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Programs for Teens & Children


Programs for teens and children take shape at MOR - from after school programs and homeschool classes, to drop in Junior Ranger programs with National Park Service Rangers.  Events and classes are designed to inspire the next generation of scientists, explorers, and thinkers.  Spend your school years and summers with the education team at Museum of the Rockies!

Museum of the Rockies is Bozeman's Best Place for Kids' Activities, eight years running!

 

School's Out Days
When school is out, explore at MOR.  From fall PIR days to spring break, MOR is the place to be.

 

Homeschool Courses
Designed to provide local families with access to museum resources, homeschool programs dive deep into specific themes.
Investigating a Roman Villa (Grades 1- 5) - Mondays, October 17 - November 14, 2016 (5 weeks)
Investigating a Roman Villa (Grades 6 - 8) - Tuesdays, October 18 - November 15, 2016 (5 weeks)

 

Summer Camps
Geared towards students entering 1st – 8th grade in the upcoming school year, the Museum’s quality summer camps inspire and stimulate learning. Explore a broad range of topics covering MOR’s most popular exhibits while meeting new friends, creating original crafts, and learning new games.

 

What parents say about MOR programs for teens & children:

"She loved learning. Kids are smart, and it was so refreshing to see her challenged and excited about science. Also, your staff was the best!!!" - Parent, 2014

What did your child enjoy the most about their MOR summer camp experience? 
"The hands-on experiments. He is still talking about most of them in great detail. I have not seen him this excited after a camp before. You all did an amazing job! He enjoyed the kids but, he really liked having adult interactions - he was able to ask questions and gain additional information." - Parent, 2014

 

For a current listing of program dates and registration, please visit the Calendar page.

MOR is committed to keeping all programs accessible. Scholarships are available for all children's classes, including teen programs, to both members and non-members of all economic statuses through the Allan and Anna Lee Roush Learn MOR Scholarship Fund.

To apply for a scholarship, please fill out the form, accessible here:

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Learn MOR Scholarship Application

Thanks to the Learn MOR Scholarship Fund, established in 2009 by Allan and Anna Lee Roush, the Museum awards scholarships to deserving children for all types of programming.

MOR strongly believes all children should have access to museum programming, regardless of membership or financial status. Scholarships are based on need. All families in need of support are welcomed to complete a scholarship form.

This form must be complete to be processed. Scholarship approval is not guaranteed by completing this form.

ALL INFORMATION IS CONFIDENTIAL.

CHILD'S BASIC INFORMATION

Please provide the following information about the CHILD who would receive this scholarship.

 

PARENT/GUARDIAN INFORMATION

Please provide the following information about the parent(s)/guardian(s).

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HOUSEHOLD MONTHLY INCOME

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Please provide us with the details and amounts of income or assistance you currently receive for:

Is there anything else you would like us to know about your family situation (including illnesses, divorces, etc.)?

 
 

PROGRAM INFORMATION

What program(s) are you seeking a scholarship for?

 

 

Please have your child respond to the following question:

 

VERIFICATION OF INFORMATION PROVIDED

By submitting this form, you acknowledge that all information provided on this form is accurate and complete.