Posted in: 12th Grade

Trekkers Graduates 14 Seniors from its Six Year Program

Trekkers Graduates 14 Seniors from its Six Year Program

From left to right: Juliette St. Clair, Rory Polyblank, Daniel Leparulo, Makayla Van Blarcom, Kyle Waters, Jenny Carter, Alden Mason, Laken Fournier, Brianna Garrett, Molly Tobin, Emily Carver (Trekkers Program Manager), Chloe Finger, Keeleigh Weaver, Jamie Brown, Anna Walker On Monday, June 6th,… Read More

Rites of Passage Expedition

Rites of Passage Expedition

Day 1 And we’re off! Corralling in the parking lot for the last time, we loaded up on the bus and headed out to Massachusetts. Berkshire bound, we had a fun and snack filled bus ride, complete with a vivid game of Mafia thanks to the one and only Rory Polyblank. Finally we made it to Stump Sprouts! It was a beaut… Read More

Trekkers’ Leadership Students work together to solve a surprisingly complicated puzzle that requires goal setting, strength identification and teamwork.

Trekkers’ 12th Graders Complete Leadership Training

Trekkers’ Leadership Students work together to solve a surprisingly complicated puzzle that requires goal setting, strength identification and teamwork. From December 11–13, five high school seniors and five adult leaders participated in a 2-day Leadership Program Retreat through Trekkers… Read More

Trekkers Graduates 18 Seniors from its Six Year Program

Trekkers Graduates 18 Seniors from its Six Year Program

On Monday, June 8th, Trekkers held a graduation ceremony to honor 18 graduating seniors who recently completed the six-year youth mentoring program. Leading the awards ceremony was Trekkers’ Program Director Meredith Lynt. As the students were honored, Lynt “roasted” them individually with… Read More

Trekkers Students Complete Two April Expeditions

Trekkers Students Complete Two April Expeditions

Trekkers’ 12th graders head out for a 36-hour wilderness solo during the Rites of Passage Expedition. Trekkers had a very busy April with 11th and 12th grade expeditions that had very different itineraries and destinations. Thirteen 11th grade students explored college and career path opportuniti… Read More