Secondary (9th – 12th Grade)

You spoke and we listened… “provide us with exciting, hands-on learning experiences for our high school students”.

We understand that it is sometimes difficult to schedule field trips for your high school students given their busy class schedules. We’ve perfected classes and offer all kinds of delivery options for grades 9 through 12. The classes blend seamlessly with students’ schedules and meet Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for Education.

Looking for a partner to bring the natural sciences to life for your high school students?

Look no further…we are your go-to resource for connecting students with science and nature. Each year, we educate over 27,000 school children from the metropolitan Milwaukee area – many from grades 9 through 12.

Regarding our program, a visiting high school teacher said it best:

“Everything in the program related extremely well to our current curriculum. This experience was incredibly important for my students to develop an appreciation for our environment.”

~West Allis Central High School

Serving Grades Nine through Twelve

We offer a variety of environmental learning opportunities for your students. Our programs cover an array of unique topics including:

  • Birds of Prey
  • Geocaching
  • Pond Life & Exploration
  • Astronomy
  • Lake Michigan
  • Snowshoeing

Check out our brochures for full listings and descriptions of our courses.

Registration

To register online for a class, please complete the registration form and your registration will be submitted to our Registrar. If you have questions regarding our programs or the registration process, please contact the Registrar at 414.352.2880 x224

Can’t come to us? We’ll come to your school or we’ll meet you at another natural area!

We know how tight class schedules are and we also recognize that you and your students have an interest in exploring other Wisconsin natural areas. Let us deliver a program at your school or structure an educational, guided, professional tour of another natural area such as:

  • Devil’s Lake State Park
  • Cedarburg Bog & Forest
  • Horicon Marsh
  • Southern or Northern Kettle Moraine State Forest

The opportunities are nearly limitless and encompass hiking, snowshoeing, and/or canoeing activities, along with natural science education in ecology, geology and more.

Don’t see exactly what you are looking for?

Call us and we will work with you to customize a class, outing or extended natural science program throughout the school year.

We are actively seeking yearly partnerships with teachers and schools. Please contact Secondary Education Manager Jim Hyatt to arrange a program to meet your needs.

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