Outdoor programs at high schools in Canada structure education around a program of outdoor activities such as hiking, boating, rock climbing, cycle touring, skiing and camping. Students are given the opportunity to learn in a non-traditional environment while developing personal and interpersonal skills, facing challenges and experiencing Canada's natural beauty. Issues of environmental sustainability and conservation, as well as personal health and fitness, are often central components of Canadian high school outdoor programs.
Featured Schools with High School Outdoor Programs
Sheldon-Williams Collegiate Regina Public Schools Regina, Saskatchewan Sheldon-Williams Collegiate has a long standing tradition in academics, arts and athletics. Sheldon-Williams is a grade 9-12 public secondary school ...
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