Hands-on Learning Experiences
Rabun Gap students learn by doing. Our 1,400 acre campus provides a classroom without walls where experiential learning opportunities abound. Students help harvest honey from on-campus hives and study the effects of forest fires on surrounding mountain land. They build castles, launch rockets, write books, design toys, and cook recipes from around the world. Our faculty believes in taking learning beyond facts and figures to foster imaginative exploration in all subjects.