Join us at the Colts Summer Camp each summer as we provide a memorable experience for all participants.
The Colts Summer Camp is designed for boys and girls between the age of 7 and 13 to provide additional physical literacy to those who would like to further develop their athletic skills. Not only will they be developing their skills, the Colts camp will provide team building sessions and activities for campers to learn team dynamics.
Here at Colts Camp we offer a variety of physical activities and believe that we should do this with the highest of quality. We take great pride in selecting our staff and ensure you that you will be receiving instruction from dedicated and knowledgeable coaches.
We guarantee you a great time, so join us today!
Camp Features (including extended care)
- Outstanding facilities
- 1 staff member per 10 campers
- All campers receive a free t-shirt and water bottle
- Sessions modified to accommodate different skill levels
- All camp staff are trained in First Aid and CPR and are require to perform a police reference check
- Rock wall will be available
- Progress Athletic Wellness Centre and Turf Field (941 Progress Avenue)
The Colts Summer Camp will run throughout July 2017 during the following days:
- July 4-7 (4 day week)
- July 10-14
- July 17-21
- July 24-28
Camp will operate during the hours of 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
We will also be offering extended care, where you can drop off up to an hour prior to start of camp (8:00am) and an hour after the end of camp (5:00 pm). Arrangements for extended care need to be made prior to the start of camp.
Drop-off & Pick-up Procedures
Colts camp will run from 9 am - 4 pm. Campers should be dropped off 15 minutes prior to the start time and picked up within 15 minutes after the end time. Parents are welcome to park in designated visitor parking lots for up to 30 mins between 8:00 am - 9:00 am and 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm for free. Should a parent need to park for longer than the given 30 mins. Then our standard parking rates will apply. Parking rates are as follows: $3 per 30 minutes, $10 per day.
Early Bird: (April 3rd - April 30th) : $175 + HST / week for each camper
Regular Price: (May 1st - June 23rd) : $195 + HST / week for each camper
July 4th - 7th pricing: Early Bird price: $140 + HST and Regular price: $155 + HST
Cancellations can be made up to June 1, 2017 with a $25 cancellation fee. After June 1st refunds will only be processed with a valid doctors note.
Should you be attending the camp for multiple weeks or have multiple children attending, please contact our camp coordinator to discuss our multi-child / week discounts. Payments can be made by debit or credit (no cash) in person or over the phone.
Meals are not included in camp package and parents are encouraged to pack a daily lunch for participants. The campus cafeteria is also available between the hours of 7:30 AM and 1:00 PM, where campers can purchase a bite to eat. (Staff will accompany campers at all times).
A minimum of 2 snacks and 1 lunch is recommended.
We encourage all participants to pack a peanut free lunch, but encourage any individuals with a nut allergy to bring medication that they are required to take.
Please advise camp staff of any allergies prior to the start of camp.
To register and pay online please click here.
To make a payment in person please click here and download the registration form.
Methods of payment
In Person – Visit Athletics and Recreation office at Progress Campus. In person registration can take place anytime between 9:00 AM and 3:30 PM (Monday to Thursday)
By Phone – Payments can be made by contacting Kareem Rodney at the Ashtonbee Campus. All phone payments must be made by credit card. (Visa, Mastercard and America Express accepted) This payment option is also available between 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (Monday to Thursday)
75 Ashtonbee Rd
Toronto, ON M1L 4N4
(416) 289-5000 ext. 7231
(416) 289-5000 ext. 7211
Athletic & Wellness Centre (AWC)
941 Progress Ave.
Toronto, ON M1G 3T8
(416) 289-5000 ext. 2651
- Campers arrive
- Attendance and Roll Call
- Warmup and team building activities
- Basketball, Soccer and Volleyball Skill Development
- Classroom workshop
- Basketball and Soccer Skill Development and games
- Outdoor Activities
Code of Conduct and Camper Expectations
All participants are expected to behave appropriately at Colts Camp. In cases of serious misconduct, disciplinary or corrective measures will be taken to ensure that all participants are adhering to the “Participant Expectation” guidelines and general policies of the camp. The following steps will be followed in serious cases:
- Verbal Warning
- Written Warning (Parent will receive disciplinary notice to be signed and returned before participant can rejoin camp)
- Dismissal from camp
Please note that dismissed campers will not receive refund
Q: Since the facility is inside the college will it be closed for the duration of the camp?
A: No, the facility will not be closed for the duration of the camp, but there will be little to zero interaction between the campers and the students. A staff member will always accompany a camper when they are away from the group such as to the washroom, change room and to the cafeteria.
Q: My child is fairly new to the sport but he loves the sport, will they be divided into different skill levels?
A: The skill development drills will accommodate those who are beginners and those who are more advanced. All activities are 100% inclusive and is designed to accommodate everyone.
Q: What happens if it rains one of the days and you are unable to go outside for the outdoor activities? What activities will you do?
A: If it rains and we are unable to do the outdoor activities we have back up activities set for the gymnasium. We will do multi-sport activities in the gymnasium which will give the campers an opportunity to play different sports.
Q: Will my child have a safe and secure place to keep their bag while they participate in activities?
A: Yes, all of their bags will be kept in a room that can be locked while they are participating in activities. The campers will receive a complementary water bottle and they are able to fill it up throughout the day with the water fountain inside the facility. We do recommend that no camper brings any expensive personal belongings with them, as Centennial is not responsible for any lost or damage goods.
Q: Who do I contact if I have any questions or concerns?
A: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or 416 - 289- 5000 ext. 7231
Q: Do you accept volunteers? How can I volunteer?
A: We unfortunately, do not accept any volunteers. We have staff who are qualified to work in camps, but if we are still hiring more staff. If you would like to apply for a position please click here
Q: What should my child bring to camp?
A: Every child should be prepared for a full day of activities, and a few items they should have are: shorts, running shoes, and an extra pair of clothes just in case, sunscreen (some activities will be outside), snacks/lunches and medication if applicable.
Q: Is there medical staff available during the camp?
A: Yes, medical staff will be on site for the duration of the camp. A Centennial College athletic therapist will be on site for any first aid needs.
Q: Will there be opportunities for me to watch my child play?
A: Yes, our campuses will have designated areas for parents/guardians to participate in watching camp activities.
Q: Are we partnered with JumpStart?
A: Yes, please click here to complete the registration form.