Teen Camp II: Into the Wild!
For students entering 8th – 10th grade
This exciting new program will take your interest in animals and nature to new heights as we spend 5 days and 5 nights at Reis Biological Station, Saint Louis University’s field research station in the Missouri Ozarks. We will explore forests, fields, springs, creeks and ponds, searching for the creatures that inhabit these ecosystems. Campers will experience a variety of field biology techniques, and will complete a research project during the session. Lodging is in primitive cabins with a central showerhouse and restroom. All meals, lodging and transportation are included.
An application and essay in addition to the camp registration form is required. If you have any questions about the registration process, e-mail the Saint Louis Zoo Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (314) 646-4544, #6.
As of March 28, Teen Camp II still has a few openings. Registrations must be received by June 9!
Limited to 14 campers, selected through an application process. All are welcome to apply, however priority is given to applicants who have attended Teen Camp in the past, and to applicants who did not attend Teen Camp II last year.
Instructors: Seasonal Instructors, Zoo Staff and Zoo ALIVE volunteers
Fee: Zoo Members $600/ General Public $650
Dates/Times: June 29 – July 4; 5 p.m. Sunday – 5 p.m. Friday
For additional information, see Teen Camp II FAQ's.
Zoo ALIVE! - Active Leaders In Volunteer Education
For High School students age 15 and up
Join Zoo ALIVE, the Zoo's year-round volunteer program for teens! Zoo ALIVE volunteers help with Camp KangaZoo, overnight programs, and other awesome Zoo programs and events throughout the year. It's a great way to gain valuable volunteer experience, meet other teens who love animals and kids, learn a lot about wildlife, nature, animal science and the Zoo, enhance your leadership and communication skills and make a difference! Visit the Zoo ALIVE page for more information or come to our open house, Sunday, March 2, 1 - 4 p.m.