Summer Camps

As Canada’s largest boarding school with an illustrious 100-year history, Shawnigan Lake School and its staff are no strangers to providing a leading-edge educational experience to students from all over the world. In addition to our regular academic and co-curricular programming, we are also proud to run our own athletic and academic summer camps. Run as boarding camps with some day attendance options, our current offerings include the Shawnigan Lake School Rugby Camp, Shawnigan Lake School Squash Camp and Shawnigan Lake School Academic Summer Programs. Using the first-class facilities available on our beautiful 270 acre lakeside campus, all camps are administered and run by our own experienced staff with professional coaches and leaders on-hand to provide an enriching, first-class experience for your child.

Squash Camp 2022

Join Mike Johnson coach to 3 World champions and his team of international players and coaches for a spectacular summer squash camp.
Camp includes:
  • Staying in one of the prestigious boarding houses on the school’s campus.
  • 3 meals a day including in house snacks.
  • evening entertainment.
  • 4 coaches supervising and on campus at all times, staying in the same residential house as the group.
  • 4 squash courts.
  • 5 coaches: Colin Whiney, Thomas Brinkman, Mike Johnson, Vicky Lust, Tristan Eysele.
  • Each day the players are assessed for their standard and ability, fitness and recovery.
Arrival on campus, Sunday, July 3rd, starting at 3pm.  Squash will start in the evening at 6pm.  Finish on Friday, July 8th at 2pm.
Included is pick up and return from ferries and airport.

$1,350 per participant taxes not included.

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External Programs at Shawnigan

Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts

Shawnigan Lake School is excited to partner with the Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts, better known as MISSA, for their 2022 Summer Program. From July 29 to August 12, artists from around the world will be welcomed to the Shawnigan campus for MISSA’s program, which boasts over 35 workshops in a wide range of disciplines led by instructors from across Canada and the US.

To learn more about MISSA or to register for a workshop, visit
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