• Environment Explore current environmental issues. Reduce your own environmental impact. Learn how the planet works.

  • Make a Difference Teach Earthkeepers to Grade 5 students. Develop your leadership Skills. Make positive changes in your life.

  • Group Skills Meet new friends. Build a supportive community. Learn how to resolve conflicts successfully.

  • Get Outside Hike, climb, canoe, and snowshoe. Enjoy a daily outdoor classroom. Learn campsite cooking skills.

  • Academics Earn four credits towards a high school diploma. Gain academic knowledge that feels real and important.


Information Night/Open House

Wednesday, March 22, 2017


Tours of the building and property will start at 6:30 PM, and the formal presentations will begin at 7:00 PM, running for about 45 minutes. After that, there is a chance to ask follow-up questions to staff and student alumni.

We are located at Camp Sidrabene (5100 Appleby Line, Burlington).


We are Accepting Applications for 2017/2018!

 To apply to BCP, please click on the link below:

How To Apply


Want a BCP Branded Nalgene? $15

Nalgene Google Request Form   Just click on this link and you can customize your order. Click here to see a photo of these water bottles at our site. 


What is the Bronte Creek Project (BCP)?

The Bronte Creek Project is a one semester, four-credit, community environmental leadership program for grade 11 and 12 students in the Halton District School Board.


“Bronte Creek has changed my life for the better in so many ways. You form an unbreakable bond with your classmates and teachers. The camp feels like a home, and your class, a community.”  
– Kayleigh


“Every day at BCP I feel alive, engaged and ready to learn. It is a very refreshing change, and my marks have never been higher. ”  
– Sarah


Thank you Halton Learning Foundation!

The staff and students of our program would like to extend a huge thank you for the learning grant supplied by the Halton Learning Foundation. The money was well used to enable our current and future students to excel on their Spring Canoe Trip  through Algonquin Park. Grants like these help to improve student learning by purchasing compasses, advanced rope and Mosquito netting.


Attention Alumni!

Please visit the BCP Facebook page to connect with friends and for important information about upcoming events!

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Funding provided by the Halton District School Board, the Halton Learning Foundation and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.

Halton District School Board Gary Allan High School

The Bronte Creek Project is a Gary Allan High School program in the Halton District School Board.