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Education Programs

Crow Canyon's experiential education programs foster critical thinking and creative problem solving in students, grades 4–12.

In addition to our school group programs and teen summer camps, we also offer a special summer institute designed to challenge, inspire, and provide essential professional development for teachers.

All our programs are developed in consultation with American Indians.

Learn more about school group opportunities at Crow Canyon.

School Group Opportunities

Challenge your students! Crow Canyon field trips and overnight programs are designed to foster critical thinking and creative problem solving, as students learn about archaeology and the history of the ancestral Pueblo Indians (the Anasazi). March through November

Read more about school group opportunities.

 

Learn more about teen summer camps at Crow Canyon.

Teen Summer Camps

Crow Canyon's summer camps allow middle and high school students to experience for themselves the excitement of real archaeological excavation and lab work. These one- to three-week programs also feature field trips, hiking, and plenty of opportunities to make new friends!

Middle School Archaeology Camp
High School Archaeology Camp
High School Field School

 

Learn more about the NEH Institute.

NEH Workshop for K-12 Educators

Two summer workshops funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) will provide educators with an exceptional opportunity to learn about archaeology, history, and culture at Mesa Verde National Park, an archaeological and historical landmark that is one of the world’s greatest archaeological preserves. Application required; stipend provided.

Mesa Verde National Park: Convergences and Crossroads in the American Southwest

 

 

The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's programs and admission practices are open to applicants of any race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, or sexual orientation.

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