KEY Camp | Casper College, Wyoming

KEY Camp



Applications for 2019 will open Friday, February 22, 2019.

  • Please remember a completed application consists of parent/student application AND an educator recommendation.

Only completed applications will be accepted for approval.

Acceptances will be announced by email and letters on Friday, March 29, 2019.

Registrations and deposits of $150 are due Friday, April 19, 2019.

Final payment due Friday, May 31, 2019.

Application deadline: March 22, 2019.

  • Applications will be available online by clicking here on/after February 22, 2019. Applications are not considered complete until the educator AND parent/student forms have been submitted.
  • Program may fill with qualified applicants before the stated deadline.

    *Roommate requests are no longer accepted for the KEY program. Roommates are selected randomly with gender and age as guidelines. 

Enrollment is limited. Priority will be given to those students who are highly recommended according to the date completed applications are received. Completed applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served, space-available basis until the program is full.
  • A one-week summer resident program for youth with special abilities and talents (academic, intellectual, creative, visual or performing arts).
  • Casper College, 125 College Drive, Casper, WY  82601
  • Week 1: June 9-15, 2019
  • Week 2: June 16-22, 2019
  • Week 3: June 23-29, 2019

    *Roommate requests are no longer accepted for the KEY program. Roommates are selected randomly with gender and age as guidelines. 

  • High ability students who are entering grades 6 or 7 in the fall of 2019. Students must be recommended by a classroom teacher or educator.
  • To offer unique experiences for youth in the areas of science, computers, visual and performing arts, history and more.  A staff of excellent instructors will teach and direct special projects in these areas.
  • The $640 fee includes room and board, recreational fees, classroom and laboratory materials, physical education equipment, and computer usage.  In addition to the teaching staff, there is an evening activities director, 12 counselors, and a nurse/dorm director.  
  • For scholarship opportunities please contact your school, school district (BOCES) and local agencies such as Kiwanis, Eagles, Elks, or Lions. Individual fundraising is also a great way to raise money for the cost of camp (car washes, bake sales etc.).
For more information, call Valerie Vasquez at 307-268-3399 or email