News & UpdatesNature Journal
Freya’s experience at Soaring Eagle Nature School has come full circle as she transitioned from being a participant to becoming a mentor.
There’s still room for the 2023/24 School Year! Start nature school in the beautiful forests of Vancouver, BC, and the Lower Mainland. Enroll now in Forest Learners Middle School and Weekly Nature School.
Last year we raised over $26,000 for UNYA, and we are continuing that relationship. We have set a new goal of $10,000 for this year as we know that UNYA’s work is continuous and essential.
We are so thankful to our incredibly generous community!
Eli, a 10-year-old in Weekly Nature School who has been attending since 2016, completed his own species-a-thon in Pacific Spirit Park to raise funds for the Urban Native Youth Association (UNYA), identifying 84 species and raising $1,000!
Soaring Eagle Nature School Founder, Jenna Rudolph, shares her story of completing the 24-hour Birdathon, identifying 58 species, and raising over $6,000 for the Urban Native Youth Association!
The Forest Learners spent a day seeking out species in the diverse bioregion at Rice Lake and found 166! Enjoy the photos of their clever note-taking systems and the final list!
Our 2-hour Plant Walk led by Soaring Eagle Nature School’s Founder Jenna Rudolph raised $390.00 for the Urban Native Youth Association! Thanks for joining us for the workshop in Pacific Spirit Park and supporting our commitment to reparations and equity.
Fundraising for the Urban Native Youth Association (UNYA) has begun! We invite our Soaring Eagle Nature School community to support the efforts of the Indigenous-run non-profit organization as we aim to raise $25,000!
Find out how the Apprenticeship Program allowed Mikaela to experience the most child-focused educational philosophy and shifted her world views in the process.
Learn more about the full-time nature school program and get answers from our team and currently enrolled families with the info session recap and Q&A.
Preparation for a day at nature school is key for year-round school outdoors, and involves getting quality gear and knowing what to bring each day. See our list of required gear and clothing, and our recommendations.
Every day at nature school should excite every sense, breathe life into learning, inspire gratitude, and leave eyes sparkling. See what a typical day is like from arrival to closing circle.