Summer Camp Program

The Great Lakes College of Toronto is a private international school preparing students for entrance into Canadian and American universities. Established in 1978, the school has developed expertise in providing university preparation and English language training for overseas students. In 1994, our college began offering a Language Study and Tour Summer Camp and the success of the summer camps has grown each year, attracting young people from all over the world. Our summer camp program allows students to learn and practice English as a Second Language (ESL) and at the same time, have fun while visiting major attractions in Toronto, and other areas of Ontario.

If you are interested in GLCT’s summer camp program, please contact us via [email protected] with title “Summer Camp”.

Program Detail

Each day, students rotate through different classes that focus on various aspects of English language learning. Professional, certified, and experienced teachers use our innovative curriculum to develop all aspects of the students’ abilities including speaking, read, writing, and listening.

The students will stay in modern, safe, clean residences which are equipped with furniture, bedding, refrigerators, wi-fi access, and laundry machines. Professional chefs prepare three delicious and varied meals every day.

Our professional English teachers are always with the students, not only in their classes but also in the evenings, on weekends, and on all cultural activities. They organize fun activities as well for the students and are always willing to listen to and talk with students, who have concerns or who are missing their families.

We offer three different packages to our summer students. All three programs are educational, fun, and actions packed, and include daily English as a Second Language classes. Depending on the length of the package (2, 3 or 4 weeks), we provide a selection from the list below of activities in Toronto and Southern Ontario. Every package includes a 3 day trip to Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City, and a one day trip to Niagara Falls. The Toronto and area activities include CN Tower, Nathan Phillips Square,  Eaton Centre, Yonge & Dundas Square, Ryerson University, Casa Loma, University of Toronto, Queen’s Park, Royal Ontario Museum, Yorkville, Toronto Zoo, Ontario Science Centre, York University, High Park, Yorkdale Mall, Edwards Garden, Scarborough Bluffs, Toronto Centre Island, Harbour Front Centre, Canada’s Wonderland Amusement park, Historic Distillery District, Woodbine Beach, etc.


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