Information for MLS Participants
Individual Online Registration REQUIRED for ALL Participants
All MLS participants (Parents, Chaperones and Students) are required to complete this process 2 weeks prior to your trip in order to participate in the Mountain Lab School.
Online Registration Directions
- Click on the Register Now link below or go to https://idrahaje.campbrainregistration.com/
- Create an account or sign in
- Choose “Schools-_____Mountain Lab School & Homeschool Days” and start your “application”
- On Step 1, sign up each participant, including parent chaperones
- On Step 2, add the correct School Group or Program to your cart and choose any applicable “Session Options” for each participant
- Step 3 requires you to fill out required forms for each participant
- Steps 4 & 5 involve payment if required
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be operating under the guidance of our local county health department (Park County). If a group attending has more restrictive protocols in place, we will work with the school administration to adapt our services to the best of our ability.
We want to make sure that parents and students are prepared for the Mountain Lab School experience. Before making the trek into the mountains, make sure you pack all required items as listed in one of the links below.
Important Note about Food Allergies and Special Diets
IdRaHaJe is a completely nut free facility. If any participant needs a gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, or vegan diet, our kitchens can accommodate these with at least two weeks advance notice and for an additional fee of $2/meal. Please select this option during online registration. If a participant has dietary restrictions that go beyond the scope of what our kitchens can provide, please contact our Food Service Supervisor at email@example.com at least two weeks prior to arrival at IdRaHaJe.
If you do not want to pay an additional fee, you can pack your own substitutes for meals. Please clearly communicate that plan on your online registration and email our Food Service Supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a menu.
I notice you are a Christian ministry. Are public schools and non-religious groups able to come, and will they be proselytized for the Christian faith while there?
We gladly welcome non-religious schools and educational groups to participate in our outdoor education programs; we have been serving public school groups for over 35 years. For such groups, we do not teach curricula from a Christian perspective, and nor is it our goal to proselytize our non-religious schools. Our goal is to provide an engaging outdoor educational experience characterized by excellence and exceptional customer service. We value every guest and treat each person that participates in our Mountain Lab School Program with dignity and respect.