Outdoor Education

June 22-26, 2020 | 10 am-Noon

Dps 2019 Ropes Course 266

This is a course for adventurers who wish to explore and learn more about the great outdoors!  

At every moment, there are innumerable and complex natural cycles taking place, and in this course we will focus on exploring what makes up San Francisco in all its beautiful natural landscape. In our online sessions, we will learn about trees, sand, and water together, and you will then have the option of completing a few outdoor explorations by yourself, or with your family. By the end of the week, we will have a deeper understanding of the plants, trees, and atmosphere that make up our city's natural composition. This course is a great way to learn while also taking advantage of beautiful summer days in the great Bay Area. Perfect for future campers, backpackers, and explorers, or those who are curious.

Cost: $150
Ages: Students entering 7th, 8th, and 9th grades in the fall of 2020

Instructor: Nick Hren
Nick Hren began his tenure at SHC in 2015 and is currently the Director of the De Paul Scholar Program. In addition, Nick is in Instructor in Religious Studies and Social Studies, the moderator of the Film and Philosophy Club, and the Assistant Freshman Soccer Coach at SHC. Nick holds a bachelor's degree in Philosophy from St. Norbert College and a Masters Degree from the Jesuit School of Theology at Santa Clara University. In his spare time, Nick loves playing basketball, hiking, backpacking, and exploring the outdoors.

Located in the

Heart of the city