It is our goal to develop students into life-long learners. We want our students to engage in the world around them and experience lessons outside of the classroom. Trips, whether short or long, are a vital part of enhancing the learning experience and also have some fun!
Every October, seventh and eighth grade students travel to the Texas Hill Country to learn about our great state's history, people, and culture. The trip typically includes visits to the Alamo, the Texas State Capital, historical sites, and museums. The Texas history trip is mandatory for all upper school students.
Third through six grade students travel to Camp Tejas, a Trafton tradition, each May for a three day adventure. After a busy school year, it is important to make memories with classmates and build community. Friendly competition between grade levels to win the Tejas Trophy motivates students to work together as a team and collaborate in strategy.
Middle school students have the option to join the spring trip in late April. This weeklong trip allows students to immerse themselves in the history of our country while visiting Washington D.C. or Philadelphia.