This high school in the USA is located on a 320-acre historic ranch, at the confluence of two rivers and the base of Mount Sopris, providing not only an outdoor learning laboratory but also an outdoor adventure. The curriculum is a great mix of traditional college-prep academics and project-based learning and teaching excellence. The students learn by doing and can experience the outdoor adventure through trips, mountain sports, and service-learning programs. The program also includes unrivaled art offerings and a school passion for music production and performance.
Community Service, Computer Club, Diversity Club, Dorm Proctors, Drama Club, Environmental Club, Food Council, Gardening, Honor Council, International Clubs, Outing Club, Peer Tutoring, Photography, Student Government, Student Publications, Yearbook, Social Justice League, Movie Club, Policy Panel, Admission Team, Diversity Committee, Wilderness Assistants, Trip Assistants.
Colorado College, Cornell University, Lewis and Clark College, Middlebury, University of Colorado, Boulder, University of Denver, University of Puget Sound, Whitman College.
Housing and Dorms
The school offers on-campus housing in a welcoming environment. Teachers and their families also live on campus providing 24h care for the students. There are 7 dorms, and the average number of students per dorm is 16. Three dorms are for girls, and four for boys. The dorm amenities: Laundry Facilities, Wireless Internet, Full kitchen facilities, Intentionally designed common gathering spaces. The dress code is casual.
All host families are located within less than 1 hour from school campus.