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Building Leaders Building the Future


Two-Week Sessions

  • Session 1 –  Monday, July 8th to Friday, July 19th, 2024

  • Session 2 – Monday, July 22nd to Friday, August 2nd, 2024

  • Session 3 – Monday, August 5th to Friday, August 16th, 2024


One-Week Session

  • Extreme Team Adventure Week – Monday, August 5th to Friday, August 9th, 2024 – Mt. Nemo Scout Camp - The Adventure Camp Program involves outdoor education: building campfires, hiking, shelter building, fishing.


The fee for the two-week session is $525.00. This covers the cost of two weeks of camp and  an

Extreme Team t-shirt and two e-books. The one-week session is $250.00, which includes an

Extreme Team t-shirt and two e-books..











Our Extreme Team Program is designed for campers 13 to 15. We have an Extreme Team instructor who implements the  leadership course and manages the program. Campers who register for the Extreme Team Program will be involved in a two-week camp program with designed activities and experiences for this age group.

Campers can register for multiple two-week sessions. The content of the program will change each year, so if your child has been involved previously, they will gain additional leadership techniques.

A Group Lead Opportunity


Before a teacher becomes a teacher, they must gain experience as a student teacher in a classroom. We offer a similar opportunity. We allow a few fifteen-year-old members their own group during a camp week. This is not a paid position but can lead to one. We choose Extreme Team members who we would consider for a position on our staff for the following summer. This gives them an opportunity to gain valuable group management skills and allows us to see them in action.

Camp Kahuna Sleep-Away Camp

If an Extreme Team member is 14 or 15 years of age, have graduated from the Extreme Team Program, can qualify to registered for our sleep away camp, and will be placed in an Extreme Team role. 


Extreme Team members who have graduated from the Extreme Team Program and are 14 or 15 years of age may volunteer at any after-school or P.D. Day camps and receive additional volunteer hours. Their fees are waived for these events.

Role Description - We will give you the experience you need

  • Game organization, group management and teaching opportunities

  • Evening supervision at our sleep-away camps

  • Meal supervision at our sleep-away camps

  • Assistant senior staff with campers

  • Participate in camp activities and events

Benefits - Develop character, confidence and courage

  • Additional volunteer hours 

  • Skill development 

  • This is an excellent opportunity for candidates interested in becoming teachers, therapists, social workers or child and youth workers 

  • Candidates receive a letter of reference with their volunteer hours

  • You will be part of an incredible team.

The Program

Our leadership programs are designed to draw out the best in each Extreme Team member and to help them recognize that every person has something positive to offer.

Extreme Team members arrive at camp at 7:50 a.m. They spend from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. each morning involved in team-building activities and learning leadership techniques. From 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. they work with campers along side one of our senior staff members. They fully emerged in the camp program. We make learning fun!

They are led by our Senior Staff, caring mentors and role models that can guide Extreme Team members to strive to be their best, gain confidence, and encourage others to be the best they can be. Good leadership is ultimately about asking: what can I do to help myself and the world around me?

Our Extreme Team LIT Program will build confidence and motivate members to gain the hard skills and discipline needed to become effective leaders/camp counsellors.



  • Improve confidence, LEARN and grow in a leadership capacity, time-management and communication skills.

  • Develop strategies to overcome obstacles and solve problems.

  • Understand group dynamics, leadership styles, and people's roles within a group. 

  • Obtain skills, knowledge, and experience to become leaders of the future.

  • Recognize that a caring community also means caring and serving others.

  • Earn volunteer hours to obtain credit for your OSSD.


Topics include:

  • How to present your best self: Building a Great Personal Brand

  • Building the Characteristics of a Leader

  • Group management

  • Understanding how to work with challenging behaviour

  • Designing a unique camp program

  • Developing a campfire program

  • How to teach and lead a game 

  • Self Advocacy

  • Building Resilience: Living outside your comfort zone.

  • Understanding the benefits of hard work.                                                                                                                                 

Leadership E-book

Extreme Team members will be provided with resources that will help them with group management and program development. We look forward to the opportunity to help your child grow their leadership skills.

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