Pacific Northwest Science Camps for TeensNavigation
Join us in Trout Lake, WA for a networking opportunity for place-based educators. We’re hosting a training designed to connect Pacific NW educators in order to workshop lessons and unit plans to teach at their home schools. We’ll incorporate Next Generation Science...Read More
Join mycologist Michael Beug, former Evergreen State College professor and author of award-winning book, “Ascomycete Fungi of North America: A Mushroom Reference Guide” for a lecture at the Mt. Adams Institute. The lecture will last from 9:30-11:30 followed by a...Read More
Our annual fall fundraiser is back again: biking, farm visits, cheese-making, and wine-tasting in the beautiful Trout Lake Valley. Join us for harvest time at the base of Mt. Adams. We’ll be offering a bike ride and farm tour in the morning (9-12 pm) and an afternoon of...Read More
Our 2015 programs can be found here.
Our residential summer programs for middle and high school students start in mid June and run through mid August. Our high school programs are two week long academic courses with options for high school and college credit. Our middle school courses are one week long. All of our programs include daily outdoor adventure and fun alongside science learning.
If you would like to develop a custom program for your class or school, please email Emily: Emily at cascademountainschool dot org.
At Cascade Mountain School we believe students should be given a real-world context for their learning and be pushed to analyze and synthesize information to understand the world around them. At Cascade Mountain School, we offer a dynamic learning environment, one in which senses are enlivened and academics become relevant to daily life.
Cascade Mountain School is a residential STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) program for middle and high school students located in the Columbia River Gorge (an hour drive from Portland, Oregon). Cascade Mountain School is dedicated to cultivating individual responsibility and personal growth; fostering creation of community and understanding of the natural world; and excelling in scientific inquiry, systems thinking, and sustainability studies.