Outdoor Education

Our Philosophy:

Because we do not have a traditional physical education program, many students receive P. E. credit through our outdoor program. With our outdoor program, we offer more credit to students in need.

Our students' previous experiences in school have left them disillusioned with school, doubting their self-worth and distrusting adults. Through our outdoor education program, we provide students with unique opportunities and experiences in which their self-confidence and teamwork skills are enhanced.

In our outdoor program, students will gain insight into their own lives as well as compassion for others. These courses force students to challenge themselves in different ways. Students will be exposed to situations in which thier previous boundaries of fitness, communication, and trust are stretched. Our outdoor education program is the heart of our school serving a crucial role.

Mission: Wolf

One of our Outdoor Education trips that is a little closer to home is the Mission: Wolf experience. You can watch the video for more information about this opportunity, or visit https://missionwolf.org/day-visits/ to schedule your own visit!



  • 2023-24 Urban Ventures: November 19-21

Urban Adventure trip is 3 days of exploring the Denver area. We will be visiting the Denver Art Museum, River North Art District, Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum of Nature and Science, Union Station, Magnus Arena, Food Bank of the Rockies, and the Denver Botanical Gardens. Students will earn 1/4 credit and 3 hours of community service toward graduation on 11/18, 11/19, and 11/20.


Below are various forms and documents that your student might need to use to go on a trip.

Click the underlined word to view, download, or print these PDFs.