Nova Scotia has a mild climate compared to many regions in Canada. Halifax is situated on the Atlantic Coast of Nova Scotia and this keep the weather quite temperate.
March – June. Approximate Daytime Temperature 10 – 15 degree Celsius (50-59F)
As the snow thaws, Nova Scotia comes to life. Student activities may include visiting a Maple Sugar Camp, Curling, Paintball, Nature Hiking, Pancake Supper, Tours or an overnight Cowboy Adventure!
June – Sept. Approximate daytime temperature 25-30 degree Celsius (68-77F)
Sunny summer is a great time to enjoy the great outdoors. There are many activities to enjoy during the warmer weather. Activities may include Tidal Bore River Rafting, Deep Sea Fishing, Sand Castle Festival, Hiking, Swimming, Beachcombing, Sea Kayaking, Horseback Riding, Golfing, Prince Edward Island trip, Kayaking, Clam Digging or any number of unique outdoor activities that Nova Scotia has to offer.
Sept. – Nov. Approximate daytime temperature 10-15 degrees Celsius (50-59F)
Nova Scotia is renowned for the beautiful trees with their leaves coloured red, gold, orange and green throughout the countryside. Fall activities include Pumpkin Carving, visiting a Haunted Corn Maze, Trip to Cape Breton Island, Annapolis Valley Apple Picking or Hiking at Cape Split.
Dec. – March. Approximate daytime temperature minus 1-10 degrees Celsius (14-30F)
Nova Scotia is a winter wonderland! Many of our students have never experienced a cold winter before. The first time it snows students rush out of class to the street to welcome Jack Frost with open arms. You will have a winter like no other with outings that may include Snow Skiing, Tobogganing, Ice Skating, Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing or Snow Tubing!