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: Our cafeteria is certified to be peanut and tree nut free. 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.