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A field trip is one of the best tools that we can use to provide every student with real-world experiences. When students leave the classroom, they see the connections between what is happening at school and in the ‘real-world’. They begin to see that what they learn within the walls of the classroom can help them solve the problems they see in the world around them and can have a direct impact on who they become as people.  Students who go on field trips become more empathetic and tolerant. Field trips and hands on learning make concepts more memorable. Just think back to what you learned in school, the field trips you took, and what you learned on them are still some of the clearest concepts.

6th Grade Field Trips include:

Coco Cola Space Science Center

Global Village (Habitat for Humanity)

Providence Canyon

Rock Ranch: GA Rock Museum

Previous Years:

AMC Movie: Hidden Figures

River Center: Lightening Thief

Center for Puppetry Arts


7th Grade Field Trips include:

Bodies Exhibit (Atlanta, GA)

AMC Movie: Wrinkle in Time

8th Grade Field Trips include:

Hardaway One Act Play

Floating Classroom (LaGrange, GA)

Renaissance Festival

Previous Years:

Springer: West Side Story

Springer: Of Mice and Men

Stone Mountain

State Capitol



Connection Field Trips include:

Valdosta Festival followed by free time at Wild Adventures Park