Field Trips

Field trips are an important extension of classroom learning and at St. Albans, we believe that all students benefit from these enrichment experiences. Allowing students to apply the knowledge that they’ve learned gives them the opportunity to truly connect with the world around them. We want our students to love learning and the following activities help to instill the idea that learning is exciting and fun!

From Here Go Anywhere!

Pre-Kindergarten
Bishops Pumpkin Farm
The Sacramento Zoo/Fairytale Town

Kindergarten
Bishops Pumpkin Farm
Firefighter Presentation

1st Grade
Apple Hill and Highhill Ranch
The Crest Theater

2nd Grade
Apple Hill and Highhill Ranch
Sierra College Natural History Museum
Placer Theater Ballet

3rd Grade
Sierra Nevada Recreation California Caverns
Chabot Space and Science Center
Placer County Museum of Living History
Placer County Refuse Center
Re-Create

4th Grade
Sutter’s Fort
Coloma Outdoor School (overnight)
Maidu Museum
Sonoma Mission and General Vallejo’s House

5th Grade
Crocker Art Museum
Civil War Days
Gateway Mountain Center (overnight)

6th Grade
San Francisco Exploratorium (alternating 6th/7th grade)
Rosicrucian Museum in San Jose (alternating 6th/7th grade)
Discovery Museum

7th Grade
San Francisco Exploratorium (alternating 6th/7th grade)
Golden Gate Environmental Science Program (3 days)
Rosicrucian Museum in San Jose (alternating 6th/7th grade)

8th Grade
The Ropes Course at CSUS
The Shakespeare Festival in Ashland Oregon (3 days)
Yosemite outdoor education (5 days)