Outdoor Education

Tired of traditional PE activities like fitness testing and shuttle runs? Looking for a little adventure? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to explore the great outdoors? Imagine standing at the top of a mountain peak looking down at the Fraser Valley. Taste the kool-aid coloured water from a glacier lake. Feel your legs tire as they hold you tight to a cliff-face wondering if you can stretch your hand to the next hold. Picture the whitewater flying in front of you as you hurtle through a raging river in a kayak, struggling to stay clear of the undertow ahead. Adjust your snowboard to the sound of a snowy wind before taking on the next black diamond. This is Community Recreation!

This course gives students an opportunity to build on their physical education experiences with the addition of even more real-world leisure, fitness, and adventure opportunities. Adventure outings to include hiking and backpacking, camping and caving, river rafting and kayaking, snowboarding and skiing, indoor and outdoor rock climbing.

Community Recreation is available for students in grades 9-12. Community Recreation Extreme, an extended day version of the course which focuses solely on adventure activity, is available for students in grades 10-12.

Visit the COMM REC EXTREME website! 

For a full listing of courses, browse the course planning guide under the student services tab.