Big Tree Athletics
Ms. Masterton, a physical education teacher with experience in coaching and sport skill development is running a sports camp just for girls. She has provided skill development programs to youth sports camps for both Queen’s University and McMaster University through their summer sports programs. The instructional focus is to build confidence through the acquisition of fundamental and basic skill.
Computer Craze is a new camp for kids interested in computer game making and stop motion animation. During the camp week, campers will be designing and programming video games, filming stop motion movies and editing their exciting new projects in Adobe Photoshop. Campers will have the opportunity to design and create both on and off the computer, as well as visit the Mac Lab at the Main Campus.
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Creative Arts Alive
Creative Arts Alive is a camp where everyone is an artist. Integrating the arts, students will explore dance through creative movement and hip hop, brush up on their reading, singing, and drama skills through musical theatre, and experiment with different art media to create original works of art. Students will also take part in a daily fun swim.
M.C. Aquatics has been teaching children how to swim since 2003. We keep our classes small to ensure the most attention to each student. M.C. Aquatics is affiliated with both the Red Cross Society and the Lifesaving Society. New this year is our Saturday lessons, which are open to everyone in the school and community.
MC Day Camp
In its 15th year of operation, MC Day Camps runs during the summertime and also through the Mentor College/TEAM School Winter and March Breaks. It features a regular day camp programme, as well as the popular Floor Hockey, All-Sports and Drama Camps. Students from junior kindergarten to Grade 8 are welcome.
Mentor Robotics Camp
No previous experience with LEGO robotics necessary. After completing this camp, your child will be well-equipped to participate in First LEGO League (FLL) tournaments.
Wild Wizards Day Camp
JK – Grade 6 students: Are you ready for some fun and exciting days experimenting science with Ms. Meyer, learning and playing sports with Ms. Gangji, crafting magnificent art with Ms. Gaskin, splashing in the swimming pool, learning new games in the computer lab, playing with friends in the gym and outside on the playground? It will be a jam-packed week of fun! Don’t miss out! Camp hours are 9:00-3:00 with the option of extended care from 8:00-5:00. 10% discounts available if you sign up at least one week before camp begins! Downloadable forms are available on our website, click the link below! Session dates-2016 (December 12-16) and 2017 (June 19-23 and June 26-30).
Supervised before and after-school care run by the Peel Lunch and After-School Programme. Students from both TEAM and the Mentor Primary Campus are transported by bus to the programme at the Main Campus.