Programs for schools and community groups

School aged kids at AHS.

Animal Humane Society is thrilled to engage with students within and outside of the classroom. Whether your class, community group, or scout group wants to visit us at one of our shelter locations or invite AHS to your school or program site, our Humane Education team will introduce your students to AHS and animal welfare topics through fun, educational activities.

Scout programs

Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts groups are invited to visit AHS for interactive, animal-themed scout programs complete with a badge.

Visits to AHS

Field trips and student groups

Group education programs at AHS feature interactive, educational presentations and are hosted at our shelter locations for students in grades K-12. 

Shelter tours

Visit our shelter for a group tour of the adoption floor. Shelter tours can be added to group education programs.

On-location and virtual programs

Connect with an educator

Invite an AHS educator to join you in-person or virtually to learn about AHS and the many ways we provide care and services to our community. Sessions include time for Q&A and a potential appearance by an AHS animal ambassador.

Educator resources

Students looking to gather information for a school project or complete a service project can review our educator resources or contact our Humane Education team. We also provide a variety of virtual learning activities for learning from the comfort of home or the classroom.


Review our education program policies and FAQs. For additional information, please complete our contact form.