Registration for Brock University’s popular summer camps is now open.
Children can pursue their interests in technology, sports, the arts, science and aquatics during Brock Recreation’s camps, which run for nine weeks in the summer from July 4 to Sept. 1.
New camp themes include fitness, dance, spy science, engineering and circuitry, rugby and more.
Camp Program Manager Wesley Spatazzo said camps at Brock provide a unique campus experience for children and youth while exploring post-secondary possibilities.
“Brock camps are a chance for children to pursue their interests and develop friendships with peers,” he said. “Children connect with our student staff and develop a sense of community while participating in camps such as volleyball, robotics or leadership camp.”
Camps run from Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Brock’s summer camps offer a variety of options for children who have completed Grades 1 to 8, with additional options also available for youth in secondary school.
There is a complimentary drop off and pick up period from 8:30 to 9 a.m. and 4 to 4:30 p.m., as well as the opportunity to purchase extended care beginning at 7:30 a.m. and finishing at 5:30 p.m.
- Youth University, which offers a creative environment that explores innovation and outdoor education in a variety of areas.
- Sport School, Aquatics and Fitness Camps, which feature activities in Brock’s aquatics centre as well as multisport options or the chance to complete a junior lifeguard course.
- Badgers Sport Camps, which welcome students to specialize in specific sports and skill development with Brock varsity athletes and coaches.
More information and a link for registration can be found on the Brock University Summer Camps website.