CaveSim is based in Colorado, but we travel around the US for school and general-public programs. Our school programs are aligned with Next Gen Science Standards and Common Core as outlined in the documents below. Please click below to see what each part of our program looks like:
We've had the privileged of doing some truly wonderful programs around the country, as shown by the photos below. We're excited about working with you, too. Reach out to Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org to talk about how we can partner with you.
Above, having fun learning physics at Centennial Elementary School. Photo by school staff.
Above, students enjoyed CaveSim at John Ross Elementary School. Below, students at Centennial Elementary learning about geology and chemistry.
Just finishing a great trip through CaveSim at Grove Upper Elementary School. Photo by 6th grade teacher Kim Hampton, September 2018.
Students at Grove High School are eager to learn about bat skeletal morphology from CaveSim lead educator Dave Jackson. Photo by CaveSim staffer Mary Hicks, October 2018.
Grove HS students work with Dave on their cave biota lab experiments. Photo by CaveSim staffer Mary Hicks, October 2018.
Grove HS students get a hands-on physics lesson involving friction and vertical caving rope. Photo by CaveSim staffer Mary Hicks, October 2018.
Claire has fun exploring CaveSim at a free public program at Science Museum Oklahoma. Photo by Amy Hall, May 2017.
A Grove HS student learns first-hand about vertical caving on the 12' CaveSim tower. Photo by CaveSim volunteer Paul Schwotzer, May 2017.