Toronto & CES Junior Summer Schools
- Toronto is Canada’s largest city and trade center, as well being the capital of the province of Ontario
- Built around the shores of Lake Ontario, one of North America’s five most famous lakes, the city is home to around 3 million people
- Immigrants make up 54% of Toronto’s population: Colorful neighborhoods rich in cultures such as Chinatown, Koreatown, Little Italy, Greektown, and Little Portugal are home to immigrants
- According to a report from The Economist, Toronto is the safest city in North America
- Toronto is one of North America’s most famous and important university cities
- International students who come to Toronto are often strongly influenced by different people and ethnic groups who already form the cosmopolitan population of Canada
- Toronto has a population made up of very diverse backgrounds, and Canadians are recognized for their values and tolerance. If you are an international student, you are welcome no matter where you are from, or what your culture or your religious beliefs are. In Toronto, women and men are considered equal regardless of their cultural background and economic status
- Food in Toronto also reflects the diversity of its people. The city has a very extensive cuisine; From China to India, from Italy to Ukraine. In restaurants and for some other services, it is customary to leave a tip (10-15%).
- The headquarters of around 80,000 national and international companies and banks are located in Toronto
- Toronto is one of the cities in Canada where all four seasons are experienced.
- The metro and shopping centers wrap around the city underground like spider webs, and one can easily go from one point of the city to another thanks to this advanced public transport system
- Toronto’s higher education institutions have discovered the benefits of having international students from across the world. Many high schools and universities have set up international offices to assist international students
- These high schools and universities that award diplomas and degrees adhere to administration and rules and the standards are Therefore the diplomas awarded are recognized in Canada and internationally
Why the CES Toronto Junior Summer Program this summer?
- If you want to learn in a city where English is spoken
- If receiving undergraduate or graduate education abroad is one of your dreams for the future
- If there are dozens of countries and cities in your mind, but you can not decide
- If you have looked at many of the attractive aspects of studying in Canada, but you do not want to take this step without experiencing it for yourself
- If the integration of school and education options in Toronto makes you more interested in the city, then we are excited to present the Junior Summer Program, which will provide you with an opportunity to get to know Toronto one-to-one and experience the city and the educational opportunities in Toronto
- Capital English Solutions is located on Yonge Street, the world’s longest street. Our school on the 200-year-old street, which in the Guinness Book of Records for its length of 2,000 km, is just 10 minutes’ walk away from the main square of the city in the downtown area, Yonge-Dundas Square
- Our school is just 5 minutes’ walk from Toronto University, Canada’s most prestigious educational institution
- The Active English classes that you will take for 20 hours a week are directed at improving your speaking, listening. reading, and writing skills. Lessons are Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 13:00. Evenings and weekends are allocated for field trips and activities organized by CES
- Some of the important icons of Toronto are the CN Tower, Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto University, Rogers Center, Harbor Front, Royal Ontario Museum, Ontario Art Gallery, Casa Loma, and High Park. Students participating in the program will have the opportunity to visit these sights
- A day tour to Niagara Falls, one of the most important attractions of Canada.
English Summer Camp in Toronto, the World’s Most Livable City
|Canada’s economic and cultural capital Toronto is home to over 3 million people who come from many parts of the world, and these people make Toronto one of the most colorful and multi-cultural cities in the world. Toronto is also one of the cleanest and safest cities in North America.|
Our school Capital English Solutions located on Yonge Street, which is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the longest street in the world, is 10 minutes’ walk from Dundas Square, the main center of the city. Our Active English Program, which aims to develop English language learning in a fun and productive way, encompasses 20 hours of English lessons per week. Throughout the program, our students are in classes in accordance with their language level, and practice sessions that improve the ability to speak, listen, read, and write are carried out.
Toronto’s reputation comes from it being a safe, clean, tranquil city and having an international population. Some of our daily activities that will help students learn about the cosmopolitan nature and culture of the city and help with their English language practice include Toronto University, CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, Toronto Zoo, Boat Cruise on Ontario Lake, Blue Jays Baseball Matches, and Wonderland Rollercoaster Tour. The opportunity for day trips will be provided by the TTC, the third most-used public transport system in North America after New York and Mexico City.
