Summer Camp

Summer Camp

TI Collegiate offers a customized ESL Camp to individual groups of international students in the summer of each year with an objective to further cultural exchange and to provide international youth an opportunity to learn and understand the Canadian society. This camp will enable them to improve their English Language Proficiency while experiencing North American Culture and enjoying the beautiful scenery, cities and cultural diversity of Canada. To view summer camp gallery, please click here.


Winter (December, January) Summer (July, August, September)


7 to 17 years of age (Open to Groups and Individuals)

English Classes

20 hours per week - On their first day, students are tested and assigned to an English class based on their level. Students follow a carefully designed curriculum that focuses on all English skills including speaking, reading, writing, listening, grammar, and vocabulary.

Activities and Excursions

Campers take part in instructional activities 3 half days a week. Toronto International Collegiate's certified coaches and teachers lead students in such activities as mountain biking, field sports, arts and crafts, dancing, drama and leadership skills. Students also enjoy fun activities including swimming, tournaments, games and much more.

In the evenings and on Sundays, students in residence have many social activities available to them and the chance to take part in some optional activities. The camp also includes lots of sightseeing. Each week campers will enjoy a full day excursion to things and places such as:

  • CN Tower
  • Niagara Falls
  • Blue Jays Baseball Game
  • Ontario Science Centre
  • Toronto Premium Outlet
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Playdium
  • Canada's Wonderland
  • Casa Loma
  • Toronto Island
  • Centreville Amusement Park
  • Square One Shopping Mall
  • Yonge Street and Eaton Centre
  • NHL Hall of Fame

Accommodation Options

  • Homestay: homestay students enjoy full board accommodation.
  • Self-arranged: Students may choose to stay with relatives in Toronto.