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We train the health care providers of tomorrow

From state-of-the-art labs and equipment, to work placements that will give you the hands-on experience you need, Georgian College Health, Wellness and Sciences programs can take you where you want to go in the health care field.

Our curriculum focuses on interprofessional education and patient-centred treatment. Community-accessible teaching health care clinics, accessible to members of the public, allow our students to gain valuable clinical experience. This collaborative health team approach allows students from our many Health, Wellness and Sciences programs to learn and work together for the benefit of patients. It’s the future of health care and it’s how health care is taught at Georgian College.

Come study with us and begin your exciting future in health care.

Dental hygiene students hold up a homemade good food/bad food chart

Georgian College Dental Hygiene students give dental health lesson

On Feb. 13, 2013 a group of Dental Hygiene students visited Ferris Lane Daycare in Barrie as part of their Diverse Populations and Health Beliefs course. One of the outcomes of this course is to understand the needs of children as clients. Read more...

Alumna Julia Young-Williams

Julia Young-Williams

Advanced Care Paramedic, County of Simcoe


Advanced Care Paramedic



I worked as a Primary Care Paramedic for six years before entering the Advanced Care Paramedic program at Georgian. I liked that Georgian's instructors are paramedics and can appreciate what we do for a living and accommodate our education needs appropriately. Read more...

Faculty member Toni Cano

Toni Cano

Toni is the Pharmacy Technician Program Co-ordinator. Prior to teaching at Georgian, Toni was a pharmacy manager for 17 years. She's a registered member of the Ontario College of Pharmacists and the Canadian Pharmacy Technician Educators’ Association. She continues to do casual work within a community pharmacy setting to remain current. Read more...

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Rob Theriault

Rob has been in the emergency medical services (EMS) industry since 1984 and currently teaches in both the Paramedic and Advanced Care Paramedic programs. He is also a former critical care flight paramedic and currently works part-time as an advanced care paramedic (ACP) in southern Ontario. Rob is a published author, researcher, blogger and podcaster. He speaks at conferences across Canada and internationally. Read more...

Kelly Mannen

A proud graduate of Georgian College, Kelly joined as full-time faculty in 2002. Over the last 10 years, Kelly has held positions as professor/co-ordinator with the Dental programs, lead facilitator for interprofessional education at Georgian, and member of the macro curriculum committee. She currently holds the position of curriculum coach with the Centre for Teaching and Learning. Read more...

Celia Mirco

As a registered occupational therapist with a master's degree in adult education, Celia has held a clinical caseload in several areas of pratice including community care, inpatient rehab. She also held a private practice within the auto sector. This has allowed her the opportunity to work with a wide array of client groups and conditions. Celia currently holds a casual position as a practising occupational therapist. Read more...


Kendra Barcelos

Professor, Pharmacy Technician program

Kendra spent 23 years working at The Hospital for Sick Children, with a portion of her time there spent in a leadership role as the senior pharmacy technician within the Hematology/Oncology Satellite. She also worked with the Department Of National Defense as a pharmacy technician at Base Borden. Read more...

Dental hygiene students hold up a homemade good food/bad food chart

Georgian College Dental Hygiene students give dental health lesson

On Feb. 13, 2013 a group of Dental Hygiene students visited Ferris Lane Daycare in Barrie as part of their Diverse Populations and Health Beliefs course. One of the outcomes of this course is to understand the needs of children as clients. Read more...

Students stand on staircase holding large cheque

SAC presents cheque to local hospital foundation

The Students’ Administrative Council (SAC) at the Orangeville Campus presented a cheque to Headwaters Health Care Centre for $2,110 on April 8. Funds were raised by student reps in each class (pictured). Read more...

Georgian massage clinic kneads clients

Students from the Massage Therapy program are busy honing their skills through Georgian's Massage Therapy Clinic. Located on the first floor of the Sadlon Centre for Health and Wellness, the clinic allows Georgian students to provide services under the supervision of Registered Massage Therapists. Read more...

A group of students pose outside the Administrative building at the Barrie Campus.

Dental students raise money for oral health care in Walk for Smiles

Georgian College Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting students, faculty and staff laced up this week for the Walk for Smiles walkathon. The second annual event is a celebration of Oral Health Month. Read more...

