About This Blog

Welcome to the NC Outward Bound School Blog Spot!

Looking for a refreshing, new perspective on what it means to go Outward Bound? You have come to the right place. This blog is a place for our alumni to share their experiences from their Outward Bound expedition with others. It is written by alumni, for alumni – we just provide the space.

We have a wide variety of readers, from students and families who have not yet been on course and want more information before they too, become alums, to those who have been on course and want to connect with their NCOBS community to share stories from their expeditions.

Tell us your story and get published on our blog! Find out how.

North Carolina Outward Bound School (NCOBS) is a not for profit educational organization that serves people of all ages and backgrounds through challenging learning expeditions that focus on character development, leadership and service. As the pioneer and leading provider of experiential and outdoor education NCOBS helps individuals and teams discover strength of character and an aptitude for leadership needed to serve others in their community and care for the world around them. North Carolina Outward Bound is part of a national network of Outward Bound Schools in the United States. Find out more about NCOBS by visiting our website.

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  1. Hi, I am so happy to see this blog. I am an alum of NCOBS. I had, what remains, the best experience of my life in 1985 when I made the awesome decision to do the Three month Odyessy Semester course. Our trip originated in Ashville, NC. We travelled up to Florida for an expedition in the Everglades, then we went Mexico to do service projects and climb two Volcanoes. It was immediately following the devastating Earthquake. I have not been able to find any of my crew. I would love to hear from anyone. Our instructors were Martha, Mat and Ken. Our crew was Chris, Haynes, Stewart, Peter, Leah, Leslie, Whitney, Jacky, Dawn, Greg (aka Ninja), Kerry and me Gina!

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