Three museums, historic farm buildings, nature trails,
gardens and open space.
The Center for Civic Impact
School Programs at Morven Park
We believe that all youth need opportunities to prepare and practice for lives as citizens in a healthy democracy. Our school programs focus on developing four core characteristics of an active, effective, and informed citizenry. These core principles are woven into each of our programs so that all students are equipped with the right tools to make their impact.
Knowing their voice matters.
Examining current issues.
Making an Impact.
Programs teach students to take action to positively affect their environment, community and democracy starting as early as kindergarten and continuing well beyond high school graduation.
To reserve a program or to learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-777-2414, ext. 6617.
Elementary School Programs
Trees Along the Trail (K-1st grade)
Can’t Blow My House Down (2nd grade)
Meadows, Milkweed, and Monarchs – Oh My! (2nd grade)
Soil Scientists (3rd grade)
History Detectives (4th grade)
5th Grade Program Coming Soon!
Middle School Programs
The Kitchen Table (6th & 7th grade)
The Good Citizenship Project (8th grade)
Teen Advisors on Local Policy (TAP) (8th grade)
High School Programs
Someone Else’s Shoes (9th & 10th grade)
Balancing Act (9th-11th grade)
The Advocacy Game (11th grade)
12th Grade Program Coming Soon!