14 - 18 (Coed)
Special needs support:
Not all campers have special needs
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The Archaeological Field School is an exciting opportunity to earn a high school credit in two weeks while getting real archaeological skills.
Students live in dormitories at Claremont Field Centre, north of Ajax, and excavate the nearby Sebastien site a 14th century village ancestral to the Huron-Wendat nation. In addition to fieldwork, there are visits from Indigenous speakers, lectures by leading professionals, seminars, and hands-on workshops in ancient technologies such as flint-knapping (stone-tool making), firestarting kits, cordage, fishtraps and other re-creations. Evaluation is based on fieldwork, written assignments, seminars, workshops and a final exam
The course, open to students who have completed Grade 10, is offered as an Interdisciplinary Studies, Grade 12 University Prep credit (IDC4U).
More information is available at:
4290 Westney Rd. North
|Aug 10-26, 2018||$2,395|
Light Support Specialized programming
Recreational Instructional Intense or Competitive