Middle School Field Trips

Field trips are an integral component of the Middle School curriculum as we believe that students learn best when they have first hand experiences and are directly involved in seeing and doing things.

Together with the residential trips outlined below, students participate in other day trips throughout the year. The residential and day field trips are included in tuition fees.

Grade 6 experience an in-house circus school where they participate in many group and team-building activities.

In May, Grade 6 travel to Italy for five days where they focus on social studies - history and geography.


Grade 7 start the year with a five day trip to Verbier for a Village Camps outdoor education experience where the students participate in a variety of outdoor education experiences as well as many group and team-building activities.

In May, Grade 7 travel to Spain for five days where they focus on history, culture and architecture.


Grade 8 start the year with a five day trip to Torgon for a Village Camps outdoor education experience where the students participate in a variety of outdoor education experiences as well as many group and team-building activities.

In May, Grade 8 students travel to Berlin, Florence or Geneva for five days. Each trip ties into the curriculum. Among other activities, in Geneva, students visit the United Nations, Red Cross, Olympic museum and Cern; in Florence, students visit the Da Vinci museum, Duomo and Uffizi; in Berlin, students visit the DDR museum, Olympic stadium, and Jewish museum.



Grade 6 in Kerenzeberg
Grade 7 Italy
Grade 7 Italy

Middle School Students in Spain

Grade 7 & 8 Fall Trips