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1. Edu-Inter Summer Language School in Quebec
Courses / Programs
Edu-Inter is a Summer French Language School in Quebec City offering summer French immersion programs for teenagers (12-17) and adults (16+). Quebec City is the only major city in Canada that offers a 100% French-speaking environment, making it the ideal location for learning and practicing French.

2015 will be the 10th year of our French Summer School for Teenagers. As the cradle of francophone culture in the Americas, summer in Quebec City offers an unparalleled program of festivals, fun activities and experiences, all in a city renowned for its safe environment.

The summer school is located on the campus of Collège Mérici, in downtown Quebec City, a short 15 minute walk from Old Quebec.

The campus features exceptional facilities including a gymnasium, an aerobics room, a library, computer labs, an internet cafe, a cafeteria and a student lounge. The campus has ample green space for outdoor sports and recreation activities.

Student Testimonial:
"This experience has been life charging for me. The people in Quebec are so accommodating and kind. Merci Edu-Inter!"
- Carol, USA

"I would definitely recommend this program to anyone willing to improve their French over the summer!"
- Philippa, USA
Summer French Programs for Teenagers (ages 12-17)

- French & Multi-activities
- French & Cooking
- French & Drama
- French & Tennis
- French & Soccer
- French & Hockey
- French & Arts and Crafts
- French & Music
- French & Equestrian
- French & Circus
- French & Figure Skating
- French & Film

We also offer summer French immersion programs for adults.
Updated: 2015-03-04
Updated: 2015-03-04
2. NSL Camps - National School Language Camps, Ottawa
Courses / Programs
Based in Ottawa, Canada's national capital, NSL Camps is one of Canada’s leading English language summer schools. We specialize in beginner to advanced level English summer camp programs for children ages 8-19, as well as a Parent and Child Summer Camp Experience. With over 25 different nationalities attending each summer, our students have the unique and exciting opportunity to improve their English language skills while making lots of international friends.

With 1 to 8 week courses, students can choose our Summer Camp option (20 classes per week), or the Summer Immersion course (30 lessons per week). Both courses feature Day Camp and Homestay options.

Course options are fully staffed by highly-qualified instructors. Residential / overnight campers can choose to stay with one of our local homestay families, or in a residence organized by NSL.

NSL Camps’ English language programs use a specialized curriculum for children and teenagers based on a communicative approach. Through real-life situations, students quickly learn to speak English in a natural and progressive manner. Leadership training is also integrated into our programs.

Testimonial:  "Thank you for your excellent service and good English teaching method. My 3 children have participated for two summers and their school marks in English have increased by 20%.”  - Joanne, Parent
English Camps:
- For children & teenagers ages 8-12 & 13-19
- 1 to 8 week stays
- Day Camp / Homestay options
- 20 lessons per week
- Fun afternoon activities

English Immersion:
- Ages: 8-12 & 13-19
- 1 to 8 week stays
- 30 lessons per week
- Day Camp or Homestay options
- 7 hours of on campus activities

Parent and Child Camp:
- English programs & accommodation for children & parents.

- Courses feature optional weekend trips to Montreal, Canada's Wonderland in Toronto, Niagara Falls, Water Park, Zip lining, and more. 

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3. Sol Schools Toronto
Courses / Programs
Sol Schools Toronto offers high-quality, all-inclusive holiday study programs in Toronto, Canada for young learners. Our Children's Adventure Program (CAP) is designed for children ages 7-13 (inclusive) and our Teenage Adventure Program (TAP) is designed for teenagers ages 14-17 (inclusive). These residential summer programs combine English classes with fun excursions and social activities, which makes it the perfect choice for holiday students.

Students spend the mornings in an intensive English program with our dedicated and experienced team of teachers. In the afternoons, evenings and on weekends, students can participate in sightseeing excursions, educational outings and sports activities that are arranged and supervised by our energetic staff of activity counselors.

