Exploring Biodiversity in Tropical Ecosystems
DEAN SEXTON, MELANIE MAGDALENO
For grades 9 - 12
Climb a volcano, hike in a rainforest, and search for monkeys at the beach while exploring the incredible biology and varied ecosystems of Costa Rica. Begin in the lush lowland rainforest of Selva Verde, continue to Arenal Volcano to discover geological history, and witness the unique biodiversity inhabiting Manuel Antonio National on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. As part of this Immersion course, you will learn about the ecology of tropical rainforests at Selva Verde’s private Rainforest Reserve, gain a behind-the scenes look at sustainable agricultural practices, and experience a thrilling whitewater rafting adventure.
REGISTRATION: In order to register for this course, please download the following documents. Please turn them in to the Director of Experiential Learning in a timely fashion.
Emergency & Faculty Contact information:
Since this course will be off campus most of Immersion, now is a good time to make certain your child’s emergency contact information is up to date. Check with Tree in the front office if you need to make changes.
EMERGENCY & FACULTY CONTACT INFORMATION:
In the event of an emergency during an overnight trip, you can contact us at the following numbers. We will have direct access to all travel groups.
DURING SCHOOL HOURS:
Tree Corbett: 818.732.3000
Phu Tranchi: 818.732.3195
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY:
Rob Foster: email@example.com
Phu Tranchi: firstname.lastname@example.org