Field Trips

Field Trips

Department

Point of Contact

Kimberly Whitlock

Education Operations Coordinator

BRIT can spark curiosity and a love for learning through experiential activities in nature on our campus. Embracing a "sense of place" philosophy, The BRIT SEED (Sustainable Environmental Education Design) School utilizes hands-on, real-world learning experiences that encourages learners to "develop stronger ties to their community, enhance appreciation for the natural world, and create a heightened commitment to serving as active, contributing citizens." (David Sobel, Place-Based Education).

Email Kimberly for more information and to book your field trip today!

Programs in this Series

Bella's Field Study Trip

Pre-K - 1st Grade

Pre-K - 2nd graders join Bella the Begonia for a field trip where they will enjoy story time and guided indoor and outdoor explorations. These experiences foster curiosity while developing early literacy, science and math skills.

 

Time: 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

Cost: $150.00 for 20 or fewer students. Groups larger than 20 students will be charged $5.00 per additional student. Maximum 100 students.

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Messy Science Field Study Experience

2nd - 5th Grade

2nd - 8th grade students will think and inquire like real-world scientists as they explore the highly experiential, place-based Science Stations throughout BRIT’s living laboratory.

 

Time: 9:30 a.m.—Noon

Cost: Cost is determined by student group size. Maximum 100 students.

               20—50:  $6 per student

               51—75:  $5.50 per student

               76—100:  $5.00 per student

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LEEDing the Way Field Study Experience

6th - 12th Grade

Middle School and High School Environmental Science or STEM students will have the opportunity to make connections between the impact of a LEED Platinum building and the environment.

 

They will explore:

  • The role cultural, social, and economic factors play in the development of environmental solutions
  • Human impact on the environment
  • Ecosystem biodiversity

Time: 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m.

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