Outdoor Education

Students Return from Fall Outdoor Ed Trips with Stories of Adventure and Independence

Students in grades four through eight returned to campus last week after embarking on several unique Fall Outdoor Education trips. Accompanied by faculty and parent chaperones, each grade level camped under the stars and experienced a taste of California’s diverse ecosystems.

Educational expeditions varied from exploring the jagged geography of Mono Lake to traversing the conifer forests of Yosemite National Park. Eighth graders gained a newfound sense of self-reliance as they backpacked and camped along the winding trails of Point Reyes, while fifth graders worked in teams to study tide pools on the beaches of Santa Cruz.

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