Camp SOAR is a highly interactive and hands-on experience for rising 4th – 7th graders. Our camp’s focus will revolve around four tracks of engagement that are interwoven by connecting the dots between the past generation to the challenges of today.
This camp truly reflects the NAEC mission to Honor the Past, Empower the Future by providing an experience your child won’t be able to stop talking about.
Tracks of Engagement
- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) introduces campers to the science of aerospace through hands-on activities and team challenges.
- Occupations in aerospace are exhibited through tours and time with industry professionals
- Aviation utilizes our unique collection of aircraft to offer history lessons that will inspire your aviation enthusiasts!
- Reflection on character, choices, and how these traits served our country during World War II through historical artifacts and time with veterans will aid campers in their own future successes.
Whether this is your first time, or you are a returning camper, EVERYONE will find something new to discover and experience!
Registration is Closed for 2022
When: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Before Care 7:50am8:30am (additional cost)
After Care 4:00-5:30pm (additional cost)
Where: Henry B. Tippie National Aviation Education Center
5657 Mariner Drive
Dallas, TX 75237
Camp SOAR - rising 4th – 7th graders
July 18-22 (SOLD OUT)
We Have Scholarships Available
There are two types of scholarships:
Full Scholarship of $250 and limited to one week of Camp SOAR (10 available).
Partial Scholarships are for $125 and are limited to one week of Camp SOAR (20 in total).
Come Back in 2023
New In 2022
This 2-Day camp is for those parents who love aviation just as much as their kids! A two-day version that includes all four tracks of engagement in a condensed time will challenge your family to work together to meet the challenges
- June 30 – July 1
"Nonstop talking about all the things that he is learning. The joy he has for learning- is fun to watch. He doesn't want to leave."