We are so grateful to have shared this past week with the Grade 4, 5, and 6 students from the Montessori Academy of London. Each student consistently showed what it means to support one another in new situations as they participated in a number of new and fun activities while deepening connections with one another. We are incredibly proud of the students for bringing their most authentic selves to each and every day. We cannot wait to see the students back in future programs. All the best this summer!
We are so grateful for the week we were able to spend with the Grade 10 students of Greenwood College School. From moose sightings to sunsets to freshly baked bread, student’s created incredible memorable moments on canoe trips, showing us why it is so important to connect beneath the trees. Thank you all for a great week and have an excellent summer!
Thank you to the Branksome Hall Grade 9 students and teachers for an incredible week. The week was full of unforgettable moments of connection, fun, trying new activities, and supporting one another as you came together as a grade to celebrate all you’ve accomplished over the past year. It was a pleasure to work with you all and we wish you a safe and joyous summer. We are looking forward to seeing you all again next year!
We are so thrilled to have spent the past week with the Grade 7 students of Greenwood College School. Their enthusiasm and energy was infectious as they jumped right into new activities and deepened their connection with one another throughout the program. We wish them all the best throughout the summer and look forward to seeing them again next year!
We are incredibly grateful for the time we were able to spend with the students of Holy Name of Mary College School this week. Our days were filled with hikes, voyageur canoeing, yoga, swimming, community development and more. In our final gratitude circle, the students spoke about the importance of time. Time spent outside, time spent off our phones and making the most of the time we have as a school community. To our leaders, we wish you all the best in your next adventures and to the returning students, we cannot wait to see you back again this fall!
After two weeks up in Algonquin Park, the students and faculty of Colegio Tilatá have finally returned to the city for their final week of their program. During the first week, the students spent their days in the air on high ropes and climbing wall and in the water swimming and in canoes. They refined their skills and familiarized themselves with the environment around them to be ready for their newest adventure in week two, a canoe trip! Bright and early, the students left from Teepee Lake for a four day and three night canoe trip. We are so incredibly grateful for the joy, excitement and growth that has been observed in the last two weeks and cannot wait for the city adventures that await this week!
This past week we were lucky enough to spend time with the Grade 7 and 8 students from the Montessori Academy of London. These students truly embodied what it meant to step outside their comfort zone over these past few days in Algonquin Park. From canoeing, archery, high ropes and many more, these students brought joy and excitement to every activity this week. We are so grateful for the time we spent together and are wishing the students and faculty a safe and adventure filled summer!
This past week, we were able to spend time with the Grade 7 students of Branksome Hall School. Through rain or shine, these students brought endless enthusiasm and willingness to step outside their comfort zone. We are so grateful for the week of adventures and cannot wait to see you all back in the fall!
We are incredibly grateful to have spent the past week with the Grade 8 students of Branksome Hall for their energy and commitment to strengthening their connection to themselves, one another, and the natural environment around them. Whether it was singing show tunes in the Voyageur canoe, stepping outside their comfort zones on the High Ropes, or having meaningful conversations through their workshops, these students truly showed us what it meant to make every moment together count. We cannot wait to see you back in the fall!
We are so happy to have welcomed the Grade 7 & 8 students of Sterling Hall School back with us once again for this spring season – this time exploring the natural beauty of Algonquin Park. The students focused on hard skills this week specifically learning and developing their skills of spoon carving, fire building, canoeing, and wildlife exploration. We hope all the students and faculty have a restful and adventure-filled summer!
Thank you to the Crestwood Prep Grade 7 & 9 students and faculty for an incredible week. With beautiful warm sunny weather, these students took every opportunity to deepen their sense of self and strengthen their connections to one another during their time amongst the trees. Their fierce energy and open-minded perspective created a recipe for a lot of fun with many expanding their comfort zones as they experienced new things for the first time. We wish you all the best as you finish your school year and look forward to seeing you again in the Fall.