*ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS & CURRENT COLLEGE STUDENTS*
We are pleased to announce that Andrew Jolin (KHS ’16) is the 2017 recipient of the Tin Mountain College Scholarship. Good luck in your studies!
If you are planning to pursue higher education in an environmental-related field for the 2018-19 academic year, you should apply for our local scholarship. Kennett students/alumni click here. Fryeburg Academy students/alumni click here.
Tin Mountain school programs reach five school districts and are an integral part of 16 schools serving nearly 5,000 students in the Mt. Washington Valley and western Maine. Multiple classroom visits and field trips throughout the year greatly magnify the actual contact hours between naturalists and students. Tin Mountain’s environmental science and natural history programs are designed to complement existing curricula in northern New Hampshire and western Maine schools. Programs offer factual information and direct field experience that heightens the awareness in students of the processes that make up the natural world around them. Programs offered in area schools are hands-on involving multiple visits to classes including substantial field experiences. Tin Mountain school programs are offered at half the actual cost that they are to present because the staff and Board of Trustees are committed to providing quality environmental education programs that are affordable. For a sample of some of the work Tin Mountain does within the public schools systems, click here.
Learn more about our school programs by clicking the links below: