The Outdoor Education program provides fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth graders an opportunity for extended hands-on learning. The students currently travel to Astrocamp in fifth grade, Alpine Meadows in sixth grade, Joshua Tree in seventh grade, and the Lower Colorado River in eighth grade. Outdoor Education expands the limits of the classroom through exploration of the natural surroundings of Southern California. Students learn the power of teamwork and perseverance through new challenges by participating in activities such as rock climbing, hiking, archery, and canoeing. These trips provide the chance for students to bond with one another and their teachers while being immersed in nature.