Yvonne stands next to a life-sized duct tape torso

Health care simulation at home

Yvonne Galbraith has been working in simulation in Georgian’s Nursing programs for three years. She has combined her 36 years of nursing experience with her passion for art (she is an alumna of Georgian’s Fine Arts program, 2002) to create the Study Buddy. Read more...

Student Janis Batest handles an intravenus tube

Janis Bates

Being a single mother of 2 small children, the opportunity to enter into a degree program in a field that I have a passion for while not having to uproot my family is an amazing experience that the Georgian College/York University collaborative program offers. Read more...

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Massage students help RVH staff and patients

This week, Georgian students massaged more than 75 RVH staff members. Seven students had the opportunity to work in the Palliative Care unit, where they helped 11 patients with comfort and pain management through massage. Read more...

Lynsey receives her prize from Dr. Catherine Drea, Vice President, Student Engagement and University Partnerships.

Practical Nursing student wins $1,500 toward tuition

Lynsey Vanden Pol, a first-semester student in Georgian’s Practical Nursing program, recently won $1,500 toward her tuition. Lynsey completed the online Georgian Profile Survey (GPS) during the fall semester and was randomly chosen as the lucky recipient of the grand prize. Read more...

Gloved hands are shown going through a large collection of medications/pills.

Pharmacy Technician students help make OPP drug drop-off a success

Georgian College Pharmacy Technician students fanned out across Simcoe County and Muskoka recently to help with a province-wide prescription drug drop-off day organized by Ontario Provincial Police. Read more...

Group shot of students in their purple t-shirts at the Barrie Campus

News worth smiling about: Students raise $1,600

Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting students celebrated National Dental Hygienist Week and Oral Health Month by participating in the first annual Walk for Smiles on April 7 at the Barrie Campus. The students were challenged to take part by dental students at Cambrian College. Read more...

Students gather around a decorated evergreen tree at the Orillia Campus

Tree honours memory of beloved best friend

Staff and faculty collected funds to purchase and plant a tree in honour of Ruby, a Golden Retriever who passed away last February and was a familiar face at the Orillia Campus. In December, second-year Vet Tech students took up another collection to help decorate the tree for Christmas. Read more...

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Dental Assisting students seeking clients for Oral Health Clinic

Young people seeking dental services, or a good deal on a mouth guard, are being offered a great opportunity by the Georgian College Oral Health Clinic. Dental Assisting students will be offering a variety of dental services to members of the community between the ages of eight and 25. Read more...

Practical Nursing graduate honoured with Governor General’s Medal

Hard work and dedication have paid off for Practical Nursing graduate Karin Stockwell. She received a 2013-2014 Governor General’s Academic Medal. The annual award recognizes the graduating student with the highest academic performance at Georgian. Karin received her medal during convocation. Read more...

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Ninth annual combat challenge a huge success

Pre-Service Firefighter students in Ontario have helped to raise more $100,000 over the past nine years in support of Camp BUCKO. Georgian hosted the annual combat event this month, bringing together students from colleges across the province in an exciting skills competition. Read more...

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Paramedic programs go digital

This fall, Program Co-ordinator Randi McDermott says they are eliminating all paper books in Georgian’s paramedic programs. Students will purchase iPad Minis and Georgian Stores has created one-stop-shopping for all required digital books. Read more...

Visit Georgian's spa and esthetics clinic

Client of the Georgian spa and esthetics clinic help students gain the clinical experience they require to be successful in their career, while receiving preventative, therapeutic, relaxation and wellness services, under the supervision of clinical experts. Read more...

Group holds up large cheque for $250,000

Lions Club lends roaring support for Opticianry students

The Barrie Lions Club and Georgian College Opticianry students want everyone to see more clearly. That’s why a group of Lions recently visited the Georgian College Optical clinic in the Sadlon Centre for Health and Wellness to present the final payment in its $250,000 pledge. Read more...

A large group of uniformed paramedi students holding signs that say "Heroes are human" and "I've got your back"

Paramedic students have got your back

Georgian’s Paramedic students have rallied their support behind two campaigns — #IVEGOTYOURBACK911 and Heroes are Human – both aimed at creating social awareness about the terrible toll Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can take on those working on the front lines of emergencies. Read more...

Two female students sort clothing in a grocery cart at Scott Mission.

Owen Sound students open hearts to homeless

Students from the Police Foundations, Personal Support Worker and Early Childhood Education programs at the Owen Sound Campus hopped on a bus recently and ventured to Toronto to volunteer at the Scott Mission men’s shelter. Read more...

