Camp Nobis Est

  •  Camp is Cancelled for 2020

    Camp Nobis Est is cancelled for this year. Due to the everchanging climate with covid 19 we did not feel that we could provide the quality experience campers have come to expect. All registrants will be receiving a full refund. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help support you and your child with the transition to middle school.

    Thank you so much,

    The Elementary CBS Team 

    All registration and payments will be done online.  Please be sure to indicate which middle school your child will be attending.  Time slots are designated per middle school and may not be changed.  Please note that if your school is an AM/PM school, that is the only time camp will be available.

    Here's the link to sign up:   
    AM Schools:  CMS, KMS, RMS, SMS, HMS  (8:00-11:30 AM)
    PM Schools:  AMS, TMS, WCMS, WLMS     (12:00-3:30 PM)
    ALL SCHOOLS ON THURSDAY:  8:00 am-2:00 pm
    Thursday is a FULL day for all campers.  All 9 middle schools will be attending an all day field trip (cost is included in the price of the camp).  
    Cost:  $50 per camper (includes supplies for the week, water & snack daily, lunch for the field trip on Thursday and a T-shirt)
    Camp Nobis Est is a fun and exciting summer camp for incoming sixth graders.  This week long experience provides students study skills, college and career readiness, ROPES activities, and Great 8 skill building. To build Portrait of a Graduate Competencies. Students will develop self confidence and build relationships with peers that will be attending their cluster middle schools. Our goal is to help students be academically, and affectively successful on their middle school campuses.  
    This year, camp will be from July 27th  through July 30th (Monday-Thursday), 2020
     (This camp is for incoming 6th graders ONLY)
    Camp is located at The Community Learning Center
    18901 Timber Forest Drive, Humble, TX 77346
    Any questions/concerns, please call 281-641-7427 or
       2013 Campers