Touring the center for urban agriculture at the U of G

Touring the Center for Urban Agriculture at the University of Guelph

CELP, also known as Community Environmental Leadership Program, is offered to students in Grade 10. Each student who participates earns four high school credits, including Grade 10 English, Physical Education, Careers and Civics, and Grade 11 Interdisciplinary Studies.

For students entering Grade 12 the program is called Headwaters. Students are not required to have completed the 10th Grade Program in order to apply for Headwaters. Credits earned include Grade 12 University or College English, Interdisciplinary Studies, Environmental Resource Management, and Physical Education.

The glow of our winter tents under the Algonquin stars

CELP, also known as Community Environmental Leadership Program, is offered to students in Grade 10. Each student who participates earns four high school credits, including Grade 10 English, Physical Education, Careers and Civics, and Grade 11 Interdisciplinary Studies.

For students entering Grade 12 the program is called Headwaters. Students are not required to have completed the 10th Grade Program in order to apply for Headwaters. Credits earned include Grade 12 University or College English, Interdisciplinary Studies, Environmental Resource Management, and Physical Education.

green wall at city of guelph

Checking out the green wall at Guelph City Hall

Since 1995, the Community Environmental Leadership Program (CELP) has been paving the way in alternative and experiential education for high school students throughout the city of Guelph.

The program, which has an emphasis on outdoor education, building leadership skills, community engagement, and mentorship, is available to all students in Guelph entering the 10th and 12th Grades.