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Voted Best Art Camp by Parents
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Richmond Hill Art School specializes in High Quality Fine Arts Education with many exiting yet sophisticated projects throughout Spring and Summer Art Camp. Taught by professional artists and certified teachers, our fine arts and drama day camps give your child the freedom to express themselves, be creative, develop new ideas, and take risks. Our Exciting Art Camp designed for grades SK-6 and suitable for both art students and those not registered in an art program. Screen time is very limited to art related short clips. Health snack is provided twice a day. Read our blog about the 5 Reasons to Choose an Art Camp

Camp features:

  • Certified teachers and professional artists
  • Low teacher/student ratio
  • Multiple comprehensive projects each day
  • Healthy snacks
  • Outings to a local park, weather permitting

Summer camp dates:

Week 1: July 2-5, 2019 – FULL
Week 2: July 8-12, 2019
Week 3: July 15-19, 2019
Week 4: July 22-26, 2019 – FULL
Week 5: August 6-9, 2019

Weekly camp fees:

$330.00+tax/ 5-day week from 9:00AM-4:30PM (extended hours are extra)
$270.00+tax/ 4-day week from 9:00AM-4:30PM (extended hours are extra)

During each exciting camp week we will use a lot of creative techniques like watercolors, collage, sculptures. We will combine traditional styles with thinking outside the box! We will take an inspiration from strong colors and textures. Campers will start their day with an evaluation and discovery of a specific technique, from drawing/sketching to 3D sculpture and painting. After lunch, campers enjoy a mix of hands-on craft projects, or a walk to nearby park (weather permitting) and get active with music and movements programs before resuming more art activities in the mid-afternoon. Camp leader is our senior art instructor Michelle Richards Clermont who brings along many years of experience with young artists to create the most engaging, fun and education experience to your child.

  • you bring your own lunch
  • extended hours 8-9am & 4:30-6pm at $10/time slot paid in cash
  • flexibility of full day & half day schedules
  • sibling discount in effect for 10% off your second and third child
  • refer a friend and get an extra 5% off (unless other discounts applied)
  • sales are final, no refunds without medical note from a doctor

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Important things to know about our camp:

Sample of daily schedule

8-9 > before care and set up
9-9:15 > explaining the daily schedule, announcements, and morning activity
9:15-10:30 > 1st art activity
10:30-10:45> break, movement, snacks
10;45-12:15 > 2nd art activity
12:30-13:30 > lunch time for full day campers
13:30-2:30 > outing to park weather permitting, or indoor entertainment session
2:30-4:00 > 3rd art activity
4-4:30 > crafts, face painting, hand washing, cleanup, getting ready for pickups
4:30 > sign out (for full-day campers)
4:30-6 > after care

Health and safety

We ask all our parents to be mindful of the fact that children attending camp may have severe allergies. Therefore, we prohibit all nut products. Please make sure that your child does not bring any food items containing nuts.
It is crucial that RHAS is aware of medical conditions and/or allergies. They must be reported to RHAS prior to the student’s attendance. For specific allergies, indications must be worn by the student. Any student required to take medication at school must report the medication and its use to RHAS for approval. No medication can be held by the student during his studies unless approved.
Parents must provide the Camp Director with all the medication their child requires. All medication must be clearly labelled with the camper’s name, the exact dosage, and the time it is to be administered in the Health Conditions section of the Registration Form. Campers requiring an EpiPen must have 2 available: one to be kept at the front reception and one to be carried by the child (grade 1+) or by the counsellor (if child is under 6). RHAS must be notified if any medications need to be refrigerated. Administration of medication must be approved by the school and may be assisted by staff. If any medication is considered hazardous to the health of others or the student, the student may be sent home.