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Unite Environmental Camp is a unique partnership with schools and teachers to educate students with an interactive outdoor experience.  Outdoor field studies have been developed by a team of local educators and specialists. Objectives include meeting next-generation science standards and providing preparation and follow-up resources to make the most of the field studies.  



It is the goal of Unite Camps to partner with teachers and administrators in order to provide students with an exceptional outdoor experience. Together we can help students learn science and interpersonal skills in order to meet the challenges of a changing world. Students will connect classroom learning to the world around them through our hands-on and experiential outdoor curriculum and activities.



Camp Sessions run Monday to Wednesday or Wednesday to Friday

Sessions have a 100 camper/counselor minimum.  Unite will coordinate with other schools to help meet this minimum.  Arrival or departure day hike to Spattercones trail or Lassen Park are available to extend the learning experience. 



Unite strives to keep costs low through community partnerships.  Check the reservation page for current rates.  

Student fees will include, housing, and meals as well as all educational program expenses.  Schools will provide transportation, luggage transport, and departure day health screening.



A sample schedule is available.  There is an option for a half-day destination hike.  This option may be done on the first or last day of camp.  There is no additional cost by Unite.  Students would go on a hike to Subway Caves and Spatter cone Trail or Lassen Park when open.  Unite Field guides will meet the bus and lead the session.  It requires the bus for a longer time and students may need to have a sack lunch on arrival day hikes. 



Schools may choose to provide adult cabin leaders or Unite Camps in cooperation with SUHSD will recruit, train and supply Student Leaders for each session of camp.  Student leaders will be vetted through an application and training process at each of the local high schools.  Cabin leaders gain valuable leadership and communication skills, community service credit, and references for college or job applications.  These leadership students will serve campers in cabins and assist in programming. Schools choosing to utilize parents or other adults will be responsible for background checks and appropriate vetting. Adult leaders will be required to fill out a disclosure form for Unite.  




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