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SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY

SUMMER CAMPS program guide

2014


WELCOME Since 1967 the Simon Fraser University Camps Program has been committed to serving its participants and ensuring that a positive experience is had by all. The SFU Camps Program exists to foster fun and skill development through physical activity, educational programming and creative endeavors in a safe, inclusive and positive environment. We are committed to establishing a workplace that is student-centred and focused on mentorship and leadership development, while executing a program that is founded on best practice and collaboration. We strive for excellence in all areas and take pride in being a leader in program safety, camp selection and instructor quality.

ABOUT OUR CAMPS

FACILITIES

SPORT CAMPS - Sport Camps offer quality instruction by

Simon Fraser University sits atop Burnaby Mountain, with

SFU’s varsity athletes and highly regarded coaching staff

majestic views of the North Shore mountains, ocean and the

(where available). Participants will receive instruction in

Lower Mainland. The Camps Program has access to three

all aspects of the sport, including development drills and

gyms, tennis courts, squash and racquetball courts, dive tank,

scrimmages. Some Sport Camps may include skill evaluation

swimming pool, archery range, 400 meter track, four fields

summaries, t-shirts, balls and giveaways.

and a lot of outdoor space. In addition, sophisticated labs and classrooms will be used for Mini-University, Computer Camp,

RECREATIONAL & EDUCATIONAL CAMPS - Recreational

Science AL!VE camps and many more!

and Educational Camps are instructed by highly trained educators, enthusiastic university and high school students. The camps are well rounded, offering a mix of educational and recreational opportunities. They include a variety of activities that use SFU facilities, plus academic labs and classrooms. Some camps include swimming and/or field trips. Friday activities may include special events, presentations and friendly water fights. PARTNERSHIP CAMPS - SFU provides a range of camps that are operated in partnership with various community organizations or professionals. These camps follow the same general administration procedures as all SFU camps, however staffing is provided by the partner organization. These camps may utilize SFU facilities, may include recreation time and SFU Camps Program t-shirts.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Volunteer with the SFU Camps Program for an awesome summer experience! You must be dedicated, enthusiastic and at least 14 years old. The application deadline for Summer 2014 Volunteers is May 11, 2014. For more information, please visit www.sfu.ca/camps.

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GETTING HERE Translink has an extensive bus service to SFU with a bus stop located adjacent to the Camps Program central meeting area. Twenty-minute courtesy parking is available for drop-off and pick-up in the Visitor Parkade adjacent to the gym. Full details on parking and drop-off/pick-up procedures will be included in your registration confirmation letter, sent via email, around one week before the start of camp.

ADD SOME EXTRAS (SEE PAGE 18) PRE OR POST CAMP CARE - Need to drop off your camper early or pick up a bit later? Pre-camp Care is available for $20 per week and Post-camp Care available for $40 per week. LUNCH OPTION - Add a healthy lunch, including a sandwich and snack of your choice plus a juice. Lunch options available for select camps only. Please see page 18 for more information. FIT2GO PASS - Something for the Summer Camp Parent! Access our Group Fitness classes or work out in our world class, 12,000 sq foot Fitness Centre before or after you drop off your camper. All of this for only $12 per week.


CONTENTS SPORT CAMPS

EDUCATIONAL CAMPS

Badminton (8–14 years)

4

Mini University (8-14 years) *NEW SUBJECTS*

14

4

Computer Camp (8-14 years)

14

4

ESL (7-16 years)

14

Clan Sports (6-10 years) *NEW FORMAT*

4

Leadership Training (13-17 years)

14

Field Lacrosse (Boys 7-17 years)

5

Football (11-17 years) *NEW COACHES*

5

Golf (4–15 years)

6

Judo (8-15 years)

6

Rugby (6–18 years)

6

Strength & Conditioning (11-18 years)

6

Soccer for Boys (5-14 years)

7

Soccer for Girls (5-14 years)

7

Softball (7-16 years) *NEW FORMAT*

7

Tennis (5-14 years)

8

Track & Field (7-16 years)

8

Volleyball (7-18 years)

8

Wrestling (6-17 years)

8

Basketball for Boys (5-18 years) Basketball for Girls (7-18 years)

SURREY CAMPS Games & Animation (11-15 years)

15

Games Master (11-15 years)

15

Science AL!VE (Grades 2-7)

15

Golf (7–15 years) *NEW CAMP*

15

PARTNERSHIP CAMPS SFU Pipeband (8–13 years)

Director’s Cut (5-13 years) *NEW FORMAT*

16

16

Movie Making (8-13 years)

16

Science AL!VE (Grades 2-9)

17

PRE/POST CAMP CARE & LUNCHES

RECREATION CAMPS Clan Kids (4½-8 years) *NEW AGES*

10

Girls Rule, Fitness Camps (8-14 years) *NEW F0RMAT*

10

SFU’s “GLEE Camp” (8–13 years)

10

SFU’s “So you think you can Dance” (8–12 years)

10

Rec Reality Challenge (7–12 years)

10

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CAMPS

Pre/Post Camp Care

18

Lunches

18

Fit2Go

18

CALENDARS & PLANNER Half Day Camps, Summary Page

9

Full Day Camps, Summary Page

19

Mountain Madness (8–11 years)

11

Out Trippers (8–13 years)

11

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Outdoor Adventures (11–14 years)

11

Campus Map

20

How to Register

22

Registration Form

23

Consent form

24

AQUATIC CAMPS Bronze Lifesaving Camp Combination (13+ years)

12

Standard First Aid (13+ years)

12

National Lifeguard Pool (16+ years) Scuba Certification (12–19 years) H2O Wonders (8-12 years)

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12

Red Cross Swim Lessons (3-13 years)

13

Under the Sea (5-8 years)

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SPORT CAMPS B A S K E T B A L L FO R B OY S (5 -1 8 Y E A R S )

Simon Fraser University Basketball Camps are designed for campers to learn and practice essential basketball fundamentals in a positive and enjoyable atmosphere. Head Coach James Blake and his staff emphasize developing new skills, strong work habits, and carrying these traits into game situations. All skill levels are welcome and encouraged.

MINI DRIBBLERS (5-8 YEARS)

Mini Dribbler is a basketball skills camp set in a fun-filled atmosphere. Campers will develop dribbling, passing, and shooting skills through a “Teaching Games for Understanding” approach.

RUN & GUN (9-13 YEARS)

Run & Gun Camp covers all aspects of the game of basketball - team and individual skills, as well as offensive and defensive strategies. Format includes skill stations, individual and team competitions, and games. Date

Time

Price

5-8 yrs

9-13 yrs

Jul 2 - 4

8:30-11:30

$75

8630

8631

Jul 7 - 11

8:30-11:30

$125

8632

8633

Jul 14 - 18

8:30-11:30

$125

8634

8635

Jul 21 - 25

8:30-11:30

$125

8636

8637

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30-11:30

$125

8638

8639

Aug 5 - 8

8:30-11:30

$100

8640

N/A

Aug 5 - 8

12:30-3:30

$100

N/A

8641

NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to the statutory holiday.

GUARD CAMP (12-18 YEARS)

High intensity, collegiate atmosphere led my Simon Fraser men’s basketball coaching staff and players. Camp focus is on offensive development for guards: specifically shooting, dribbling, passing, movement and footwork with and without the ball. Campers are divided by grade level. Campers can also sign-up to participate in Big Man Camp. Aug 13 - 15

8:30–11:30

$75

12–18yrs

8628

BIG MAN CAMP (12-18 YEARS)

High intensity, collegiate atmosphere led by Simon Fraser men’s basketball coaching staff and players. Camp focus is on offensive development for post players: specifically shooting, low-post moves, passing and receiving the ball. Campers are divided by grade level. Campers can also sign-up to participate in Guard Camp. Aug 13 - 15

12:30–3:30

$75

12–18yrs

8629

SFU ELITE CAMP (15-18 YEARS)

Elite Camp is an inside look at the collegiate basketball experience for players hoping to play at the ‘next level’ after high school. Players will be exposed to the same drill work and training SFU varsity athletes undertake to prepare themselves to compete at the highest level. Aug 21 - 22

12:30–3:30

$50

15–18yrs

8655

B A D M I N TO N ( 8– 1 4 Y E A R S )

This camp introduces badminton to children and youth. Emphasis is on skill development, technical drills and team building. Mini games or competitions will occur each day. NOTE: No camp on Aug 4 due to the statutory holiday.

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Date

Time

Price

8-10 yrs

11-14 yrs

Jul 21 - 25

8:30-11:30

$115

8312

8315

Aug 5 - 8

8:30-11:30

$95

8313

8316

Aug 18 - 22

8:30-11:30

$115

8314

8317

B A S K E T B A L L FO R G I R L S (7-18 Y E A R S )

Considered to be a great place for young women to spend a week, these camps are taught by highly-motivated SFU student-athletes who provide excellent instruction and are quality role models for younger players. Most camps will be run by the assistant coach with the help of current SFU Women’s Basketball team members.

