4th Graders explore, test and learn about our local watersheds.
Our Mountain Bike team headed south to Mammoth Lakes, CA for the High Sierra Showdown last weekend. The third of the four-race series in the newly formed Nevada Interscholastic Cycling League.
We took the physics of sailing and combined team building skills to create one math learning expedition that none of us will forget.
“A private school in northern California uses technology to create bespoke paths for students and rugged trips – like camping in the winter snow — to teach independence…”
So, these next few weeks of September if you and your family would like to join in the sailing experience contact Eric Martin at email@example.com and he can get you set up with either a group or custom sailing opportunities.
The 1st Grade Crew made it to a very special place, the Sierra Agroecology Center in Truckee. Here we learned about plants, vegetables, different ways foods can grow, the process from seeds to flower to fruit, and about all the special helpers like bugs and insects who help the process along.
In late August our mountain bike team competed in the first ever Nevada Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA). Nevada Interscholastic Cycling Association, aka NICA, governs and organizes High School and Middle School mountain bike races in Nevada and the Tahoe Basin.
The First Deep Dive of the Semester kicked off this week with a visit to the Donner Summit Petroglyphs site
This year we kicked off high school with some awesome rock climbing out at Donner Summit.
On the first day of school this year, we took our students to the edge of a cliff, literally, to expedite this transition, like it or not. We set up a rock climbing experience called a Tyrolean Traverse that forced students to face their anticipation, excitement and anxiety as they traversed back into day one […]
Students experience the lasting legacy of the American Dream, both positive and negative