Middle and High School programs provide students with skills, engaging and thought provoking ideas, and hands on opportunities to learn about our local environment, find creative solutions to environmental problems, and focus on key environmental issues and concepts. In addition to the programs listed below, we may be able to adapt other grade level programs to meet your needs. For an extra cost we are also able to develop alternative programs specifically for your class or school.
Middle and high school programs typically run around 50 minutes to an hour (unless otherwise noted or requested). Programs cost $210 per class per program. We work with one class at a time. For longer programs and more information, please visit our FAQ.
Email Melissa at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (928) 7791745 to discuss options and schedule a date and time for your program.
Alien Plant Invaders
Learn about invasive species and explore the challenge of identifying and managing invasive species found around Flagstaff.
Downtown Flagstaff Geology
Discover the history and geology of downtown Flagstaff with a focus on historic buildings made from local rock. Alternatively, take a field trip: “Downtown Flagstaff Geology.”
Look at different types of volcanoes with an emphasis on northern Arizona and the San Francisco Peaks Volcanic Field. Suggested follow-up field trip: Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument with the National Park Service.
Are forest fires always a bad thing? We’ll take a look at the role of fire in our ponderosa pine ecosystem and how land managers use fire to maintain and create healthy habitat.
Grand Canyon Geology
Explore history through the layers of the Grand Canyon and Grand Canyon formation!
Groundwater in Flagstaff
Exploring Flagstaff’s water through a Project WET groundwater flow model and activities.
Secret Life of a Plastic Bag
Learn the life cycle of a plastic bag and the effects these everyday items have on our planet.
Waste Reduction Strategies
A three part program exploring waste and waste reduction solutions. See special projects for more information. Supported by the Azulita Project and the City of Flagstaff. Suggested: add a field trip: “Recycling Center Tour”
Climate Change and Renewable Energy
A three part program covering climate change 101, solutions, and renewable energy activities. See special projects for more information.