BASKETBALL (7–15 YEARS)

This camp is for players who want to learn the fundamentals necessary to become a good basketball player. Athletes will get a well rounded schedule of offensive and defensive skills as well as have a chance to compete against each other. The camps will be run by current members of the SFU Women’s Basketball team. NOTE: No camp on Jun 30 & Jul 1 due to the statutory holiday. July 2 - 4

12:30-3:30

$75

10-15yrs

8648

Jul 7 - 11

12:30-3:30

$125

7-11yrs

8649

Jul 14 - 18

12:30-3:30

$125

12-15yrs

8650

Jul 28 - Aug 1

9:00-12:00

$125

12-15yrs

8651

ELITE (13–18 YEARS)

This camp is ideal for competitive players who see themselves potentially playing at the university level. Our goal is to provide a window to see and feel what it is like to play at a post-secondary institution. The camps, run by Coach Langford with the help of the team, are meant to push players. The hope is to give players an understanding of what a serious commitment to basketball entails for playing at the next level. Aug 25 - 29

9:00–12:00

$175

13–15yrs

8653

Aug 25 - 29

9:00–12:00

$175

16–18yrs

8654

C L A N S P O R T S P M (6-10 Y E A R S ) H A L F DAY S A F T E R N O O N

This camp will include a selection of traditional sports like basketball, soccer, softball, swimming, track and field, volleyball, and an assortment of gym class sports such as dodgeball, kickball, etc. The variety of sports will change each week. Campers are grouped by age or skill level. NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to statutory holidays. Date

Time

Price

Barcode

Jul 2 - 4

12:30-3:30

$60

8229

Jul 7 - 11

12:30-3:30

$100

8230

Jul 14 - 18

12:30-3:30

$100

8286

Jul 21 - 25

12:30-3:30

$100

8287

Jul 28 - Aug 1

12:30-3:30

$100

8288

Aug 5 - 8

12:30-3:30

$80

8289

Aug 11 - 15

12:30-3:30

$100

8290

Aug 18 - 22

12:30-3:30

$100

8309


F I E L D L A C R O S S E ( B OY S 7 – 1 7 Y E A R S )

The SFU Field Lacrosse Camps offer an accelerated level of instruction for experienced and developing lacrosse players who want to take their game to the next level. After a challenging day on the field, campers experience campus life as they enjoy a wide range of activities that include swimming, gym games and more. Camp registration includes: accommodation, daily meals, SFU reversible practice jersey and the chance to win SFU Lacrosse apparel / equipment. Coaching staff: SFU Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach Brent Hoskins, current SFU coaching staff / team members and players with US college experience. For specific information please contact: • www.sfulacrossecamps.com • SFU Men’s Lacrosse Office, 604-461-8361 • lacrosse@sfu.ca

YOUNG GUNS - COMMUTER (7–9 YEARS)

This day camp is designed to introduce young athletes to the game of Field Lacrosse. Aug 8 - 10

10:00–12:00

$95

8536

YOUTH-LIVE-IN (9–11 YEARS)

This overnight camp will provide a fun and positive environment to further develop the skills of participants and their understanding of field lacrosse. Aug 8 - 10

9:00–3:00

$325

$325

8533

RISING STARS-LIVE-IN (14–17 YEARS)

This overnight camp is designed to challenge players in an individual and team-learning environment in order to gain a thorough understanding of fundamentals and advanced performance skills. Aug 8 - 10

9:00–3:00

$325

8534

SUPERVISED EARLY CHECK-IN (13–17 YEARS)

Overnight Supervision is available for those campers that are travelling from out-of-town. Includes dinner/breakfast as well as evening activities. Aug 7 - 8

4:00pm–9:00am

$75

NOTE: Participants must have a completed SFU Athletics and Recreation medical form with doctor’s signature prior to the start of camp. This form can be obtained from www.sfu.ca/camps. Commuters: You will be provided with dinner the first day and lunch on the following 2 days. Please Note: Registration for the camp and for accommodations are separate. Deadline to register is June 20th. FOOTBALL CAMP Jun 26 - 29 **8:30-4:00 (daily)

This overnight camp is designed to refine and enhance the skills of participants in a fun and positive environment. 9:00–3:00

CAMP DETAILS New Head Coach Jacques Chapdelaine and the SFU Football program are proud to lead the 30th year of this full-contact camp that develops the talent and skills of young football players. In the equivalent of three full days there will be practices designed to take players to the next level. Campers will need a full set of football gear from a school or community program. Every athlete will receive a crested camp jersey and highlight report, and two tickets to an SFU Football home game. The registration confirmation letter will provide a list of required equipment/ items and will be sent a week prior to the camp starting. Lunch is provided on Friday and Saturday, please plan for any additional snacks.

8535

MIDDLE SCHOOL-LIVE-IN (11–14 YEARS) Aug 8 - 10

W E S T E R N CA N A D I A N A L L – S TA R ” C L A N ” FO OT B A L L CA M P - 30 T H A N N I V E R S A R Y

8537

Jun 26 - 29

11-14 yrs 15-17 yrs $350

Early Bird (Deadline May 30)

8671

8672

$250

$250

**First Day = 3pm check-in - for Accommodations First Day = 4pm check-in - for Commuters Last Day = 10:00 game for Junior camp & 11:30 game for Senior camp ACCOMMODATIONS Live-In: Three meals / day are included, except for the first and last day. On the first day only dinner is provided. On the last day you will be provided breakfast prior to your game. Please bring your own money for snacks and any extra food you may wish to purchase. ACCOMMODATIONS Jun 26 - 29 Jun 26 - 29

3pm Check-In

11-14 yrs $225

Early Bird (Deadline May30)

www.sfu.ca/camps

15-17 yrs

8674

8675

$175

$175


SPORT CAMPS G O L F ( 4- 15 Y E A R S )

J U D O (8-15 Y E A R S )

These golf camps are run in partnership with Eaglequest Golf Course. The meeting point for these camps is the Golf Course. Our CPGA - certified professionals are well trained to work with juniors, keeping the emphasis on fun while learning. The half day golf camps do not provide transportation to SFU campus. If you would like to combine a golf camp with another SFU Burnaby half day camp you will be responsible for bringing your child to the campus for their camp. Golfers are grouped by age and skill level. NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to the statutory holiday. Prices reduced for weeks with stat holidays.

SFU Police Judo is excited to offer our third annual Summer Camp, where judo techniques and skills will be developed in a recreational and fun environment. Additionally, physical literacy and development of the youths’ athletic skills, coordination, strength, and self-confidence will be covered. Camp highlights: judo skill workshops by former competitive black belt judo instructors Chin-I Hsiang and Naoko Mori; wrestling clinic by former SFU wrestler and now use-of-force instructor, Sgt. Brad Fawcett; soccer footwork and skills clinic by internationally-trained soccer player Special Cst. Shawn Agnew; and a track & field sprints and jumping session with SFU Track & Field grad student, Dennis Nicolas.

EagleQuest Golf Course - 1001 United Blvd, Coquitlam.

Camp Requirements: a judogi (uniform) and t-shirt and shorts are necessary for the techniques being taught. Please contact the Summer Camps Office for information on where to purchase a judogi.

Type of Camp

Times

Days

Price

Little Eagles (4-6 Years) (Tue-Fri) 11:00-11:45

Tues-Fri

$99

Half Day Camps AM (7-15 Years)

9:00-12:00

Mon-Fri

$199

Half Day Camps PM (7-15 Years)

1:00-4:00

Mon-Fri

$199

Full Day Camps (7-15 Years)

9:00-4:00

Mon-Fri

$299

Full Day

Jul 2 - 4

8377

8386

8395

8404

Jul 7 - 11

8378

8387

8396

8405

Jul 14 - 18

8379

8388

8397

8406

Jul 21 - 25

N/A

8389

8398

8407

Jul 28 - Aug 1

N/A

8390

8399

8408

Aug 5 - 8

8380

8391

8400

8409

Aug 11 - 15

8381

8392

8401

8410

Aug 18 - 22

8382

8393

8402

8411

Agy 25 - 29

N/A

8394

8403

8412

Refer to pg. 14 for Golf camps at EagleQuest Coyete Creek Surrey.

S T R E N GT H & CO N D I T I O N I N G JUNIOR STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CAMP TRAINING TO TRAIN CO-ED (11-14 YEARS) This camp introduces strength training principles and activities to young athletes who are ready to enter a structured training program. Athletes will be instructed on basic speed, power, agility, strength, and endurance exercises, with strong emphasis on developing optimal posture, dynamic range of motion, sound running technique, and efficient overall movement mechanics. All summer camp athletes receive a special strength and conditioning t-shirt. NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to the statutory holidays.

9:00-12:00

$100

8553

R U G B Y (6-18 Y E A R S )

It’s about skills and fun! Learn from the best! This camp gives participants the chance to develop their skills under the instruction of top qualified coaches in a vibrant, friendly environment. Coaches use the most advanced coaching techniques and safety procedures so campers have the opportunity to evolve their skills and techniques to take their game to the next level. Sponsored by the SFU Rugby Club, this five-day camp will appeal to all levels of interest, experience and talent. Participants can expect to improve skills and develop a greater understanding of rugby. Campers are grouped by age and skill level. 6-11 yrs

12-18 yrs

Aug 11 - 15

8:30-11:30

$100

8554

N/A

Aug 11 - 15

12:30-3:30

$100

N/A

8555

HIGH SCHOOL STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING CAMP TRAINING TO COMPETE CO-ED (15–18 YEARS) These camps are directed at young athletes looking to achieve the next level of performance. Under the supervision of SFU varsity strength & conditioning staff, athletes will train for speed, power, agility, strength, and endurance that will reflect the right type of conditioning for their sport. Through various techniques, including Olympic weightlifting, plyometrics, flexibility development and sprinting mechanics, our speedstrength program builds a strong foundation for athletes in all sports. All summer camp athletes receive a special strength and conditioning t-shirt. NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4due to the statutory holidays.

Jul 2 - 25

9:00–12:00

$475

8521

Jul 2 - 25

9:00–12:00

$475

8515

Jul 2 - 25

1:00–4:00

$475

8523

Jul 2 - 25

1:00–4:00

$475

8516

Jul 28 - Aug 22

9:00–12:00

$500

8522

Jul 28 - Aug 22

9:00–12:00

$500

8517

Jul 28 - Aug 22

1:00–4:00

$500

8524

Jul 28 - Aug 22

1:00–4:00

$500

8518

Best value: 8 week session

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Chin-I Hsiang, as well as many the SFU Police Judo program.

