Fourth grade students take an overnight trip to Sacramento, California to learn about government and history. Students will tour Old Town Sacramento, visit the capitol building, and stay at a camp along the American River. Students also visit Sutter's Mill, where they will learn about the gold rush through interactive presentations by pioneers and Native Americans.
Fifth grade students enjoy a three-day trip to Astrocamp, a field science camp in Idyllwild, California. While on their trip, the students get to utilize the Astro Lab, participate in a variety of astronomy classes, traverse the ropes courses and zipline, build and launch bottle rockets, practice archery, experience micro-gravity simulation, and much more.
Sixth grade students take a five-day trip to Catalina Environmental Leadership Program (CELP) in Santa Catalina Island, California. While there, they participate in ocean snorkeling, kayaking, and ropes challenge courses. There are an array of hands-on ocean laboratories where the students will learn about a variety of marine mammals.
Seventh grade students experience a six-day trip to Boston, Massachusetts. Students embark on a STEM-centered historical tour visiting sites, such as Plymouth Plantation, the Freedom Trail, and the Museum of Science.
Eighth grade students travel for a six-day trip to the east coast, visiting Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania. Students will visit sites, such as National Mall, Colonial Williamsburg, and Monticello. While in Pennsylvania, students will embark on historical tours of Gettysburg and Jamestown.
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