Summit Historical Society

School Programs


School Programs
Summit Historical Society offers various educational programs for students year round. Please fill out the form below to inquire about a reservation, and a member of our staff will be in touch. You may also call (970) 468-2207 with any questions.
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Moving Day

4th grade students learn about the six people groups who were in Colorado around the mid 19th century. Hands on, interactive, in classroom or online.

1 1/4 hours.

Free to public, private, and homeschool.

Program developed by History Colorado, and we are their Summit County educators. Inquire below.

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Ute Knowledge of STEM

4th and 5th graders learn about Colorados native peoples, the Utes and how they used STEM in their daily lives.

Program developed by History Colorado with a NSF grant and led in Summit County by SHS educators.

Free. Inquire below.

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Life in 1900

1883 Dillon Campus School Group Activity. School groups can have a special two hour tour and hands on activities such as rope making, home chores, carrying water, handwriting, map reading in our historic buildings.

Reservations required. K-6 grades.

Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and other groups are welcome. Inquire below.

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Ranching in Summit County

1919 Rice Barn tour and hands on activities. Summit Cove area, accessible by Summit Stage and 5 minute walk.

1- 1 1/2 hour.

Reservation required.

Educational program can be customized for group upon request. Inquire below.