Previous judo experience is NOT required. Jul 28 - Aug 1

EagleQuest Golf Course, Coquitlam Little Eagles AM Half Day PM Half Day

Coaches: Toby Hinton & volunteer coaches from

Best value: 8 week session

Jul 2 - Aug 22

9:00–12:00

$800

8525

Jul 2 - Aug 22

9:00–12:00

$800

8519

Jul 2 - Aug 22

1:00–4:00

$800

8526

Jul 2 - Aug 22

1:00–4:00

$800

8520


S O CC E R FO R B OY S (5 -1 4 Y E A R S )

BOYS ALL DAY “CLAN” WORLD CUP

Each day will be divided into skill development, team building and mental training in the morning, with small-sided Clan World Cup qualifying games in the afternoon. The week’s activities will culminate in World Cup Finals on the Friday afternoon. Alan Koch (Head Coach, Men’s Soccer) and his staff organize and supervise the instruction of each camp. Varsity student-athletes and selected elite alumni round out the high-caliber coaching staff. Swimming on one of the days is included. T-shirt and ball included. Campers are grouped by age and skill level. Date

Time

Price

5–8 yrs

9–14 yrs

Jul 7 - 11

9:00–3:30

$200

8443

8444

Jul 14 - 18

9:00–3:30

$200

8445

8446

S O CC E R FO R G I R L S (5 – 1 4 Y E A R S )

GIRLS HALF DAY “CLAN” WORLD CUP

Each day will be divided into skill development, team building, and finished off with small-sided Clan World Cup games. Annie Hamel, the new (Head Coach, Women’s Soccer) and her staff organize and supervise the instruction of each camp. Varsity student-athletes and selected elite alumni round out the high-caliber coaching staff. Ball included. Campers are grouped by age and skill level. Date

Time

Price

5–8 yrs

9–14 yrs

Jul 2 - 4

9:00–12:00

$75

8614

8617

Jul 21 - 25

9:00–12:00

$125

8612

8613

S O F T B A L L FO R G I R L S (7-16 Y E A R S )

COLLEGE ID & EXPERIENCE CAMP (13-16 YEARS)

SFU Softball is offering a unique opportunity for aspiring softball players to experience a taste of college softball, at our high performance Identification and Experience camp, where participants will interact with SFU coaches and varsity athletes throughout four days of activities that in addition to hours of softball instruction will also include instruction in speed/power development and two mock University style classes to see what the student side of the college student athlete is all about. Daily lunch included Final day - pizza dinner provided Includes t-shirt, shorts and water bottle Aug 25 - 28

9:00–4:00 *

$395

8694

* Thursday, August 28 will end at 6:00pm

SOFTBALL DEVELOPMENT CLINICS CO-ED (7-14 YEARS) Throughout the summer, SFU softball will be conducting three-day grassroots co-ed development camps around the Lower Mainland, for only $125. These camps cover the basics, including hitting, bunting, throwing, catching, fielding, base running and sliding. Mike Renney (head coach softball) organizes these camps and provides varsitystudent athletes for instruction. Please check our camps website for updated details: www.sfu.ca/camps. If you are interested in hosting a clinic in your community please contact our camps office at 778-782-4965. We can work with you to coordinate your camp once you to have secured the location and have interest within your community. We look forward to working with you this summer.


SPORT CAMPS

TENNIS SKILL DEVELOPMENT (5-14 YEARS)

SFU Tennis Camps provide instruction for beginner and intermediate players! Campers will learn the basic FUNdamentals to serve, rally, play at the net, and to keep score. As their skill level progresses it will be recorded with a take-home Awards Card! We are proud to endorse Tennis Canada ‘Progressive Tennis’ approach, which uses modified tennis balls, nets, and courts to suit the various ages and sizes of the participants. The philosophy lead by certified instructors will emphasize Fun, Improvement, and Building Positive Relationships. Camps are held on outdoor tennis courts, and will move indoors for playing and learning on rainy days. Please bring a racquet, water bottle, snacks, sunscreen and a hat. Tennis racquets are available to purchase for $25 each. NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to statutory holidays. MORNING

5-7 yrs

8-10 yrs 11-14 yrs

Jul 2 - 4

8:30-11:30

$70

8254

8250

8255

Jul 7 - 11

8:30-11:30

$115

8265

8267

8232

Jul 14 - 18

8:30-11:30

$115

8262

8258

8280

Jul 21 - 25

8:30-11:30

$115

8271

8252

8272

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30-11:30

$115

8233

8282

8248

Aug 5 - 8

8:30-11:30

$95

8253

8235

8246

Aug 11 - 15

8:30-11:30

$115

8275

8236

8247

Aug 18 - 22

8:30-11:30

$115

8276

8237

8240

Aug 25 - 29

8:30-11:30

$115

8277

8263

8241

NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to statutory holidays. AFTERNOON

5-7 yrs

8-10 yrs 11-14 yrs

The camps are broken down into age groups and skill level. Our mission is to create a fun structured environment where players develop their skills and knowledge about the game of volleyball. T-shirt included. NOTE: No camp on Jul 1 due to the statutory holiday. Date

Time

Price

Age

Barcode

Jul 2 - 4

8:30-11:30

$80

12-15yrs

8642

Jul 7 - 11

8:30-11:30

$130

7-11yrs

8643

Jul 14 - 18

8:30-11:30

$130

12-15yrs

8644

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30-11:30

$130

12-15yrs

8647

Jul 2 - 4

12:30-3:30

$70

8264

8256

8231

ADVANCED SKILLS HIGH SCHOOL CAMP (15-18 YEARS)

Jul 7 - 11

12:30-3:30

$115

8268

8269

8260

Jul 14 - 18

12:30-3:30

$115

8251

8238

8270

Jul 21 - 25

12:30-3:30

$115

8273

8279

8249

Jul 28 - Aug 1

12:30-3:30

$115

8274

8259

8257

Aug 5 - 8

12:30-3:30

$95

8283

8284

8281

Aug 11 - 15

12:30-3:30

$115

8234

8239

8242

Aug 18 - 22

12:30-3:30

$115

8245

8278

8243

Aug 25 - 29

12:30-3:30

$115

8266

8261

8244

The Advanced Skills camp is for high school athletes interested in playing post-secondary volleyball at a college or university. Sessions will be lead by Head SFU Volleyball Coach, Gina Schmidt, and her staff. Numbers will be limited to ensure quality coach to player ratios and maximum repetitions. This camp is designed to improve individual skills, which includes some position specific training, as well as the player’s overall understanding of game tactics and strategy. Drills will be both individual and team oriented in nature with situational game play incorporated into the afternoon sessions. If you are choosing to stay in the dorms, it includes 3 meals on Saturday and 2 meals on Sunday. T-shirt included.

W R E S T L I N G ( 6- 1 7 Y E A R S )

Advanced Skills High School Camp - Sat/Sun

KIDS (6-9 YEARS)

Basic wrestling skills, rules and combative games introduce the sport in a safe and enjoyable atmosphere. This camp helps participants understand the basics of falling, lifting and simple turning and takedown techniques. This camp is instructed by Burnaby Mountain team members and coaches. Jul 21 - 25

9:30-11:30

$65

8658

ELITE (9-17 YEARS) The Elite camp is for youth who want to learn more about technique, wrestling strategies and strength and fitness training. This camp offers a wide range of technical instruction, daily conditioning workouts, video analysis and some live wrestling. Campers will receive world class instruction from National Team coaches and former Olympians. Campers are grouped by age and skill level. Jul 21 - 25

8

VO L L E Y B A L L (7-18 Y E A R S )

SKILL DEVELOPMENT CAMPS (7-15 YEARS)

12:30-3:30

$105

8659

Aug 9 - 10

9:00–5:00 Sat

9:00-4:00 Sun

15-18 yrs $100

8645

$130

8646

Accommodations (includes above listed meals) Aug 8 - 10

Fri Check-in

Sun Check-out

T R AC K & F I E L D (7-16 Y E A R S )

SKILL DEVELOPMENT CO-ED

These fun camps will offer top quality instruction for the different events in Track and Field, and will end with a mini competition on the Friday. Brit Townsend ( SFU Head Track and Field Coach) organizes and supervises the instruction of the assistant coaching staff and high level varsity athletes. Each participant will receive a relay baton and t-shirt. 7-11 yrs

12-16 yrs

Jul 7 - 11

9:00-12:00

$125

8618

8620

Jul 14 - 18

9:00-12:00

$125

8619

8621

Jul 21 - 25

9:00-12:00

$125

8622

8623

Jul 28 - Aug 1

9:00-12:00

$125

8624

8625


H A L F D AY CA M P S

This is a great option for both parents and campers. Half Day Camps offer flexibility to mix and match any half day camps for a full week of activity. Not sure if your camper is ready to tackle a full day at camp? Half Day Camps are a great introduction to the SFU Summer Camp experience, while being a shorter experience for your camper. Regardless of what time your child’s morning camp ends, or your child’s afternoon camps begins, he or she will be supervised during the lunch break. If you are not signed up for two half days you will need to drop off/pick up you child for the start and end times of those programs (lunch time supervision is not provided for those campers participating in only one half day camp).

J U LY S TA R T DAT E S - H A L F D AY CA M P S

*N o camps on July 1 due to the statutory hol iday. June 30 see Fu l l Da y

* J U LY 2 A M CA M P S

J U LY 7

J U LY 1 4

J U LY 2 1

J U LY 2 8

Basketball (Boys) Clan Kids-Freshman Strength & Cond.-1or 2 mths Soccer (Girls) Tennis Under the Sea Volleyball

Basketball (Boys) Clan Kids-Freshman Tennis Track & Field Under the Sea Volleyball

Basketball (Boys) Clan Kids-Freshman Tennis Track & Field Under the Sea Volleyball

Badminton Camp Basketball (Boys)

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Basketball (Boys) Basketball (Girls) Clan Kids-Freshman Strength & Cond.-1 month Judo Learn the Bagpipes Tennis Track & Field Under the Sea Volleyball Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Basketball (Girls) Clan Kids-Freshman Clan Sports PM Tennis

Basketball (Girls) Clan Kids-Freshman Clan Sports PM Girls Rock Tennis Under the Sea

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Clan Kids-Freshman Clan Sports PM HERstory Rec Reality Challenge Tennis Under the Sea Wrestling Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Clan Kids-Freshman Soccer (Girls) Tennis Track & Field Under the Sea Wrestling

P M CA M P S Basketball (Girls) Clan Kids-Freshman Clan Sports PM Strength & Cond.-1or 2 mths Tennis Under the Sea Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

A U G U S T S TA R T D AT E S - H A L F D AY CA M P S

*N o camps on August 4 due to the statutory hol iday.

