Pivot High School/Pivot Middle School Starts Outdoor Education Program with 1Revolution Adventure Friday

1Revolution Adventure Fridays are a fun way for students to get some exercise and important time in nature, make new friends, and earn important hours toward your community service requirement. Each weekly adventure will visit a local park or wild spot where the group will play games, tackle challenges, and explore an incredible Sonoma County landscape. Lead by world-class guides expert in facilitating fun and safe programs, Adventure Fridays are for EVERYONE. No experience necessary!


Important: Programs are offered Rain or Shine. Students need to bring food (lunch, morning and afternoon snacks), water, and extra layers in a daypack. For safety reasons and to encourage full participation without distraction no phones or other media devices allowed.


See below for our scheduled outings this year.


Friday, February 24th (High School) and March 3rd (Middle School)

Bodega Dunes

The Dunes provide an amazing opportunity to lose your self in fun and natural beauty. Program activities include boogie boarding down dunes, playing capture the flag, beach combing along the ocean’s edge, and generally experiencing an awesome environment.


Friday, March 17th (High School) and March 31st (Middle School)

Armstrong Woods

We will explore this amazing redwood grove and have a great adventure as we do it. Surrounded by centuries old giants the group will enjoy a mix of exploration, games, and group challenges.


Friday, April 14th (High School) and April 28th (Middle School)

Goat Rock/Sunset Boulders

This is a day of rock climbing and/or rappelling along the Sonoma Coast. Our expert guides will safely lead students through an introduction to rock climbing basics. As time allows, we will also visit the Goat Rock beach and take in the amazing scenery and sea lion habitat.


Friday, May 12th (High School) and May 26th (Middle School)

Russian River

This will be a culminating celebration and fun day on the River. Based out of Patterson Point Preserve just west of Monte Rio students will have a chance to take in some sun, swim and play, and stand-up paddleboard. (We will thoroughly supervise all activity and give participants a swim test to assess competency in the water. Regardless, participants will wear asked to wear a personal flotation device.)