The Horizon Prep School of Logic (6th-8th grade) gives spring field trips a whole new meaning by taking the classrooms coast-to-coast! History comes alive for 8th graders in Washington, D.C., Gettysburg, Penn., and New York City. Field study is also sea study for 7th graders at Catalina Marine Biology Camp, and 6th graders explore the wonders of San Diego with specialized daily excursions. (Clockwise from left) One of the daily excursions for Horizon Prep’s 6th graders included The Olympic Training Center.
The week included daily trips to explore San Diego’s treasures; Horizon Prep 8th grade students preparing to lay the wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery.
Front (L-R) Joshua Coons, Camille Lundstedt; Back (L-R) Sophia Lake, Noah Herring; Horizon Prep 8th graders visit the U.S. Capitol. (L-R) First row: Camden Gianni, Sophia Hoven, Richel Shea, Molly Dypvik, Colin Myers, Victoria Alvarez, Lashley Smith, Camille Lundstedt; Second row: Ethan Schafer, Dylan Raymond, Shelby Sutton, Victoria Hoven, Lauren Bothe, Rachel Oberst; Third row: Jacob Jablonski, Noah Herring, Chase Whitton, Jake Gianni, Joshua Coons, Jack Straza, Thomas Kane-Berman; Fourth row: John Schrekengaust, Hayden Center, Audrey Thesing; Horizon Prep 7th graders take learning on the road as they head to Catalina Marine Biology Camp. (L-R) Sydney Northbrook, Madison Gilbert, Abby Phillips, Gabby Dale, Sammie Preske, Sydney Sparks, Abby Gammel.