Spring Break Camps In Toronto, ON
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Building a community teaching ages 2.5 to adult in Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Acro dance, and Preschool Dance and Play morning programs. Our educated faculty look forward to sharing their passions and knowledge with you.
The Cube STEM Camps offer a technology environment. Our focus: Coding, Robotics, Video Game Design, and Specialized programs. Our STEM Camps are engaging, giving our students the chance to learn in a week packed with fun and learning!
The Make Station is a fun and unique art studio located in the east end of Toronto! We specialize in kids classes, workshops (all ages), and events!
Mad Science has 25 locations in the GTA and 8 different themed camp weeks to choose from. Countless amazing, daily take-home activities like Rockets, Birdhouses, Space Shuttles, Chess Sets, Telescopes and more!
Every week, teens from across Canada come to Ottawa to discover their country through each other and many exciting adventures!
Our camp programs leverage the success of our School programs in robotics, sports, business, leadership and the arts and offer experiences that focus on creativity, collaboration and innovation for boys and girls ages 6 to 17.
A Toronto-based nonprofit organization with a focus on inclusion and personal development through skateboarding.
Mission Statement: To shape a lifelong enjoyment of athletics through high quality sports education and skill enhancement while consistently exceeding the expectations of our customers.
GTA Photography Classes is the #1 Photography School in Toronto. Founded in 2009 we have quickly grown to become the premiere photography school in Canada. Our award winning instructors can be seen on TV and they love to teach our campers!
Debate Camp Canada provides training in public speaking and debating for students eager to improve their skills, confidence and ability with the spoken word.
We strive to deliver top level soccer training and instruction with the objective of guiding players to attain their maximum potential in the game of soccer.
Weekly soccer school programs, PA Day, Holiday Break, March Break, & Summer Camps
Toronto's Trampoline Training Centre!
We are family owned and operated committed to giving your family a safe and fun trampoline experience! We offer Instructional Classes, Day Camps, Birthday Parties, Field Trips and Private Lessons.
We are a specialized program designed to engage people with different learning abilities in the dramatic arts.
The Kidz Kare mission is to provide parents with a one-stop resource to support them in raising happy, healthy, and knowledgeable individuals.
Contemporary Art - For Kids!
We provide alternative art education, workshops and summer camps.
The building now known as Cecil Community Centre was built in 1890 as the Church of Christ. In the 1970s, it was acquired by the City of Toronto and restored for community purposes. It opened as the Cecil Street Community Centre in 1978.
Our lead after school program teacher is a qualified Resource Teacher, and Registered Early Childhood Educator with over 10 years of experience in teaching young children, and creating programs based on the children’s needs and age.
The Rouge Valley Conservation Centre is located in Toronto. The Centre focuses on environmental restoration, monitoring and research and offers interpretive walks and educational programs for the general public, school and community groups.
Pulse Martial Arts Academy is an elite performance martial arts studio. Combining traditional & modern movement to create a generation of high performance athletes to excel in competition, life, and on the stage!
Eastview operates out of a facility owned and funded by the City of Toronto. This allows 100% of the funds that we raise to go directly to programming.
CAMP PROGRAMS FOR AGES 12 MONTHS TO 15 YEARS
Experience our award-winning programs, outstanding and caring staff, Red Cross swim lessons and our immersive Israeli culture. Create memories that last a lifetime!
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