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Field Trips

A Trip to Catalina Island

Catalina Island

Sixth-graders at Liberty have the opportunity to participate in a once in a lifetime trip to Catalina, off the coast of California. Students are able to explore the wonderful island. They will experience the underwater gardens, which are among the most beautiful in the world, and the island environment is unusual and unique. Your child will embark upon a science adventure that will not only teach marine science and island ecology but also will stimulate curiosity for nature and become a treasured memory. The program consists of a series of activities that include snorkeling, oceanography, marine biology labs, and ocean kayaking.

A Visit to the Grand Canyon

View of Grand Canyon

Liberty 4th-graders learn about the history and geography of Arizona.  At the end of the year we culminate our studies by taking an overnight trip to Grand Canyon National Park and Walnut Canyon near Flagstaff. Students can view firsthand the weathering and erosion that have created the Grand Canyon. They also learn about the geology and animal habitats in this area. We’ll spend time hiking into Walnut Canyon and discovering the ruins of the early Arizona people. The Grand Canyon, one of the natural wonders of the world, provides the students with an exciting experience.