Summer Educational Adventure Descriptions

Raft and Ropes- This two or three day program focuses on team building and basic whitewater skills. It is a customized program with the goal of creating a healthy, dynamic group for your school, team or class. In addition students will develop basic water and river safety, paddling techniques along with basic rope work.
PDF : Raft and Ropes

Reading and Writing Programs- These programs consist of week long trips that explore Maine and New Hampshire. Students will camp in state parks, local campgrounds and national forests. This summer adventure will get students excited about the outdoors, while experiencing literature and writing in a unique setting. These trips provide students with an exciting educational experience that incorporates adventure, local history, and culture. By partnering with student’s school districts, Reading and Writing programs may allow students to earn educational credit. See detailed itineraries below.

Extended School Year (ESY) - Enriched Learning Center also offers summer programming for special education students. These programs focus on credit recovery, maintaining academic performance levels, and developing social skills needed for healthy peer interactions. Our program will help to fulfill the requirements and goals of each student’s Individual Educational Plan.

PDF : Viking Trip : Our Viking trip will explore the secluded Rapid River and Lake Umbagog. Students will learn whitewater safety, first aid and wilderness safety before departing on a multi-day adventure in the wilderness surrounding the Rapid River and Lake Umbagog.

PDF: River as a Metaphor : Our River As Metaphor trip is a true immersion in whitewater rafting. Students will explore themselves and the local history and culture while learning the basics of whitewater rafting and river safety. We will whitewater raft on two scenic and exciting rivers the Androscoggin and Magalloway. On the Androscoggin students will negotiate the same rapids and waves that were once used by northern loggers to transport their timber supply from the headwaters of the Androscoggin in Errol, NH to the logging mecca of Berlin, NH.