High School Student Research:
This ecology course took day trips to the Marin Headlands National Park to study riparian habitat in the Gerbode Valley.
College Prep School A.P.E.S.
These juniors and senior spent 2 days at the Clair Tappaan Lodge on Donner Summit studying factors that affect biodiversity in wetlands and forested areas.
Woodside Priory Service Week Trips
A group of Priory seniors traveled to Donner Summit to study the Sierra Nevada snowpack. Groups of students created projects around factors that affect avalanches and snow melt water quality.
San Francisco University High School
This AP Environmental Science Class visited Donner summit in late September to conduct experiments on biodiversity in Van Norden Meadow.
Middle School Student Research:
Student Driven Research isn’t just for high schoolers!
North Lake Tahoe Middle School
The NTMS 7th grade investigated populations and resources by looking at what factors affect sugar pine populations around their school.
Check out these great presentations by middle school students from the Quarry Lane School. They did a 5 day program that allowed the students to work hard and produce great results. The students had a wide array of topics and all were able to learn some new statistics while they were analyzing their data.