Distance Learning


Helping students stay connected to school.

What You Need to Know


What: Our program provides students with supervision, assistance logging on to virtual classrooms, help with time management, a meal*, and outdoor adventures as they complete their remote learning assignments. Our Outdoor Education department staff will help your child connect with his/her teachers and curriculum as well as providing opportunities for social development and fun.

Grades: 3rd through 12th**

Where: Mile High Pines Camp, 42739 State Hwy 38, Angelus Oaks CA 92305 

When: Registration is open NOW until full!


If your child needs to be dropped off or picked up outside of these times, please contact Program Admin promptly. A small fee may apply.





*Full Day program only. 

**If your child is in Kindergarten through 2nd, please contact us to discuss enrollment accommodations; a fee will apply. All kindergarteners will be assigned to our Half Day programs.

 Full Day, 7:30am-5:30pm

 Half Day, 7:30am-12:00pm

When are payments due?

Payment for the following week is due on Friday by EOD, we accept cash or check.

What should my child bring?

MHP will provide WiFi for internet access, however participants should bring everything they will need to complete their schoolwork assignments and participate in the adventure activities, including but not limited to:

  • Computer, laptop, tablet, etc.*
  • Writing utensils
  • Paper, notebooks, glue, scissors, etc.
  • Backpack
  • Headphones*
  • Face mask/shield/covering*
  • Water bottle*
  • Clothing that is weather appropriate
  • Closed-toe shoes*
  • Medications (as needed)
  • Supplementary diet items (as needed)
*Required item.

What is your refund policy?

Any absences that are due to a natural disaster will be refunded.

What is the disciplinary system like?

The following violations are grounds for immediate dismissal: 1. Fighting or stealing 2. Any activity that is inherently dangerous to self or others 3. Outright defiance 4. Intentionally destroying property 5. Other behaviors at the discretion of the Program Admin

All other behavioral issues will receive one warning (both verbal and written) followed by a parental consult for pervasive misbehavior. We will not dimiss a child from the program without contacting parents first.

What if my child gets dismissed from the program prematurely?

If your child is dismissed due to illness, injury, or behavioral issues we ask that you pick your child up immediately.

Will medical care be provided? Can my child bring medication?

Our staff are certified in various levels of First Aid & CPR and will act according to their training as needed. If your child takes routine medication during the day or has emergency, as-needed medications (e.g. inhaler, EpiPen) please ensure that your child brings these with them and that they have been disclosed on the Registration Form. Our staff will supervise and/or aid your child in the administration of their own medication. Mile High Pines Camp will not provide medication for participants.

Is lunch included?

Yes, if your child is enrolled in our Full Day programming, lunch is included. Snacks will also be provided throughout the day. If your child has special dietary considerations that will require accomodations, we ask that the parent/guardian maintain responsibility for sending supplementary food items with your child or that you make accommodation arrangements with MHP in advance. Do not send food that contains peanut butter or nuts. Food must also be ready to serve, as warming is not available.

Can I switch my child's learning pod from week to week?

Because we are using the pod system, participants must stay in their originally assigned pods to limit exposure to other participants. Therefore, we cannot accomodate weekly switches. However, please contact us if there are extenuating circumstances that make this necessary for your child, our goal is to find solutions that work best for your child.

Are cell phones allowed?

No, cell phones are not permitted. All cell phones found will be confiscated and returned to the parent/guardian at pick up; a behavioral warning will also be issued. If you need to get in contact with your child, please call the Office at (909) 794-2824.

What adventure activities will be offered?

From hiking and archery to rock climbing and ropes courses, participatns will get a chance to partake in the best of what MHP has to offer.

Are masks required?

Yes, all participants and MHP staff are required to wear a face covering when in close proximity to others. However, during adventure activities, face coverings are optional provided that the activity is outdoors and that a distance of 6ft is maintained between participants.

What's a learning pod?

A learning pod is an assigned group of students that will remain together for their distance learning, adventure activities, and meals for the duration of their participation in the program. Each pod has an assigned Proctor who will assist participants with their distance learning needs, supervise meals, and lead said adventure activites. Proctors are members of MHP staff within the Outdoor Education Department who have previous formal or informal teaching experience.

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