Personal Support Worker program matches skills to needs

This fall, Georgian College Personal Support Worker students are learning skills that match industry needs more closely than ever before. After consultation with community partners, the program now includes two lab-based skills courses. Read more...

Uniformed third year student Nadia Holubowsky

Nadia Holubowsky

My time at Georgian has been one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences of my life. The positive, friendly and knowledgeable educators have given me the skills to set a foundation for a future of lifelong learning in nursing. Read more...

Craig Cardiff, performing at the last class

Nursing students raise funds for Dominican mission

For more than 10 years, a small contingency of Georgian’s nursing students and faculty have provided volunteer health care to isolated communities in the Dominican Republic. Working alongside Medicines for Humanity, they set up mobile health clinics in small villages surrounding sugar cane fields. Read more...

A group of six women in nursing scrubs stand behind a table full of medications.

Nursing students help out in Dominican

Second-year Practical Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Nursing students provided care in the Dominican Republic during an interprofessional Health and Wellness trip this spring. Read more...

A Georgian massage therapy student massages a patient at the clinic

Do your muscles ache from shovelling?

Georgian’s Student Massage Therapy Clinic can help

Recent snowfall has meant long and tedious hours of shovelling for many local residents. For people whose snow-clearing efforts have resulted in sore or strained muscles, Georgian College’s Student Massage Therapy Clinic is open and ready to offer reasonably-priced relief. Read more...

Clinic offering free custom-made sports mouthguards

To promote safety at the competitive and recreational levels, students in Georgian’s Dental Hygiene program at the Barrie Campus are offering free custom-made sports mouthguards to anyone 12 years of age and older. Read more...

Two injured girls with neck braces sit in a car.

Police Foundations, Paramedic students face “emergency” in Meaford

It looked like a real-life emergency. Two vehicles – a car and a van, had crashed on the outskirts of Meaford on a drizzly, overcast day. Smoke was pouring from the van, and two people were still inside the car, injured. Blood ran from the mouth of the passenger. That’s the scene that confronted Georgian College Georgian Police Foundations students from the Owen Sound Campus and Paramedic students from the Barrie Campus on Wednesday, March 25. Luckily for all involved it was a staged event, part of a hands-on police, fire, and EMS training day at the Meaford Fire Training Centre. Read more...

Ryan Calver in his scrubs, in one of Georgian's sim labs

Ryan Calver, BScN student

In high school, I did co-ops to become a plumber. I even worked in that field for a few years. But what I really wanted to do for a living was help people. I started at Georgian as a mature student in the Pre-Health program, which really helped me zero into the career I wanted. Read more...

Georgian Pre-Health students tackle social justice issues through various projects

As part of community service learning projects, Pre-health Sciences students have been busy planning and organizing a number of awareness campaigns in collaboration with various community partners. Campaigns include The REDress Project, and more! Read more...

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Student and grad recognized by Barrie Police Service

It was a night for celebrating bravery and goodwill at Barrie Police Service. Community members, police service staff and students were honoured at an annual awards event on March 20, recognizing exemplary policing efforts in the city and civilian efforts to help out strangers in need. Read more...

Portrait of student Blair Fleming in a science class

Blair Fleming

I needed to upgrade my skills, so I took the Pre-Health Sciences program. I studied sciences, biology, physics, math and general education. In one year, I had all the prerequisites I needed to enter the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) program at the Barrie Campus. Read more...

Taylor, holding her prize pack

Aspiring nurse gets boost with prize pack

After getting into the Pre-Health program, Taylor decided she wanted to learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) program at Georgian College's Open House last November. During the event, she filled out a ballot to win a prize pack full of school supplies and won. Read more...

a group of pre-health students posing in front of a volleyball net at the Georgian Athletic Centre in Barrie

Serving up some stress relief

Pre-health students at the Barrie Campus bumped off stress between mid-terms and assignments by playing a friendly game of volleyball with faculty. Read more...

a happy graduate, wearing her convocation gown, holds her son.

Convocation baby

Opticianry graduate Whitney Marshall of Orillia brought a special guest with her to convocation at the Barrie Campus on Oct. 21 – her two-week-old son, Paul Davis. Paul had also accompanied his mom when she wrote her national opticianry certification exam. Read more...

