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  • Beth Balas

    How do folks afford this? Seriously - it's got great value, but...oh my, out of reach.

    • Shay Ruggles

      Financial aid and scholarships are available! I just got back from a dog sledding & skiing course at the Voyageur Outward Bound school - life changing!

  • Chelsea Spann

    This is so cool. Outward Bound could easily say "This is really about giving people the outdoor and technical skills they need to survive." But instead it's a different kind of education. It nice to see programs prioritizing what others see as intangible learnings; worth ethic, character, collaboration, reflection, and going beyond their limits. These are skills that would be great on a report card, but aren't often taught because there's still a lot needed in perfecting the cognitive channels in school and they become the priority. Glad to see that there are opportunities here - I want to participate! Again, really cool.

  • Lisa Rau Cannon

    This should be required gen ed for a high school diploma!

    • jeaxler

      My son is in this video, which was filmed during his 50 day Outward Bound expedition. Yes, this type of learning should be required in high school. But when we went to the district asking for just one elective credit we were told no. Unbelievable.

      • Richard Stuart

        It is frustrating; however, please know that Outward Bound continues to actively pursue obtaining college credit for it’s program offerings by developing educational partnerships with universities and colleges.