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 2020.

With the safety of our students and our staff members foremost in our minds, we are only able to offer a select few day camp programs.  Summer at St. George's is offering programs for students ages 7 to 17, from July 2nd to July 31st. Small groups of 8-10 will have a dedicated teacher who will facilitate program activities.  

We are pleased to present a new set of academic preview courses for grade 8-10 students, and elective credit courses for grade 11 and 12 students.

All programs will be on-campus, and boys and girls from the neighbourhood community schools are welcome to join.   Our aim is for students this summer is to be physically distanced but socially engaged!

Summer at St. George's 2020 registration for Day Camps, Academic Preview, and Academic Credit courses has begun!

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.
 

 

Our promo video above from last year looks like fun but some of the activities won't be possible this year due to physical distancing requirements.  We are planning a whole number of fun activities for this July so that campers can safely enjoy some social time with eachother whilst maintaining physical distancing.

We're adding to our already rigorous cleaning regime with our custodial team doing a deep clean of every classroom in the evenings, and cleaning high-use public spaces regularly througout every day.  Each program will have their own classroom, and students will have their own dedicated workstation within the classroom. 
There will be no sharing of classrooms between camps, and every classroom will be deep cleaned before a new group uses it.  We will have physical cues to help students to remember to space themselves within common areas.
You may have notices that the camp start times are a bit different this year, and that's because we have staggered start and end times so that we do not have more than a few students entering or exiting the building at any given time.  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!