Pigeon Point Chaperones

Thank you for volunteering to be a chaperone for your student’s class trip to Exploring New Horizons Outdoor Schools at Pigeon Point. The Pigeon Point program offers two and three day programs to students K-8 from all over California. Based at the Pigeon Point Lighthouse, students and chaperones stay in accommodations on the Pacific Ocean provided by Hostelling International.


Parent chaperone volunteers help supervise the class both at the lighthouse and at the various teaching locations, and are responsible for the well being and safety for the students throughout their entire stay. Parent chaperones are often responsible for the safe transport of students to and from the teaching locations. This volunteer opportunity rewards chaperones with the smiles of students visiting new places, new experiences in nature, and enjoying the experience with your child’s class that creates memories that will last a lifetime.




For more information on the duties and and responsibilities of being a parent chaperone at Pigeon Point, please see the Chaperone Duties Handbook and feel free to e-mail the Pigeon Point Program Director, Chelsea Wright with any questions you may have about being a chaperone for your child’s school.