At every level, students leave the walls of the classroom and travel to the fascinating classroom that the world provides. In the Grammar school years (K-5), students participate in frequent trips which include nature studies in the field, symphonies, plays, art museums, historical sites, farms, and much more.
The sixth grade takes several days each year to go to Junction and enjoy the Texas Tech Outdoor Learning Center. The children and parents alike find the experience fascinating.
Beginning in seventh grade and continuing through the senior year, students take class trips which enhance some aspect of the studies which have occupied their classroom and home reading and studying. Class trips for the junior high level focus on Texas and include several days in Houston/Galveston (7th grade) or Ft. Davis area/McDonald Observatory (8th grade). The 9th grade travels to a camp site and comes together to study Christian world view and grow together through challenges, games, and conversation as they learn more about God and truth. The 10th grade travels to the Grand Canyon; 11th grade to Washington, D.C., and after graduation, the seniors typically travel to Europe [England, Italy, or France]. All trips bring classroom studies to life, develop closer community among classmates, parent chaperones and faculty, and leave lasting impressions for every student.