High School Leaders

Stone Canyon is proud to offer 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade students in DCSD an opportunity to volunteer with Colorado's finest outdoor education program and assist in providing elementary school students a rewarding experience. High School Leads that are selected will attend a 3-day, 2-night session.

This is a highly competitive volunteer placement and we expect high school leads to be fully invested with student interactions, group management, and performing as a positive role model. As a High School Lead, you can expect high-quality training, feedback from our experienced staff, and the chance to develop your leadership abilities.


TESTIMONIALS

APPLICATION PROCESS

  1. Complete our High School Lead Application (Fall 2017 application will open June 23rd! )

  2. Deadline for application is July 7, 2017.

  3. Applicants will be notified of their status by July 21, 2017.

  4. Attend High School Lead Training (dates to be determined, dependent on the camp selection.)

  5. Complete all forms (Teacher Approval, Permission Form, Release Form, Medical Form) one week prior to your camp date.

     

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“The most beneficial part of this experience for me was meeting people and coming out of my “shell”. Last year I was very quiet, didn’t make many friends, and had trouble participating in fun activities. This year, I stepped out and made a change to all of that.”

–Sophomore, Legend High School

“I became a better leader through this experience, and I appreciated having the Stone Canyon Staff around to help out.”

-Senior, Chaparral High School

“I gained better leadership skills, organization, and time management.”

-Sophomore, Thunder Ridge High School

“I got to have fun with wonderful people in a beautiful place.”  

-Sophomore, Castle View High School

“The most beneficial part of this experience was the leadership skills and experience I gained. By working with a variety of kids I learned how to lead many personalities and especially help kids deal with homesickness.”

–Junior, Rock Canyon High School