At an elevation of 9,200 feet, Keystone Science School’s Pennington Campus is nestled in Colorado’s Snake River Valley. The 23-acre campus is built on the site of the Old Keystone Village, a former railroad and sawmill site, which supported silver and gold mining. Today, majestic mountain ranges provide a dynamic setting for learning about the rich natural and cultural history of Summit County. RA Nelson constructed the 6,000 square-foot office building known as Tieken Place, as well as the 1,000 square-foot Alpine Cabin employee housing.
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With the outdoors as a backdrop for learning, Keystone Science School inspires curiosity and critical thinking through the lens of science to change lives and strengthen communities.