• Mount Rushmore, Washington, Jefferson, T. Roosevelt, Lincoln framed by ponderosa pine trees under a bright blue sky.

    Mount Rushmore

    National Memorial South Dakota

Rangers in the Classroom

Ranger visiting a second grade class.

Ranger visiting a second grade class.

NPS Photo

Mount Rushmore Rangers In The Classroom

All programs are based on South Dakota and national curriculum standards

  • For 2013, interactive programs are available for second grade through high school.
  • All programs are free
  • Programs are available to schools within a 40-mile radius of the park

To request a ranger program, please fill out the reservation form below and submit by fax or email. Please contact us with any questions concerning our classroom programs.

2013 Mount Rushmore Education Program Newsletter (1.45 MB PDF)

2013 Rangers in the Classroom application (75 KB PDF)

Tips for filling out the Reservation Form:

  • Save the pdf form to your computer
  • Fill it out electronically and save your work
  • Attach the completed form to an email or
  • Print and fax the completed form

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Mountain Goats are not native to the Black Hills. The population can be traced back to six goats, a gift to Custer State Park by Canada in 1924, that escaped from their pens and found their home among the granite peaks of the Black Hills. There are now approximately 200 mountain goats in the area.