9th – 12th Grade

The Horizon program is designed for youth in 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. Horizon teens are encouraged to participate in activities as individual members or with other group members. In the Horizon program, teens are given the opportunity to create and build their own horizons or their own futures. Activities are design to examine ideas, values, morals, and experiences. “Reflection” projects provide focus for teens on self choices and decisions, future goals and planning, and self reliance skills. Teens typically being working toward the Wohelo Award in Horizon.

Horizon participants are encouraged to explore opportunities for life after high school – lifestyles, career directions, and hobbies. Members use personal skills through community involvement and sharing expertise.

Camp Fire  programs are designed to deliver asset-based, measurable outcomes for both youth and adults. They are based on the 40 Developmental Assets, as defined by the Search Institute, a widely respected research organization. These assets are positive experiences, opportunities and personal qualities that all children and adolescents need to become responsible, successful and caring adults. Kids discover and build their own developmental assets in Camp Fire  every day through clubs, camping and other activities!

Program Outcomes:

  • Empathy, sensitivity and friendship skills
  • Knowledge of, and comfort with people of different backgrounds
  • Receives support from three or more non-parent adults
  • Resist negative peer pressure and dangerous situations
  • Seeks to resolve conflict nonviolently
  • Knows how to plan ahead and make choices
  • Feels they have control over “things that happen to me”
  • Places high value on helping the environment and nature

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