Outdoor Education is a course offered to all grade 7-9 students at CLJHS. This course combines opportunities for students to experience leadership and outdoor education inside and outside of the school. The course teaches students to become clear thinker and enlightened citizens who participate in decisions regarding the school and society. Students will have to opportunity to learn about various organizations in the community, to investigate and analyze issues in the community, and learn to work together to create solutions. This may range from solving the shortage in the community food bank, to working with senior citizens to bridge the intergenerational gaps, and to learning about empathy for animals, just to name a few. CLJHS students have the opportunity to initiate many citizenship projects to positively impact the community both locally and globally.