Update Aug 2, 2022
Dear Toronto Circus Centre families,
Step Right Up! Registration is live for Fall Classes as well as August Summer Camps, Summer Teen and Adult Classes and our award winning Birthday Parties!
We are having a spectacular summer full of happy circus campers- we hope you are having fun too!
Fall students, grab your spot now!
We look forward to more jumping, spinning, flying, and laughing together.
- Jen and the team at Toronto Circus Centre
March Break and Summer Camps FAQ
2022 CAMP INFO MAY CHANGE DUE TO UPDATED HEALTH DEPT. GUIDELINES
Ages 4½ to 13
We’ve rounded up the questions most often asked about March Break and Summer Circus Camp and have answered those below. Are we missing anything? Still have questions? Get in touch!
Where is camp held?
TCC operates in Leaside @ Leaside United Church, 822 Millwood Ave, Toronto ON. Please use the NE entrance at Field Ave & McRae Drive. (See map at bottom of page.)
Where should I drop off my child & do I have to come in?
In Leaside United Church’s gymnasium, 822 Millwood Road), please use the NE entrance at Field Ave & McRae Drive.
Parents are required to sign children in and out of camp. If you wish to give your child permission to sign themselves in and/or out, please note in the “Comments” section of the registration form or send Jen an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
What are the hours? Do you have Early Drop-off or After-Camp Extended Hours?
Camp hours are 9am-4pm. Extended hours are 8-9am and/or 4-5pm available on request and cost 50+hst for the week.
Can I stay and watch my child in camp?
Does my child need previous circus class experience to register for camp?
My child is not the most athletic - will they still have fun?
Who are the coaches?
What do kids do at camp?
What is the age range of campers?
How are the campers split into age groups?
Can my child be grouped with their friend?
Are they doing circus all day?
We do a lot of circus! Additionally, we head outside to the garden for crafts, two snack breaks and a lunch break, and games, weather permitting.
What should they wear? What should I pack?
Long pants (leggings or jogging) and a tighter/more-fitted top. Long hair should be tied back. Campers should not wear jewelry.
Labelled, refillable water bottle.
More food than kids take to school – we are quite physical. Kids get two snack breaks and a lunch break.
NUT FREE food only.
Hat and sunscreen (if used) and a bathing suit if your child wants to go to the splashpad.
Can campers bring phones to camp?
When is the parents’ show & show much does it cost?
Can my child come multiple weeks?
When do we need to register by? When is payment due?
Full payment is required to secure your child’s spot at camp.
Do you have a waitlist if a week is full?
What is the cancellation policy?
Should you decide to voluntarily withdraw more than 14 days prior to the start date of camp, all but a non-refundable deposit/admin fee of $50 may be refunded. If cancelling 7-14 days before camp begins, a $100 deposit/admin fee applies. Refunds are not issued for withdrawal once a program begins or within 7 days immediately prior to the start of the term.
You may switch to a different class day/camp week once you have registered, granted space is available. All class credits must be used no later than the end of the term following the one wherein the credit was issued. If not used within this time, credit is fully forfeited.
No refund shall be provided in the event of dismissal for breach of the Conduct Policy. Failure to issue payment on time may result in cancellation of enrollment and/or a late payment charge of 1.5% per week of the total outstanding balance.