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Together, McGill University and the McCord Museum offer five different summer camps with innovative and varied programs, including sports camp, computer science camp, explorations camp with a focus on science, conservatory camp and the McCord Museum camp. 

These programs have been designed to ensure that participating children are engaged in educational and exciting activities day long. Read about our different camps below and head over to their individual websites to learn more and register.

Conservatory camp

Held at the Schulich School of Music, McGill's Conservatory Camp is perfect for musically inclined kids aged 5 to 15. In addition to daily doses of choir, dance, percussion, drama and arts and crafts, it offers specialized video, garage band, orchestra and DJ camps. No musical background is required, but musical enjoyment is guaranteed.

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Explorations camp

Established in 1978 by a team of educators from McGill’s Faculty of Education, Explorations Camp was originally founded as a summer school for gifted students. It has since become an activity-filled enrichment program that offers children aged 5 to 18 a variety of endeavors from diverse areas of art, music, dance, improv theatre and magic as well as opportunities in science and technology, robotics and coding. Activities are led by certified teachers, including McGill-trained educators, or by experts in their fields, in activities such as comedy, Bollywood dance, and Build a Computer.

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Sports camp

Junior jocks aged 6 to 15 have the run of the University’s state-of-the-art athletic facilities, seasoned instructors and lush green spaces. This activity-filled program is divided into sports, creative activities and aquatics, and the emphasis is on summertime fun, not competition.

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McCord Museum day camp

Children aged 5 to 12 have fun with history, enjoy nearby city parks and play games while visiting hidden gems around Montreal. This fully bilingual day camp offers two themed programs with something of interest to everyone.

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