Summer Day Camps at St. George's School

Like many organisations, Summer at St. George's is changing and adapting with the fluid nature of Covid-19.  We have always prided ourselves in providing fun and enriching summer camps in a safe environment, and we will remain steadfast in these goals for the summer of 2021.

With the safety of our students and our staff members foremost in our minds, Summer at St. George's is operating at a reduced capacity between July 5th and August 20th.  Summer at St. George's is offering programs for students ages 5 to 13, and you will wee that our camps are a minimum of two weeks in duration.  Each camp will have their own dedicated classroom with a maximum of 14 students.  Start and end times have been staggered in order reduce the volume of students entering and departing the building at the same time.  With this new camp format, we will not have youth leaders or volunteers working with our students this summer.

As always, our programs will be on-campus and boys and girls from the neighbourhood community schools are welcome to join.  

Online registration is open!  As our office is running at reduced staffing levels the quickest way to reach us is by email: summer@stgeorges.bc.ca

To Register for a Day Camp: Click on
+ Create Account. Please create a FAMILY ACCOUNT.

Please click here to view our Refund and Cancellation policy.
 

 

The day camp video above from a previous year looks like fun but some of the activities won't be possible this year due to physical distancing requirements.  

In accordance with current school mask guidance set out by the Provincial Health Officer, masks must be worn by all students above Grade 4 in all public areas of the school buildings other than when they are eating and drinking; Grades 4-5 students may remove their masks while working at their desk.  For the purpose of our summer programs, student grade is the last grade completed in June.  Students in a mixed class of Grades 4 and 5 will be asked to adhere to the Grade 5 mask regulations for consistency and fairness.

Balancing safety and fun has always been something Summer at St. George's has taken seriously, and we don't believe that the two need to be mutually exculsive!