Posted on 3/5/2012 by Alyssa Hubbard

Keystone Science School Announces H20 Outdoors Program in April

The Keystone Science School has announced that it will host a three-day program for high school students called "H20 Outdoors" from April 21st-23rd.  Located in Keystone, CO, the Science School is a field science school that challenges students to develop critical thinking skills as they explore nature and science education. There are various camps and programs offered throughout the year, and many include an outdoor element.  The H20 Outdoors program will be open to high school students.

The program is designed to provide students with insight into the world of Colorado's water resources.  Students will learn about water law in Colorado, while hiking the continental divide and conducting experiments.  Students will also have the chance to meet experts in the field.  Students who would like to attend the program should register soon as the deadline is March 16, 2012, and arrangements must be made directly through the Keystone Science School.  Details are available online or by calling 970.468.2098.

For families with students who attend the program, SummitCove will offer a special rate.  Our Vacation Planners can assist in reserving lodging close to the Keystone Science School location.


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