Our 9th-11th grade students had the opportunity to expand their educational opportunities outside the classroom through off-site field trips earlier this week.
The freshmen explored Jamestown, VA and had a hands-on science experience at the Dominion Nuclear Power Plant.
Our sophomores traveled to the Creation Museum where they had the opportunity to learn more about God’s creation.
Finally, our juniors toured our nation’s capital visiting several monuments, Arlington National Cemetery, the Pentagon, Capitol and Smithsonian followed by a stop at Mt. Vernon.
Each group was given an assignment to complete as part of their trip. Not only was this a wonderful educational experience, but it was also a time for the students to draw closer together as a class. Many fond memories were made during this time.
We are thankful for the opportunities our students have to learn both in and out of the classroom.
Check out our Facebook page for pictures from the field trips.