Registration opens to the public starting March 15th!
Forms to Register are just below.
New Members – 2 ways to pay!
1. Fill out the Registration Forms below and send them in to sign up and organize payment with Pre-Authorized Debit.
2. Choose a Camp Location below to pick your weeks and pay in Advance*:
*Please note – our online payment is down. We are working to fix the problem. In the mean time we are asking families to fill out the forms below and send them in.
Paying online is only the first step; Registration forms need to be returned 24 hours prior to your child starting to complete the process.
Forms and Documents
Interested in youth camp (13-18) please fill out the attached survey to provide us some critical data!
After-school aged Camps:
ABOUT OUR TEAM & CAMPS
Our themed based camps are carefully planned by knowledgeable programming staff to reflect the various interests and needs of our children. Your child/ren may choose to attend all exciting weeks or simply a number of their favorites.
Great Variety of Weekly Activities
Expect a field trip, special guests, swimming and/or water games, recreation opportunities, social experiences and ice breakers, group huddles, sing- a-longs, arts and crafts, creative opportunities, team building, board games, self-exploration and more. Our goal is to provide a nice balance between structured and unstructured time while enjoying the season of summer in our safe and supportive environment. Our means of transportation is by bus with Trius.
Opportunities for Swimming **This may change due to Covid Restrictions**
Skyline Acres: Each week the Skyline Facility will visit Queen Square for swimming or the Splash Pad. Also, during the week, they will visit the neighbourhood wading pool on hot days or play water games when they need to cool down. Devon: Children at the Devon facility will also swim regularly at the pool attached to the building. They will also make trips to their wading pool and play water games as well.
We offer an effective team that is highly trained and experienced and who offer expertise, enthusiasm and professionalism to our programs. First Aid/CPR and Professional screening are required before they are employed with us.
In addition to their personal education, experience and training we offer the following during our orientation: Team Building / Strengthening, Explanation of Club Policies and Procedures (including Daycare Standards and Public Health requirements), The Importance of the Developmental Assets to ensure our programming is purposeful and fun, Leadership and Activity workshops and Positive Child Guidance that is Choice Theory based.
HIGH FIVE is Canada’s quality standard for children’s recreation and sport. We are committed to ensuring quality programs based on the 5 Principles of Healthy Child Development (A Caring Adult, Friends, Play, Mastery & Participation) and the 3 Design Guidelines (Developmentally Appropriate, Safe & Welcoming Diversity and Uniqueness). Quality assurance is maintained through program evaluations using the national standard of Quest 2 as well as staff and volunteer training.
We aim to provide children with the necessary tools to self-regulate and problem solve by role modeling, teaching and asking reflective questions. It is our hope to help children to help themselves with the support and guidance of our caring adults.
Virtual Summer Camp
499 Canterbury Drive – 454-9237
Amanda Audette, Program Manager – 472-1784
248 Medley Street – 472-4528
To contact our Program Manager, please fill out the following form: