Ready, set, sum­mer

Our first camp guide of the year of­fers de­tailed in­for­ma­tion on pro­grams for ev­ery child

North Toronto Post - - 2019 Camp Guide Post -

The op­tions for sum­mer pro­grams are end­less, and it’s all about find­ing the right fit with your child’s in­ter­ests.

Our com­pre­hen­sive camp guide fea­tures vi­tal de­tails that par­ents need to know when choos­ing a camp, such as av­er­age cabin size, camper-to-staff ra­tio, ses­sion length and ses­sion cost, as well as age ranges for each camp and to­tal en­rol­ment.

This guide pro­vides in­for­ma­tion not only about day camps, but res­i­den­tial camps and study-abroad ex­pe­ri­ences too.

Day camps are of­ten the most pop­u­lar choice for many Toronto fam­i­lies, and so we’ve en­sured a va­ri­ety of list­ings are avail­able so you can make the best pos­si­ble choice for your child.

Op­tions range from camps run by lo­cal pri­vate schools, such as Bayview Glen and Branksome Hall, to swim­ming-fo­cused camps such as Frank’s Swim School. Toronto Man­darin School is of­fer­ing a sum­mer camp for those look­ing to fur­ther their lan­guage skills.

For fam­i­lies look­ing for res­i­den­tial camps, both Camp Hurontario and Tay­lor Stat­ten Camps of­fer pro­grams that fit the bill. And for those look­ing to go even far­ther from home, Blyth Academy of­fers a study-abroad sum­mer camp ex­pe­ri­ence.

As you go through the list­ings, re­mem­ber the num­ber one tip is to in­clude your child in the de­ci­sion-mak­ing process by ask­ing for their in­put and re­view­ing the pro­grams to­gether.

Happy camp­ing!

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