New Programs for 2018

Explorations 2018 has brought forward several new activities based on previous conversations with our camper families and colleagues. Our junior science program has welcomed Amanda Tulli who has brings a science inquiry approach to the teaching and understanding of physical and natural sciences. Tracy Blonder and her fellow junior activity group leaders have embraced a…

Investing in our Programs

Since the founding of McGill Explorations Camp in 1984, much has changed in regards to the technical support of many of our Activities. Certainly we remember well (or not) the fluid offset printing press, the photocopied notes and diagrams, early Texas Instruments and Atari personal computers, and telephone modems (the ones where you actually placed…

2018 Precamp Information

2018 Pre-Camp Info

Dear Explorations Campers and Parents, With the beginning of camp just around the corner, we are sending to your attention “housekeeping details” for your further consideration. Explorations Camp 2018 begins with Session 1 on Monday, July 2nd at 8:30 am, Session 2 on Monday, July 16th, at Loyola High School, 2477 West Broadway, corner of…

Kids Code Jeunesse

Learn to Code at Explorations Camp

At Explorations Camp, we understand that computer programming offers children opportunities to develop important skills in a fun, challenging and creative setting. Studies have shown that learning to code enhances children’s creativity during problem solving situations as they test new and innovative solutions to problems. Coding has also been linked to stronger computational thinking as…

CWF with Explorations Camp

Explorations Camp will host the CWF’s Migratory Map in 2017

Explorations Camp is happy to announce that for a second year we are partnering with The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) to offer our campers an exciting, educational opportunity. The Canadian Wildlife Federation believes in conserving Canada’s wildlife and encourages the wise use of our natural resources. They believe in living sustainably for future generations and…