The Alabama 4-H Science School curriculum grid provides a snapshot of what we teach.
Growing Alabama’s Future: Alabama 4-H seeks to empower youth with the skills to lead our communities, our state, our nation, and our world. Alabama 4-H will reflect the population demographics, vulnerable populations, diverse needs, and social conditions of the state.
Delivery Modes: CL=Clubs, IS=In School, E=Enrichment, CP=Camping
4-H Curriculum–Alabama 4-H Science School
|Alabama 4-H Supported Curriculum/Resources||Program Desciption||Suggested Ages|
|4-H Summer Camp||Teaches campers how to safely enjoy sports and the outdoors, team-building skills, and camp traditions. (CP)||9–14|
|Counselor In Training (CIT)||This program is specifically targeted to reach 15-17 year old youth with a desire to one day become a camp counselor. (CP)||15–17|
|Camp Counselors||A full summer camp counselor program once the youth turn 18 that involves our best and brightest in all aspects of 4-H Summer Camp operations. Camp counselors receive pay as well as room and board.||18+|
|Alabama 4-H Science School||Teaches youth environmental education through outdoor adventures and science classes (1-3 day programs). Classes are correlated with the Alabama Course of Study in the areas of Science, Social Studies, Physical Education, Language Arts, and Math. (CL, IS, CP)||7–18|
|Herp Journey||Teaches participants about Alabama's native species of reptiles and amphibians through live animal interpretation. (CL, IS, E, CP)||5–18|
|Raptor Trek||Teaches youth about Alabama's native species of raptors and their conservation challenges through live animal interpretation. (CL, IS, E, CP)||5–18|