Grade 12

Winter camping tripHaliburton Forest has a wide array of natural resources and sustainable management practices that will intrigue and inform your grade 12 students. The staff at Haliburton Forest are committed to providing high quality educational programs for your students to extend their learning beyond the classroom. We have paired many of our programs with the Ontario Curriculum expectations, like: health and physical education, geography, social science, and science. Different programs that are offered are: learning about forest ecosystems, astronomy, and aquatic ecosystems, or participating in archery, backpacking, camping, canoeing, 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, and campfires. However, the possibilities do not end there, you could also visit The Wolf Center, partake in a night-time wolf howl, or learn about survival skills and wilderness navigation could all be a part of your adventure. Single-day and multiple-day trips will be designed to meet the educational needs of you and your students. The committed and professional program facilitation staff of Haliburton Forest will create the opportunities in an experiential and multi-dimensional manner.

Backpacking in the fall - by Sam AllardThe curriculum expectations for activities are provided for you on the individual activities pages. Please contact one of our helpful staff members to learn more about the potential learning opportunities awaiting your students at experiences@haliburtonforest.com.

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