A Day in the Life of a Student at Nature’s Classroom

Nature’s Classroom is a unique outdoor education program that provides students with hands-on learning experiences in natural settings. For many students, a trip to Nature’s Classroom can be a life-changing experience, offering opportunities for personal growth and development that are difficult to replicate in a traditional classroom setting. If you’re curious about what a day in the life of a student at Nature’s Classroom might look like, here’s a sample schedule:

Nature’s Classroom Sample Schedule

Wake-up Call

Students are woken up early to start their day, and they’re encouraged to get and get ready to prepare for the day ahead.


We kickstart the day with a hearty breakfast designed to energize students for their upcoming adventures. Our meals at Nature’s Classroom are not only nutritious and well-balanced but also tailored to accommodate any food allergies students may have.

Morning Meeting

After breakfast, students gather for a morning meeting to review the day’s schedule and go over any important announcements. This is also a time for students to share any personal experiences or thoughts from the previous day.

Morning Session

The morning session is typically focused on hands-on learning experiences in the natural environment. This might involve hiking, canoeing, or other outdoor activities that allow students to explore and learn about their surroundings.


A nutritious lunch is served, featuring fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Meals are designed to be satisfying and filling, providing students with the fuel they need for the afternoon activities.

Afternoon Session

The afternoon session may involve a continuation of the morning’s activities or a new activity entirely. For example, students might engage in a team-building exercise or participate in a workshop on environmental conservation.

Free Time

After a full day of learning and activity, students are given some time to relax and unwind. This might involve playing games, socializing with friends, or taking some quiet time to reflect on the day’s experiences.


Dinner is the largest meal of the day, with a wide variety of dishes to choose from. As with all meals at Nature’s Classroom, the focus is on providing healthy, nutritious food that will keep students energized and focused.

Evening Activity

Evening activities might involve games, campfires, or other outdoor experiences that allow students to continue learning and growing in a fun and engaging way.


After a full day of activity, students are ready for a good night’s sleep. Lights out are typically around 9:00pm, giving students plenty of time to rest and recover before starting a new day.

Nature’s Classroom

A day in the life of a student at Nature’s Classroom is filled with activity, learning, and personal growth. Students are encouraged to explore and engage with their natural surroundings, while also building important life skills like teamwork, communication, and resilience. If you’re interested in providing your students with a unique and powerful learning experience, consider a trip to Nature’s Classroom.

Contact us today for more information or to get your questions answered!