*AUGUST 5 A M CA M P S

AUGUST 11

AUGUST 18

AUGUST 25

Badminton Camp Basketball (Boys) Clan Kids-Freshman Tennis Under the Sea

Basketball (Boys) Clan Kids-Freshman Lego Stop Motion Rugby Tennis Under the Sea Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Badminton Camp Clan Kids-Freshman Lego Stop Motion Tennis Under the Sea

Basketball (Girls) Tennis

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Basketball (Boys) Clan Kids-Freshman Clan Sports PM Girls Rock Lego/Polly Pocket Stop Motion Rugby Tennis Under the Sea Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Basketball (Boys) Clan Kids-Freshman Clan Sports PM HERstory Lego/Polly Pocket Stop Motion Tennis Under the Sea

Basketball (Boys) Tennis

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

P M CA M P S Basketball (Boys) Clan Kids-Freshman Clan Sports PM Tennis Under the Sea

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Clan Kids-Freshman Clan Sports PM Strength & Cond.-1 month Scottish Snare Drumming Tennis Under the Sea Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey


RECREATION CAMPS C L A N K I D S F R . (4 ½-6 Y R S ) H A L F D AY S

These camps have a different theme each week and include recreational and cooperative games, and creative arts & crafts. In the true Clan Kids tradition, campers will also enjoy special events. NOTE: No camp on Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to statutory holidays. NEW FORMAT: Freshman Camp - new age group & half days only. Register for both AM and PM to make a full day. No field trip for this age group. FRESHMAN CAMP (4½ - 6 Years)

8:30 – 11:30

12:30 - 3:30

Jul 2 - 4

$60

8292

8319

Jul 7 - 11

$100

8293

8320

Jul 14 - 18

$100

8294

8322

Jul 21 - 25

$100

8295

8324

Jul 28 - Aug 1

$100

8296

8325

Aug 5 - 8

$80

8297

8326

Aug 11 - 15

$100

8298

8327

Aug 18 - 22

$100

8299

8328

C L A N K I D S J R . (6 -8 Y R S ) F U L L D AY S JUNIOR CAMP (6-8 Years) Jun 30*

8:30–3:30

$50

8300

Jul 2 - 4

8:30–3:30

$120

8301

Jul 7 - 11

8:30–3:30

$185

8302

Jul 14 - 18

8:30–3:30

$185

8303

Jul 21 - 25

8:30–3:30

$185

8304

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30–3:30

$185

8305

Aug 5 - 8

8:30–3:30

$150

8306

Aug 11 - 15

8:30–3:30

$185

8307

Aug 18 - 22

8:30–3:30

$185

8308

Aug 25 - 29*

8:30-3:30

$185

8682

*5 year olds included. Each Junior camp will go on one off-campus Note: field trip is subject to weather and

field trip. availability.

Note: Single day sign up for Junior Clan Kids camp is available for $50/day. Please see www.sfu.ca/camps for additional course codes.

G L E E S F U CA M P (8-13 Y E A R S ) 2 W K S

Based on the popular TV Series GLEE, this camp offers plenty of singing, dancing, choreography, musical theatre and elements of stage craft. Vocal experience is not required, but campers must be excited about singing and performing. Campers will learn both melodies and harmonies, along with choreographed dance routines. Emphasis will be choir based, with solo, duet and small group opportunities. Additionally, campers will learn about stage management, as well as prop and costume design. A final production will take place on the last day of camp. Note: Campers will be divided by skill and age after the first day. Each day campers will participate in 1-2 hours of recreational activities. Date

Time

Price

8-10 yrs

11-13 yrs

Jul 7 - 18

8:30–3:30

$370

8547

8549

Jul 21 - Aug 1

8:30–3:30

$370

8548

8550

S O Y O U T H I N K Y O U CA N DA N C E S F U ( 8-12 Y E A R S ) 2 W E E K S

Based on the popular TV Series So You Think You Can Dance, campers will experience a range of dance styles (which may include, ballet, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, musical theatre and contemporary), focusing on the fundamentals of dance technique. Campers will assist with choreography and learn about stage management, along with prop and costume design. Campers will participate in large and small groups, with the opportunity to perform solos. A final production will take place on the last day of camp. All levels are welcome. Note: Campers will be divided by skill and age after the first day. Each day campers will participate in 1-2 hours of recreational activities. Aug 11 - 22

8:30-3:30

$370

8551

REC REALITY CHALLENGE - HALF & F U L L DAY S ( 7-12 Y E A R S )

Based on popular reality TV shows, campers will race, perform, bake and challenge themselves to the winner’s circle. Be ready to “wipeout”, take “a minute to win it”, show your “talent, “outwit-out play-out last” and much more during this action packed and fun-filled camp. This camp is geared toward outgoing and enthusiastic children and pre-teens. NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to statutory holidays. Jul 2 - 4

8:30-3:30

$130

8425

Jul 21 - 25

12:30-3:30

$115

8426

Aug 5 - 8

8:30-3:30

$175

8427

G I R L S R U L E F I T N E S S CA M P S (8 -1 4 Y E A R S ) GIRLS ROCK (8-11 YEARS) HALF DAY AFTERNOONS Through hands-on recreational learning and experience, camp girls will build foundational skills to help them live active and healthy lives, while being strong, convident role models for their friends, peers and siblings. Girls will explore and celebrate their own unique identities through a variety of fitness games and artistic mediums such as drawing, painting, and photography while learning about nutrition, healthy relationships, and holistic self-care.

10

Jul 14-18

12:30–3:30

$100

8660

Aug 11-15

12:30-3:30

$100

8668

HERSTORY (12-14 YEARS) HALF DAY AFTERNOONS Young women will learn how to live a healthy and active life in their own unique way and become exemplary leaders. Through a variety of recreational activities such as yoga, meditation, aerobics, sculpting and painting, girls will learn confidence, teamwork, self-care, and self-expression. Through creative and interactive discussion and games, this camp will facilitate critical thinking skills to understand the influences on women from the media and other sources, and aim to celebrate their own unique selves. Jul 21-25

12:30–3:30

$100

8661

Aug 18-22

12:30-3:30

$100

8669


OUTDOOR ADVENTURE M O U N TA I N M A D N E S S (8 -1 1 Y E A R S )

Spend your summer atop beautiful Burnaby Mountain. Each week we will lead a variety of activities, some of which include archery, hiking, orienteering and a field trip. On the final day, campers will be placed on different teams and venture on an Amazing Race. Using their new skills teams will ‘race’ to complete different challenges and follow clues to try and get to the finish line.

O U T T R I P P E R S (8-13 Y E A R S )

FIELD TRIPS! Explore a different destination in the Lower Mainland each day. Field trips may include Telus Science World, Kits beach, the Vancouver Aquarium, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Splashdown Water Park, bowling, Maple Ridge Corn Maze and more. NOTE: No camp on Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to the statutory holidays. Jun 30

8:30-3:30

$48

8155

Jul 7 - 11

8:30-3:30

$220

8127

Jul 2 - 4

8:30-3:30

$145

5148

Jul 14 - 18

8:30-3:30

$220

8128

Jul 7 - 11

8:30-3:30

$240

8149

Aug 5 - 8

8:30-3:30

$175

8130

Jul 21 - 25

8:30-3:30

$240

8150

Aug 11 - 15

8:30-3:30

$220

8131

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30-3:30

$240

8151

Aug 5 - 8

8:30-3:30

$200

8152

Aug 18 - 22

8:30-3:30

$240

8153

Aug 25 - 29

8:30-3:30

$240

8154

O U T D O O R A DV E N T U R E (1 1 -1 4 Y E A R S )

Test your limits with Outdoor Adventures! We will take campers on a new adventure each day possibly including kayaking, rock climbing, hiking, sailing, and canoeing. These activities will take place throughout the lower mainland. Jul 21 - 25

8:30-3:30

$350

8156

Aug 18 - 22

8:30-3:30

$350

8157

www.sfu.ca/camps


AQUATIC CAMPS B R O N Z E L I F E S AV I N G CA M P CO M B I N AT I O N ( 1 3 + Y E A R S )

This camp is designed to further your lifesaving skills. It combines two advanced lifesaving awards: Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross with a CPR ‘C’ award. Participants will perform challenging water rescues, learn First Aid, CPR and develop aquatic endurance. Bronze Cross can earn you 2 credits for grade 11. Canadian Lifesaving Manual ($35) must be purchased before the first day of class. There will be no refund for those who have not met all of the required course prerequisites. 100% attendance is required for passing this course. PREREQUISITE: Ability to swim 600 meters. If you are not 13 years of age or older you cannot pass this course unless you have Bronze Star. Jul 7 - 11

8:30–4:30

$250

8072

Jul 14 - 18

8:30–4:30

$250

8073

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30–4:30

$250

8074

Aug 11 - 15

8:30–4:30

$250

8075

Aug 18 - 22

8:30–4:30

$250

8076

S TA N DA R D F I R S T A I D (1 3 + Y E A R S )

This 16 hour course will provide training in life threatening priorities such as breathing, bleeding, shock, poisons, as well as secondary injuries such as those to head, spine, bones, joints and injuries due to heat and cold. CPR ‘C’/AED is included in the course. This course is a prerequisite for the National Lifeguard. 100% attendance is required for passing this course. May 24 & 25

Sat / Sun

8:30–5:00

$135

8085

Jun 7 & 8

Sat / Sun

8:30–5:00

$135

8086

Jun 21 & 22

Sat / Sun

8:30–5:00

$135

8087

Jun 28 & 29

Sat / Sun

8:30–5:00

$135

8088

July 12 & 13

Sat / Sun

8:30–5:00

$135

8089

Aug 9 & 10

Sat / Sun

8:30–5:00

$135

8090

S TA N DA R D F I R S T A I D R E C E R T ( 13+ Y E A R S )

This is an 8 hour recert course for those who have completed Standard First Aid. CPR ‘C’ and AED are included in the course. (T-shirt not included). 100% attendance is required for passing this course. May 10

8:30–5:00

$70

8094

Jun 7

8:30–5:00

$70

8095

Jul 5

8:30–5:00

$70

8096

S C U B A C E R T I F I CAT I O N (12-19 Y E A R S )

