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.
Students in groups of 9 to 15 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 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!
To add variety to the program, destinations vary each summer.
Language Adventure With Hockey Option is for students/players ages 11-15 with a hockey background who want to learn a new language plus have on-ice and off-ice hockey training with qualified and experienced coaches. Click the link above for details.
Dates & Fees
July 5 – August 1, 2020 For boys and girls ages 11 to 17 Canadian students: $3,900 CAD taxes included* International students: $5,100 CAD taxes included*
Fees include: • $20 pocket money per week • Language Adventure T-Shirt and group photo • 20 to 25 hours of language classes per week • Room and board • Cultural trips, excursions, sports and all activities • Bus transportation • Laundry
For international students, in addition to the above, fees include: • International insurance for the duration of the camp • Round-trip transportation to and from Pierre-Elliott Trudeau Airport, Montreal • supervision and meals on campus the night before and after the camp • Bedding (sheets, pillow & blanket)
*Please note: A $300 deposit is required at time of application. **Sibling discount: $350 for second child. (This offer cannot be combined with another Stanstead Summer Camps discount or offer.) ***$200 off for returning students, valid until March 31, 2019
The Stanstead College Language Adventure Summer Camp has organized a Monitor-in-Training Program since 2003. MITs are students who are given an elevated level of responsibility as well as an extra set of privileges. We encourage former Language Adventure students who wish to pursue a future summer job opportunity to send their résumés to:
"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."
- Aleksandrov family
"The Stanstead College Summer Language Adventure is a great program. It not only focuses on learning languages but also trains children about important factors such as teamwork, friendly sociability, good behaviour and strong independence."
- Thanh Tang
"I cannot thank the Language Adventure enough for the great time my daughter Sophia had during the last summer camp. In my daughter’s words, ‘It’s a place that you would come back to without hesitation.’ Wonderful work! Keep it up! Saludos!"
-Gustavo G. Elvira
"Philip and Alexander have been going to the Summer Camp for three years. They enjoy the opportunity to meet new friends, the special bond that forms from competing in the games and sports and especially the camping and outings. Oh yes, they also don’t mind learning more French. Last year, two cousins from Vancouver joined them and all had a blast. If the boys are telling and getting their cousins to join, we know that they are very positive about the experience. As parents, we see the camp as a fun place where the staff know how to motivate the kids and combine fun and learning in a safe and friendly environment."