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2015 Grand Canyon Youth Slideshow

Rhythm of the River

2014 Grand Canyon Youth Slideshow

Citizen Science in Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Youth 2013 slide show

Celebrate the 2012 River Season!

About Grand Canyon Youth. Stewart Aitcheson video about Grand Canyon Youth.

Partners in Science Trip in the Grand Canyon. This12-minute video was created by one of our guides (Thomas Fuhrmann). It shows students helping with science data collection as well as some of the other exciting opportunities a river trip offers.

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Science Leadership Academy Trip. In April 2009, 10 students from Philadelphia traveled to the Southwest for an adventure with 10 students from Coconino High School in Flagstaff. This video is the reaction / reflection of the Philadelphia students... 6 months later.

Exploring Without Sight. Twelve remarkable students explored the rugged Grand Canyon — some of whom were blind or visually impaired. Click here to see the CBS News video.

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Cooking on the River. Grand Canyon Youth participants get to experience it all-- the beauty, the wildness, the excitement and the experiences unique to river trips. Here is a great story of new experiences in the GCY camp kitchen.

One of the Biggest Classrooms in the World. A story about what kids can do! This article talk about the different service projects Grand Canyon Youth participants have worked on in Grand Canyon and the importance of connecting with our national parks.

A Classroom with a View. This article appeared in National Parks Magazine in Spring 2011. It outlines the adventures of one of Grand Canyon Youth's Grand Canyon programs; the youth, the science and the experience.

Braving the Rapids, OSB Student Prepares For Adventure. Article about a tenth grader from the Oklahoma School for the Blind who was accepted into the “Leading the Way Rim to River 2010” program.

Visually impaired students help collect acoustic data in Grand Canyon National Park. Interesting Park Science article on the Leading the Way program.

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