Keystone Science School inspires curiosity and critical thinking through the lens of science to change lives and strengthen communities. We create future leaders who can problem solve and work together in an ever-evolving world and workplace environment.
2021 Summer Camp & Adventures
Experience the Rocky Mountains of Colorado through our traditional Day Camp and Overnight Camp or the excitement of traveling Discovery Adventures and Expeditions. Campers will create lifelong friendships, explore and learn about the natural world, and gain leadership and wilderness skills.
Since 1976, our beautiful, 23-acre campus nestled in the mountains along the Continental Divide has served as the perfect base camp for a summer full of adventure and new friends.
Special Thanks to our 2021 Summer of Connection Sponsors
Meet the Team
At KSS, we change lives, we bring fun and laughter to everything we do, we care about each other and those we serve, we strive for excellence, we offer competitive compensation and generous benefits, and we are committed to serving students from diverse backgrounds. Summit County’s Best Non-Profit and Best Place to Work (2019)!
Keystone Science School’s historic 23-acre campus is built on the site of the Old Keystone Village, a former railroad and sawmill site which supported silver and gold mining. Our facilities include modern log-style dormitories, a central dining hall, an outdoor amphitheater, and a state-of-the-art observatory.
Stay Tuned for 2021
KSS camp programs blend hands-on science with outdoor, experiential education to create the best summer camp experience.
Outdoor & Experiential Education
Since 1976, KSS has been providing schools with unique overnight field trips combining Science, Adventure, and Fun!
After School & Summer
CATCH stands for Coordinated Approach to Child Health. It aims to equip children with the knowledge and skills to make healthy decisions, all while having fun!
For High School Students & Teachers
H2O Outdoors is for high school students and teachers to learn about the many uses of water and the policy which surrounds how Colorado's water is managed.