Spring break camps

Are you looking to keep your kids safe and active over the spring break? Are they interested in sports like basketball, soccer, and badminton? Or maybe they are budding artists and writers who want to express their creativity? Maybe a little bit of both? With a variety of camp offerings there is something for everyone. Registrations are limited so be sure to sign up early to get your spot.

2024 Spring Break Camp Schedule


Week 1: March 18–22

New Westminster

Camp

Ages

Time

Location

Cost (Reg/EB)

CRN

Sports & Computers

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–159–4賾New Westminster Campus / Olivet Church

$260/$235

11267

Jr Sports & Computers

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

6–109–4賾New Westminster Campus / Olivet Church

$260/$235

11268

Creative Writing

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–159–12賾New Westminster Campus

$150/$135

11269

Drama & Improv

*Cancelled

9–151–4賾New Westminster Campus

$150/$135

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Coquitlam

Camp

Ages

Time

Location

Cost (Reg/EB)

CRN

Basketball

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–159–4賾Pinetree Community Center

$260/$235

11271

Young Artists & Writers

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

6–109–4賾Coquitlam Campus

$260/$235

11272

Coding & Computer Design

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–159–12賾Coquitlam Campus

$150/$135

11273

Developing Apps

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–151–4賾Coquitlam Campus

$150/$135

11274

Week 2: March 25–28

Please note that this is a 4-day week and there will be no camps on Friday, March 29 due to the statutory holiday.

New Westminster

Camp

Ages

Time

Location

Cost (Reg/EB)

CRN

Basketball

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–159–4賾New Westminster Campus / Olivet Church

$209/$184

11275

Young Artists & Writers 

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

6–109–4賾New Westminster Campus

$209/$184

11276

Developing Apps

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–159–12賾New Westminster Campus

$129/$114

11277

Coding & Computer Design

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–151–4賾New Westminster Campus

$129/$114

11278

Coquitlam

Camp

Ages

Time

Location

Cost (Reg/EB)

CRN

Sports & Computers

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–159–4賾Coquitlam Campus / Pinetree Community Center

$209/$184

11279

Junior Sports & Computers

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

6–109–4賾Coquitlam Campus / Pinetree Community Centre

$209/$184

11280

Creative Writing

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–159–12賾Coquitlam Campus

$129/$114

11281

Student Leadership

*FULL, not accepting waitlist registrations

9–151–4賾Coquitlam Campus

$129/$114

11282

Spring Break Camp Descriptions


Your kids will learn a variety of skills and drills to take their game to the next level. This program teaches all the phases of the game, from passing, dribbling and shooting, to defense, rebounding and one-on-one moves. Players will be divided up by age and skill level.

Coding is the future! In this camp, your kid will learn the skills needed to build simple websites and games. Campers will refine their design and develop their logic and problem-solving abilities, working on different projects every day. 

Let your kid’s imagination run free with one of our most popular camps. Participants will explore different forms of writing, including short fiction, poetry and comic-book writing. 

In this innovative camp, your kid will learn how to create a basic, fully functional app. Campers will learn how to transform the complex language of text-based coding into visual, drag-and- drop building blocks.

This is a great class for kids who want to try out different forms of drama such as improv, storytelling, character development and voicework. Every day is different, with drama games that explore the stage with imagination, cooperation and bravery. Participants will craft their own piece of theatre to be presented on the final day.

Have a little one who’s ready to explore technology while staying active? Participants will learn new skills and activities in the gym such as basketball, soccer and cooperative games. They will also learn basic computer skills including typing, coding and more.

Your kids will exercise their brains as well as their bodies in this fun-filled week. They’ll learn how to build websites, code and create graphics while also keeping physically active with activities such as basketball, soccer, badminton, cooperative games and more. They’ll also take part in leadership and team-building activities.

This camp will help kids become leaders in their schools and communities. Campers will learn team-building skills, the importance of taking initiative and the benefits of getting involved, and making a difference, in their communities and beyond.

This full-day camp is filled with art and writing activities. Campers will explore various art techniques such as drawing and painting while also learning and experimenting with different genres of writing including poetry and journalism.


Don’t miss out on savings! Early Bird registration ends on February 21.

Registration information

In addition to the registration form, all participants are required to fill out and submit the online Please save a copy of your form after clicking submit.

Once completed, please read over and sign the Code of Conduct Form with your child. After, save the form with your child’s name as the file name and email it to youthcamps@douglascollege.ca so that we may confirm that your forms have been processed. Please note you will need to download the PDF to sign the document.

Having trouble completing the forms? Contact us at 604 527 5472 and we will be happy to assist you.

Registration for the 2024 Spring Camps is now open.
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Contact Information

For more information please email Youth Camps.