Georgian nursing student recognized with police chief citation

Practical Nursing student Sarah Gray was honoured with the Owen Sound Police Chief’s Citation Award for her role assisting a cyclist who was struck by a car last spring. Sarah witnessed the accident and her instincts immediately took over. She got out of her car, directed bystanders and used first aid training to provide care and monitor the cyclist until paramedics arrived on scene. He sustained life-threatening injuries and still walks with crutches and a leg brace. Read more...

A group of colourfully dressed people gather together in a lunch room.

Georgian Me to We club makes positive impact in Kenya

Members of the Georgian Me to We club have returned from an experiential learning trip to Kenya. Me to We is a social justice group that contributes to the local and international community to better people's lives through education, health care, clean water and sanitation, etc. This year’s international development trip focused on educational learning and building a school for children in Kenya. Read more...

Alumna Julia Young-Williams

Julia Young-Williams

Advanced Care Paramedic, County of Simcoe


Advanced Care Paramedic



I worked as a Primary Care Paramedic for six years before entering the Advanced Care Paramedic program at Georgian. I liked that Georgian's instructors are paramedics and can appreciate what we do for a living and accommodate our education needs appropriately. Read more...

Uniformed alumnus Jeff Pham

Jeff Pham

Primary Care Paramedic, Toronto EMS


Paramedic (formerly Primary Care Paramedic)



The biggest thing I learned at Georgian was professionalism. I now understand the importance of being punctual, a clean uniform, good hygiene, how to provide care for my patients even when I'm having a bad day. Read more...

Uniformed Veterinary Technician Chris Slik and his dog, Skyla

Chris Slik

Registered Veterinary Technician and Practice Manager, Elmvale Veterinary Hospital


Veterinary Technician



As a Registered Veterinary Technician, I provide many of the same services to a veterinary clinic that a registered nurse does for a hospital or doctor’s office. The best part of my job is knowing that I’ve made an animal’s life better. Read more...

Alumna Alyssa McGuire

Alyssa McGuire

Recreation Therapist, Specialty Care


Therapeutic Recreation

After graduation, I didn’t have the expertise or qualifications to achieve the career of my dreams. The Therapeutic Recreation program at Georgian College was exactly what I needed to gain the specific techniques required in my field. Read more...

Alumna Vanessa Lloyd smiles on the way to the stage, in her graduation gown

Vanessa Lloyd

Dental Hygienist


Dental Hygiene



The day of her convocation, she received an email confirming her registration to her profession. Ten minutes later, a dental office in her hometown of Shelburne called her to book an interview about a job opening. And just one hour later, she crossed the stage to accept her diploma. Read more...

Portrait of Alumnus Sheona Kloostra, smiling

Sheona Kloostra

CEO and Founder, Happy at Home Support Services Inc.





Sheona Kloostra has used her nursing education and the skills gained from a 17-year career in emergency and palliative hospital care to create a fast-growing, multi-service business catering to people with health issues who want to be cared for at home. Rapid demand for her service has resulted in 10 new franchise locations planned for the next two years. Read more...

Darryl Hardy poses for picture

Darryl Hardy

Primary Care Paramedic, County of Simcoe





I’ve worked many jobs, from restaurant management to construction, and really enjoy teaching guitar. But I wanted a role that would provide me with the stability I needed to start a family. I decided to study paramedicine because I find it fascinating. Read more...

A beaming Rachel Hill Campbell receives her award from Transitions Optical

Rachel Hill Campbell

Owner/Licensed Optician, Personal Optical


Opticianry (formerly Dispensing Optician)



Immediately after graduating from Georgian, Rachel started working for a large optical chain and began managing a location within the first year. She had the opportunity to work with a smaller chain to gain knowledge and experience in both environments. Nine years ago, after learning additional business aspects, she felt confident enough to start her own company. Read more...

Alumna Courtney stands in a nursing lab

Courtney Houldsworth

Client Care Coordinator, Simcoe Muskoka Community Care Access Centre


Bachelor of Science in Nursing



After graduation, I worked at Sick Kids, caring for critically ill newborn babies in a family-centred care environment. I’m excited to be transitioning to a position at Simcoe Muskoka CCAC near my hometown. I’ll be assessing hospitalized patients of all ages for eligibility for home care services. Read more...

