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Keystone Voyagers

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Take on Brown's Canyon in Buena Vista by whitewater rafting down the Arkansas River and learning how to rock climb at Rocky Mountain Outdoor Center. Our Keystone Voyagers Session 5 is taking place during the heat of the summer (July 16-21) and is the perfect way to cool off and take on new and exciting adventures.

Summer CATCH CAMP Registration Open 2018

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 Summer CATCH Camp Registration is now OPEN! Click here for all the information in English OR Spanish. 

Have questions? Call 970.468.2098


Capital Campaign

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What we've raised to date: $3,200,000

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Why A Capital Campaign?

We believe that every child deserves strong and inspired leaders and that the spirit of KSS is made of the relationships built between student and teacher, camper and counselor, volunteer and staff member. Our campus fosters these relationships and we believe everyone deserves to be proud to call it home – a place to inspire learning, friendships, and curiosity. 

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    Capital Campaign Brochure

    Click here to review our Capital Campaign brochure and read about the history of our campus and our goals for the campaign.

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    Invest in A Place To Inspire!

    Donate now! Click here to learn about ways to give, download a pledge form, or make a contribution to our campaign, A Place To Inspire.


Our Current Office Spaces and Instructor Housing

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    Instructor Cabin: Lynx 

    Experience our instructor cabins by clicking the link and virtually walking through the cabin.
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    Porcupine Watch our Capital Campaign Video to learn more about why we are building A Place To Inspire.


Frequently Asked Questions

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    General FAQs

    Have questions? Review our FAQs to understand how our Capital Campaign will be affecting our upcoming programs and what to expect over the course of this project.
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    School Programs FAQs

    Have questions about your class coming to KSS's campus? Review our FAQs to understand how our Capital Campaign will be affecting our School Programs.
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    Camp Programs FAQs

    Have questions about how our project will affect our Summer Camp programs? Review our FAQs to learn more about drop off, day to day life for campers and more alongside our Capital Project.


The Buildings

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    The Hub

    Click here to review the floor plan, exterior, and interior of The Hub, our centrally located office building.


Capital Campaign Committee

  • Howard Carver, Chairman
  • Deb Kelleher Spiers, Vice Chairman
  • Gretchen Davis
  • Bob Follett 
  • Joan Houlton
  • Becky Johnson
  • CH Maguire
  • Bill Putnam 
  • Doug Sims 
  • David Stelzer
  • Wilson Strong

Click here to meet our Board of Directors

Our Capital Construction Partners:

  • RA Nelson (Builder)
  • O'Bryan Partnerships (Architect)

Breaking ground mid-2018 

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Guest client/ participant for past campaign, this campaign looks to fill a specific need for our instructor staff.

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CSI: Sustainable Cities

Climate Status Investigations: Sustainable Cities

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This hybrid program unites the investigative focus of our Climate Status Investigations program with the critical analysis and big-picture thinking processes of our Students for Sustainabilities model. 

Educators will walk away able to lead their own students through an exploration of the many aspects of global climate change using hands-on inquiry. They will also learn techniques and gain curricular tools and lesson plans to explore the environmental, public health, social, and economic impacts of climate change.

This training provides teachers with the inquiry-based learning practices, critical thinking skills, democratic processes, and action-taking strategies to analyze and address major issues and come up with viable solutions to sustainability needs in their own communities.

By providing a non-biased scientific framework within which to examine issues around global climate change and sustainability, the curriculum is intended to improve the decision-making abilities of students. The format allows participants to solve problems in a variety of creative ways based on the evidence and data they have collected.

Our curriculum encourages teachers and students to use their knowledge to become active community members, both locally and globally as well as preparing our future leaders for STEM careers that do not exist yet.

Upcoming Programs

SSC Triangle Triage

When: November 2-4, 2016
Where: Wilmington, DE; Agilent Technologies 


Our Educator Programs Team

Educator Programs has a dedicated and highly skilled group of leaders. 


Olivia Grover, Educator Programs Director

Colleen Hoffman

Colleen Hoffman, Educator Programs Associate Director


Dave Miller, Director of Education and Program Sustainability


Our Facilitators are an amazing group of educators who have been through our programs and are excited to share their experiences, advice, and guidance with you. Plus, they're lots of fun!

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Interested in joining our team as a facilitator? Contact Olivia Grover for more information. 

Now accepting applications for 2016 Key Issues sessions

If you don't already have a sponsor, contact us to find out how you can get sponsored! 

Session 1: June 21 - 26 

Session 2: July 12 - 17 

Session 3: July 19 - 24


Climate Status Investigations and Students for Sustainable Cities

We would love to bring one of these customized workshops to your town! If you're interested in hosting a workshop in your community please contact Olivia Grover to express your interest. We would be happy to help connect you with a potential corporate sponsor. 

For Educators

Resources for Educators

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Keystone Science School’s Educator Programs have been inspiring and motivating teachers and students to explore environmental issues for over 20 years. By continually updating our curricula to reflect the needs of teachers, current education standards and technological advances, KSS staff ensures that our programs are of high interest and relevance to teachers.

Keystone Science School’s unique approach to teaching STEM skills through hands-on, non-biased learning sets KSS’s program apart from the other offerings. The workshops address STEM learning by training the teacher through the student’s perspective using nonbiased learning techniques. Educator Programs teach how to weigh various sides of an issue through critical thinking, problem solving and decision making skills on environmental topics. The programs offer a range of steps and activities from awareness to action with an ultimate goal of environmental stewardship.


7,820 youth and adults impacted through all our programs in 2017.