March Break and Summer Camps

Camps are different at UTS

Registration for 2024 camps starts in December 2023!

Are you looking for an enriching and fun-filled experience for your child? Look no further! We are thrilled to introduce our exceptional lineup of March Break and Summer camps that promise to ignite your child's curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking skills.

Here's a sneak peek at some of the exciting topics you can look forward to:

🧠 Neuroscience: Explore the mysteries of the brain through hands-on experiments and interactive activities. Your child will discover the wonders of neuroscience and gain a deeper understanding of how our brains work.

🏙️ Urban Planning: Encourage your child's interest in shaping the future of cities. They'll learn about city design, sustainable living, and urban development while working on their own urban planning project.

🎭 Drama: Watch your child's confidence soar as they take the stage. Our drama camp will help them develop acting skills, improvise, and strengthen communication skills. It's an excellent opportunity for self-expression and creativity.

Math: Make math enjoyable and engaging! Our math camp incorporates fun games, puzzles, and activities to boost your child's mathematical prowess while making learning a blast.

🎨 Visual Arts: Unleash your child's inner artist. Our visual arts camp encourages self-expression while exploring the technology and creativity behind different forms of artistic creation.

💬 Speech and Debate: Hone your child's communication and critical thinking abilities. Our speech and debate camp helps participants develop persuasive speaking, argumentation, and public speaking skills.


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March Break camps will run March 11 2024 to March 15 2024.

Summer camps will run throughout July 2024.

We offer free before and after care from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Questions? Get in touch at [email protected]

Important Details

Getting here

University of Toronto Schools is located on the corner of Spadina Ave and Bloor St. W. at 371 Bloor Street West.  The main entrance is located off of Washington Ave. (one block south of Bloor).  

  • The two closest subway stations are Spadina and St. George.
  • Street parking is limited in the area; there is a small paid parking lot (run by the University of Toronto) located behind the building and accessible from the northbound lane of Spadina Ave.  
  • If arriving by bike, there are several bike posts surrounding our school.

  • UTS does not offer a purchasable lunch program.  Students should bring a packed lunch or be prepared to purchase in the neighborhood.
  • In general, participants currently in Grade 9 or lower eat their lunch on site under supervision; while participants currently in Grade 10 or higher are unsupervised during lunch.  Younger students can be given permission to leave the building during lunch, but with the understanding that they will be unsupervised.
Extended Care

UTS is pleased to offer a complimentary extended care program for the convenience of parents and guardians.  It runs from 8:00 a.m. to camp start, and from camp end to 5:00 p.m. 

Cancellation Policy

University of Toronto Schools (UTS) reserves the right to reschedule or cancel any Experience Innovation @ UTS program. We strive to let clients know if a program has to be rescheduled or cancelled well in advance of the start date.

  • If UTS cancels, clients will be contacted and rebooked for another program of the same or similar program. In the case of a UTS cancellation, registrants may also request a full refund.
  • If a client cancels, all cancellations prior to the cancellation deadlines listed below, are subject to a fee of $50. No refunds will be issued after June 15th for summer programs and February 15th for March Break programs.
  • Cancellation requests may be submitted by phone, email, online or in person. If you have any questions or concerns about our cancellation policy, please contact us at [email protected].


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