Explore the underwater world by earning your PADI Open Water Diver certification. This performance-based program will guide you through the basics of diving with knowledge development, pool dives and 4 ocean dives. Successful completion will earn you the most recognized scuba diving certification in the world - PADI Open Water Diver. • All knowledge development and pool dives will be held on SFU Campus and ocean dives will be held off campus. • Basic swimming ability required. • Students may visit Ocean Quest Water Dive Centre (107-3790 Canada Way, Burnaby. Ph: 604.436.1157) prior to course start date to pick up a PADI Open Water Manual. • Important paperwork including a Medical Statement must be completed prior to camp start date. Paperwork can be downloaded at: www.sfu.ca/camps or contact Ocean Quest at info@diveoceanquest.com for more information. • Parents/guardians must attend orientation on first day (15 min). • All equipment is included (drysuit, undergarments) • Min. weight 100 lbs. • Transportation to and from Whyte Cliff Park (for ocean dives) is NOT included. Jul 21 - 25 (Jul 24 & 25, 7:30-17:00)

8:30-3:30

$525

8080

Aug 11 - 15 (Aug 14 & 15, 7:30-17:00)

8:30-3:30

$525

8081

N AT I O N A L L I F E G U A R D P O O L (1 6 + Y E A R S )

NL is a nationally recognized certification that qualifies you to lifeguard across Canada. This camp is designed to instill judgment, leadership, knowledge and fitness, while stressing a preventative approach to pool safety. This course will help to develop critical thinking in emergency situations. NL can earn you 2 credits for grade 12. (T-shirts are not provided). Alert Manual ($36) must be purchased before the first day of class. There will be no refund for those who have not met all of the required course prerequisites. 100% attendance is required for passing this course. PREREQUISITE: Standard First Aid or Aquatic Emergency Care, and Bronze Cross. Jul 14 - 18

8:30–6:00

$295

8077

Jul 21 - 25

8:30–6:00

$295

8078

Aug 18 - 22

8:30–6:00

$295

8079

www.sfu.ca/camps 12

H 2 O W O N D E R S ( 8-12 Y E A R S )

Explore the wonders of the water in H2O Wonders! Experience outdoor water adventures in the pool as you learn how to kayak, snorkel and scuba dive. Discover new ways to have fun in the water playing waterpolo, diving and even synchronized swimming. Develop lifesaving, first aid and leadership skills as you train to be a junior lifeguard. A special trip to the Vancouver Aquarium tops off your amazing week exploring the wonders of H2O! NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to statutory holidays. Jul 2 - 4

8:30–3:30

$150

8064

Jul 7 - 11

8:30–3:30

$245

8065

Jul 14 - 18

8:30–3:30

$245

8066

Jul 21 - 25

8:30–3:30

$245

8067

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30–3:30

$245

8068

Aug 5 - 8

8:30–3:30

$200

8069

Aug 11 - 15

8:30–3:30

$245

8070

Aug 18 - 22

8:30–3:30

$245

8071


RED CROSS SWIM LESSONS

RED CROSS SWIM KIDS LESSONS (6-13 YEARS)

RED CROSS SPRESCHOOL LESSONS (3-5 YEARS) SEA OTTER (BEGINNER)

For beginners to swimming, participating without a parent. This level is an introduction to skills in swimming, glides, and floating and builds awareness of deep water and safe entries.

SWIM KIDS 1 (BEGINNER)

This entry level provides children with an orientation to the water and the pool area and introduces floats and glides with kick.

SWIM KIDS 2

SALAMANDER

This level builds skills in front and back swims. Children are introduced to deep water activities and proper use of a personal flotation device. Endurance is built on flutter kick and glides.

SUNFISH

This level introduces proper front crawl and develops a foundation for making wise choices on where and when to swim. Diving is introduced and students work on floats, changing direction and a 15-metre swim.

CROCODILE

In this level, children further develop the front crawl, back glide and shoulder roll for back crawl. They work on dives, surface support and endurance with a 25-metre swim.

Preschoolers actively learn new swimming skills including assisted floats and glides through games and songs. The fun includes learning to jump into chest deep water. Preschoolers work on stroke and skill progressions. Learning also focuses on good judgement in, on and around the water, and entries and floats in deep water. Preschoolers start independent glides and kicking in deep water. Endurance is built through increasing distance for front and back swims. Swimmers learn about the dolphin kick and try synchro skills in the water.

WHALE

Preschoolers increase their distance on front and back glide with kick, increase distance on front and back swim, learn the sitting dive, and will be able to swim 15 metres continuously upon completion of the level.

Sea Otter & Salamander Jul 3 - 29

Tue / Thu

3:45-4:15

$42

8142

Jul 31 - Aug 21

Tue / Thu

3:45-4:15

$42

8145

Salamander & Sunfish Jul 2 - 23

Mon / Wed

3:45-4:15

$42

8143

Jul 28 - Aug 20

Mon / Wed

3:45-4:15

$42

8146

Crocodile & Whale Jul 2 - 23

Mon / Wed

4:15-4:45

$42

8144

Jul 28 - Aug 20

Mon / Wed

4:15-4:45

$42

8147

NOTE: No lesson on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to statutory holidays. No Camp on July 8 due to scheduling conflict.

SWIM KIDS 3

SWIM KIDS 4

SWIM KIDS 5

In this level, the back crawl is introduced, along with sculling skills and whip kick on the back. There is an introduction to safe boating skills and endurance is developed through dolphin kick and a 50-metre swim.

SWIM KIDS 6

This level continues to refine front and back crawl and elementary backstroke is introduced. Children are also introduced to the rescue of others with throwing assists. Dives and treading water are improved and endurance is developed through a 75-metre swim.

SWIM KIDS 7

This level continues to build skills and endurance for front crawl and elementary backstroke and introduces whip kick on the front. Students learn about airway and breathing obstructions. Endurance is built by taking part in timed treading water and a 150-metre swim.

SWIM KIDS 8

This level introduces the breaststroke, foot-first surface dives and rescue entries. Students learn about the dangers of open water, hypothermia and the performance of rescue breathing. Endurance is built on the dolphin kick and 300-metre swim.

Swim Kids 1 Jul 3 - 29

Tue / Thu

4:15-4:45

$38.50

8132

Jul 31 - Aug 21

Tue / Thu

4:15-4:45

$38.50

8133

Jul 3 - 29

Tue / Thu

3:45-4:15

$38.50

8134

Jul 31 - Aug 21

Tue / Thu

3:45-4:15

$38.50

8135

Jul 2 - 23

Mon / Wed

3:45-4:15

$38.50

8136

Jul 28 - Aug 20

Mon / Wed

3:45-4:15

$38.50

8137

Jul 2 - 23

Mon / Wed

4:15-5:00

$45.50

8138

Jul 28 - Aug 20

Mon / Wed

4:15-5:00

$45.50

8139

Swim Kids 2 & 3

U N D E R T H E S E A (5 -8 Y E A R S )

This camp is geared towards the younger aqua enthusiast. Explore and discover everything to do with water! Have a splashin’ good time in the pool swimming, diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and more! Some swimming experience is necessary. The participant must be at ease in deep water with a lifejacket. (T-shirts are not provided). NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to statutory holidays. 8:30–11:30

12:30 - 3:30

Jul 2 - 4

$70

8048

8056

Jul 7 - 11

$115

8049

N/A

Jul 14 - 18

$115

8050

8058

Jul 21 - 25

$115

8051

8059

Jul 28 - Aug 1

$115

8052

8060

Swim Kids 3 & 4

Swim Kids 5 & 6

Swim Kids 7 & 8

Aug 5 - 8

$95

8053

8061

Jul 2 - 23

Mon / Wed

4:15-5:15

$49

8140

Aug 11 - 15

$115

8054

8062

Jul 28 - Aug 20

Mon / Wed

4:15-5:15

$49

8141

Aug 18 - 22

$115

8055

8063

NOTE: No lesson on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to statutory holidays. No Camp on July 8 due to scheduling conflict.

www.sfu.ca/camps


EDUCATIONAL CAMPS M I N I U N I V E R S I T Y (8 -1 4 Y E A R S )

A true university experience! Session A & Session B both offer exciting possibilities as our instructors teach campers in a fun and creative way. Not only will they learn in the campus classrooms and labs, but they will also be able to use the SFU sport facilities, including gyms, fields, and the pool. Individual classes on each subject will be held each day. Large group projects/productions that involve all subjects and all age groups will take place and approximately two hours of recreation time will be included daily. NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to the statutory holidays.

SESSION A

BUSINESS & MARKETING: Learn the tricks and trades of the business world! Work with a team of campers to create your own company and use your skills to organize a camp-wide bake sale among other business savvy ideas. PHYSICS: We make physics fun with a variety of interactive presentations that expose students to the forces and interactions that govern our universe. Experiment with electrical and magnetic displays, heat and thermodynamic demonstrations, and laser and light shows! SOCIOLOGY & CULTURE: Global awareness and cultural competencies are focused topics. Learn and explore human society through the eyes of ancient civilizations, cultural human interactions, and social behavior. Dates

Time

Price

8–9yrs

10–11yrs 12–14yrs

Jul 2 - 11

8:30–3:30

$300

7991

7992

7993

Jul 28 - Aug 8

8:30–3:30

$340

7997

7998

7999

SESSION B

BUSINESS & COMMUNICATIONS: Exercise critical thinking skills by practicing presentation techniques. Build competencies in team work, public speaking, and debating. Learn from our active leaders in an accepting, practical, and educational environment. ENGINEERING: Explore the applications of science and technology in the design and building or machines and structures. Campers will have the opportunity to learn Engineering in a fun and active team-based approach! CRIMINOLOGY: Learn some of the skills the experts use to solve crime! Deductive reasoning and forensic science will be introduced and applied in various activities. Use quantitative methods to gather data and information during crime scene simulations. Dates

Time

Price

8–9yrs

10–11yrs 12–14yrs

July 14 - 25

8:30–3:30

$380

7994

7995

7996

Aug 11 - 22

8:30–3:30

$380

8000

8001

8002

CO M P U T E R CA M P (8 -1 4 Y E A R S )

Using the latest in computer software, campers will learn new skills and enhance current ones in the areas of graphics, photo manipulation, website design, animation and gaming. Macs will be used. Campers learn at their own pace, choosing to move forward as they feel confident. Each camper will have his or her own computer station with 4 hours of computer instruction each day. Various small projects and one large project will take place over the 2 weeks. There will also be approximately 2 hours of recreation time each day (activities range from co-operative games, sports and art projects, to swimming and special events). NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to the statutory holidays.

