Field Trips Are A Serious Business.
The Garden School’s Curriculum is truly a hands on program both summer and winter. Our school is confined to a place between many cities at a two to three hour distance, we have made the decision to use school bus transportation and parents’ guidance and help to introduce our students to our own city as well as the cities in our neighboring states in a rotating plan to teach and to delight our children. Every child should have a summer worth remembering every single year. When our children are asked about their summers, they can say, “I had a great summer…we went here and here and there and there and I learned to swim.”
Here are some of the places that we have visited.
Garden of the Gods in Shawnee National Forest in Illinois
Pounds Hollow Lake in Shawnee National Forest Illinois
Blue Springs Cave and Playground Near Terra Haute, Indiana
Mammoth Cave near Cave City Kentucky
Land Between the Lakes in Kentucky
Gateway Arch At Saint Louis, Missouri
The Louisville Zoo in Louisville, Kentucky
Abraham Lincoln’s Boyhood Home in Lincoln City, Indiana
New Harmony, Indiana
Saint Meinrad Archabbey in St. Meinrad, Indiana
Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve in Evansville, Indiana
John James Audubon State Park in Henderson, Kentucky
Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden in Evansville, Indiana
Scales Lake in Boonville, Indiana
Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Brazil, Indiana
Newburgh Pool in Newburgh, Indiana– Eighty Percent of our children learn to swim – and that means going off the board.