Parent's Area / F.A.Q.


    • September 26th -- Important informational meeting

    • November 18th -- Down payment is due

    • February 9th -- Parents meeting

    • June 2th -- Final payment due

    • June 16th - GEO FINALLY BEGINS!

    • July 18th - Final exam.


Q: Why should I be let my child go on this trip?

A: Why shouldn't you let your child go? This is a trip that is like no other. Every student WILL benefit from going. The rock-hard science is taught in a way that will appeal to all. The students also gain a new sense of responsibility after going in addition to their new knowledge. If you still don't think that it is worth it, see the INFO PAGE or the Trip Sites Center. If you are not enthralled after that then I don't know what will excite you!

Q: Is it possible for my child to fall into the Grand Canyon?

A: Well, is it possible for a child to fall off the roof a house. Of course it is POSSIBLE but they would have to go out of their way to do so. There have NEVER been any problems with students wandering too close to the edge of the canyon.

I think the real question is what kind of dangers are there for my child? The main thing we are concerned about is dehydration. We will make sure that each student drinks enough water each day to prevent this.

Again, if there is anything else you would like to know PLEASE feel free to ask by contacting us. You can do so by following the directions on this page

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