Fall programs

Is your kid interested in sports like basketball or badminton? Are they a creative person who likes cartooning or animation? Do they want to learn how to create lines of code or program video games? With so many diverse offerings, our Fall camps have something for everyone.

2023 Fall camps schedule

The camp schedule is available now. Registration is limited, so sign up early to get your spot. We look forward to seeing your kids! 

Sundays (Sept 24–Dec 3)

The following camps run every Sunday for ten weeks from September 24 to December 3. Please note, there will be no camp on October 8 due to the statutory holiday.

New Westminster

Camp

Ages

Time

Location

Cost

CRN

Badminton

12–16

9–11

New Westminster Campus, N1100 Gymnasium

$155

31236

峾ԳٴDz

7–11

9–11

New Westminster Campus, N1100 Gymnasium

$155

31235

Creative Writing & Storytelling 9–15 9–11 New Westminster Campus, N1220 $155 31240
Volleyball 10–16 11:30–1:30賾 New Westminster Campus, N1100 Gymnasium $155 31237
Drama & Improv 9–15 11:30–1:30賾 New Westminster Campus, N1220 $155 31241
Coding & Computer Design 9–15 11:30–1:30賾 New Westminster Campus, N5109 $155 31242

ٲ

7–11

2–4賾

New Westminster Campus, N1100 Gymnasium

$155

31238

Basketball

12–16

2–4賾

New Westminster Campus, N1100 Gymnasium

$155

31239

Video Game Design

9–15

2–4賾

New Westminster Campus, N5109

$155

31243

Tuesdays (Sept 26–Dec 5)

The following camps run every Tuesday for ten weeks from September 26 to December 5. Please note, there will be no camp on October 31 due to Halloween.

Coquitlam

Camp

Ages

Time

Location

Cost

CRN

峾ԳٴDz

7–11

6–7:45賾

Pinetree Community Center, Gymnasium 3

$150

31227

Badminton

12–16

7:45–9:30賾

Pinetree Community Center, Gymnasium 3

$150

31229

Saturdays (Sept 23–Dec 9)

The following camps run every Saturday for ten weeks from September 23 to December 9. Please note, there will be no camps on September 30 and November 11 due to the statutory holidays.

Coquitlam

Camp

Ages

Time

Location

Cost

CRN

ٲ

7–11

9–10:45

Pinetree Community Center, Gymnasium 3

$150

31230

Basketball

12–16

10:45–12:30賾

Pinetree Community Center, Gymnasium 3

$150

31231

Coding & Computer Design 9–15 10:45–12:30賾 Coquitlam Campus, A2030 $150 31233
Table Tennis 9–15 12:45–2:30賾

Pinetree Community Center, Room 7/8/9

*Nov 4, Gymnasium 3

$150 31232
Video Game Design 9–15 12:45–2:30賾 Coquitlam Campus, A2030 $150 31234

Fall Camp Descriptions

Your kid will learn how to perform the fundamental shots of the game and strategies for their execution. Campers will develop skills in game play and friendly competition.

Designed for children ages 7–11, your kids will be introduced to the basic shots and rules of the game. No previous experience is necessary.

Your kid 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.

This half day program is designed for younger age groups. This camp will focus on skill development such as dribbling, shooting, passing, defending and more. You’ll also learn to work as a team to build confidence on the court. 

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. 

This camp is for kids who want to learn the various aspects of drama, including improv, storytelling, character development and voicework. Every day is different, with games that encourage campers to approach the stage with imagination, cooperation and bravery. Participants will craft their own piece of theatre to be presented on the final day.

An Olympic sport since 1998, table tennis is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. Designed for children aged 9–15, this half-day camp combines games and individual skill development. No previous experience is necessary. 

In this camp, your child will learn how to make their very own video game using various platforms.

This camp is designed to introduce/refine the fundamentals of volleyball. In addition to team play, skills focus includes passing, setting, hitting, blocking, serving and digging. These sessions are appropriate for the beginner as well as the seasoned veteran.

Registration information

Camps fill up quickly, so don’t delay! Register online now.

In addition to the registration form, all participants are required to fill out and submit an Informed Consent/Authorization Form for Minors & Code of Conduct form.

Save the form with your child’s name as the file name and email it to youthcamps@douglascollege.ca.

Having trouble registering using the online form? Contact us at 604 527 5472 and we will be happy to assist you.

Registration open now
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Contact information

For more information please email Youth Camps.