De La Salle Collegiate is proud to offer a wide variety of athletic and academic summer camps. The camps are for students, boys and girls, entering grades 3-12 (unless otherwise noted).
The 2017 Camp Season has ended. We are proud to announce we had a record-setting summer with over 715 students in attendance! 2018 Camp Information will be available on January 1, 2018!
We want you to stay connected with De La Salle Collegiate. Join us at any of these FREE events during the school year:
- Fall Activities Night (Wednesday, September 20, 2017)
- Future Pilot Appreciation Night (Friday, October 6, 2017)
- Open House (Sunday, November 5, 2017)
- Pilot for a Day
- Coffee Talk
- 2018 Summer Camp Expo (Sunday, May 6, 2016)
Summer Camps provide an excellent experience for young students to learn and develop. According to the American Camp Association, young students have seven developmental needs:
- Physical Activity
- Competence and Achievement
- Creative Self-Expression
- Positive Social Interactions
- Structure and Clear Limits
- Meaningful Participation
The De La Salle Collegiate Summer Camp Experience provides these developmental needs for students. Consider camps as the perfect partner to help your child learn and develop independence, decision-making skills, social and emotional skills, character building and values – all in a safe atmosphere. De La Salle Collegiate’s Lasallian Mission of fostering positive relationships will only reinforce a student’s faith, character, intellect, and morality.
For more information, email Mr. Kevin Fitzhenry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (586) 541-6210.
- 2017 Summer Camp Photo Galleries
- 2016 Summer Camp Photo Galleries
- 2015 Summer Camp Photo Galleries
- 2014 Summer Camp Photo Galleries
Mission of De La Salle Summer Camps:
De La Salle Collegiate Summer Camps and Programs provide young men and women a safe environment to experience our unique Lasallian charism while developing positive relationships with program employees and current students that work with them to nurture their intellectual, spiritual, and physical development.