Lakes Entrance Secondary College offers a range of camps.
Year 7 Camp
The Year 7 camp is a three day camp to camp Coonawarra, on the fringes of the Mitchel River National Park. Students will undertake a variety of outdoor activities including canoeing, archery and high ropes courses. These adventure activities allows students to get to know not only each other in an informal setting but their teachers as well.
Year 8 Camp
The Year 8 Camp is a five day camp to Canberra. This camp gives students the opportunity to participate in activities that explain how the various arms of the Government function in doing so they will gain a greater understanding of the relationship between the political and legal systems. Whilst on camp students will have a hands on opportunity to look at many aspects of the Year 8 Science curriculum, including physics, forces, light and sound. This camp is considered part of the Humanities - Civics and Citizenship and the Science curriculums, it is a requirement that all students attend.
Year 9 Camp
The Year 9 camp is a four day cultural trip to Melbourne. Students can expect to participate in a graffiti workshop and a Melbourne lane-way tour, and see the theatrical production of ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’. In addition to these activities students can also expect to participate in a visit to the Jump & Climb, Ice skating, Riding the Melbourne Star, Bowling, Laser Tag, Eureka Sky Deck and Melbourne Museum.
Year 10 Camp
In Year 10 students are offered the opportunity to participate in a trip to Phillip Island for a full week. Students will participate in a variety of activities including surfing, snorkelling, seeing the penguins, seals and koalas, visiting Phillip Island Racetrack for a tour and some go carting and finally a boat tour.
Year 11 Camp
Year 11 students undertake a three day trip to Melbourne to visit a variety of further education options. Students are given private tours of a range of Melbourne universities and TAFE's, giving them the opportunity to speak with staff and students. Students will be informed of pathway options, scholarships available and accommodation offered by the various institutes. Students may also participate in evening activities such as Ice Skating, Melbourne Star and cinema.
The Music Program also run a number of camps throughout the year, these include:
Junior Band Camp
Senior Band Tour
Intermediate Band Camp
Merimbula Jazz Festival