14

Dates

Time

Price

8–10yrs

11–14yrs

Jul 2 - 11

8:30–3:30

$320

8003

8007

Jul 14 - 25

8:30–3:30

$400

8004

8008

Jul 28 - Aug 8

8:30–3:30

$360

8005

8009

Aug 11 - 22

8:30–3:30

$400

8006

8010

E S L (7-16 Y E A R S )

This camp is an introduction for ESL students to an English-speaking environment, with a focus on practice and fun. Campers will engage in language-oriented activities and will be encouraged to practice speaking and writing in English. Each week campers will have 3 days of lessons and spend the remaining time experiencing the beautiful Vancouver area, traveling to a variety of locations. The goal of this camp is to provide a level of language acquisition not present in a typical classroom setting, by learning about the world in camp, and going out to see the world for themselves. Campers will be grouped by age and will partake in activities suitable for their age and skill level. The groups will combine during field trips. We offer a progressive learning environment where the camp content will differ every week - perfect for a camper who wants to participate in ESL camp for multiple weeks. NOTE: No camp on Aug 4 due to the statutory holiday. Dates

Time

Price

7–11yrs

12–16yrs

Jul 7 - 11

8:30–3:30

$240

8011

8017

Jul 14 - 18

8:30–3:30

$240

8012

8018

Jul 21 - 25

8:30–3:30

$240

8013

8019

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30–3:30

$240

8014

8020

Aug 5 - 8

8:30–3:30

$200

8015

8021

Aug 11 - 15

8:30–3:30

$240

8016

8022

L E A D E R S H I P T R A I N I N G (13-17 Y E A R S )

Three progressive levels of leadership training, designed for teens wanting to develop their leadership skills in a youth camp setting. Instruction from our professional educators focuses on leadership knowledge and skill acquisition utilizing both a theoretical and a practical approach. Based on the SFU Camps model, these courses review the necessary skills desired for the volunteer, instructor, and head instructor positions. Completion is highly recommended before applying for employment and volunteer positions at SFU camps. NOTE: No camp on Jun 30 & Jul 1 due to the statutory holiday. LEVEL I - THEORY, OBSERVATION & INTERACTION SKILLS (Camp Volunteer Training) Jul 2 - 4

8:30–4:00*

Jul 7 - 11 9:00–3:30 *Camp hours extended due to short week

$160

8023

$210

8024

LEVEL II - COUNSELLOR IN TRAINING - THEORY INTO PRACTICAL (Camp Instructor Basics) Jul 7 - 11

9:00–3:30

$210

8025

Jul 14 - 18

9:00–3:30

$210

8026

*Level I is a prerequisite LEVEL III - COUNSELLOR IN TRAINING ADVANCED - PLANNING, ORGANIZING, AND BUDGETING (Camp Head Instructor Basics) Jul 14 - 18

9:00–3:30

$210

8027

*Level II is a prerequisite

www.sfu.ca/camps


SURREY CAMPS Surrey campus offers camps that showcase our programs, students, and our state-of-the art computer facilities in computers, design and the arts. Afternoons may include various activities, like field trips, outdoor sports, games and movies. T-shirts are included. Please note the following about SFU Surrey camps: • There is no pre-or post-camp care for SFU Surrey camps. • There is no lunch program available for SFU Surrey camps. • All registrations are processed through the Camps Office on Burnaby Campus. • Please register online (www.sfu.ca/camps) OR phone the Camps Office to register at 778-782-4965.

G A M E S & A N I M AT I O N (1 1 – 1 5 Y E A R S )

Learn the history of games, how computer games are made, and how to design and build your own computer games. Create a wide variety of projects featuring 2D to 3D animation. Some previous knowledge of computer games or game consoles is necessary. NOTE: No camp on Aug 4 due to the statutory holiday. Jul 7 - 11

8:30–3:30

$175

8218

Jul 21 - 25

8:30–3:30

$175

8219

Aug 5 - 8

8:30–3:30

$145

8220

G A M E S M A S T E R (1 1 – 1 5 Y E A R S )

NOTE: No camp on Aug 4 due to the statutory holiday.

Learn how to design and build computer games in this camp dedicated to game development. Use industry standard graphics and 3D software to build your own characters and gaming levels. Introductory programming is covered so that you can program game mechanics. This camp is for campers with previous game developing experience or a strong interest in the gaming world. Jul 14 - 18

8:30–3:30

$175

8221

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30–3:30

$175

8222

G O L F ( 7- 15 Y E A R S )

These golf camps are run in partnership with Eaglequest Golf Course. The meeting point for these camps is the Golf Course. Our CPGA certified professionals are well trained to work with juniors, keeping the emphasis on fun while learning. The half day golf camps do not provide transportation to SFU campus. If you would like to combine a golf camp with another SFU Burnaby half day camp you will be responsible for bringing your child to the campus for their camp. Golfers are grouped by age and skill level. EagleQuest Coyote Creek Golf Course 7778 152nd Street, Surrey. Type of Camp

Times

Days

Price

Half Day Camps AM (7-15 Years)

9:00-12:00

Mon-Fri

$199

Half Day Camps PM (7-15 Years)

1:00-4:00

Mon-Fri

$199

Full Day Camps (7-15 Years)

9:00-4:00

Mon-Fri

$299

NOTE: No camp on Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to the statutory holiday. EagleQuest Coyote Creek Golf Course, Surrey Dates

AM Half Day

PM Half Day

Full Day

Jul 2 - 4

8413

8422

8434

Jul 7 - 11

8414

8423

8435

Jul 14 - 18

8415

8424

8436

Jul 21 - 25

8416

8428

8437

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8417

8429

8438

Aug 5 - 8

8418

8430

8439

Aug 11 - 15

8419

8431

8440

Aug 18 - 22

8420

8432

8441

Agy 25 - 29

8421

8433

8442

Price reduced for weeks with a stat holiday.

S C I E N C E A L ! V E - A M ember of Ac tu a

Surrey camps use innovative and interactive hands-on activities, curricula and approaches aimed at exposing and inspiring youth in the areas of science, engineering and technology. Surrey campers will explore a variety of sciences through activities designed with the Surrey campus in mind. Topics include anatomy, seismology, and cellular biology. Senior camp features a dual-curriculum format with Alpha and Beta weeks, allowing campers who have completed grades 4 through 7 to experience one or two weeks of camp without activity overlap. One week of Surrey Junior will also be offered for those in Grades 2 & 3.

JUNIOR CAMP: COMPLETING GRADES 2–3 Jul 7 - 11

8:30–3:30

$190

Girls

Boys

8223

8226

NOTE: No camp on Aug 5 due to the statutory holiday. SENIOR CAMP: COMPLETING GRADES 4–7

Girls

Boys

Jul 28 - Aug 1 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8224

8227

Aug 5 - 8 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$155

8225

8228


PARTNERSHIP CAMPS S F U P I P E B A N D (8 -1 3 Y E A R S )

LEARN THE BAGPIPES (8–13 YEARS)

Learn the basics of playing the Scottish bagpipes in a fun and interactive environment. Using a practice chanter, students will learn from SFU Pipe Band members how to play the scale, gracenotes, and a simple tune. Students will also learn about parts of the bagpipes, the reeds that produce the various sounds, and how SFU won the World Championship! Practice chanters will be provided on loan. Students interested in further instruction may join the SFU Junior pipe band in September. Camper ratio is approximately 1:8. Closing date to register is July 7. Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30–11:30

$110

8321

LEARN SCOTTISH SNARE DRUMMING (8–13 YEARS) Learn the basics of playing the Scottish snare drums in a fun and interactive environment. Using a practice pad and drumsticks, students will learn from SFU Pipe Band members how to correctly hold and maneuver the sticks, play basic hand-to-hand taps and a simple score. Students will learn about the Scottish snare drum, how sound is created, and how SFU won the World Championship! Practice pads and sticks will be provided on loan. Students interested in further instruction may join the SFU Junior pipe band in September. Camper ratio is approximately 1:8. Closing date to register is July 7. Jul 28 - Aug 1

12:30–3:30

$110

M O V I E M A K I N G CA M P (8 -1 3 Y E A R S )

8323

Do you want to make a short comedy, an animated video, or a dramatic short movie this summer? Join us at the Moviemaking Camp, where you’ll learn how to write, produce, act, and direct a film with our fun, intense, and hands-on program! Alongside our talented and respectful instructors and visiting artists, you’ll work in small teams, using professional equipment, to learn about moviemaking from beginning to end. This award-winning digital video program brings participants back year after year - sign up to see what all the excitement is about! Jul 7 - 11

8:30–3:30

$325

8329

Jul 14 - 18

8:30–3:30

$325

8336

Jul 21 - 25

8:30–3:30

$325

8337

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30–3:30

$325

8338

Aug 11 - 15

8:30–3:30

$325

8339

Aug 18 - 22

8:30–3:30

$325

8340

D I R E CTO R ’ S C U T (5 - 1 3 Y E A R S )

CLAYMATION (8–13 YEARS)

Claymation - Unleash your inner Tim Burton this summer! Join other young film makers in the director’s chair and get ready to imagine, create and define a stop motion animation that brings your clay characters to life. A Director’s Cut imaginator will mentor your film crew through story development, art development, stop motion production and post production, including sound effects, music, voice overs and titles. Young film makers will receive their movies on USB bracelets and be able to enjoy their film premiere at a red carpet film festival. Aug 5 - 8

8:30–3:30

$200

8447

LEGO STOP MOTION (5–13 YEARS) Lego Stop Motion Animation - Join other young film makers in the director’s chair and get ready to imagine, create and define a stop motion animation that brings your lego to life. A Director’s Cut imaginator will mentor your film crew through story development, stop motion production and post production, including sound effects, music, voice overs and titles. Young film makers will receive their movies on USB bracelets and be able to enjoy their film premiere at a red carpet film festival.

