Student sitting in the quad calling their representatives

In high school, a donut bribe goes a long way. This year, the CRMS Environmental Club has a new focus: political action. Every Wednesday after household jobs, you can find…

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Around 8 p.m. on a Saturday, an unsuspecting Mexican restaurant in Montrose, Colorado, was swarmed with about 40 sweaty teenage rock climbers from Carbondale. The line of bright blue t-shirts…

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CRMS partnered with Aspen Valley Land Trust to work on a Riparian Restoration Project on the north end of campus.  Click here to view “The Point” a video produced by…

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When you first hear that your student is spending time at a place called “Tick Ridge,” you might be inclined to wonder if bug spray is mandatory. While the longtime…

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Here at Colorado Rocky Mountain School, we have been venturing into the outdoors since our founding in 1953. In the early days, the school piled everyone into the back of…

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Perched as they are at the confluence of the Crystal and Roaring Fork Rivers, it is fitting that the ninth grade class at the Colorado Rocky Mountain School have found…

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If you see a student pedaling a yellow cruiser bike around campus and then see another student pedaling a yellow cruiser bike around campus, don’t worry. You’re not seeing double.…

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