Launch: Science and Engineering Camp

Participants enjoy fun, experiential science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) activities.

Participants will build, launch, dissect and soar their way through an engaging week-long program based on some of our favourite activities, experiments and projects from our 30-year history of STEM outreach on the University of Toronto’s St. George campus – at a school near you this summer!

Our instructors are current undergraduate and graduate students in science and engineering fields who share their experiences and excitement for their program of study.

Campers learn about STEM through discovery-based activities and engage in challenges geared towards preparing students to become active leaders in their school, community and extracurricular activities.

As we have limited spaces available, this fully subsidized program is only open to students at schools local to the camp. Camp is filled on a first-come, first served basis as registrations are received.  Students may only attend one-week of the program.

Program Details

Information about registration for Launch: Science and Engineering Camp 2019 will be announced shortly.

Time: 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Supervision during drop-off and pick-up periods (9-9:30am and 3:30-4pm) is offered free of charge.

Program dates and grade levels are dependent on location.

Please see the list of host schools below.

Launch is offered at the following schools:

Space is available at each location in all weeks at all locations at this time.

Host School: Dundas Street Public School

Grades: 2-8

Eligible schools:

Dundas Street Public School, Queen Alexandra, Morse Street, Nelson Mandela Park, Lord Dufferin.


Prior participation in ENGage or Girls’ Jr. DEEP 

Download our flyer, here.

Register here!

Host School: John Polanyi Collegiate Institute

Grades: 2-7

Eligible schools: Flemington, Lawrence Heights, Baycrest, Glen Park, Ledbury.


Prior participation in ENGage or Girls’ Jr. DEEP 

Download our flyer, here.

Register here!