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Aug 11 - 15

8:30–11:30

$135

5-7 yrs

8448

Aug 11 - 15

12:30-3:30

$135

5-7 yrs

8449

Aug 18 - 22

8:30–11:30

$135

5-7 yrs

8450

Aug 18 - 22

12:30-3:30

$135

8-13 yrs

8451

summer

MOVIEMAKING CAMP @SFU


PARTNERSHIP CAMPS S C I E N C E A L ! V E - A Me mbe r o f Ac t ua

ALL Science AL!VE summer camps have new activities each summer. Due to continued interest in our dual-curriculum format, which features Alpha and Beta weeks, we are excited to offer two unique weeks of camp activities for our Quark, Electron, Ion and Tech camps! This gives every camper the opportunity to participate in one or more weeks of Science AL!VE camp, without overlap. Electron and Ion participants have the opportunity to register for our specialty camps (Nebula Girls and Tech Camps). PLEASE NOTE: 1. The grades listed are the grades your child must complete in the 2013/2014 school year in order to register for summer 2014. 2. All of the below camps are co-ed (except for Nebula girls). Registration is separate for boys and girls simply for administrative purposes. 3. Lunch option for Science Al!VE camps are available. 4. There will be no camps Jun 30, Jul 1 or Aug 4 due to the statutory holidays.

QUARK CAMP (GRADES 2-3) The goal of Science AL!VE’s Quark Camp is to introduce our youngest campers to the exciting world of science through various interactive, hands-on activities. Campers explore various themes including climate change and renewable resources, marine biology, and paleontology, with an emphasis on exploration and scientific discovery. Dates

Time

Price

Girls

Boys

Jul 2 - 4 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$115

8164

8162

Jul 7 - 11 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8177

8176

Jul 14 - 18 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8186

8187

Jul 18 - 25 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8202

8201

Jul 28-Aug 1 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8205

8206

Aug 5 - 8 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$155

8183

8196

Aug 11 - 15 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8207

8208

Aug 18 - 22 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8210

8209

ELECTRON CAMP (GRADES 4-5) Electron campers participate in a variety of activities building on prior knowledge and skills. Whether they are building and maneuvering robots using ourLego Mindstorms NXT sets, refining their laboratory expertise, or exploring forensic science, our Electrons are always developing new knowledge and abilities.

NEBULA GIRLS (GRADES 4-7) Nebula Camp is a unique learning environment that incorporates exclusive curriculum created just for girls! Topics include: biochemistry, health sciences, and civil engineering. Taught by enthusiastic female scientists, this camp is designed to boost female participation in the sciences in an inclusive all-girl environment. Dates

Time

Price

Girls

Boys

Jul 14 - 18

8:30–3:30

$190

8160

N/A

Aug 11 - 15

8:30–3:30

$190

8161

N/A

ECO CAMP (GRADES 4-7) Science Al!ve is excited to announce a new specialty camp this year, designed particularly for budding environmental scientists! Eco campers will explore the science behind some of our planet’s most critical issues and expolre breakthrough science techniques that are being used to protect planet Earth today. Topics will include enfironmental toxicology, climate change, and wildlife conservation. Dates

Time

Price

Girls

Boys

Jul 2 - 4

8:30–3:30

$115

8215

8212

Jul 28 - Aug 1

8:30–3:30

$190

8216

8213

Aug 18 - 22

8:30–3:30

$190

8217

8214

TECH CAMP (GRADES 4-7) Don’t miss out on your chance to register for our amazingly popular Tech Camp! Tech campers will explore the many fields of technology through research lab tours, specialized take-home projects and innovative high-tech challenges. Topics include:mining, biomedical engineering, and green technology. Dates

Time

Price

Girls

Boys

Jul 2 - 4 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$125

8181

8180

Jul 7 - 11 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$200

8198

8199

Jul 28-Aug 1 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$200

8204

8200

Aug 5 - 8 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$165

8184

8192

ION CAMP (GRADES 6-7) Ion Camp focuses on week-long activities that challenge and encourage youth to draw connections between the sciences and the world around them. Ions are exposed to various laboratory settings through tours and activities, and experiment extensively with Lego Mindstorms NXT. Topics include volcanology, analytical chemistry, and electronic circuitry.

Dates

Time

Price

Girls

Boys

Dates

Time

Price

Girls

Boys

Jul 2 - 4 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$115

8169

8168

Jul 14 - 18 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8179

8178

Jul 7 - 11 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8182

8175

Jul 18 - 25 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8189

8188

Jul 14 - 18 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8185

8170

Aug 11 - 15 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8166

8194

Jul 18 - 25 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8203

8163

Aug 18 - 22 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8174

8211

Jul 28-Aug 1 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8165

8193

Aug 5 - 8 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$155

8173

8195

Aug 11 - 15 (ALPHA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8167

8197

Aug 18 - 22 (BETA)

8:30–3:30

$190

8190

8191

SCIENCE AL!VE SURREY (SEE PAGE 15) Surrey camps use hands-on activities, curricula and approaches to expose and inspire youth in the areas of science, engineering and technology. Surrey campers will explore a variety of sciences through activities designed with the Surrey campus in mind. Topice include anatomy, seismology, and cellular biology.

FAS TECH CAMP (GRADES 8-9) Hosted by the Faculty of Applied Sciences, the FAS Tech Camp is back by popular demand. Computing Science and Engineering professors will introduce you to robotics and artificial intelligence. Participants will build robots who will square off in the Battle of the Bots and race through the Great Maze! Your friends and parents are invited to watch the competition and join us for pizza on the final day. Dates

Time

Price

Girls

Boys

Jul 27 - Aug 1

8:30–3:30

$190

8171

8172

www.sfu.ca/camps


PRE/POST CARE & LUNCHES P R E / P O S T CA M P CA R E

Pre and Post Camp Care is not included in the cost of your camp(s). Please register seperately for the pre or post camp care. You can choose to register for one or both of the options. If you are interested in both you will need to select the appropraite weeks for EACH of the pre and post camp care.

P R E CA M P CA R E

P O S T CA M P CA R E

Jun 30

7:30-8:30

$4

8046

Jun 30

3:30-5:30

$8

8047

Jul 2 - 4

7:30-8:30

$12

8028

Jul 2 - 4

3:30-5:30

$25

8037

Jul 7 - 11

7:30-8:30

$20

8029

Jul 7 - 11

3:30-5:30

$40

8038

Jul 14 - 18

7:30-8:30

$20

8030

Jul 14 - 18

3:30-5:30

$40

8039

Jul 21 - 25

7:30-8:30

$20

8031

Jul 21 - 25

3:30-5:30

$40

8040

Jul 28 - Aug 1

7:30-8:30

$20

8032

Jul 28 - Aug 1

3:30-5:30

$40

8041

Aug 5 - 8

7:30-8:30

$16

8033

Aug 5 - 8

3:30-5:30

$35

8042

Aug 11 - 15

7:30-8:30

$20

8034

Aug 11 - 15

3:30-5:30

$40

8043

Aug 18 - 22

7:30-8:30

$20

8035

Aug 18 - 22

3:30-5:30

$40

8044

Aug 25 - 29

7:30-8:30

$20

8036

Aug 25 - 29

3:30-5:30

$40

8045

LU N C H E S

HEALTHY LUNCH?...WE HAVE A NEW LUNCH PARTNER! The SFU Camps Program and Chartwell’s have teamed up to offer to make your life easier, by providing your camper with a nutritious lunch. It includes a sandwich or wrap, drink box and two healthy snacks. A concession will also be open daily, in the lunch area of the central gym lobby for anyone wishing to purchase a lunch the day of. Please register for the lunch option online at www.sfu.ca/camps or by phoning the recreation office, 778-7824965. The cost for a 5 day camp lunch is: $40. Jul 2 - 4

$24

8538

Jul 7 - 11

$40

8539

Jul 14 - 18

$40

8540

Jul 21 - 25

$40

8541

Jul 28 - Aug 1

$40

8542

Aug 5 - 8

$32

8543

Aug 11 - 15

$40

8544

Aug 18 - 22

$40

8545

Aug 25 - 29

$40

8546

Sandwich choices: Ham & Cheese, Chicken Salad Cheese Roast Beef Egg Salad

Snack choices: Piece of fruit & Rice crispy square Veggies & dip & Rice crispy square

The lunch program is not available for the following camps: Weekend Camps - Evening Camps - Residential Camps - Single Day Camps - SCUBA Certification - Standard First Aid & Camps that do not take place at the Burnaby Campus

FIT 2 GO

Something for the Summer Camp Parent! Access our Group Fitness classes or work out in our world class, 12,000 sq foot Fitness Centre before or after you drop off your camper. All of this for only $12 per week. Contact SFU Camps in person or over the phone (778) 782 - 4965.

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FULL DAY CAMP PLANNER J U N E & J U LY S TA R T D AT E S - F U L L DAY CA M P S

*N o camps on July 1 due to the statutory hol iday .

* J U N E 30 ( 1 D AY )

* J U LY 2

J U LY 7

J U LY 1 4

J U LY 2 1

Clan Kids - Junior Out Trippers

Clan Kids - Junior Computer Camp - 2 weeks H2O Wonders Leadership Training -Level 1 Mini University - 2 weeks Out Trippers Rec Reality Challenge Science AL!VE

Clan Kids - Junior Bronze Lifesaving Camp ESL GLEE SFU - 2 weeks H2O Wonders Leadership Training -Level 1 Leadership Training -Level II Mountain Madness Out Trippers Science AL!VE Soccer (Boys) Moviemaking Volleyball

Clan Kids - Junior Computer Camp - 2 weeks Bronze Lifesaving Camp ESL H2O Wonders Leadership Training -Level II Leadership Training -Level III Mini University - 2 weeks Mountain Madness Moviemaking National Lifeguard Pool Science AL!VE Soccer (Boys)

Clan Kids - Junior ESL GLEE SFU - 2 weeks H2O Wonders Moviemaking National Lifeguard Pool Out Trippers Outdoor Adventrue Science AL!VE Scuba Certification

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Games & Animation (SFU Surrey) Science AL!VE (SFU Surrey)

Games Master (SFU Surrey)

Games & Animation (SFU Surrey)

J U LY & A U G U S T S TA R T D AT E S - F U L L DAY CA M P S

*N o camps on August 4 due to the statutor y h ol i da y .

