• Renaissance Festival (6th Grade)

    by located in Apache Junction Year Published:

    The Arizona Renaissance Festival brings to life the language, science, arts, engineering, and overall ambiance of the 16th Century village marketplace.  Immerse yourself into the world of Royals, peasants, Galileo, Medicis, Shakespeare, Magellan and so much more on two special weekdays MARCH 3 & 5 to accommodate students and teachers who wish to experience a very distinctive field trip opportunity.

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  • YMCA Camp Surf (6th Grade)

    by YMCA & 6th Graders Year Published:

    Bringing our Gavilan Peak students outside and together we will discover, discuss and understand:

    Unique location - beach, wetland, and intertidal communities

    Fun outdoor experiences that reinforce learning and discovery

    Students love our fun classes.

    Teachers
    appreciate our curriculum which aligns with California and Arizona State Science Content Standards.

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  • JA Biz Town

    by Jounior Achievement Year Published:

    At JA BizTown they are!  Students operate a bank, restaurant, city hall, newspaper, retail store and 10 other businesses.  JA BizTown® combines in-class learning with a day-long visit to a fully interactive, simulated town.  Students learn financial literacy, business management and philanthropy while participating in a real-world working city simulation.

     
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  • Phoenix Art Museum

    by Phx, AZ Year Published:
    A vibrant destination for more than 50 years, Phoenix Art Museum presents festivals, live performances, independent art films and educational programs that enlighten, entertain and stimulate. Its unique setting is a wonderful choice to host an event such as a holiday party, business luncheon or a very special ceremony.

    Visitors also enjoy the interactive PhxArtKids gallery, vibrant photography exhibitions through the Museum's landmark partnership with the Center for Creative Photography, the lushly landscaped Dorrance Sculpture Garden, dining at the Museum's restaurant Palette, and shopping at The Museum Store.


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