Day Camp

Join kids from all across the world in a unique adventure

Camp
July and August
Start date
First week of July
Weeks
Minimum of 2 weeks – Monday to Friday,
Maximum of 5 weeks – Monday to Friday
Arrival and Departures
Arrival Monday to Friday at 8 am,
Departure Monday to Friday at 3:30 pm,
Extra day care option from 3:30 to 5:30 pm
Age
8 to 16 years old
Location
McGill Campus (meeting point for arrivals and departures)
Facilities
Student Lounge,
TV Room,
Study Room,
Games Room,
Snack Room (drink and snacks),
Access to computer with limited internet (no WIFI),
24h security,
24h supervision and emergency contact,
Meals
Hot lunch is included at McGill’s Cafeteria

Play & Learn

We divide up the day so that your children may have the best of both worlds.

Play

In the morning, your children will have fun and get active by taking part in a variety of sports at the facilities of McGill:

  • Soccer
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Hockey
  • Handball
  • Martial Arts
  • Swimming

and much more!

All sports and activities will be run by well-renowned coaches from McGill University.

Sports and Games

18 hours per week with specialized coaches from McGill in well-equipped, modern sports facilities.

Campers will be divided by age and gender, depending on the activity. Throughout the week, we will offer a wide array of different sports and activities and a chance for all campers (local and international) to interact with one another in a fun and cohesive environment.

Sport shoes are mandatory.

Years of Collaboration

"Since 2008, McGill’s Summer Sports Camp has enjoyed a wonderful partnership with ALI. The international element brought by ALI’s students improves the social and sporting experience for everyone, and offers an excellent opportunity for our team and students to share ideas and learn together. We hope to keep this partnership for many years."

Perry Karnofsky - Montreal, Canada
McGill Canadian Summer Sports Camp’s Manager - McGill University

Learn

Classes (English or French)

In the afternoon, over the course of 15 hours of class time per week, your children will improve their language skills by engaging in fun and challenging activities in English or French.

On their first day, students are tested and assigned to an English or French class based on their level. 

They are then assigned to a classroom with a maximum of 16 students per class. Students follow a challenging curriculum developed exclusively for young students that covers the full range of language skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar, and vocabulary).

Materials and certificates are included.