TEA Student Council is hosting an online fundraiser for our holiday service project this season that will go towards the recovery efforts of the Camp Fire.
Thank you to the Martis Valley Education Foundation (MVEF) for creating this incredible field for the community to use.
A new Early Childhood Education (ECE) Center is coming to Tahoe Expedition Academy this year. The building is coming along nicely with the foundation set and walls going up!
The TEA community put together an amazing race and games area bringing early Halloween cheer to all. There were a dozen heats of racer pumpkins, plus a dozen carnival-style games and interactive projects in the activity village. More than 60 pumpkins duked it out for supremacy and bragging rights, not to mention $500!!
This past week the Middle and High School students had their Student Body Elections for the first time ever in the new building. It was exciting to see our students fill the new space and share their vision for the school. Meet the students and learn more about what they each hope to accomplish this year.
How do populations and invasive/native species impact an environment or ecosystem? How do organizations impact an environment or ecosystem? These were the questions a group of TEA Middle School Students were challenged to answer as they set off for a 5-day learning intensive to Santa Cruz Island in California’s Channel Island National Park.
The crew spent three days and two nights backpacking in South Lake in the Freel Peak area, high above beautiful Lake Tahoe.
Getting out of the classroom and into the field is a key component to our programs at TEA. From collecting water samples in Martis Valley to birding in the Lower Carpenter Valley this past week, our teachers wasted no time in taking our Middle and High School students into the field to engage with real-world science projects.
This fall, train like a collegiate athlete with former collegiate, professional and international
lacrosse players, Taylor Simmers and Eric Martin @ the TNT Lacrosse Skills Clinic Series.
We invite you to meet these graduates and a few of our faculty in this video recap. We did our best to condense the 2.5-hour ceremony down to 6 minutes.
Learn to blacksmith from resident expert smith, Loren Trux. Loren, a professional educator at Tahoe Expedition Academy, teaches blacksmithing and archery at Primitive Skills Camps, he’s also lead Adult Blacksmithing workshops in the past.