High School Program
The Yukon, a vast and rugged expanse in Canada’s north, is more than just a geographical wonder; it’s a living testament to the nation’s history, ecology, and indigenous cultures.
Inaugurated under the ‘Umbrella Accords’ between Yukon First Nations and the Government of Canada, Tombstone is one of Canada’s only Indigenous-managed national parks. Take a guided tour of the park with a local Indigenous elder to learn about Indigenous land management practices and conservation efforts.
From exploring climate change and the environment to diving into contemporary issues in indigenous communities, the Yukon provides an immersive opportunity for students to explore and embrace Canada’s north. This program blends both urban and rural settings, bringing students through experiences that dive straight into the history of the region.
At Insight, our program itineraries are as unique as your students. All our program itineraries are customized with teacher chaperones to ensure that it meets the needs of your students.
With the support of a variety of local vendors and NGO’s, we promise that your students will get an authentic, local experience.
All our trips include:
Want to take your students outside the classroom? Review our program locations and suggested themes.
Connect with one of our High School Educators who will help custom design your program.
With our assistance, submit required paperwork and details to your Administration and School Board.
Announce the trip to your students! (We’ll provide all the materials you need).
Invite us to your school to host a Student & Parent Info Night! We will be there to answer questions and support student sign-up!