We invite you to explore this lineup of in-person, virtual, and self-directed outdoor activities for students of all ages—including photography, bird watching, and nature projects. For the virtual programs, leaders will meet with interested students on Zoom to explain the activity, and then students will venture outside to work on it themselves.
Learning outdoors is a hands-on way to study geology, history, geography, anthropology, natural history, and to steward the environment. Much of what CA students learn outdoors translates into the classroom and helps students succeed in all aspects of life.
Any questions? Contact Forbes Cone, Director of Experiential Education, 303-986-1501, x. 2670.
We will add new activities throughout the year.
Note: All activities are free. There are limited spots for in-person activities. Please use the link on the form below to register.