In our Junior Programs, students are encouraged to learn independent decision making and take part in life-skill development normally not offered to them in their regular school curriculum. The Summer Adventure Programs are an opportunity of a lifetime for students to learn English, gain valuable social skills and enrich their cultural understanding through interaction in a multicultural setting.
Summer English Courses in Toronto for Young Learners:
- Children's Adventure Program (CAP) for children ages 7-13
- Teenage Adventure Program (TAP) for teenagers ages 14-17

Both programs combine English classes with fun excursions and social activities. CAP students stay at the York University Glendon Campus and TAP students stay at the University of Toronto St. Michael's campus. Both campuses give students a true Canadian experience.

Also: Year-round customized ESL programs for young learners.
4. International House Vancouver
Courses / Programs
Since 1998, International House Vancouver has offered unique, educational, and fun English language (ESL) summer programs for young learners to suit every need, budget and language ability.

In Vancouver, we offer a Children's Adventure Program for children ages 5-12, suitable for mother & child or family study.

We also provide a Junior Adventure Camp for 13-17 year olds, as well as a Residential Junior Program on the campus of the University of British Columbia.

These programs are affiliated and held to the standards of Languages Canada, the IHWO, and AILIA, organizations that insist on the highest degree of educational excellence.

We insure the quality our classes with teachers who are qualified in both language instruction and working with children and young adults. With a range of programs on offer, we can provide the best choices to fit most any need.
English as a Second Language (ESL) Summer Programs for Young Learners:

- ESL Children's Adventure Program (Ages 5-12)

- ESL Homestay Junior Adventure Camp (Ages 13-17)

- ESL Residential Junior Program (Ages 9-17, on the University of BC campus)
Updated: 2015-02-20
Updated: 2015-02-20
5. Quebec City Teen Homestay Program | The Learning Traveller
Courses / Programs
The Learning Traveller is an educational travel company specializing in language and cultural immersion programs for Teenagers. The Learning Traveller offers language immersion programs and camps to teen students in a variety of locations around the world.

Learn French, Spanish, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese or Russian with one of our many exciting language immersion programs! Make languages come alive with the Learning Traveller.
Montreal Teen Residence Program; Costa Rica Teen Homestay Program; Cannes Teen Residence Program; Florence Mature Teen Homestay Program; Berlin mature Teen Residence Program; Malaga Mature Teen Residence Program; Paris Intensive Teen and Junior Residence Programs and others...
6. Arts by the Lake at Long Bay Camp, Westport
Courses / Programs
Located on the shores of Bobs Lake in Westport, near Ottawa, eastern Ontario in east-central Canada, Long Bay offers summer camps specializing in visual arts, drama, music and dance camps for children and teenagers aged 9-16. Our camp program involving drawing, painting, mask making, sculpting, photography, drama/theatre, rock guitar, African dance and creative writing includes instruction from wonderful and talented art teachers who are specialists in their artistic field. Your children will explore their creativity, learn new skills and make new friends, all in a fun, safe and beautiful camp atmosphere.

Our summer sessions are designed for young people of all backgrounds whether they have experience or are just beginning to discover the world of art. Long Bay Camp takes pride in its well-cared-for facility that allows campers to explore nature in a safe, natural environment. Along with the cool arts program, campers will have opportunities to participate in field sports like soccer, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, to enjoy campfires, nature hikes, swimming and canoeing. We are just a short drive from Ottawa, Kingston, Montreal and Toronto.
- Summer Camp Programs with visual arts, drama, music and dance for children and teenagers aged 9-16
- Campers choose from a variety of courses in visual arts such as drawing, painting, mask making, sculpting, photography, and in performing arts including drama, rock guitar, African dance, capoeira, modern dance, break dancing, hiphop, singing, rock band, creative writing and much more
- Children also have opportunities to participate in field sports like soccer, volleyball and many camp games
7. Real Programming 4 Kids, Toronto & throughout Ontario
Courses / Programs
Are you searching for quality computer programming summer camps in Ontario? Offering year-round computer programming classes and summer camps in Toronto, Ottawa, London, Oakville, Oshawa, Waterloo, Etobicoke, and Richmond Hill, Real Programming 4 Kids (RP4K) aims to provide a rich and challenging learning environment for kids and teens (ages 7-17) of all skill levels, with all the fun of video games. Your child can learn video game programming with the same tools the pros use!

