Summer Camp at the University of Toronto
The 2020 camp season has concluded.
Check back here in January of 2021 for the Summer 2021 Schedule.
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Your child will develop in-demand tech skills and gain a competitive edge that will benefit them for university, college, and their future careers.
30 STEAM Courses
Digital Media Academy's Online Learning Center offers full access to three bundles of ten age-appropriate online courses.
Certificate of Completion
Each student receives a Certificate of Completion demonstrating proficiency and learning.
Toronto Tech Camps
Digital Media Academy offers summer camps at the St. George Campus of University of Toronto in beautiful downtown Toronto. The campus setting makes it the perfect place for students to explore their interests and make new friends.
Each year we offer a variety of STEM courses for kids and teens, covering topics like video game coding, java programming, robotics, filmmaking, and more. Students can create their own animation sequence, design a wearable tech outfit, build their own laptop, or 3D print something awesome, all while learning important 21st-century skills like teamwork, leadership and critical thinking.
Get the most out of your summer with DMA when you add any or all of the following:
Get lunch on campus so you don’t have to pack your own.
Add Weekend Stay and enjoy extra activities and day trips around the area.
Our flexible Extended Day option allows families to pick-up students as late as 6:00 PM from Monday to Thursday.
Educators, artists, and talented industry professionals with a passion for STEAM education.
A Balanced Experience
Our students enjoy a balanced camp day with both in-class lessons and outdoor activities.
Our curriculum sparks curiosity, builds confidence, while fostering teamwork and collaboration.
Our staff is First-Aid + CPR certified and have completed national background checks.
University of Toronto Campus Facts
Originally founded in 1827 as King’s College, University of Toronto has grown to occupy three different campuses and 180 acres. The campus is responsible for some of the greatest discoveries in medicine, science, and technology. Insulin was discovered and developed here in 1921 as well as the discovery of stem cells in 1963. The first electron microscope was built in 1938.
University of Toronto is also is responsible for the creation of multi-touch technology, the same that’s used in our modern day smartphones and computers. The school’s SciNet Consortium also operates the most powerful supercomputer in Canada. Due to these accomplishments and the resources available at University of Toronto, the university has become Canada’s most important and largest research institution.