Ages9-12 years Teenagers
HOURS of OPERATION:
All day camp locations open for camper sign-in at 8:30am and program concludes each day at 4:30pm. Campers are welcome to arrive between 8:00am and 8:30 and stay past 4:30, until 5:00pm at no extra charge. Recreational program and supervision are available at those times. Camp's academic program is conducted between 8:45am and 4:30pm each day. All materials required for camp are provided.
Debate Camp operates bus service in most of its day camp locations. Bus stops are located at specifically-designatedareas, that allow for parent parking. Space on the camp bus must be reserved in advance of camp's opening day. Parents may re-enter their account and add or delete a bus option at any point before camp. Please ensure that cell phone information entered is correct, as any delays to daily bus transportation is circulated via text message. Full details on all of camp's bussing options is available via the following link:
AGE GROUPS and PROGRAM:
Debate Camp's day program suits campers in grades 5 - 10. All instruction is leveled according to camper age and ability. All day camp locations have all 3 program components, for all ages: Debate, Public Speaking and Model United Nations. See our PROGRAM DETAILS page for an additional overview of camp's program and ability-level guidelines at all of our locations:
At all Canadian locations, Debate Camp Canada provides a hot lunch each day. Campers with dietary needs are welcome to supplement the lunch menu. All campers are welcome to bring additional NUT FREE snacks to camp each day. Campers with dietary restrictions need to ensure this information is noted via the registration process. A sample menu from one of our 2016 camp locations is available via the following link:
We keep in touch with all of our camp families both in advance and during the camp session. Parents / guardiansreceive a confirmation email immediately following registration, and a second email detailing pick-up / drop-off instructions, and details about camp's OPEN HOUSE afternoon; sent 1 week prior to camp's opening day. During the week, pictures and daily updates are posted on camp'sfacebook page. At the end of the week, a card that shares some of each camper's individual progress is available to parents / guardians and campers.