In our summer camps, kids and teens can start learning the fundamentals of computer science, and learn the secrets of video game design today. No prior programming experience is required to begin. With a maximum of just 4 students per instructor, kids learn best in our focused classes.

Creating and programming a video game combines the most complete application of creativity, math, physics, communication skills, and problem solving. We teach kids and teens how to use real game industry-standard computer programming software just like the pros. Your child will learn real programming languages like Visual Basic, Java, C# and C++.

In addition to our summer camps, we offer 27-week computer programming courses, with classes meeting once a week, either on weeknights or Saturdays. Each session lasts anywhere from 1 to 3 hours.
- Computer programming summer camps for kids & teens (ages 7-17)

- Held in late June till mid-August, our summer courses last 1 to 2 weeks

- Summer classes are held weekdays 9:00am-12:00pm or 1:00pm-4:00pm.

- Many students graduate through several courses in one summer, learning more about programming with each class.
8. ESLplus
Courses / Programs
Located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, ESLplus offers a summer ESL camp for kids. Our Summer English Fun Camp is one of our most attended programs, with kids coming to Canada from all over the world! Upon arrival to Canada, students will take a pre-camp English assessment test and will be assigned to their corresponding language levels. The curriculum follows a weekly theme, with all language lessons working around the assigned theme. New students can join the class beginning any Monday (Tuesday if Monday is a holiday) and finishing on any Friday. Not just English learning we also have sports, team games, group dynamics, karaoke singing, movie times, show n' tell and more! Field trips to Niagara Falls, CN Tower, Canada's Wonderland, and more! Parents or older siblings can join our Summer Adult ESL Classes.
Summer ESL Camp for Kids:

Summer ESL Fun Camp for Kids Ages 6-18, subdivided into 3 age groups. Summer Adult ESL Classes. We also have available Homestay host families in Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, and other GTA areas.
9. Main Street Community Services
Courses / Programs
Main Street Community Services in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, is a not for profit community agency. Using a pro-active and cognitive-behavioral approach to learning, our Social Skills Day Camp in Ottawa enables children, ages 5-14, to develop satisfying interpersonal relationships by enhancing skill proficiency in a variety of areas that foster social competency.

All staff are university/college educated and trained (including dedicated Developmental Service workers, Social workers and Teachers) with several years of direct experience in this field. The Director, a clinical counsellor and a behavioural specialist are on hand always and have a Master’s level of education.
Social Skills Day Camp (ages 5-14):

Through out each camp session children will be provided a fun, safe and therapeutic environment where their individuality and uniqueness is respected and nurtured. Each child will be provided opportunities for: Sports, Martial Arts, Arts and Crafts, Cooperative Activities, Swimming, Relaxation, and much more.
10. Quest University Canada, Squamish, BC
Courses / Programs
Located in Squamish, BC (one hour from Vancouver), Quest University Canada is Canada's first independent, not-for-profit, nonsectarian university of the liberal arts and sciences. Our Summer Scholars program is a pre-university summer program for exceptional high school students (Grades 10 - 12). The program runs over three weeks and consists of one-week courses on a variety of topics. Students can choose to attend for one, two, or three weeks. The program is available as a residential program or a day camp for local commuters.

Our Summer Scholars program is designed to inspire the next generation of thinkers and leaders. You will experience a week of engaging in an academic course in the mornings, and participating in related social and recreational activities in the afternoons and evenings. You will explore the local area through excursions and hikes, choose workshop projects in media including graphic design, photography, and videography, and have optional activities from bouldering to yoga to ultimate frisbee.
Summer Scholars program is a pre-university summer program for exceptional high school students (Grades 10 - 12):

Week 1 Academic Course Options:
- Myths of Psychology
- Water Scarcity

Week 2 Academic Course Options:
- Why Words?: A Look at Language Acquisition
- The Dynamic Geology of the Sea to Sky Corridor

Week 3 Academic Course Options
-From Models to Measurement
-River Restoration

Students can attend this program for one, two, or three weeks. It is available as a residential or day summer camp.
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