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Youth Spring Break Camps at Brentwood

Set on one kilometre of shoreline on the Pacific Ocean, in sheltered Mill Bay, the Brentwood College School campus is ideal for spring break camp experiences—learning new skills and making new friends. Browse the programs available below and when you see a red “register now” button, that means enrolment is open!

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Browse individual camp offerings to find the best fit for your child and your schedule. Key features of each camp are highlighted below. Finer details and documentation will be provided by each program director upon registration and payment. You are also welcome to ask questions at any time by contacting our Facility Rentals Team:

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Summit Seeker Climbing Camp

  • Suggested Age: 10-14

  • Dates & Time: March 11-15, 2024, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

  • Pricing: Full-Day $350

  • Camp Director: 

    Bruce Allen, Coach

    Tegwyn Curtis, Coach

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Welcome to Spring Break Climbing Camp at Brentwood College School! Whether you are brand new to the sport or aim to improve your skills over the break, this full-day camp will have everything you need for an adventurous and fun week of climbing.

You will learn a variety of technical climbing skills, such as belaying and footwork, and play creative climbing games. Sunny afternoons will be spent exploring Brentwood's beautiful green spaces with activities like orienteering and capture-the-flag.

Lunches will be included throughout the week, and our certified coaches are sure to provide you with an action-packed week!


Bruce Allen

Bruce Allen started climbing in a small university gym back in 2015, and he's been hooked ever since. He joined the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides in 2016, as a climbing gym instructor, and has worked as a route setter and coach at the provincial and national level. Now located in Squamish, BC, Bruce is an aspiring mountain guide working through the Rock Guide Program, and soon onto Alpine and Ski guiding.

Calling the BC's west coast home, he spends his spare time guiding friends through the regions mountains and boulders. He can often be found wandering through the woods on the hunt for new climbing areas and boulders to develop.


Tegwyn Skye Curtis

Tegwyn Skye Curtis grew up in Northern Alberta, later attending Brentwood College School—where she grew and connected with friends and younger students from around the world, graduating in 2017. She moved across the country to pursue her Bachelor of Social Sciences, with Joint Honours in History and Political Science at the University of Ottawa—in both French and English.

Ms. Curtis is a Level 3 CWI Climbing Instructor who works with the Brentwood Climbing Program as part of her full-time career and has run climbing camps at other locations. Her climbing background specifically includes bouldering, rope climbing, and speed climbing.


Nike Soccer Camp

  • Suggested Age: 8-12 co-ed; all skill levels

  • Dates & Time: March 18-22, 2024, 9 am to 12 pm

  • Pricing: $195 + GST

  • Camp Director: 

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Instruction is available to boys and girls ages 8-12 of all skill levels. Our goal is to ensure that we create an environment that allows players to explore and take risks while feeling safe to make mistakes as we feel this is crucial to their development as young soccer players.

Nike Sports Camp includes a combination of individual soccer skills and small-sided gameplay—and other fun interactive team activities. The focus of this week’s soccer camp is to ensure that young athletes come away learning a little bit more about the game of soccer and spend a week being physically active.


Wesley Barrett

Wesley has spent over a decade coaching soccer, and is the co-founder of an organization called EPIC Sport Management Society. He completed his degree in Recreation and Health from UVic, and has held roles of Head Coach of the Vancouver Whitecaps FC Northern Academy and Assistant Coach with the UNBC Timberwolves men's and women's programs. He continues to run and facilitate EPIC while serving as Head of Soccer at Brentwood College School.


Kin-Strength: Multi-Sport Camp/Speed & Power Camp

  • Suggested Age: Multi-Sport Camp ages 8-12, co-ed, all skill levels; Speed & Power Camp ages 13-18, co-ed, all skill levels

  • Dates & Time: March 18-22, 2024, 9:00 am-12:00 pm 

  • Pricing: Multi Sport $275; Speed & Power Camp $275

    • Camp Director: 

      Avi Sharabi, BSc. Kinesiology, Minor Psychology & MSc. Exercise Science (enrolled)

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Multi-Sport Camp: Join us for a dynamic multi-sport camp that focuses on developing athleticism at Brentwood’s world-class facilities! This experience offers an enjoyable opportunity for youth to discover different sports and training methods. Tailored for young participants, this camp introduces the fundamentals of athletic training in a fun and engaging way. Each day features a new sport—including climbing, soccer, basketball, and more. These are followed by introduction sessions dedicated to strength, sprints, or mobility training—creating a well-rounded and enjoyable experience.

Speed & Power Camp: Experience training like a professional athlete in the second youth strength & conditioning camp held at Brentwood's top-notch training facilities. This camp offers young athletes across all sports a unique opportunity to enhance speed mechanics, lifting technique, agility, and conditioning. Beyond physical training, athletes will leave the camp armed with a toolkit for injury prevention, recovery techniques, general nutrition guidance, and strategies to optimize mental performance. Join us for a holistic and empowering training experience that goes beyond the field, providing young athletes with essential tools for overall athletic success.


Avi Sharabi

Avi founded Kin-Strength with the mission to instill lifelong strength through movement. Committed to cultivating physically dominant athletes, she employs athlete-centric, data driven, evidence-based programming, and vigilant monitoring to empower individuals to reach their physical capacities.