Cedar Ridge Camp is home to the Louisville Green School.
Students from Jefferson County Public Schools and beyond learn about nature, the environment, culture and team building. Our program includes many classes that help to engage students with nature and each other.
Generally, students arrive at 10 a.m. and have a brief introduction in Hopkins Hall.
Students then divide into groups and begin their first two 40-minute classes.
Next, the entire group reassembles in Hopkins Hall for a sack lunch.
After lunch, the group will divide up again for their third class.
Finally, the buses load up at 1 p.m. for the trip back to school.
This schedule is flexible depending on the needs of the school group. Some groups even add a fourth activity to their day!
The program varies throughout the year.
During the spring and fall most classes are related to nature, science and culture.
After Thanksgiving, Cedar Ridge offers its special "Holidays Around the World" program until school lets out for winter break.