The Trinity Christian School in Morgantown is teaching kids that "Space is the Place."
It's hosting a summer space program for third to sixth graders.
Instructors rented the portable planetarium equipment from NASA.
The camp is at maximum capacity with around 30 kids but organizers said each student receives attention.
"The kids have individual questions and individual interests so there's a lot of one on one activity going on. A lot of hands on, we take breaks. The kids get a lot of one on one information and stuff like that," said Jodi Shoemaker, camp instructor.
Each day the students learn more about the universe and Indian and Greek mythology.