Summer Camps

Is your kid interested in sports like basketball, baseball, volleyball, tennis or soccer? Are they a creative person who likes writing, acting, drawing or photography? Do they want to learn how to create lines of code or program video games? With over 100 offerings, our Summer camps have something for everyone.

2022 Summer Camps Schedule


The camp schedule is available now. Registration is limited, so sign up early to get your spot. We look forward to seeing your kids! 

Summer Camp Descriptions


In this innovative camp, your kid will learn how to create a basic, fully functional app. Campers will learn how to transform the complex language of text-based coding into visual, drag-and- drop building blocks.

Your kid will learn how to perform the fundamental shots of the game and strategies for their execution. Campers will develop skills in game play and friendly competition. 

Our baseball camps are ideal for players of all levels. Your kid will learn how to hit, field and throw as well as training techniques and strategies.

Your kid will learn a variety of skills and drills to take their game to the next level. This program teaches all the phases of the game, from passing, dribbling and shooting to defense, rebounding and one-on-one moves. Players will be divided up by age and skill level.

Learn the tips and tricks of the superstars! This camp will allow your kid to sharpen their acting skills through performing scenes from movies and TV shows. Scenes will be filmed, and participants will see themselves on the big screen during a showcase at the camp’s conclusion.  No acting experience is required.

Feel the sand between your toes! This outdoor camp will help your kid develop the fundamentals of this favourite summertime sport. Players of all levels are welcome.

This camp lets your kid explore their creative side. Participants will learn the foundations of cartooning and how to apply it to activities such as creating comic strips, storyboards and abstract art.

Coding is the future! In this camp, your kid will learn the skills needed to build simple websites and games. Campers will refine their design and develop their logic and problem-solving abilities, working on different projects every day.

Let your kid’s imagination run free with one of our most popular camps. Participants will explore different forms of writing, including short fiction, poetry and comic-book writing.

Got a budding graphic artist in the family? In this camp, your kid will learn the basics of Photoshop or similar programs including how to create web graphics. They’ll also learn about branding and logos.  Campers will complete fun and creative projects that will put them on the path to becoming graphic artists.

In this fun and interactive camp, your kid will learn basic elements of photography such as composition, lighting, exposure, aperture and more. They will explore advanced techniques like how to capture texture and take nature photos, and they’ll learn how to do basic post-production editing. Whether they’re looking to become professionals or just take pictures for fun, this camp is for them.

This camp is for kids who want to learn the various aspects of drama, including improv, storytelling, character development and voicework. Every day is different, with games that encourage campers to approach the stage with imagination, cooperation and bravery. Participants will craft their own piece of theatre to be presented on the final day.

Today’s weather report – brought to you by your child! This camp is perfect for kids interested in radio/TV broadcasting or podcasting. Campers will learn how to write shows, conduct interviews, report on sports and even how to cue music.

JavaScript is the programming language of the internet that allows you to make web pages interactive. In this camp, your kid will learn how to create interactive web pages and games using languages such as HTML and jQuery in a DOM framework. Campers will also tackle programming challenges, which will stretch their brains and inspire them when creating their own programs.

Campers will be introduced to the keyboard through fun typing exercises and learn how to navigate and explore various programs such as Word, Paint, PowerPoint, Coding and more.

This half-day program is for younger age groups. Campers will focus on skill development such as dribbling, shooting, passing, defending and more. They’ll also learn to work as a team to build their confidence on the court.

Designed for children aged 7–12, this camp will make your kid a better soccer player. Campers will learn European- and Brazilian-style soccer with a focus on ball control, footwork, dribbling, passing and shooting.

An Olympic sport since 1998, table tennis is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. Designed for children aged 7–12, this half-day camp combines games and individual skill development. No previous experience is necessary.

Known to improve physical and mental well-being, yoga can help your child learn patience and self-discipline as well as improve their ability to focus. Along with yoga, this camp includes outdoor walks, games and other activities. No previous yoga experience required.

Campers will learn the math that goes into making the Olympic games a success – while keeping fit at the same time. The math portion of this camp will explore measurement, graphing, computation, data analysis and fractions, while analyzing the results of previous Olympic events. Campers will also take part in athletics activities in the gym and outdoors, as well as leadership and team-building activities in the classroom. 

This camp features a variety of indoor and outdoor activities to keep your child active mentally and physically. Offering a mix of athletic activities in the gym and outdoors, as well as leadership and team-building activities in the classroom, this camp will keep both the body and brain active.

Campers will explore a variety of arts-related activities – from drama and improv activities, to film/broadcasting and acting pursuits – that will encourage their creative potential and cooperative spirit. This camp takes place at Queens Park Bandshell (New Westminster only). This program is not eligible for city subsidy.

Your kid will exercise their brain as well as their body in this fun-filled week. They’ll learn how to build websites, code and create graphics while also keeping physically active with activities such as basketball, soccer, badminton, cooperative games and more. They’ll also take part in leadership and team-building activities.

This camp will help kids become leaders in their schools and communities. Campers will learn team-building skills, the importance of taking initiative and the benefits of getting involved, and making a difference, in their communities and beyond.

An Olympic sport since 1998, table tennis is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. Designed for children aged 9–15, this half-day camp combines games and individual skill development. No previous experience is necessary.

This outdoor camp is suitable for beginners and intermediate players. Your kid will learn the fundamentals of the game, including how to serve, rally and play at the net.

In this camp, participants will discover the ins and outs of TikTok. They’ll explore the latest trends in comedy, dance and storytelling, learn various editing techniques, and compare with one another what’s on their “For You” pages before creating their own videos.

In this camp, your child will learn how to make their very own video game using various platforms.

This full-day camp is filled with art and writing activities. Campers will explore various art techniques, such as drawing and painting, while also learning and experimenting with different genres of writing, including poetry and journalism.

Calling all future business leaders! Ever wonder how an idea becomes a business? This camp is for kids who want to learn how to be successful entrepreneurs. Campers will explore models of leadership, teamwork, marketing, research, public speaking and more.

Registration information

Camps fill up quickly, so don’t delay! Register online starting Monday, April 11th at 10am.

In addition to the registration form, all participants are required to fill out and submit an Informed Consent/Authorization Form for Minors & Code of Conduct form.

Save the form with your child’s name as the file name and email it to youthcamps@douglascollege.ca.

Having trouble registering using the online form? You can also register by phone by contacting the Continuing Education Registration Office at 604 527 5472 (during office hours).

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Contact Information

For registration enquiries:
Continuing Education Registration Office
604 527 5472 
Email registration 

For youth camp program information: 
Youth Camp Office 
604 527 5680 
Email Youth Camps