- Informational meetings for parents will be offered, please check with chaperones
- Think carefully before writing a check (DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE)
- Deposits go to chaperones
- Accounts will be charged in December for remaining balances
- Enrollment for trips done by Friday, October 26
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN
3/3 - 3/8, $310
The GSMNP Trip is designed to give 10 boys in the senior class
an opportunity to camp in the National Park and work for up to 20 hours with the National Park Maintenance Staff. Participants will assist the staff in the opening of Elkmont Campground. In the past, students have engaged in strenuous manual labor. The 10 boys and two chaperones will travel by bus to the park. Both chaperones have CDL licenses. The participants are responsible for bringing clothing and equipment adequate for temperatures ranging from 10º F to 70º F. Rain is likely. Snow is a possibility. We will set camp for a week and travel short distances to work. All food is provided and cooked at the campsite. Day 5 of the trip is scheduled for hiking, exploring the park, dinner and touring Gatlinburg, TN. View a few photos from last year here.
One scholarship is available to an applicant who has qualified through the SSS by NAIS program.
Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota
3/2 - 3/8, ~$1800
Key Largo, FL
3/3 - 3/8, $1575
Led2Serve, a Florida based 501(c)(3) organization, engages student teams in meaningful projects across the USA. On this Key Largo journey you choose from a variety of ways to support community partners each day!
We will be working beside partners at Habitat for Humanity in the lower Keys to support the local community in repairing homes damaged by Hurricane Irma. Projects will also include supporting the Dolphin Research Center and John Pennekamp State Park who experienced damage from the hurricane. All projects will add meaning and value to residents, and are considered environmentally conscious projects.
Lodging will be with private cabin/beach partners. During down-time students can swim, snorkel, fish, kayak, paddleboard, and enjoy the real “Keys” life! If you like to cook, students can assist in on-site meals and take part in creating team breakfasts at the cabins.'
A Led2Serve Journey leader will accompany this trip to assist students in taking part in meaningful & life-changing moments while we serve, play and enjoy a beautiful location.