#summercamp #edchat National Circus School Montreal: too late now but to be considered for next year

Summer Camp

The 9-12 Camp: July 16 to 21, 2012

The 13-17 Camp: July 23 to August 3, 2012


This summer program in the form of a one or two-week intensive summer camp allows young people ages 9 to 12 or 13 to 17 to experience professional training in circus arts. During their stay, participants receive a solid grounding in the demands of the various disciplines, and begin to learn effective training and personal motivation skills.

Candidate Profile

The ideal candidate wishes to undertake an intensive session in circus arts training. He or she may already be enrolled in a preparatory program in circus arts or may simply wish to gain experience.

  • The candidate demonstrates proficiency in the circus arts, dance, a martial art or acrobatic sport with an artistic component, such as artistic or rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline, diving, figure skating, etc.
  • The candidate has a functional knowledge of either the French or English languages.


Program Content and Organisation 
Activities are scheduled 5 days a week, 6 hours per day, and represent a balance between learning physical techniques such as physical conditioning, flexibility, acrobatics, trampoline and “powertrack” with receiving an introduction to such circus arts as aerials, manipulation and balancing. Creative and acting workshops are among the many diverse activities that complement the training participants receive, culminating in performing before an audience.

Summer camp attendees may select from two options.

  • Option 1 – Day Camp from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.*
  • Option 2 Camp 24h/24 The participants are housed in the School’s residences (in rooms housing 2 to 4 students). This option also includes meals served in the NCS cafeteria. A professional coordinator assumes responsibility for participants 24/24, from overseeing activities to night-time supervision.

* The 9-12 Day Camp is ending at noon on July 16.


Admission Requirements

  • Excellent health
  • Completed Admission Form for Summer Camp – Initiation to Professional Training and Questionnaire
  • Spaces for this program are limited. The School reserves the right to select candidates
  • Send Admission documents no later than March 23, 2012.

* Payment of Admission Fees must be made upon reception of the registration contract stipulating that the participant has been admitted to the summer camp.


9-12 CAMP (July 16 to 21, 2012) Canadians Foreigners
Option 1 Day CampWithout meals
Including meals
Option 2 Camp 24h/24

$665.00 $880.00
13-17 CAMP (July 23 to August 3, 2012) Canadians Foreigners
Option 1 Day CampWithout meals
Including meals
Option 2 Camp 24h/24

$1235.00 $1530.00

*Fees are subject to change

Documents to enclose with entrance application

Send Admission Documents no later than March 23, 2012 to:
National Circus School
8181 2nd Avenue
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H1Z 4N9


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