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Summer Camp 2024

What does Summer Camp look like?


Summer Camp 2024 for ages 4-9
(Students entering JK to Gr 4 in September)

Leaders in Training (integrated)
(Students entering Gr 5-8 in September)

Experience a daily burst of engaging science, art, and culinary activities at JEI Camp. Our summer camp program is intentionally crafted to cultivate a broad sense of curiosity and creativity, moving beyond a narrow focus on grades. While the activities cater to JK to Grade 4 learners, picture your child as a mentor, guiding two fellow campers through a week of hands-on projects and collaborative endeavours. Leaders in Training Program is integrated into Summer Camp, allowing students entering Grades 5-8 to cooperate with an experienced JEI Teacher and co-create and lead camp lessons, providing an exclusive chance for your child not just to attend a camp but to thrive as they develop time management, organizational skills, and the ability to express themselves confidently.

📍 JEI Richmond Hill (1650 Elgin Mills Road) 

📍JEI North Richmond Hill (11685 Yonge Street)

  • What are the operation hours for JEI Richmond Hill?
    We are currently not accepting walk-ins at the center at the moment. Please call us at 905-237-8534 or send in your inquiry via email to: Elgin Mills Campus SCHOOL YEAR (Sept-June) Monday to Friday 12:00pm-6:30pm & Saturday 10:00am-12:00pm. SUMMER (July & August) Monday to Friday 9:00am-6:00pm. There are no team members in the center on Saturday & Sunday during the summertime - please book your appointment in advance. North Yonge Campus SCHOOL YEAR (Sept-June) Monday to Friday 2:00pm-6:30pm Closed Saturday & Sunday SUMMER (July & August) Monday & Wednesday 1:00pm-6:00pm. There are no team members in the center on Saturday & Sunday during the summertime - please book your appointment in advance.
  • How often do students attend classes?
    We offer a variety of class packages to cater to each student's learning needs. Typically the student will attend 1 class session per week. In-person classes are 60 mins sessions.
  • What is the student to teacher ratio?
    In-person classes are 1:4 ratio
  • How is a student's progress measured?
    Students will take weekly evaluations that assess their progress on the most recent concepts, and also upon completion of the level, will take cumulative level tests to ensure mastery.

Camp Details

  • 1:10 JEI Teacher to campers ratio

  • Participants will be required to wash their hands frequently (between activities and at the beginning and end of the day).

  • Camp runs from 9:00am–3:00pm. 

  • Early Drop-off add-on at 8:00am for $40/wk per child

  • JEI Math/English individualized classes can be added from 3:00pm to 5:00pm. Academic programs are the perfect defence against summer learning loss. 

  • Field trip & Workshop Fees are extra.

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