The International School of Port of Spain (ISPS) Summer Camp offers three weeks of a fun-filled, structured and safe vacation experience to the children from ages 4 to 12 years old.
The programs incorporate four general themes: Academics, Arts & Culture, Science & Technology and Sports. Area specialists and counselors instruct in each theme.
The Camp is under the auspices of the Elementary School (ES) of the International School of Port of Spain. The ES Principal also functions as the Camp Director. The Director leads a team of Counselors, who are selected from the school’s faculty, students, graduates and external sources.
Registration opens from April of every year and continues until the last week of camp. It is recommended that registration forms are completed and submitted early to guarantee a space and t-shirt in the camp. Download the Registration Form for Summer Camp or Summer School, fill it out and email to firstname.lastname@example.org This ensures that the information is entered in the Camp database. When making payments, print out the completed form and sign the field trip permission slip. When printing the form, use two-sided printing or reuse paper that has already been printed on one-side. This help to conserve paper and in turn conserve the environment.
Each week of Summer Camp costs TT$800.00 / US$132.00
A non-refundable deposit of TT$250.00 / US$41.00 is required to reserve space in the program. This deposit is part of the enrolment fee which goes towards the program cost.
Each week of Summer School costs TT$1100.00 / US$118.00 . In addition, any student who wishes to enroll in the Summer Camp, pays an extra TT$500.00 / US$74.00 per week. This is part of the enrollment fee. The Day rate is: TT$300.00 / US$44.00
All fees must be paid in full before the child begins camp.
1. Cash is the preferred payment option. Trinidad and Tobago (TT) currency is the preferred currency; however, United States (US) currency is accepted.
2. Linx (Debit Card). Credit cards are not accepted .
3. TT or US Dollar Cheques made out to the International School of Port of Spain are also accepted.
The Camp has field trips on Fridays to different parts of Trinidad and Tobago. The field trips are selected for cultural, educational, entertainment, historical or physical value. Brand new and exciting field trips are in store for this year. More information is released closer to the field trip in camp newsletter.