The Dalton School offers week-long camps during March Break and throughout the summer. Our Mandarin Immersion Camps are geared towards campers aged 4-11. Our educational programs focus on science, history, nature, Lego, health and nutrition, arts and crafts and more! Through activities, games and field trips our campers develop confidence in speaking and listening to Mandarin.
February 11, 2018: Visit this camp at the Toronto Camp Expo RSVP for free tickets Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, Toronto, ON, M5J 2J5
Join us Sunday, February 11 from 12:00 am
Planning your child's March Break and summer has never been easier!
March 12, 2018: Visit Camp for The Day The Dalton School Camps and Programs, 1585 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario Join us Monday, March 12 from 09:00 am - 03:00 am
If you can't do a whole week but would love to join us for a couple of days at our Mandarin camps, feel free to pay by the day. Let Mrs. Cassidy Tsang, Program Manager know which days you are coming by emailing her at [email protected]
You are welcome to sign up for Visit Camp for The Day at any of our March Break and Summer Camp programs.
Welcome to The Dalton School Camps! We offer children aged 4-11 a one-of-a-kind, theme-based Mandarin immersion camp experience facilitated by a team of native Mandarin speakers. We strive to create a fun and educational experience that allows our campers to learn and build confidence in understanding and speaking Mandarin. Whether your child enjoys science, history or arts and crafts, s/he will soon begin to hum a song, count and recite, all in Mandarin!
In 2017, we had a really successful camp season and we are excited to offer additional themes for the upcoming year, such as theatre performances, nature in Canada, sports and more! One of our all-time favourite activities from last year includes outdoor water play and scavenger hunt at the ravine.
We look forward to welcoming you, your family and friends to our fun, creative and memorable Mandarin immersion camps at The Dalton School!
" Just wanted to let you know that both (our daughters) LOVED the camp! They were mad that I came to pick them up at 3:30 for dance and asked to stay all the way til six for the rest of the days. Well done!"
"I just want to let you know that my two kids loved the first day of camp! They dragged their feet walking in (somehow Mandarin camp was not the first thing they had in mind for March break...), but they both walked out showing more enthusiasm about the culture and the language. They loved the stories, the crafts, the gym, and the outdoor time. They are eager to go back!"