Information for Parents
If you’re a parent of a school
program participant, you probably have a few questions. And that’s
great—because we’ve got good answers.
Nature's Classroom at Sargent Center, your child will embark on an
adventure in learning filled with challenge, reward, and both personal
and academic growth. But best of all, he or she will have the experience
of a lifetime while participating in hands-on lessons in The
Environment, Adventure, and Outdoor Skills under the guidance of our
We encourage you to explore all the
information we have provided about our program throughout this
site—but on this page, we’ve gathered a few resources specific to
What to bring
list provides guidelines on the clothing and supplies that will
ensure that your child is comfortable and well-prepared for their stay
at Sargent Center.
Students sleep in cozy
four-season dormitories with modern bathrooms. All dormitories are
supervised by teachers and parent chaperones.
Students, teachers, and instructors dine
as a community in famous Northern Lodge. If the student has special
dietary requirements— be sure to communicate them to your child’s
teacher in advance.
Health and Safety
Your child’s health and safety is our
highest priority. All School Program instructors hold multiple
certifications in First Aid, CPR, and safety. In addition, our on-site
medical person administers medication, supervises special dietary needs,
and oversees the general well-being of our students. Though it is rarely
needed, emergency medical care is available at a nearby hospital.
We welcome questions from parents, and we
encourage you to contact us at
603-525-3311 with any concerns.