The Faculty of Physical Education and Health offers many exciting programs for children and families at U of T. These programs fall into three categories: Junior Blues (swimming) instruction and recreation; community service programs; and the popular Camp U of T program. Drop-in programs, such as family gym, skating, squash and swimming are also available. Children of U of T students receive a 15% discount off the regular community fee. The University of Toronto student must be the main contact for the family account for children to receive this fee. This discount is for full-time and part-time students. Please call the call the Main Office at 416-978-3436 for more information.
Junior Blues is piloting an exciting program this fall called Igniting Fitness Possibilities. If you know a youth who is currently not engaged in organized sports or if you know a youth with a physical disability who might be interested in the program please pass this information on to them or encourage them to apply.
Igniting Fitness Possibilities (IFP) is designed to encourage a passion for physical activity in youth of all abilities. Youth will develop new activity skills, lead co-operative games and receive personalized mentorship to help them achieve their goals. Sign up with a friend and have some fun with us! This program is for youth in grades 9 to 12 with and without a physical disability who are not involved in organized sports programs. IFP is offered in partnership with Holland Bloorview and researchers from the Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education (KPE) at the Athletic Centre
Wednesdays, September 21 - February 1, 4:30 - 6:00 pm
Field House, Athletic Centre, U of T, 55 Harbord St.,
$50 for all 16 weeks + some funding for community programming January - April
How to register:
You can register directly online at the online registration system, search for barcode 42723
Questions? Review the FAQs