Parent & Student Resources
We’re so excited to have your school or group participate in an outdoor education program with Keystone Science School. Field trips can be a life-changing experience and we are committed to providing a positive experience for your child. The organization of these programs are not easy and typically are an extra task thrown at your classroom teacher. Please remember to thank your teachers and chaperones for all their hard work.
Within this page and the Parent Information Packet linked below you can find a great deal of information about Keystone Science School and how to best prepare your child for an amazing experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you handle dietary restrictions and food allergies?
What are the qualifications of your program instructors?
All KSS program instructors come with a great background in facilitating outdoor and environmental education experiences. Each instructor is trained and certified, at minimum, in Wilderness First Aid (16-hour course), but the majority have a certification in Wilderness First Responder (80-hour course). KSS Program Instructors are also trained in behavioral management, education practices, and KSS specific risk management protocols.
Where will my child be sleeping?
Your group will be staying in a dormitory on our 23-acre campus in Keystone, Colorado. The elevation here is 9,280 feet. Students, teachers, and chaperones all share our dorm facilities. We have two dorm buildings with eight student rooms containing two bunk beds per room. Each dorm has two bathrooms and individual showers. Please view the 3-D tour of campus for a detailed look at our dorms and other facilities.