Summer Programs

OneUP Summer Programs 2022

OneUP is pleased to introduce the summer programs for 2022! 

Dates have been updated as of March 9, 2022 – 10:13 a.m. ET

Big Picture Seminar

for grade 9 students

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The Big Picture Seminar helps students entering Grade 9 to acquire a broad vision of the importance of their education. The program touches on subjects such as studies, extracurricular activities, career and university planning, character formation, and leadership. This is combined with sports, white water rafting, and other recreational activities.

We are excited to introduce a new BPS option that will be based in Ernescliff. This will be offered alongside the original BPS experience in Quebec City.

Dates:
BPS 1 (Toronto): June 27 – July 1
BPS 2 (Quebec City): July 2-9
BPS 3 (Quebec City): Aug 2-9

Cost: 
Toronto – $350
Quebec City – 
$500

Quebec City Citizen Project

for grade 10 students

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The projects involve: help with household and maintenance work at homes for people with intellectual disabilities, the elderly, soup kitchens for the homeless, and clothing and food banks for the underprivileged.

Students of both English and French speaking backgrounds are invited to participate, as the activities will be run in a bilingual setting. The project will also include visits to cultural and historical sites in Quebec City.

Dates:
July 12-16

Cost:
$250

Manitoba Service Project

for grade 11– 12 students

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The projects involves helping out at the Catholic parish in Berens River, Manitoba. Located on the east side of Lake Winnipeg, participants will help with repairs and construction work around the parish buildings, as well as tutoring local in English, mathematics, and catechism.

Dates:
August 12-20

Cost:
$400 + Airfare

Mexico International Service Project

for grade 11-12 students

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This project is organized in close collaboration with local organizations in Mexico. The participants give time and energy by helping indigenous communities with various infrastructure projects, such as building septic tanks, community halls, and chapels, and by teaching children basic English, Mathematics, and Catechism.

This project takes place at Montelfalco, a conference centre in Jonacatepec, in the state of Morelos.

Dates:
July 23-31

Cost:
$400 + Airfare