WOLF School Science, History & Teambuilding Programs


Join us at the Web of Life Field SchoolOur outdoor education programs help teachers and students explore science, history and teambuilding outside of the classroom. Students live and learn at our beautiful outdoor campuses throughout Northern California, gaining academic content knowledge and life skills through exploration, cooperating to solve real world challenges, discovering new facts about plants and animals, and taking steps to become empowered citizens. Our K-12 grade state standards-based programs address current topics in STEM education, are aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and support core classroom curriculum.  

Each of our programs—Outdoor Science School/Science Camp, California Living History, WOLF PACC Teambuilding and Design Your Own Adventure—are aligned with grade level standards and the individual school’s curriculum requirements. Our goal is for students to discover, discuss, learn, grow, have fun and become lifelong stewards of their environment.  

With campuses near Yosemite, Sonoma, and Santa Cruz, and a wide diversity of activities—from our Salamander Science Study in the redwoods, our low/high ropes challenge courses, exploring Yosemite Valley, to tidepooling in Santa Cruz—there are endless possibilities of discovery and adventure for all ages at WOLF School!  We invite you to explore our programs for teachers and students, and to check out our family camping and summer camp programs.  

We look forward to seeing you out on the trail!

Yours in Discovery,
Heather Butler

WOLF School Director
 

  

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