Outdoor Education

  • Outdoor Education I

    Prerequisite: Health/Physical Education, junior or senior status

    In this experiential course, students participate in a variety of activities including: outdoor cooking, rappelling, orienteering, kayaking/canoeing, adventure trip planning, and initiative games. Through these experiences, students gain self-confidence and learn how to trust, cooperate, and communicate more effectively. Field experience will be optional with space limitations considered.


    Outdoor Education II

    Prerequisite: Outdoor Education, senior status

    Outdoor Education I activities will be enhanced in level II. Additional activities may include an extensive snowshoe project, advanced kayaking, fly fishing, and backcountry trip planning. Students will leave campus for various activities including a conservation project focused on the Mountains-to-Sea Trail. Optional overnight and day trips involving backpacking, kayaking, fly fishing or caving will be offered with space limitations considered.