A fun-filled Canadian environment with campers from around the world!
Summer of adventures
At Stanstead College, our summer campers learn English, French or Spanish through a unique immersion program that includes classroom learning plus outdoor and cultural excursions and other on-campus activities.
Boys and girls ages 11 to 17 meet in groups of 9 to 15 to receive instruction at three levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced. Classroom instruction focuses on speaking, listening, reading and writing exercises. Participants become more confident in their second (or third) language by improving comprehension and developing their spoken vocabulary and grammar. Students are motivated to speak their language of study at all times in the class and while at play in order to get the most out of their camp and learning experience. At the end of camp, advanced-level students will undergo TOEFL Junior testing.
Learn English, French, or Spanish! Live a language immersion experience and develop lifelong skills and friendships.
Cultural and Recreational Activities
Learning a second language has never been so much fun! To provide students with a chance to discover Quebec’s diverse culture and amazing nature, our Language Adventure immersion program organizes several outdoor and cultural activities throughout the duration of the camp in order to get the most out of their camp and learning experience.
• Museums • Natural parks • Sightseeing • Camping • Day at the beach • Arts & crafts • Teams & sports • Shopping • Bonfires • Amusement Parks • And more!
"In our opinion, it was a great experience for our children. We are really grateful for this useful and interesting language program, for your amazing adventure trips, delicious meals and very warm atmosphere. It goes without saying that the teachers and staff are professional, friendly and always ready to help."
We have reached full registration for the 2022 camp! Contact us to get on the waiting list or to inquire about 2023.
2022 CAMP DATES JULY 3 - JULY 30
FEES International Boarding: $5,300 CAD Domestic Boarding: $4,400 CAD Canadian Day: $3,100 CAD
The fees for the 4-week program is an all-inclusive price which includes: Room and board, academic program, on-campus activities, off-campus excursions, laundry, health insurance coverage, $20 spending money per week, round-trip transportation to/from Montreal Pierre-Elliott Trudeau Airport, and a T-shirt on the first day.
DISCOUNTS* Early Bird Discount Register and pay fees in full by March 31, 2022 and be eligible for a 5% discount.
Sibling Discount If siblings attend the camp at the same time, a discount representing 10% of fees will be applicable for each additional sibling.
*Please note that discounts can not be combined
Registration may be cancelled up to March 31 without penalty. After this date and up to two weeks prior to opening day of camp, a cancellation fee of $300 will be assessed; less than two weeks prior to opening day of camp, the cancellation fee will be $500. There will be no reimbursements after the camp has started.
COVID-19 CANCELLATION POLICY
Families will receive full reimbursement including the deposit amount in the following cases:
1. Stanstead College is forced to cancel the camp.
2. Participants are residents of a country that the Canadian government has deemed a high-risk area/country in the 4 weeks prior to the opening day of camp.
3. Travel bans or border closures from participants' country of residence.
4. If the participant has contracted, has symptoms or been in direct contact with COVID-19 and can produce a medical note from a doctor stating the participant should not travel.
Reimbursements related to COVID-19 will be handled on a case-to-case basis. All other cancellations not related to COVID-19 will follow our regular reimbursement policy.
A NOTE CONCERNING COVID-19 We are aware that uncertainty over the global pandemic COVID-19 may have an impact on our plans. We continue to plan our camp as usual. Stanstead College is monitoring the situation closely in conjunction with federal and regional health officials, the Quebec Association of Independent Schools and the College’s own health centre team.