Activities for Students
Art of Hospitality Club
This Club, for girls aged 13 to 17, offers hospitality and cultural activities geared to fostering spirit of service, doing one's work well, and true friendship. Activities include cooking, baking, sewing, laundry, and monthly visits to the Seniors.
A major activity in the past has been participating in an annual competition in Boston. Since 2006, our AOH club has represented Canada and come back with gold, silver and bronze medals in various competitions. Since last year, competitions are held in Canada.
For more information about the AOH club or to register, download the registration form.
Little Miss Club
A club for girls aged 9 to 12 wishing to develop their character and make lasting friendships through fun activities such as arts and crafts, baking,cooking , drama, movies and talks on virtues. Please note that this club does not take place at Lyncroft.
Venue: 11 Laver Road, Etobicoke, ON
Dates: Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month.
Time: 1:00 to 3:30pm
At Chipnee, we aim to create an atmosphere of fun and excitement where campers can develop new interests, practice a spirit of service, work as a team, explore nature, and make lasting friendships. We offer activities such as hiking, swimming, canoeing, scavenger hunts, arts and crafts, drama, hands-on cooking classes, campfires and more.
Dates: June 30-July 4, 2020 (June 28-July 4 for staff)
Location: Port Burwell, Ontario
Please note that all new staff is require to attend the Leadership Training Weekend May 20-22, 2020.
Annual Student Conference
On February 2, 2019 Lyncroft held a conference in downtown Toronto developing the theme: The Transformative Power of Work. The morning talks featured Lisa Matarea, Director of Human Resources at the Ritz-Carlton Toronto. After lunch, participants were able to choose hands-on sessions on baking, fashion, and bedroom organization.
Save the date for The Power of Home Student Conference: Saturday February 1, 2020. Our theme will be Homemade Success. We will explore life skills that can be practiced at home and which have the power to impact personal and professional success.
Enriching Generations Volunteer Program
This volunteer program is for high school and university students who wish to make one-on-one friendly visits to seniors.
Volunteering takes place at several senior's homes: Toronto's Castleview Wychwood Towers (35 Christie Street), Cedarvale Terrace (429 Walmer Rd) and Vermont Square (914 Bathurst St.). All locations are close to a subway station. Time of visits are flexible to fit your schedule.
Contact us if you would like to join the program.
Be a part of the generation that is enriching and the generation being enriched!
Cultural and Spiritual Activities
We organize a variety of activities to help girls expand their horizons and find opportunities to give back to the community.
From anthropology classes to cultural evenings with guest speakers, we try to give girls the tools they need to navigate through life challenges and be the best they can be.
Some of the spiritual activities offered are: meditations, classes about the Catholic Faith, and days of recollection. These activities are entrusted to Opus Dei, a Personal Prelature of the Catholic Church which aims to help people seek holiness in study and daily work and through family and social commitments.