What You'll Get
- $190 for one team registration for The Teen Adventure Challenge ($350 value)
On March 21 teams—each composed of four middle- or high-school students and one adult mentor—gather at the Hansen Dam Aquatic Center for The Teen Adventure Challenge. The challenge includes kayaking, mountain-biking, and rock-climbing portions, as well as a series of of team-building exercises.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 22, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Registration required. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Includes 4 teens and one adult, voucher has no value after event date, valid for first time participants or those who haven't participated in the last year. Each participant must print, sign and submit this liability waiver via fax or email by the day of the event: http://teenadventurechallenge.com/liability-waiver/ Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
More than 20,000 students per year learn something new—from karate skills to calculus—through arc. Its award-winning educational programs have been inspiring California kids since 2001. Their mission is to bridge the opportunity gap by creating transformational learning opportunities that empower youth to realize their full potential. Check out our arc FAQs below.
How old are arc students?
They range from elementary school students to high schoolers.
arc hosts enrichment classes, right?
Yep, and enrichment camps, too, for when kids are on break from school. They're all segmented by age, and cover topics like robotics, photography, theater, and hip-hop dance.
What if my kid needs some fresh air?
Check out the Great Outdoor Adventure Leadership Series (G.O.A.L.S.) for middle schoolers and high schoolers. Students in the series explore some of Southern California's most rugged terrain through rock climbing, hiking, and kayak programs.
This is awesome, but my kid needs help with homework assignments. Can that happen?
Yes. arc facilitates peer-to-peer tutoring, credit recovery classes, and morning homework sessions called "Breakfast Clubs."