School gardens are the outdoor classrooms where GSE educators lead students in activities that illustrate the connections between their gardens and global environmental issues.
We provide free after-school courses in each partner high school every week of the school year.
Students learn about sustainable agriculture and nutrition while cultivating healthy produce for use in school lunches or for local communities.
Find our school gardens by region
Looking to bring GSE to your school?
Global Student Embassy partners closely with over 18 public high schools in Northern California to bring powerful environmental leadership and cultural exchange programs to students. From our local roots in Northern California to our international partner communities in Nicaragua, and Ecuador, GSE works with high school, university, as well as with the educators, administrators
and communities supporting their schools.
Teachers from our partner schools serve as trip leaders over spring break and summer and support during and after-school workshops facilitated by our Program Coordinators.
Our impact wouldn’t be possible without the tremendous support of teachers locally and internationally, contact our program director, Tricia Johnson, to learn how you can bring GSE’s programming to your school.