Ready for summer 2022?

Just because it's nice outside, it doesn't mean kids and teens should stop learning. Whether you want to bolster their understanding of science, technology and engineering, develop their creativity through the arts or improve athletic and teamwork abilities, there's something for every age.

Sports Summer Camps

For boys and girls ages 6-12

Concordia Athletics Sports Camps provide children with the opportunity to enjoy an array of sporting activities, either during the summer or throughout the year. Whether it’s to develop specific skills or take part in physical activities, children enjoy memorable experiences in a safe and quality environment.


Programming options include soccer, hockey, multisport; leadership, language and math skills.

YMCA – Concordia
Fine Arts camps

We are happy to announce that the YMCA–Concordia Fine Arts Day Camp for children between 5 and 17 years of age will return this summer. Day camps will be held at Concordia’s downtown campus and registration is now open. Campers will be able to choose from four areas – dance, theatre, music and visual arts.

Science and Engineering Summer Camp

For kids ages 6-12


This program lets campers explore the worlds of science, technology, mathematics and engineering. With a new theme each week, they'll experience interactive workshops, play outside, and go on a field trip to Montreal institutions such as the Canadian Space Agency and the Planetarium.

All-Girls Summer Engineering and
Technology program

For girls in grades 8-11 and CEGEP

Careers in engineering and technology are all about creativity, innovation and leadership. This free two-week program gives young women hands-on engineering experience through design challenges, interactive labs and informative activities.

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Offered to students currently in grades 10 and 11

This program encourages students to use STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, Math) concepts to design and develop sustainable products.

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Data Training: Visualization of Scientific Results

Offered to students entering grade 11


This exciting camp provides students with an opportunity to get hands-on experience in what promises to be one of the most sought-after skills of the coming decade: extracting vital information from numerical data and presenting it in creative, easy-to-understand visualizations.

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