Portrait of smiling alumnus Kris Voycey

Kris Voycey

Lead Operations Manager at Hotel-Dieu Grace Hospital, Windsor





Kris Voycey, a 1997 Nursing grad, is president of the Council of the College of Nurses of Ontario and works as a nursing administrator at a Windsor hospital. He says Georgian provided a great environment, which helped develop his leadership skills. Read more...

Charmaine, sitting in a yoga pose in front of a statue

Charmaine Whitman

Registered Massage Therapy, Sanctuary Day Spa and Enaahtig Healing Lodge


Shki-Miikan (New Roads), Pre-Health Sciences, Massage Therapy, Aboriginal Community and Social Development



Every massage therapist becomes a unique blend of their life experience, skills, passions, values, and gifts. I have massaged in many different settings since graduating: world class spas, health clinics, healing lodges and addictions treatment facilities. Read more...

Alumna Jennifer Cameron

Jennifer Cameron

Primary Care Paramedic, Brant County Ambulance





Before studying at Georgian, I worked at the Drive Test Centre as a Driver Examiner. Georgian College helped me get a career I’m passionate about – responding to emergency medical situations as a Primary Care Paramedic. Read more...

Alumnus Rich Vander Wal in full cycling gear, speeding by in a unique three wheel cycle

Rich Vander Wal

Co-Founder Neurocore Physiotherapy


Therapeutic Recreation

A traumatic spinal cord injury in 1992 forced Rich Vander Wal to re-evaluate his personal values. After graduating from Georgian’s Therapeutic Recreation program and working in the field for five years, he decided to start his own rehab centre. Read more...

Smiling alumna Dianne Martin

Dianne Martin

Executive Director, Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario


Practical Nursing



During my time at Georgian, I received a great education which fully prepared me for both the workplace and for ongoing learning. The informal one-to-one time that I had with my nursing instructors was unexpected and created a situation where success was assured. Read more...

Lisa Tamblyn

Lisa Tamblyn

Patient Representative, RVH


Practical Nursing



I have 28 years of experience in health care as a Registered Nurse. The majority of my work has been at the Hospital for Sick Children in the Cardiac Program, Transplantation, Critical Care and Organ Donation. I helped to initiate the Organ Donation Program at Sick Kids. Read more...

Adam Silvestri

Adam Silvestri

Pharmacy Assistant, Shoppers Simply Pharmacy and Superstore


Pharmacy Technician



The faculty were really topnotch. My instructors were great people who were as knowledgeable as they were helpful. They offered me the information I needed to be professional and competent in the workplace. Read more...

Melissa Barnes in her scrubs, talking to a patient

Melissa Barnes

Registered Nurse at Headwaters Health Care Centre


Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Nursing is something I’ve always wanted to do. I plucked up the courage to go back to school. It’s easier being a mature student because you’re better ready to handle things and know what you want in life. I was surprised how many mature students were in my class. Read more...

Portrait of smiling alumna Roxanne McAneney

Roxanne McAneney

Registered Massage Therapist


Pre-Health Sciences and Massage Therapy



Georgian College prepared me for the workplace by providing me with clinical hands-on experience, as well as very knowledgeable and encouraging professors who taught me to believe in myself, and my abilities as a regulated healthcare professional. Read more...

2015 Summer Camps

Children and youth aged five to 17 learn about science, art, engineering, agriculture or esthetics in our weekly fun and educational summer day camps.

To register for our 2015 summer camps, visit the registration page.

Camps available for 2015:

  • Science Camp: Science Explorers
  • Science Camp: Scientists in Training
  • Master Builders’ Camp using LEGO® WeDo
  • Robot Academy using LEGO® MINDSTORMS®
  • Spa Camp: Mini Makeovers
  • Spa Camp: Beautiful Expressions
  • Art Experience: Creative Thinkers
  • Art Experience: Portfolio Builders
  • Camp Ag(riculture)

Georgian College’s curriculum-based child and youth summer camps cost $260 per week (register prior to May 31, 2015 for early bird pricing to save $40). Costs include materials and supplies for the projects, experiments and activities. Participants are expected to bring their own peanut-free lunches, beverages and snacks.

Camp programming is scheduled Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (excluding holidays). Outdoor activity breaks will be scheduled throughout each day, weather permitting.

Before- and after-care is available for an additional fee of $10 to $20 per week. Before care begins at 8 a.m. and after care ends at 5 p.m. each day.

