JOYFUL, SHARED EXPERIENCES CREATED TO AWAKEN AND INSPIRE
WELCOME TO OUTER RANGE
At Outer Range, we believe that we reach our greatest capacity when we are experiencing the outdoors. Faced with the unknown and ever changing natural world, we become confident, skilled, and resilient. It is in this space that we are profoundly altered by nature, adventure and the people we share it with. It is through ground-breaking shared experiences that our true self is unearthed and our community celebrated. The pulse of nature and the people near, keep us rooted to what matters most and allows us to achieve our academic and personal goals, finding purpose through the heartbeat beneath our feet.
Outer Range currently serves to support early childhood education opportunities for Montrose and Olathe communities through our Alpine Start Forest Preschool program, We also serve students ages 5-8 in our Early Elementary Cohorts and 6th and 7th graders in our Middle School Cohort. A part-time high school elective known as Timberline Coalition is also based out of our campus. These programs will continue to grow and expand to provide profoundly meaningful learning experiences for all students in the outdoors. Click more info to read about our current programs and future programs to come.
In addition to our school programs, Outer Range aims to serve our entire community with experiential learning opportunities for all those seeking to grow their skills and strengthen connection in the outdoors. Through partnerships with other schools and industry leaders, we design unique programming to foster collaboration among our young people and outdoor partners. We offer opportunities to co-design, coordinate, and co facilitate programming with MCSD teachers, regional districts, and offer school break programming.
WHY WE EXIST
What if there was a place where young people are radically seen?
Where courage is fostered through new experiences in the outdoors?
Where confidence was activated by community connection and transformation was just a part of our natural rhythm?
What if there was a school with no walls?