Space Camp

Located at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center at NASA’s Marshall Flight Center, in Huntsville, Alabama, the Space Camp campus boasts the country’s only full rocket and shuttle display. The camp’s educational programs inspire students to pursue careers in the science, technology, engineering and math fields.

A limited number of citizens are selected to participate in this weeklong program. Students get hands-on training and learn about the mental, emotional and physical demands of astronauts.

Camp participants will have unique experiences that include flight simulators, advanced academics and team-building exercises. This truly unique experience is our most competitive camp to apply for each year!

Cadet applications are accepted for three different age levels:
Space Camp (ages 9-11)
Space Academy (ages 12-14)
Advanced Space Academy (ages 15-18)

Camp tuition, travel, food and lodging are provided along with adult staff chaperones throughout the week.

Upcoming Events:

Jun 10, 2018 - Jun 15, 2018

multi-day event

You Provide:

  • Completed application
  • Chickasaw citizenship card or certificate
  • 500-word essay summarizing "Why I would like to attend Space Camp"
  • Report card


  • Must be a Chickasaw citizen
  • Must be between 9 and 11 years old for Space Camp program*
  • Must be between 12 and14 years old for Space Academy program*
  • Must be between 15 and18 years old for Advanced Space Academy program*
              *Please select appropriate age group when applying.

Other Information:

If chosen, applicants must be prepared to submit health forms, online registration and/or a physical examination from their local physicians.

Application Deadline: April 15 (Incomplete applications cannot be processed.)

Online Application

Service Area


This service is available both inside and outside the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries

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Contact Information

(580) 272-5579

(580) 272-1223


Science, Technology and Math Academy

301 Seabrook Rd.

Ada, Oklahoma 74820

(580) 272-5579

Last Updated: 03/16/2017