J U LY 28

*AUGUST 5

AUGUST 11

AUGUST 18

AUGUST 25

Clan Kids - Junior Computer Camp - 2 weeks Bronze Lifesaving Camp ESL H2O Wonders Mini University - 2 weeks Mountain Madness Moviemaking Out Trippers Science AL!VE

Clan Kids - Junior Claymation ESL H2O Wonders Mountain Madness Out Trippers Rec Reality Challenge Science AL!VE

Bronze Lifesaving Camp Clan Kids - Junior Computer Camp - 2 weeks ESL H2O Wonders Mini University - 2 weeks Mountain Madness Moviemaking Science AL!VE Scuba Certification SFU Dance

Bronze Lifesaving Camp Clan Kids - Junior H2O Wonders Moviemaking National Lifeguard Pool Outdoor Adventure Out Trippers Science AL!VE

Clan Kids - Junior Out Trippers Softball (Aug 25-28)

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Games Master (SFU Surrey) Science AL!VE (SFU Surrey)

Games & Animation (SFU Surrey) Science AL!VE (SFU Surrey) Standard First Aid Recert May 10 (Sa) Jun 7 (Sa) Jul 15 (Sa)

Standard First Aid May 24 & 25 (Sa/Su) Jun 7 & 8 (Sa/Su) Jun 21 & 22 (Sa/Su) Jun 28 & 29 Sa/Su Jul 12 & 13 (Sa/Su) Aug 9 & 10 (Sa/Su)

W E E K E N D CA M P S (July and August)

Football (Jun 26-29)

All Full Day Camps are located at the SFU Burnaby Campus , unless indicated. Please see Page 9 for the Half Day, Camp Planner.

Golf - Coquitlam Golf - Surrey

Field Lacrosse (Aug 8-10) Volleyball (Aug 9-10)

www.sfu.ca/camps


Townhouse Complex

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Driving Directions to Terry Fox Lane - Drop off ONLY

Driving Directions to Visitor’s Parkade - Parking & Pick-Up

Field #4

Hamilton Hall Residence

Dining Hall

Field #2

Terry Fox Field

Tennis Courts

RECREATION & ATHLETICS

www.sfu.ca/parking

Field #3

Shell House Residence

P

West Mall Centre

Chancellor's Gymnasium

Visitor Parkade

Madge Hogarth Residence

P

Visitor Parkade

B

Campus Security

B

Please see below map for directions to our parking and or pick-up / drop-off locations.

SFU CAMPUS MAP

McTaggart-Cowan Residence

Louis Riel Residence

P

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HOW TO REGISTER 1 . C H O O S E YO U R CA M P S

Write down the codes and the fees for each camp. The code appears directly to the right of the cost listed for each camp.

Example: Jul 14-18

9:00-3:00

$150

3139

**the code appears at the end of each camp session.

2 . CO N S I D E R YO U R O P T I O N S

HEALTHY LUNCH?...WE HAVE A NEW LUNCH PARTNER! The SFU Camps Program and Chartwell’s have teamed up to offer to make your life easier, by providing your camper with a nutritious lunch. It includes a sandwich or wrap, drink box and two healthy snacks. A concession will also be open daily, in the lunch area of the central gym lobby for anyone wishing to purchase a lunch the day of. Please register for the lunch option online at www.sfu.ca/camps or by phoning the recreation office, 778-782-4965. The cost for a 5 day camp lunch is: $40.00 Sandwich choices are: Ham & Cheese, Chicken Salad, Cheese, Roast Beef & Egg Salad. Your choices for the snack are: fruit, or veggies & dip and a rice crispy square. The lunch program is not available for the following camps: Weekend Camps Residential Camps Evening Camps Single Day Camps Camps that do not take place at SCUBA Certification the Burnaby Campus Standard First Aid

I F Y O U CA N ’ T R E G I S T E R O N L I N E

IN PERSON Register directly at the Camps Office in the Lorne Davies Complex at SFU Burnaby. Office hours: •

Monday to Friday, April 1 - Aug 29, from 8:00am-6:00pm

BY MAIL* Send full payment by Visa or MasterCard (we no longer accept personal cheques) and the registration form to: SFU Camps Program, Athletics & Recreation Dept. 8888 University Drive Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6 *If you are choosing to mail in your registration it must be sent at least 10 days prior to the start of the camp you are interested in. There are no guarantees of availability in any particular camp. You will receive an emailed receipt to confirm your registration if there are spots available. BY PHONE 778-782-4965 Monday to Friday, from 8:00am-6:00pm

R E F U N D S / CA N C E L L AT I O N S

If a program does not fill to its minimum required capacity one week prior to its start, SFU Athletics & Recreation reserve the right to cancel the program and to refund program fees in full. If the participant needs to withdraw from a program: •

If you’ve chosen a half-day camp, why not select another half day in the same week to make your half-day camp into a full-day experience. See page 9 for a summary of all of our half day camps.

A full refund (less a 15% administration fee per program) will be issued for each program cancellation one or more weeks prior to program start.

No refunds will be issued for a withdrawl from a program with less than one week notice prior to the start date.

PRE OR POST CARE?

A refund may be considered based on the following:

WHY NOT MAKE A DAY OF IT?

If you want pre or post-care for your camper, please look up the code for the corresponding week. All codes are in the online registration system.

1.

Receipt of written medical recommendation from a doctor. If the program has not commenced a full refund (less a 15% administration fee per program) will be issued. If the program has commenced a pro-rated refund (less a 15% administration fee per program) will be issued based on the number of days the participant has attended.

2.

Receipt of written recommendation from the Instructor or program administrator stating the circumstances by which the program is unsuitable. If the program has not commenced a full refund (less a 15% administration fee per program) will be issued. If the program has commenced a pro-rated refund (less a 15% administration fee per program) will be issued based on the number of days the participant has attended.

AFTERNOON SWIM LESSON? Register for a Red Cross Swim Kids section and we will ensure your camper gets to the pool safely. For details see page 13.

FIT IN A WORKOUT? The FIT2GO pass gives the camp parent access to our spacious Fitness Centre and Group Fitness Classes from 8:30am-5:30pm, $12 per week.

3 . G O TO W W W . S F U . CA / CA M P S

Registering online is quick and convenient. Visa and MasterCard accepted. Some releases and medical information are required. All above options can be added during the registration process, extra fees will apply.

4 . CO N F I R M AT I O N

Confirmation will be sent out upon receipt of registration, if an email address is provided. Parking information, what to bring to camp and more will be emailed to you one week prior to camp start date.

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PROGRAM TRANSFERS

Program transfers will be considered by administration and are dependent on course minimum registration. A $5.00 transfer fee may apply.


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Cash (in-person only)

Visa

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Card number

Cardholder name

PAYMENT INFORMATION

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Camp Code for each camp

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Expiry (MM/YY)

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Female

Female

Birth date (dd/mm/yy)

Birth date (dd/mm/yy)

Birth date (dd/mm/yy)

Postal code

Email (required)

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Camp Code for each camp

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Cost

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Total Camp Cost

3 . PAR T I C I PANT ’ S F I R S T N AME : __ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _

Male

Male

Male

Cell phone

Country

Cell phone

Email camps@sfu.ca

Overall Total (total of all participants) = $

Cardholder signature

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Cost

Total Camp Cost

Cost

Camp Code for each camp

2 . PAR T I C I PANT ’ S F I R S T N AME : __ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _

Middle initials

First name

3. Participant’s last name

1 . PAR T I C I PANT ’ S F I R S T N AME : __ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _

Middle initials

First name

2. Participant’s last name

Province

Middle initials

First name

City

Home phone (local)

First name

First name

1. Participant’s last name

PARTICIPANT INFORMATION

Other Parent/guardian: Last name

Address

Parent/guardian: Last name

PARENT / GUARDIAN INFORMATION

CAMPS PROGRAM REGISTRATION FORM


City

Province

Middle initial(s) Country

Male

Female Postal code (ZIP Code)

Birth date (dd/mm/yy)

Travel Insurance Policy Provider (Insurance information and a copy of the Travel Insurance Policy must be provided prior to camp start date)

First name

(Parent/guardian first and last name)

Relationship to participant

The information on this form is collected under the authority of the University Act (R.S.B.C. 1996, c.468, s. 27(4)(a)). It is related directly to and needed by the University to administer and operate the Camps Program including registration, payment of camp fees and obtaining parental consent. The participants BC Care Card number and relevant medical history is needed in the event of an accident or injury. The information will be used to register camp participants, receive camp fee payments and issue refunds, apply parental consent and facilitate the provision of medical services in the event of an accident or injury to a camp participant. If you have any questions about the collection and use of this information please contact the Camps Registration Office, Athletics and Recreation, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6, 778-782-4965, Email: camps@sfu.ca.

By initialing this box, I give Simon Fraser University my consent to take photographs or videos of my child and reproduce such photographs or videos for use in University promotional materials or publications.

Participants under 12 years of age must be signed out by an authorized person. Participants 12 years of age and older may be given sign out privileges. Indicate your choice at registration.

PICK-UP & DROP-OFF

Signature of Parent/Guardian

Date

Should my child require assistance I give permission to the SFU Camp staff to apply sunscreen.

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By signing here, you are agreeing to the above statements.

In the event of an accident or injury, I authorize Simon Fraser University to provide or cause to be provided such medical services as University personnel consider appropriate.

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information about the risks of the program(s) to which my child is registered, I can contact the person in charge of these programs through SFU’s Department of Athletics and Recreation.

SFU Camps Program reserves the right to refuse further participation to any participant for rule infractions. I understand the Cancellation and Refund Policy as noted.

permission to participate in Simon Fraser University (SFU) Camps Programs.

I hold Simon Fraser University harmless and am aware of inherent risks of these camp programs. My child is of a suitable fitness level to participate in these programs. If I require more

(Child’s first and last name)

Phone

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hereby grant

Family Dentist Name

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I further consent to the following:

I,

Phone

Last name__________________________ First name____________________________ Cell phone__________________ Other phone__________________

PARENT / GUARDIAN CONSENT

Family Doctor Name

Additional pick-up authorization:

Emergency /authorized to pick-up: Last name__________________________ First name____________________________ Cell phone__________________ Other phone__________________

Parent/guardian: Last name__________________ First name__________________________ Cell phone__________________ Other phone__________________ Email __________________

Medical alerts/allergies/medications

BC care card # OR out of province health #

MEDICAL INFORMATION

Address

Participant’s Surname (Last name)

PA R T I CI PA N T

CAMPS PARENTAL / GUARDIAN CONSENT FORM - ASSUMPTION OF RISK

Email camps@sfu.ca


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