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Explore the answers to frequently asked questions about the Gone Boarding program.

Getting involved with Gone Boarding is easy! Simply reach out to us through our website or contact us directly to discuss partnership opportunities. We work with schools of all sizes to tailor programs that meet their specific needs and goals.

How can my school get involved with Gone Boarding?

No, a traditional wood shop is not required for running our program at your school! Many schools successfully operate Gone Boarding programs out of traditional classrooms by creatively transforming them into spaces for designing and building boards. Our program emphasizes creativity and innovation, allowing schools to bring Gone Boarding to life in their unique environments.

Does my school need a traditional woodshop to run Gone Boarding?

No prior background in the board industry is necessary! We offer professional development training for all our teachers to acquire the skills needed to teach the course effectively. Our ongoing support ensures teachers receive guidance throughout their journey. Additionally, we provide all the materials necessary to run the program smoothly.

Is prior experience in building or riding boards necessary to teach Gone Boarding?

The cost of the Gone Boarding program varies based on factors such as the specific builds you choose and the number of students in the program. We tailor packages to suit your needs and budget. Contact us today to begin the customization process.

What is the pricing structure for the Gone Boarding program?

Students have the opportunity to earn credits through Gone Boarding across various areas, tailored to their individual needs. We collaborate with schools to ensure credits are available in the most advantageous areas. Presently, schools running the program offer credits in subjects such as Math, Visual/Applied Arts, Physical Education, Science, Career and Technical Education (CTE), and elective courses.

What types of credits can participants earn through this course?

Gone Boarding is implemented in both middle schools and high schools, offering customized programs and experiences designed to meet the needs of students at various stages of their educational journey.

Which grade levels does Gone Boarding run through?

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