Grade 11

Testing your balance on the high ropes course - by Sam AllardHaliburton Forest would like to invite your grade 11 students to come learn in a sustainable forest, expand upon their knowledge, and build lasting relationships. We have many programs that can be combined with your curriculum expectations: health and physical education, science, art, and geography. There are different activities that can meet your student's educational needs, like: learning about forest ecosystems, environmental art, environmental solitudes, astronomy, and wilderness navigations or participating in archery, backpacking, camping, canoeing, wilderness first aid and ice safety, cross country skiing, dogsledding, mountain biking, snowshoeing, swimming, rock climbing, rappelling, Canopy Tours, tree climbing, communication workshops, team building and group initiatives, low ropes and high ropes challenge courses. Other possibilities may include: learning about aquatic ecosystems, visiting The Wolf Center, and a night-time wolf howl. Our committed and professional staff can design programs that are single-day or multi-day adventures to fulfil your classroom requirements. Visiting Haliburton Forest would allow for a fantastic experiential and hands-on learning opportunity that cannot happen inside the classroom.

Students playing a variation of tagThere are many curriculum expectations provided for the different activities. However, you are not limited to those experiences. Contact our staff to learn more about designing a program that would exceed your expectations and leave your students wanting to learn more at experiences@haliburtonforest.com.

Come discover Haliburton Forest, explore areas of learning, and experience something new!