UNIVERSITY OF REGINA RECREATION SERVICES
SUMMER SPORTS SCHOOL
Programs for children ages 4 and up. One week and two week options available!
Summer Sports School is a physical activity program for children 4 to 12 years of age. Children will be provided with opportunities to participate in a variety of sports, science, aquatic and other physical activities in a safe, fun and non-competitive environment. The emphasis is for participants to have fun, meet others, become physically active and learn new skills. All activities will be planned, facilitated and supervised by instructors and will be modified to suit the age level and ability of the participants. No previous experience is necessary. At times throughout the program, the instructors engage the participants in full camp activities such as the Mini Olympics.
Participants in the Rookie Program have the option of the morning OR afternoon program only. All other participants have the option of registering in a morning and/or afternoon program. Programs run daily, Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. To have your child in a full day program, please choose an am & pm class. Lunch supervision will be provided for those participants registered in a full day program. In addition, Summer Sports School offers an extended hour’s program. Children will be supervised from 8:00 am to 8:30 am and 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm daily. Please note that there will be no planned activities during these extended hour programs.
**PLEASE NOTE THAT ALTHOUGH THE SESSIONS ARE 2 WEEK SESSIONS, YOU CAN REGISTER FOR ONE WEEK!
Registration for Summer Sport School and Cougar Camps occurs annually in March.
Other athletic camps include soccer, basketball, hockey, football, track and field and volleyball and aquatics. Click here to view all programs, including space availability, and to register.
Camp participants will enjoy a full morning or afternoon of sport and recreational activities, as well as art and science pieces. In the morning, the group will participate in a variety of sports and games. In the afternoon, the group will participate in art or science activities, as well as more activities. Some examples of sports children may participate in include Archery, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, and Kin Ball activities. These activities will also be accompanier by swimming daily.
KHS-CCE Joint Program (AM and PM)
Run, Explore, Create! Ages 7-9 (must be 7 as of August 31, 2016)
In this arts and sports camp, participants get to travel the world while never having to leave home. Each day will focus on a different region of the world as participants play, move, and create art. Participate in sports from around the globe, sing traveling songs, swim in the ocean, and so much more. Never a dull moment! Run in partnership with KHS Summer Sports School, this camp will take place on main campus.
Wonderful Wizarding World Ages 10-12
In this combination arts and sports camp, you will develop your own wizarding schools, create duelling skits, and play wizarding world games like Quidditch. Can you swim to save your friends from mermaids or face obstacles to steal a golden egg from a dragon? Don't wait for your invitation to come by owl, this camp is for all muggles and wizards alike. Run in partnership with KHS Summer Sports School, this camp will take place on main campus.
ACTIVE 4 LIFE
For Children 6 to 18 years of age. This is a program of education, exercise and support for children and youth with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes and/or children and youth who are at risk for developing diabetes later on in their life.
Swimming lessons are offered throughout the year.
> Red Cross Swim Kids Levels and Private
> Leadership Courses
> Adult Swim
> Aqua Swim Program
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA CONERVATORY OF PERFORMING ARTS CAMPS (ages 3-14)
CAMPS - Registrations for camps occur in November for Winter, January for Spring, and March for Summer programs.
At the Conservatory we believe that creative arts are essential to a full and rich human life – no matter how old or young you are. Our day camp program offers school aged children a positive approach to learning some of the basics of performing and visual arts. Camps cover a wide range of activities, including dance, pottery, musical theatre, drama, music, and more.
Conservatory Creative Camps provide a safe and engaging place for children to test out visual and performing arts interests.
Early drop-off begins one hour before camp and late pick-up runs to one hour after camp at no extra charge.
Spring - Easter Break
Summer - July and August - CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL SUMMER CAMPS
Winter - February Break
Want to learn more? Visit University of Regina Camps's website.