Below you can find FAQs regarding our Day camp program. Questions regarding on our
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1. Can I register on-line? Or over the phone?
Yes, you can register for camps online. Sorry, but we CANNOT accept registrations over the
phone because the medical informed consent must be signed or approved by the registrant
without the use of an intermediary. You may however ADD additional camps for a registered
camper if you have already submitted a registration form or registered online for other camps.
2. What are recreation (rec) stations or periods of recreation?
Each campus runs a variety of recreation stations to expose students to an array of healthy
activities. There are a total of 6 instructional hours each day. Typically students receive 3 or 4
hours a day of theme instruction in the particular camp they’ve chosen. The remaining 2 or 3
hours are scheduled in one hour increments at a particular recreation station. The stations at the
two campuses are:
• Circus skills: balloon tying, face painting, stilt walking, balancing, plate spinning and parachute
• Theatre sports: a variety of drama activities that involve non-verbal expression and
socialization skills.
• Gym games: minor games involving small equipment and gross motor skills. Doctor dodge ball
is a favourite!
• Arts n’ crafts: students paint, decorate, glue, cut and colour a variety of take home projects. •
Field sports and games: minor outdoor games or traditional team games that promote healthy
activity and cooperation.
• Aquatics: organized games, skill building activities, and a chance to cool off in the hot weather!
Alternative activities are available for students who do not swim. (NOTE: Junior campus camps
that are advertised to include 4 or 5 year olds will NOT go to the pool.)
• Escape room: two groups of campers will create their own escape room, and put their critical thinking
skills to the test as they attempt to crack the code. 
• Board games: with so much physical activity, this is a quieter station where students play a
variety of board, card, and problem-solving games.
• Nature Walk: Our instructors will lead students on an interpretative nature
walk in Pacific Spirit Park, from the 29th Avenue & Imperial entrance.
3. Where can I get a registration form?
A registration form is not required for online registration, however a registration form for in-
person registrations can be found on the back of the Summer at St. George’s brochure, which is
available at both St. George’s Junior and Senior Schools, as well as at many local public libraries
and community centres throughout the Lower Mainland.
4. How can I get more info regarding the availability of specific camps?
Camps begin to fill up during early April! You can get information about full camps by visiting
our website, by emailing our summer camp office at
5. Where do the camps take place?
Most camps take place at two locations, which are identified by the first digit of the 4-digit
course code:
CODES #3000+ St. George’s Senior School (4175 West 29th Avenue)
CODES #1000+ St. George’s Junior School (3851 West 29th Avenue)
6. Which methods of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, Mastercard and personal cheques. Cash is also accepted if you register in person
at our office. (Please do not send cash in the mail!) Please note that there is a $25.00
administrative charge for all NSF cheques returned.
7. What is your day camp cancellation policy? Can I make changes after registration?
Please read the back page of the SSG brochure for important details. Transfers can be made free
of charge until June 4th. Transfers made after June 4th, and up until 7 days prior to the start date
of the camp in question, will be subject to a $25.00 fee. Full refunds are available, less a $25.00
fee per camp, per child, anytime up until 7 days before the start of the camp. After this time, no
refunds or changes will be given for any reason.
All change and refund requests must be made in writing to
8. Can I register my child on the first day of the camp?
Yes, a child may be registered on the first day of camp if space is available, but we advise against waiting until the first day of camp to register.
9. What time do I pick-up my child and where?
Pick-up time for all day camps is 3:30p.m. For most camps at the SENIOR School, pick-up is on
the fields between 29th 27th Avenues, on Camosun Street. Students are assigned to a coloured
flag area on the field. JUNIOR School pick-up is in the large gym and all campers must be
signed out by their parent or authorized caretaker.
10. How will my child get to AFTER CAMP SUPERVISION?
A staff member will be in charge of walking all students to After Camp Supervision.
11. How do I know which campus a camp will be at?
CODES #3000+ St. George’s Senior School (4175 West 29th Avenue)
CODES #1000+ St. George’s Junior School (3851 West 29th Avenue)
12. Is lunch provided? Is there somewhere my son/daughter can buy a lunch?
Day camp registration does not include lunch service.  Each child should arrive at camp with a packed lunch from home.  Only the Senior school has a small cafe' where snacks can be bought; however, since there are long lineups at the cafe' in the summertime we strongly recommend that students not rely on the cafe' for lunch options.  The Junior school has no such cafe'.
13. Why does St. George's not allow group* registrations for day camps?
The mandate for St. George's Summer Camps is to provide students in the local community with
fun and tactile summer camp opportunities. We do not allow international agents and/or groups to register for our day camp programs.  If a group is identified as registered in camps, St. George's reserves the right to cancel the registration of all associated campers.
*Groups organized by an agent and registering students from multiple different families.