Along with their with daily activities, our students will visit Niagara Falls as a one-day excursion. They will also have the chance to visit Ottowa, Montreal, and Quebec City in French Canada as 3-day, 2-night trips with students from different countries.
If you want to learn English abroad during the summer months, study a comprehensive program, and be involved in a fun educational & cultural program, the Toronto Summer Camp Program is a great option for you.
Example Activity Schedule 3-Week Program
30 July – 19 August 2017
|CES Curriculum and Activities Calendar 2017
* The list is an example activity list, and changes may occur to dates, times, and activities due to situations such as weather conditions.
|Date||8:00 – 8:45||Morning Program
(8:45 departure from accomodation)
(18:00 return to accomodation)
|30/7||Sun||Pearson International Airport Meeting and Accommodation Move-in – Pizza and Welcome Party|
|31/7||Mon||Morning breakfast||CES Orientation||Lunch||Downtown Toronto Tour||Dinner|
|1/8||Tue||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||CN Tower Tour|
|2/8||Wed||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Toronto University Tour|
|3/8||Thu||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Royal Ontario Museum|
|4/8||Fri||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Match|
|5/8||Sat||Wonderland Rollercoasters or Niagara Falls Tour|
|6/8||Sun||Free Time – Optional Activity|
|7/8||Mon||Morning breakfast||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Lunch||Casa Loma||Dinner|
|88||Tue||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Toronto Zoo|
|9/8||Wed||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Ripley’s Aquarium Visit|
|10/8||Thu||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Tall Ship Sailing|
|11/8||Fri||French Canada ISX||French Canada ISX|
|12/8||Sat||French Canada ISX (3-day, 2-night tour of Ottowa, Montreal and Quebec City)|
|13/8||Sun||French Canada ISX (3-day, 2-night tour of Ottowa, Montreal and Quebec City)|
|14/8||Mon||Morning breakfast||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Lunch||Toronto Island Park Visit||Dinner|
|15.8.||Tue||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Harbour Front Cinema or Concert|
|16/8||Wed||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Toronto FC Football Match|
|17/8||Thu||Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||Bowling or Laser Tag Tournament|
|18/8||Fri||CES Graduation & Certificate Ceremony||Outlet Shopping Trip|
|19/8||Sat||Free Time – Pearson International Airport Sendoff|
|Weekly English Lessons and Activity Program|
|Morning breakfast||8:00 – 8:45|
|Departure from accommodation||8:45 – 9:10|
|Lesson 1 – Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||9:15 – 10:00|
|Recess||10:00 – 10:10|
|Lesson 2 – Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||10:10 – 11:00|
|Recess||11:00 – 11:10|
|Lesson 3 – Active Grammar & Active Speaking Lessons||11:10 – 12:00|
|Recess||12:00 – 12:10|
|Lesson 4 – Selected Class Activities||12:10 – 13:00|
|Lunch||13:00 – 14:00|
|Field Trips and Activities||14:00 – 18:00|
|Return to Accommodation and Dinner||18:00 – 19:00|
*After the field trips and activities are complete, there may be changes in the hours of the return to the accommodation. The return to accommodation times may change according to the length of the activity or weather conditions etc.
- Each program H has a maximum of 28 participants
- If the student group consists of 14 people, the group will be accompanied by 1 on duty teacher
- If the student group consists of 28 people or more, the group will be accompanied by 2 on duty teachers
- It is a condition that the on duty teacher who accompanies the student group speaks English. During the course of lessons and field trips, it is necessary for the on duty teacher to assist CES teachers and staff and to ensure the necessary coordination and communication
- It is the responsibility of our on duty teachers to make sure students are not too loud during recesses, that they act in a controlled manner, and that they clean up after meals
- It is essential for the students to act in a respectful manner towards teachers and the environment during field trips and activities, and the control of this and making sure that they don’t separate from one another is the responsibility of our on duty teachers.
- Making sure that students do not make excessive noise in dormitories, that they always act in a respectful manner, and that they clean up after meals is the responsibility of our on duty teachers
- The responsibility of the students during free time, during evening hours, and during all out-of-school activities belongs to our on duty teachers.