Camp U of T Scarborough

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Welcome to Camp U of T Scarborough!

Camp U of T Scarborough provides weekly summer day camps for children ages 6 – 12 years old, yearly in July and August. We offer engaging and informative programming through Themed Camps each morning and a mini-university afternoon rotation schedule of arts, computers, and science programming. 

In addition, Camp U of T offers a 2- week Leadership Certificate Program for youth ages 13 – 15 comprised of character-building workshops, team-based recreational activities and off-campus excursions.

At Camp U of T Scarborough, we are committed to excellence, camper inclusion, well-being, and safety. We ensure that our campers have a positive, well-rounded experience in specialty themed camps and a wide variety of arts and science sessions in addition to engaging in an abundance of traditional camp activities and special events to make for a memorable summer experience


What We Offer:

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  • Multifaceted themed programs for children 6-12yrs
  • Comprehensive 2-week Youth Leadership Certificate Program (Leadership-in-Training) available for ages 13-15yrs
  • Progressive programming facilitated by U of T Scarborough staff/faculty, alumni, community partners and camp leaders
  • Low Camper-to-Counsellor ratio: 6:1 for the Children’s Program and 12:1 for the Youth Leadership program
  • Developmentally-appropriate programming
  • Progressive anti-bullying academic environment
  • Free pizza lunch provided every Friday - included with registration
  • Post-camp childcare service (Extended Care) from 4:30 - 6pm for ages 6-12
  • Wonderful opportunity for children to reunite with camp friends from years past and meet new friends!
  • 1 free camp hat per child provided on the first day of camp!


You spoke, we listened

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We have taken all of your feedback into consideration and made some changes to ensure your child has a positive camp experience with us:

  • More STEM-based programming (i.e. STEM challenges, Robotics, Coding)
  • Full morning themed programming and more concise mini-university experience
  • New and fun opportunities for Leadership in Training Program 
  • Differentiated programming for older/younger groups to cater to campers’ needs and interests
  • Staff discount for all U of T staff
  • Pizza lunch Fridays
  • Online registration through new software and digitized sign-in and sign-out resulting in an easier streamlined process 
  • A camp guide with detailed information available for parents year-round to prepare themselves and their child for camp
  • Frequent parent communication through our camp newsletter: camp updates and information, surveys to voice your opinion and reminders!

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