What is California Survival School’s Standards of Behavior Policy?

On California Survival School clinics, classes and trips, all participants are expected to maintain high standards of honor, morality, and integrity. We require participants to abstain from all use of alcohol and harmful drugs for the duration of the clinics, classes, or trips. California Survival School instructors and staff have the sole discretion to remove any participant from a clinic, class, or trip if perceived to be endangering themselves or another California Survival School student or staff member. A participant will be removed if believed to presenting a safety concern, medical risk, behavior problem, engaged in illegal activity, or anything else the staff believes detrimental to the clinic, class, or trip. Participants removed for violation of our standards of behavior policy are not entitled to any refund of class, clinic or trip fees.