Students are able to apply what they learn in the classroom to the world outside through our extensive field trip program.
Woodland’s Outdoor Education program is directly tied to grade-level curriculum while reinforcing the relevance of the natural world to learning in the classroom and beyond.
Lower School Field Trips
Lower School students participate in a number of day and overnight trips, including trips to the San Francisco Symphony, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Coloma, Hidden Villa Farm, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Intel Museum, and the Lawrence Hall of Science.
Middle School Field Trips & Global Travel
In the Spring, our 8th grade students travel abroad to complete a service-learning trip in a developing nation. Students have previously traveled to Ecuador where they stayed in a remote village to help locals build a school and to look at methods of providing villages with clean water. In the Spring of 2017, students will travel to Nicaragua.