is an outdoor leadership program which focuses on career preparation, work experience, adventure education and community leadership in School District 69. The program introduces students to a multitude of outdoor experiences (rafting, surfing, climbing, fishing, kayaking, and ski/snowboarding) combined with industry recognized certifications: OFA 1, 2 and 3, and CPR C, Radio Operator, Bronze Cross, Food Safe, World Host, and more.
The end result, through mentorship and work experience with certified guides, develops students that have an appreciation for guide operations and the safety and responsibility that must occur in the field. The program seeks to attract students with a passion for the outdoors, a strong work ethic, dedication, responsibility, and a desire to gain work experience and eventual employment in the outdoor, adventure tourism industry.
The intended purpose of ROAMS Global Studies is for academic exploration and engagement in cross-cultural diversity as students examine and compare global issues from a multi-disciplinary approach. The program will incorporate field studies and outdoor activities which will occur away from the school. These activities will include skiing/snowboarding, rafting, kayaking, surfing and climbing.
Our Secondary Schools offer students the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the world of golf. In cooperation with the Pheasant Glen Golf Course, we are able to offer a High School Golf Program. The High School Program is a great introduction to golf for young students who seek an alternative to PE classes offered within the school system. Students in the High School Program will be graded on participation, attendance, knowledge of rules and etiquette, skill improvement as well as the history of golf. Students will also receive academic credits towards graduation. Students may also take part in competitive after school programs at Pheasant Glen and combine the High School Program to either play golf or work on drills based on their individual skills.