Please note that due to low enrolment, camps at the Orillia location have been cancelled for the 2015 season.

For questions related to the Summer Camp program please contact Jillian Harrison

Spa Camps

Spa Camp: Mini Makeovers

Pamper your child with a week at our spa… camp. Your youngster will learn self-care techniques, beauty applications and how to create his or her own natural beauty products in this mini-makeover camp.


Weeks: July 6 to 10, July 13 to 17, July 20 to 24, July 27 to 31, Aug. 4 to 7, Aug. 10 to 14, Aug. 17 to 21 and Aug. 24 to 28

Register for camp

Spa Camp: Beautiful Expressions

Self-expression using skills and knowledge from the esthetics industry will celebrate your child’s unique beauty. Your child will learn to make his or her own natural beauty products as well as techniques for beauty applications and treatments.

AGES 9 TO 14

Weeks: July 6 to 10, July 13 to 17, July 20 to 24, July 27 to 31, Aug. 4 to 7, Aug. 10 to 14, Aug. 17 to 21 and Aug. 24 to 28

Register for camp

Art Camps

Art Experience: Creative Thinkers

Young artists will explore basic art concepts through project-based learning in our art studios. Your child will be introduced to fundamentals of drawing, painting and sculpture using a variety of materials. At the end of the week, your child will have the opportunity to display his or her work at a weekly afternoon art exhibit.

AGES 5 TO 12

Weeks: July 6 to 10, July 13 to 17, July 20 to 24, July 27 to 31, Aug. 4 to 7, Aug. 10 to 14, Aug. 17 to 21 and Aug. 24 to 28

Register for camp

Art Experience: Portfolio Builders

Add to your portfolio and learn the basic fundamentals of art. Creative expression using art and design principles will be the focus of this project-based art experience. Youth enrolled in this program will have an opportunity to work in our art studios and to participate in a weekly art exhibit.

AGES 13 TO 17

Weeks: Aug. 4 to 7, Aug. 10 to 14, Aug. 17 to 21 and Aug. 24 to 28

Register for camp

Science Camps

Science Camp: Science Explorers

Designed with younger learners in mind, this science camp will help your child get excited about the world of science. Your junior scientist will learn the basics of chemistry, biology and physics through fun and interactive experiments. Group projects will be on display at our weekly science fair.


Weeks: July 6 to 10, July 13 to 17, July 20 to 24, July 27 to 31, Aug. 4 to 7, Aug. 10 to 14, Aug. 17 to 21 and Aug. 24 to 28

Register for camp

Science Camp: Scientists in Training

Young scientists will have the opportunity to learn the FUN-damentals of science in a real-world lab setting. Through collaboration and critical thinking, your child will create a science fair project for our weekly science fair.

AGES 8 TO 11

Weeks: July 6 to 10, July 13 to 17, July 20 to 24, July 27 to 31, Aug. 4 to 7, Aug. 10 to 14, Aug. 17 to 21 and Aug. 24 to 28

Register for camp

Robotics Camps

Master Builders’ Camp using LEGO® WeDo

Your master builder will take his or her creativity to the next level through lessons and collaboration using LEGO® pieces. Introductory robotics using LEGO® WeDo will teach your child how to build and program simple models so he or she can bring their creations to life.


Weeks: July 6 to 10, July 13 to 17, July 20 to 24, July 27 to 31, Aug. 4 to 7, Aug. 10 to 14, Aug. 17 to 21 and Aug. 24 to 28

Register for camp

Robot Academy using LEGO® MINDSTORMS®

No prior robot building experience necessary. Our Robot Academy will have your youngster using LEGO® Technic pieces to discover simple machine concepts. With LEGO® MINDSTORMS®, real-life robotics technology will enable your child to build, program and test his or her EV3 creations in a collaborative environment.

AGES 8 TO 12

Weeks: July 6 to 10, July 13 to 17, July 20 to 24, July 27 to 31, Aug. 4 to 7, Aug. 10 to 14, Aug. 17 to 21 and Aug. 24 to 28

Register for camp


Camp Ag(riculture)

In partnership with the Essa and District Agricultural Society, this camp will give children an opportunity to learn about local agriculture and participate in hands-on experiences with livestock, gardening and more.

AGES 5 TO 10

Weeks: July 6 to 10, July 13 to 17 and July 20 to 24

Register for camp

For inquiries please contact at (705) 728-1968 x or

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