Topic ID #39190 - posted 2/13/2018 10:46 AM

Field School for High School Students

Boyd Archaeological Field School

A Field School Just for High School Students
Ontario High School Credits* 
in Two Weeks this Summer
Boyd Archaeological Field School (estabished 1975)
takes place from August 10th to 26th at Claremont Field Centre, Pickering, Ontario, Canada

Students complete a Grade 12 Interdisciplinary Studies Credit (IDC4) plus a co-op credit while participating in all aspects of an actual excavation
In this unique experiential course, students also learn through
•    hands-on activites such as flintknapping and other ancient technologies
•    classroom sessions from our certified teachers, professional archaeologists and First Nations educators
•    guest lectures from leading experts in archaeological disciplines
•    online activities ensure a sound backround in archaeological knowledge and theory

Over the years, many students have gone on into post-secondary studies, advanced degrees, and careers in archaeology.

  Whether or not you plan to pursue a career in archaeology, this total immersion course will challenge you to perform at new levels of achievement in a team environment.

“This course has been a life changing experience.  I absolutely loved everything…Thanks to all the staff members and the students for making this journey so memorable!”

* credit accreditation included in tuition for Canadian residents.  Non-residents can arrange Ontario credits through Durham Continuing Education for an additional fee.


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