What to bring?
General Clothing and necessities
- T-Shirts/Tank tops
- Long sleeve shirts/sweatshirts/sweaters or light jacket (For cold night)
- Running shoes and/or comfortable walking shoes/sandals.
- Beach towel
- Raincoat (optional or light jacket)
- Bathing suit (Optional for beach day or wonderland trip)
- Towels (at least one – the residence will provide each person with towels but it’s changed once per week)
- Face cloth
- Soap & shampoo
- Toothbrush & toothpaste
- Hair brush & dryer (if needed)
- Personal items (e.g. deodorant)
- Sandals/flip flops for residence
- Knapsack/school bag
- Pen & notebook note-taking
For Self-Interest and/or personal necessity:
- Prescribed medication and/or allergy medication
- Doctor’s contact information (for those taking prescribed medication)
- Contact information for parents (in case of emergencies. e.g parent’s work or cell phone numbers)
- Mailing address for friends/family (if they want to send postcards from Toronto)
- Pocket money
DO’S & DON’TS
- Bring your swimsuit, sunscreen, flip flops and running shoes
- Pack medications
- Label your clothing as losing your clothes is no fun
- Do follow the rules so everyone is safe 🙂
- Don’t over pack
- Don’t bring valuables that are not necessary
- Don’t forget that SOL Camps is a safe and fun place 🙂
Food Restrictions? No Problem! We can accommodate all requests. Just give us as much notice as possible.
HOW OUR ENGLISH ASSESSMENT WORKS?
When students arrive to Sol Camps, their orientation schedule will include a period for testing. Students will be required to write an exam comprised of two parts: (1) Reading and Writing (2) Speaking and Listening.
Our academic team will take these scores and place students in their respective level.
Our online English test is a great resource where students can also assess their English skills to get an idea of their estimated level.
We also encourage students to take our “where to?” quiz to find out which Sol Camps is the best fit for them.
Please note that our “online English test” and our “Where to? Quiz” are suggested for reference only.
(city fun facts)
- The CN Tower’s glass floor can withstand the weight of 35 Moose
- Yonge Street is the longest street in the world!
- Half of Toronto’s population was born outside of Canada
- Miami is the only city in the US founded by a woman
- Miami is home to the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world!
- There are 16 different beaches in Miami
- Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum is the oldest museum in the world – established in 1683
- The Great Hall at Christ Church was the inspiration for the Hogwart’s dining hall in Harry Potter
- Oxford was once the capital of England during the English Civil War in 1642
- Vancouver is home to Canada’s longest pool
- Vancouver is known as “Hollywood North” due to how many American films and tv shows are produced here!
- Vancouver’s Stanley Park is 10% larger than Central Park in NYC
- New York City became the first capital of the United States in 1789.
- New York City is the largest city in the USA
- Over 800 languages/dialects are spoken in New York City