Welcome to the start of an amazing summer.


Hot days. Cool pools. Backyard barbecues. Summer camps. The best parts of summer are about making memories. So give your kids a summer they'll remember. We have a summer camp for everyone - challenging, creative and confidence-building week-long experiences for kids of all ages.

Our inspiring instructors make our programs the perfect place to make new friends, have fun and learn something too.

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Have your cake - and eat it too
Have your cake - and eat it too

Send your kid off to culinary camp and be rewarded with a three-course meal.

Have your cake - and eat it too


Perfect for young food enthusiasts (and busy parents who want a little extra help in the kitchen), our culinary camps put kids in a professional kitchen - allowing them to learn hands-on skills just like the pros. They'll explore all aspects of meal creation, from appetizers to the main course to dessert. And at the end of the week, campers prepare a three-course meal for their invited guests.

Youth Culinary Boot Camp

Tastes of the World Culinary Camp

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Get your hands dirty
Get your hands dirty

What's summer camp without a little dirt and grime?

Get your hands dirty


For the kids who are comfortable working with their hands, our Eco Kids and Trades Exploration camps will have them getting down and dirty while learning. Your aspiring Elon Musk will be immersed in the world of sustainability, building solar-powered cars and constructing wind turbines. Or in Trades Exploration camp, teens will learn basic techniques and safety procedures while creating challenging take-home projects.

Eco Kids Camp

Trades Exploration Camp

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Move to the beat
Get active

Let loose and be creative in our fun and energetic movement camps.

Get active!


The ideal place for those who want to be active, our dance camp, multi-sport racquet camp and physical literacy camp allow kids to let loose and be creative. In Totally Dance Fusion, campers will learn a variety of dance styles and have the freedom to create their own choreography while in Move to Improve, they’ll gain the knowledge to be physically active for life. In our multi-sport racquet camp, kids will be exposed to four types of fun racquet sports, including squash, racquetball, tennis and badminton.

Totally Dance Fusion

Totally Dance Fusion

Move to Improve Physical Literacy Camp

Multi-Sport Racquet Camp

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Lead with confidence
Lead with confidence

The best week of summer for your daughter also builds her confidence.

Lead with confidence


Specifically designed for tween girls, the Totally U G!rl Camp provides fun and interactive sessions while teaching valuable lessons on how to mature into confident young women. It'll prove to be the best week of summer for your daughter as she makes friends, learns life lessons and builds her confidence.

Totally U G!rl

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Flaunt your flair for fashion
Flaunt your flair for fashion

Calling all fashionistas and aspiring fashion designers!

Flaunt your flair for fashion


For the artists who love clothes, Art and Fashion Camp is the camp of their dreams. Kids will spend the week creating fun and fabulous projects while learning fashion techniques. And on the final day, they'll strut their stuff on the runway, modelling their very own creations in front of an audience of parents.

Art and Fashion Camp

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Take gaming to creating
Take gaming to creating

Give your gamer a glimpse behind the animation.

Take gaming to creating


What's better than a week spent playing video games? A week spent learning how to create your own! Teens will be immersed in their imaginations while they learn the tools and processes used by Hollywood animators and game developers. And they'll walk away with a completed animation or first-person video game.

Character Animation Camp

Video Game Design Camp

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Earn a little cash
Earn a little cash

This summer, start a babysitting business.

Earn a little cash


For the teens who love working with kids, our Babysitting Boot Camp is the first step in building a successful babysitting business. From First Aid and CPR Level-C certificates to babysitting techniques to creating business cards, teens will learn everything needed to be a reliable, in-demand babysitter who can handle emergency situations with ease.

Babysitting Boot Camp

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Play like a Kodiak
Play like a Kodiak

Learn what it takes to be a Kodiak in one of our basketball or volleyball camps.

Play like a Kodiak


Have fun. Enhance your skills. Develop your game. That's what our Kodiaks sports camps are all about. The key to a good summer development camp is coaching. And our Kodiaks development camps feature some of Alberta's - and Canada's - best.


Kodiaks Basketball Camp

Kodiaks Senior High Basketball Camp

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Kodiaks Volleyball Camp – Day Camp

Kodiaks Volleyball Camp – Evening Camp

Kodiaks Female Senior Volleyball Camp

Kodiaks Senior High Volleyball Camp (co-ed)

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Summer camps: FAQs

You have questions. We have answers.

Find the answers to common questions about our summer camps. From what to expect on the first day to health and safety at our camps. And if you don’t find the answers to your questions here, give us a call at 403-320-3288.


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When and where do I bring my camper on the first day of camp?

Registration starts at 8:45 a.m. at Lethbridge College in The Cave (CE1300) on the first day of camp. Campers and parents will give all completed forms to the camp administrators, sign in and have a chance to meet other campers!

What forms do I need to fill out and bring on the first day?

Please bring the Camper Information and Consent Form and Culinary Consent Form (only if in a Culinary Camp). These forms will be sent to you by a camp administrator prior to the camp start date.

What is the earliest/latest time I can drop off/pick up my camper?

Campers are to be dropped off and picked up in The Cave (CE1300) each day and will be supervised by one of our camp administrators during these times. This room is located near the College Centre. Campers may be dropped off as early as a half-hour before camp and be picked up no later than a half-hour after camp. Outside of these times, Lethbridge College is not responsible for campers.

Is there a sign in/out policy?

All campers must be signed in and out of Lethbridge College Summer Camps by the designated person(s) indicated on the Camper Information and Consent Form. Parents may allow their child to sign themselves in and out. Such permission must be indicated on the Camper Information and Consent Form. For campers that are not indicated as self-sign out, parents and authorized individuals will be asked to present photo ID when picking up their child.

Do I need to pack a lunch for my camper?

Yes. Campers should either bring a healthy bagged lunch or money to buy lunch in the Lethbridge College Cafeteria. Trips to buy lunch in the cafeteria will be supervised by one of our camp administrators. Lunch is supplied in all Culinary Camps.

My camper has a peanut allergy. Are the camps nut free?

Lethbridge College Summer Camps encourages all campers to refrain from bringing nut products to camp. However, Lethbridge College is an open campus and therefore we cannot guarantee that there will be no exposure to nut products while at camp.

What items should my camper bring?

Please ensure your camper brings the following items to camp each day:

  • water bottle
  • bagged lunch OR lunch money (lunch in Culinary Camps is supplied)
  • appropriate clothing based on the camp
  • any self-administered medication (Ventolin inhaler, Epipen etc.)

Please ensure all valuables are left at home. Lethbridge College Summer Camps is not responsible for any damage, loss or theft of personal items brought to camp.

Where can I park?

Parking regulations on campus are in effect all summer. Hourly/daily paid parking is available in the Front Bus Loop and Lot O located adjacent to the Physical Education Building at a cost of $2 for 4 hours or $4 for all day.