Each week themed camps for children ages 5-12 are offered each morning followed by a mini-University experience through rotations in computers, science, arts and crafts in the afternoon. Also, Leadership certificate programs comprised of character-building workshops, team-based recreational activities and off-campus excursions are offered for youth 13-15yrs.
Morning Drop-off, Evening Pick-Up and Extended Care Location: 1265 Military Trail, Toronto, ON M1C 1A4
Campers 5-12yrs and Youth Leadership Participants 13-15 are to meet in the Academic Resource Centre (AC-227). The Academic Resource Centre building is in close proximity to Visitor Parking Lot-, which is the designated parking lot for the camp program this summer.
Wk. 1 July 4-8 Dance Fusion
Wk. 2 July 11–15 Cooking
Wk. 3 July 18-22 Magic Show & Workshop
Wk. 4 July 25–29 Sports
Wk. 5 Aug 2-5 Visual Arts (*4-day camp due to Civic Holiday on Aug 1)
Wk. 6 Aug 8–12. Magic Show & Workshop and STEAM Lego
Wk. 7 Aug 15-19 STEAM Lego
Wk. 8 Aug 22-26 Dramatic Arts
$260 per child/5-day camp
$208 per child/4-day camp
Registration Incentive: A 10% discount applies to the complete 8-week registration for one camper purchased in one transaction for a discounted total of $1,825.20.
S1: July 4 – 15
S2: July 18 – 29
S3: Aug 2 – 12 (*9-day program due to Civic Holiday on Aug 1)
S4: Aug 15 – 26
$531.00 per youth (9-day program)
$590.00 per youth (10-day program)
Note: Due to the popularity of the Leadership program and all 4 programs offering the same curriculum, youth can only register for one of the four programs.
Meal Plan (Children 5-12yrs) $58.75 per child/4-day camp and $73.50 per child/5-day camp
Meal Plan (Youth 13-15yrs) $132.25 per teen/9-day program and $147 per teen/10-day program
Extended Care (post-camp care for children ages 5-12yrs from 4:30-6pm) *Childcare not provided in the mornings.
$40 per child/week. (4-day camp)
$50 per child/wk. (5-day camp)
$140 Family flat-rate fee for 4+ children (4-day camp)
$175 Family flat-rate fee for 4+ children (5-day camp)
Virtual April Break Camp - 2021
• Great program, my 7-year old truly enjoyed all the sessions registered for including Lego, robotics, art and cooking.
• The Lego and Cooking camps were amazing!
• Thank you for offering these classes. My children really enjoyed the classes they entered and they were very engaged. I also listened in, and I thought the hosts did an excellent job!
• Compared to some of the other virtual programs we had our child enrolled in, these were some of the best. It was the right mix of engagement, participation and guidance. The organizers were wonderful.
Traditional In-person Camp - 2019
• Only camp I know that offers leadership training geared towards 13+ year olds
• Sent my grandson to introduce a University based summer camp
• It gave me the opportunity to expose my kids to my workplace
• Great variety of programming for younger kids and a leadership camp for older kids all at one camp.
• Great reviews (initially) and excellent experience in past years
• I went there for University and I heard good things from other moms about the camp.
• Recommended by another mom, interesting themes, choices this year
• Older sibling was in leadership camp, parents needed to find somewhere close for younger sib to go at the same time!
• Looked like fun for kids and camp location is reputable
• Convenience of location & camp hours - aligns with my work day perfectly• To expand my child’s knowledge in French over the summer
• Diverse theme camp options, U of T Scarborough appeal, convenience of location
Camp U of T Scarborough takes pride in providing quality programs for children and youth through a variety of specialty themed camps, leadership workshops, inclusive activities and special events.
As a result, the overall health and safety of your children while participating in our programs is the top priority. Given the everchanging COVID-19 landscape, we are closely monitoring the situation and adapting our operations to align with the latest protocols from provincial health authorities and the University of Toronto.
Following specific guidelines outlined by the Ministry of Health, Camp U of T Scarborough will adhere to protocols and procedures mandated for indoor and outdoor camp programming in July and August.
As it now stands, the wearing of masks and frequent cleaning of high-traffic program spaces and high-touch surfaces (doorknobs, tables and light switches) will be maintained in order to minimize health and safety risks.
View current COVID-19 measures at U of T Scarborough click here.
For an in-depth overview of U of T’s masking requirements and guidelines, please review University’s Mask Guideline.
For registration support and questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Authentic dance program fueled by melodic rhythms of Soca, Reggae, Dancehall and Afro-beats.
Group sports, teambuilding activities, and traditional camp games that build strength, endurance, mental acuity and sportsmanship
Children learn and perform a variety of magic tricks by beloved Magician BenTastic.
Seasoned artists will teach children a variety of art mediums including the creation of self-portraits and comic strip development
Themed academic programming utilizing LEGO and ingenuity to build various structures led by MR. LEGO
The Leaders-in-Training program provides comprehensive character-building workshops, recreational activities and excursions