Summer Science Classes/Camp
Registration is now open for the Summer Science Class and Camp program! Sign up by May 25 to ensure your enrollment.
Download the course brochure here for a full description of the classes.
Download the middle school class/camp schedule here and the high school class/camp schedule here.
If you are interested in science, the environment, or conservation and you are in grades 7 – 12, sign up soon for Black Rock Forest Consortium’s Summer Science Class and Camp program.
It is easy to register; just call 845-534-4517.
Twelve week-long courses in the natural sciences and the arts are offered at Black Rock Forest in Cornwall from July 15 through August 9. Two more classes are offered with site partners, including “The Art of Scientific Observation,” hosted jointly by Black Rock Forest Consortium and Storm King Art Center, one of the world’s leading sculpture parks, and “A Nautical Expedition,” hosted jointly by the Consortium and the Constitution Marsh Audubon Center.
For more information on the Summer Science Class program, please read our press release.
Read press coverage of the Summer Science Class program: NYMetroParents and the Cornwall Local.
Our annual benefit luncheon is on May 8: Download the invitation and reply card.
About Us: Black Rock Forest Consortium is a nonprofit organization founded in 1989 to advance scientific understanding of the natural world through research, education and conservation programs. The Consortium maintains a 3,850-acre forest preserve and a biological field station with laboratories, classrooms and a lodge in the Hudson Highlands, 60 miles north of New York City. The Consortium collaborates with its members – prominent universities, K-12 schools and research institutions – in conducting scientific research, creating education programs for K-16 audiences, and offering resources and support for early-career scientists, including graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
65 Reservoir Road
Cornwall, New York 12518