Service Learning Trips
2021-2022 school year
Youthworks Service Trip
June 12–17, 2022
We will travel to Milwaukee, WI for a faith-centered service trip. Service by day, retreat by night! During the daytime, we will volunteer with local organizations. And in the evenings, we will get to explore the community and enjoy nights of prayer, reflection, and fun. Estimated cost: $600. Learn more and apply.
Questions? contact Mark Zaegel.
El Salvador "Agape" Immersion Trip
TENTATIVELY May 28–June 4, 2022
We will live in solidarity with the people, share in their lives, learn their stories, offer our time and presence and love. We will play with kids and spend a night with host families. We will visit significant historical and spiritual sites and grapple with issues of justice in the country, both past and present. Estimated cost: $1,700. Learn more. Apply.
Questions? Contact Mark Zaegel.
Costa RIca Rainforest Ecology and Sea Turtle Conservation Trip
May 30–June 7, 2022
Join the science department-led ecology trip to Costa Rica. Participants will participate in rainforest ecology and sea turtle conservation. Students will also learn how their daily life choices affect the land, water, and people of Costa Rica. Pura Vida! For more information contact Kari Chambers or Janet Csolak
Northern Cheyenne Reservation
One week in July 2022 | Specific dates to be determined | Incoming Juniors and Seniors (limit 10) | Rising seniors will be given priority
The group will be doing a week of service with the Boys and Girls Club in Lame Deer, Montana on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. This opportunity will both be about performing direct service to children in need and cultural immersion and learning about reservation life today. A visit to the Battlefield of Little Big Horn and some participation in native rituals will be included. The cost will be approximately $1250 for the week, including transportation, room and board, and an optional horseback trail ride. Chaperones will be Jen Staed and Jody Patterson. Contact Jen Staed for more information, and watch for notice of an informational meeting in October.