Experiential Learning / Trips

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Where in the world . . . ?

See the many places we visited on our extended learning adventures in 2016–17.

Hands-on, project-based learning in classrooms and labs; day and overnight field trips in and around St. Louis; and weeklong outdoor expeditions (Upper School) and curricular trips (Middle School and Grade 5) deepen students’ understanding and uncover new interests and talents.

Such experiential study develops competencies crucial to success in the twenty-first century—scientific inquiry, communication, documentation, presentation, teamwork, reflection, and collaborative leadership. Each year, optional service and study trips for Upper School students also enrich the learning.

(And the good news? These opportunities are integral to our curriculum and made available to enrolled students at no additional fee!)

 

Experiences in the Classroom and Abroad

Enjoy other examples of experiential learning and School trips:

How We Experience Life and Learning

Pre & Lower School

At these levels, it’s about expanding one’s circle from home to family to community—and learning how all the pieces work together.

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Middle School

Project-based learning and inquiry become more challenging and complex in the middle grades as travel horizons widen.

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Upper School

Business proposals, special-effects videos, recreating life in the trenches of World War I . . . the opportunities are boundless.

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