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Clubs & Activities

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Making Waves

Our very first organized club, Making Waves, is being launched February 25! The club is open to any teen in the community who is interested in farm to table, sustainable farming, watershed conservation, or ecological and environmental sciences. 

Other Activities

The school offers many field trips and adventures that teens from the community are welcome to join in. Check our monthly “Corral” for activities that might interest you!

Keep up with our adventures on Facebook and Instagram which we update much more frequently! Enjoy the experience. If you want to come along for the actual ride, visit our application page.

LSUHS Calendar Corral: March 2019

Because we are a small school focused on experiential learning, we do a ton of cool stuff on campus and off. We also love to share with the community. Homeschool friendly opportunities are denoted with an asterisk *. Some of...

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2019 Spring Open Houses!

Open House & Geocache Fun!Two dates: March 16 & April 20Incoming 9-12th Grade & GAP year students are welcome to come tour the school facilities and farm. Talk to staff and learn about our programs. There will be a farm trivia geocache on the 40 acres...

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New Youth Leadership Program – Making Waves

Mission The mission of LSUHS Making Waves program is to cultivate leadership and stewardship in area youth. Our planet is a living connected system from the Farmer’s dirt, no matter how far inland, to the forests, to the salty ocean, to our tables. Making Waves aims...

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February 2019 Events!

What's new at LSUHS? Because we are a small school focused on experiential learning, we do a ton of cool stuff on campus and off. We also love to share with the community. Homeschool friendly opportunities are denoted with an...

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