At Helena College, each year of the camps programme builds on the academic and personal growth of the student. The underlying focus is developing independence, self-awareness, resilience and teamwork. Almost all camps are fully catered and in dorm style accommodation, with the exception of expedition hikes at the end of Year 9 and in Year 10.
|Pre-primary||Sleepover||Helena House Hall, Darlington Campus|
|Year 1||Overnight||Point Peron Camp School, Rockingham|
|Year 2||Overnight||Fairbridge Village, Pinjarra|
|Year 3||2 days||Bickley Outdoor Recreation Camp, Bickley|
|Year 4||3 days||Woodman Point Recreation Camp, Munster|
|Year 5||4 days||Ern Halliday, Hillarys|
Glen Forrest Campus
|The first camp in High School takes place a few weeks into Term One and consolidates relationship building|
|Year 6||3 days||Woodman Point Recreation Camp, Munster|
|Year 7||3 days||Woodman Point Recreation Camp, Munster|
|Year 8||5 days||Camp Quaranup, Albany|
|Year 9||5 days||Nanga Bush Camp, Dwellingup|
(Outdoor Education Training Expedition)
|3 days||Lane Poole Reserve, Dwellingup|
|Year 10||5 days||Duke of Edinburgh Expedition - Kalbarri or Cape to Cape|
|Year 11||5 days||Wharncliffe Mill, Margaret River|
|Year 12||3 Days||Kingston Barracks, Rottnest Island|
Helena College also facilitates a range of other high school camps that enhance personal and academic growth. These include the Politics and Law trip to Canberra, Years 11-12 Outdoor Education expeditions, overseas language and cultural trips, an annual ski trip and a music camp.
There are also camps run through World Challenge, an independent organisation that provides scaffolded learning experiences for students to plan and fundraise for expedition and community service trips overseas. Previously Helena students have been to Nepal with World Challenge trips and at the end of 2016, we will have students travelling to Tanzania and Cambodia/Vietnam.