Excerpted from a speech written by Brendis Gonzalez, an alumna of and teacher at a NYC Outward Bound School in Washington Heights, for our 2018 gala.
Read Richard Stopol’s collection of essays “Education the Outward Bound Way.”
Ish, a former student, needed some guidance (and encouragement) from his NYC Outward Bound Schools mentor to make the next step in his college career.
How do you address tragedy in the the classroom? West End Secondary knew they had to try.
Check out this Choreopoem written by MELS’ class of 2021, peformed at the 2018 Gala.
Read NYC Outward Bound Schools student Tafura Taslima speech about learning to be a kid again.
NYC Outward Bound Schools student Anna Vera spoke about being a student at Leaders High School at our 2018 Gala.
Written by Daunte, Senior at Gaynor McCown School, a NYC Outward Bound School The power of group collaboration has always amazed me. People of various backgrounds coming together all trying to achieve a single goal showed me that people can do anything they put their minds to. During my time at Gaynor McCown, I saw […]
By Malala, Senior at The James Baldwin School, a NYC Outward Bound School Imagine a day where your whole school is cheering you on in a event symbolizing your entrance into adulthood. Sounds unconventional, yet inspiring. I go to The James Baldwin School. Seniors at James Baldwin are of all ages and come from different backgrounds. And […]
Read NYC Outward Bound Schools alum and current board member Quemuel Arroyo’s reflections on overcoming his limits.