Download the Youth Sample Itinerary (Morning Class Only) (PDF).
Download the Youth Sample Itinerary (Morning and Afternoon Class) (PDF).
When students are not attending class, they participate in activities that provide an introduction to Canada’s distinct culture and way of life. The itinerary offers a full range of afternoon activities, evening events, and weekend trips that allow students to explore Toronto while improving their conversational English and making new friends from around the world. Cultural activities are led by enthusiastic Canadian university students who act as guides and ensure the safety of all students.
Afternoon Activities, which are offered to students registered only in morning courses, include visits to historic and cultural sites mixed with opportunities to participate in a variety of sporting activities and shop in the city’s trendiest districts.
Students in afternoon activities will also be part of a Club during the program. For more information about Clubs, please see: Afternoon Clubs
Evening Activities offer students the opportunity to visit many of Toronto’s most popular destinations including the Rogers Centre for a professional baseball game, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Toronto Harbourfront, and North America’s tallest freestanding structure – the CN Tower. Students also enjoy interactive events such as Disco Bowling, Talent Night, and a boat cruise on Lake Ontario.
Weekend Trips allow students to relax and enjoy Canada’s culture and geography with trips to Toronto’s Centre Island, Canada’s Wonderland – one of North America’s premier amusement parks, and an unforgettable boat ride to the base of Niagara Falls.