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GoSciTech At-A-Glance

GoSciTech is GSSM’s annual residential summer science camp... pumped to the next level! Serving rising 8th, 9th and 10th graders, GoSciTech provides unmatched opportunities to explore the endless possibilities of science and technology in an interactive, residential environment. All camps are led by college, university and GSSM professors, along with other professionals in their respective fields.

We're constantly adding new courses, but we still have our cache of favorites, too: CSI, Codes & Cryptography, Marine Biology, and Science & the Law. Check out the courses for Summer 2014.

Darlington RacewayNew course available in Summer 2014: Carolina201, an intensive, one-week race engineering course for 9th graders across South Carolina. Students will explore inquiry-based investigations employing hands-on technologies such as data collection devices, sensors, probes and radio-controlled race cars all while using the Darlington Raceway facility as an outdoor lab.

 Get in gear for the SciTechiest residential summer camp experience.

Who is eligible to apply to GoSciTech?

Rising 8th, 9th and 10th graders

2015 Program Dates



GSSM’s Hartsville Campus - 401 Railroad Ave, Hartsville, SC 29550

What Can I Expect at GoSciTech?

  • Awesome SciTech experiences in subjects that match a variety of interests
  • A week-long stay at GSSM's Hartsville, SC campus
  • Interactions with others who share a passion for science and technology
  • Exciting classes led by SC professors and professionals representing a variety of colleges and businesses

Application Process

Fees and Payment Information


Course Schedule


Parent's Corner

Student Handbook for Summer Programs (pdf)


For more information:
Susan Engelhardt, GoSciTech Director
843.383.3901 x3950

Marilynn Moore, Outreach Assistant

Special thanks to our 2014 sponsors!













Aiken Electric Cooperative
Aiken Regional Medical Centers
Ashland Performance Materials
The Citadel
FUJIFILM Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc.
GE Healthcare
The Greenville News
Johnson Controls, Inc.
Plum Creek Foundation
Presbyterian College
TD Bank
Vulcan Materials Company