Currently unavailable: Preschoolers can participate in specially designed programs for little hands, enthusiastic spirits and young minds! Students will sing songs and learn rhymes and take a short hike to explore seasonal changes first hand in this 1.5 hour program!
Students can participate in a variety of hands-on programs, including learning about animal shelters and their architects, the rare Black Oak Savannah, the importance of soil, the water bodies of High Park and the history of the land where the park is situated.
Students can participate in a variety of programs, including taking a deep dive into understanding the importance of the park's water bodies and critically exploring the rich history of the land where High Park stands today.
Our At School in High Park (ASiHP) program is specially designed for alternative schools that wish to schedule weekly programs with the High Park Nature Centre.
The High Park Nature Centre’s Adopt-A-Class programs bring children and youth from schools and groups in Toronto’s underserved, high priority neighbourhoods to High Park to participate in curriculum-linked outdoor programs at no cost to students!