95.00
Full Day Class: $190.00

Non-Member Pricing

1/2 Day Class: $105.00
Full Day Class: $210.00 

Extended Care Program (4:00pm-5:30pm)

$25.00 per week

 

For More Information or Questions:

Contact MOAS Education Associate, Nicole Messervy at 386-255-0285 ext. 313 or nicolem@moas.org
or MOAS Education Program Coordinator, John Herman at 386-255-0285 ext. 312 or groupinfo@moas.org

 

SLI COVID-19 Guidelines

  • Campers must wear masks while in public spaces.
  • No sharing of equipment.
  • We recommend bringing your own water bottle. 
  • We have plenty of hand sanitizing stations throughout the Children's Museum and classrooms, but campers may bring their own.
  • Classrooms will be cleaned and sanitized throughout the day.
  • Please keep your camper home if they are sick.
  • Call the Museum if your camper is not able to attend for the day.

Acceptance of Risk in Relation to COVID-19

COVID-19 has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization and is extremely contagious and believed to spread from person to person contact.

The Museum of Arts & Sciences has put in place preventative measures following CDC recommendations to reduce the spread of Covid-19. We recommend all guests to self-check prior to entering the museum checking for COVID-19 symptoms such as but not limited to:

  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fever/Chills
  • Muscle Pain
  • Sore Throat
  • New loss of taste or smell
 

Interested in Volunteering for this Year's SLI?

This is a temporary volunteer position that assists the Education Department and SLI teachers with supervising children between the ages of 5 and 13, clean-up and various class projects. This is the ONLY MOAS volunteer position available for those as young as 14 years old. The hours are flexible and vary depending on the classes. To apply, fill out a volunteer application and send to monica@moas.org

 

Thank you to our 2022 Scholarship Sponsors

Richard Cannizzaro and Nancy Nance
Daytona Beach Racing and Card Club
Florida Power and Light
Guild of the Museum of Arts & Sciences
Barbara Wilsey