Young people from all beliefs and backgrounds have been taking part in a US-style summer camp.
Camp Camilla at Lagan College welcomed more than 200 pupils.
The idea grew out of the vision and dedication of a small group of people in both Texas and Northern Ireland.
The week-long event aims to build an environment where young people will broaden their experiences and grow in confidence.
It is hoped that this will help them on their journey towards becoming future leaders.
Open to young people ages 10-14, it provides for participants to explore and advance in sports, both visual and performance arts, science and technology.
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