Mission Peak Leadership Camp

We exist to empower all student leaders to affect positive change in their schools.

Leadership in Unexpected Places

AWSL's first new leadership camp since 2011, Mission Peak focuses on developing leaders regardless of their experience level, spending time with school groups and specific group organizations, developing skills to create programs that will meet the needs of their schools. In this intensive program, students are expected to participate, practice, and apply their new skills during structured, hands-on, experiential camp activities.

This camp is for student leaders from all programs, clubs and activities.

ASB, Link Crew, Leadership, Band, DECA, Cheerleading, Sports, Choir, Drama, FCA, GSA, Debate, FFA, FBLA, Dance Team, Colorguard, Orchestra, AVID, etc. All student leaders are welcome and urged to attend. We are encouraging schools to send at least two delegates from each club/activity with no more than 16 students per school (e.g. two from DECA, two from Performing Arts, four from Marching Band and three from Volleyball and five from ASB/Leadership for a sixteen student school delegation).

Students work with their own school delegation, as well as delegates from other schools at various times throughout camp. Delegates are guided in personal development as leaders by our Student Leadership Challenge curriculum, and teams leave with excitement, enthusiasm and skills for the upcoming school year.

Introduction to Mission Peak


co-directors Amanda St Pierre, Rachel Obenchain and James Layman


Chewelah Peak Learning Center - Chewelah, WA



Mission Peak will hold its first camp session in summer of 2017 from June 26 - July 1.


See our Registration Forms page to register for Mission Peak.