Lifesaving Camp Registration will open on Tuesday JANUARY 24, 2023 at 9:00am

SUMMER LUNCHES: A full cafeteria lunch will be offered as an optional add-on to your summer camp registration at a cost of $43 + HST per week (5-days).


Fee: $350.00 / Optional Res Cafeteria Lunch Fee: $43.00 + HST (5-days)
Time: 8:30 am-4:30 pm / a 5-day camp
Required: First Aid Manual ($20.00) & Canadian Lifesaving Manual from Medallion course.

Prerequisites: Bronze Medallion and Lifesaving Society Emergency (EFA) or Standard First Aid (SFA) certifications (need not be current). Or EFA or SFA from one of these approved agencies.

Note: Parents also have the option to pack nutritious lunch for their child as an alternative. Campers in the same lifesaving class who bring their own lunch will sit together at a location outside of the cafeteria. Unfortunately, campers who bring their own lunch are not permitted to eat inside the cafeteria.

Our Bronze Cross & National Lifeguard camps are scheduled from 8:30 am-4:30 pm. Regular Drop-off for these levels is at 8:15-8:30 am and Pick-up is at 4:30- 4:45 pm in the Field House. Early/Late supervision is NOT available for these levels. Self-Sign out for these levels is an option.

(5) Summer Bronze Cross Camps

1) Monday July 10-Friday July 14
2) Monday July 17-Friday July 21
3) Tuesday August 8-Saturday August 12 (Mon August 7 is a Civic Holiday)
4) Monday August 21-Friday August 25
5) Monday August 28-Friday September 1

Bronze Cross Info @ Lifesaving Society website

These BRONZE CROSS camps will certify successful candidates with both Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid with CPR-C. This course designed for lifesavers who want the challenge of more advanced training including an introduction to safe supervision in aquatic facilities. Both are pre-requisites for National Lifeguard.

The First Aid (FA) Manual fee ($20.00) will be charged automatically when you register online. If you do not need a FA, you can only opt-out of by calling (613 520-4480) or in person, at the Welcome Centre Desk in Alumni Hall. If you need a Canadian Lifesaving Manual ($50), you will need to pay this fee by phone or in-person.

Our camps will follow Health & Safety guidelines provided by the Provincial Government, Ontario Public Health, Ottawa Public Health and the Ontario Lifesaving Society. A Summer Lifesaving Camp Info email will be sent to parents/candidates on the Friday prior to each camp.




Registration by phone or in person is on available during our hours of operation. Register online 24/7. To register in person, visit our Welcome Centre in the Alumni Hall.