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Academic Camp Canada - Summer School

Academic Camp Canada - Summer School

Academic Camp Canada is for students aged 12 to 18 who love to learn and discover. We are offering a challenging and inspiring academic summer in a global community with learners from Canada and all over the world.

Our caring and supportive staff develop students academically whilst emphasising an enjoyable atmosphere in the classroom. Students will study in small classes where individual needs will be met by experienced teachers. (Maximum class size: 15). Students aged 15+ are choosing their subjects.

We offer exciting and vibrant leisure programme to develop students┬┤ leadership skills, to try new things, to become more confident and make friends from all over the world.

Our academic camp is inspirational, experimental, practical and learner-centred with a global approach.

Students study the full range of academic subjects - excellent for students preparing for IB Diploma, Advanced Placement (AP) options, a boarding school in Canada or their future University study.

Set on the beautiful and secure woodland campus of Rothesay Netherwood School near St John in New Brunswick with modern classrooms, state of the art science labs, excellent sports facilities and boarding all on one spectacular campus.

Students will be able to enjoy cultural visits to St. John, Fredericton or Halifax, natural parks, stunning lake, beaches or water parks and fun activities such as sea kayaking, rowing as well as experience something different like whale watching.


Courses at School

  • Young Learner Courses
    • Residential
    • Summer vacation
Constantin, Germany

"I loved this camp so much, the teachers and councillors were amazing! I used english all throughout the camp and I even started using Canadian slang. :)"

Belen, Spain

"The career choice session was helpful. I liked taking a variety of classes I found them really useful for my future studies."

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