Field Trips

At ASTEME, we believe that every field trip is an expedition into knowledge, where students don’t just learn – they thrive. Our carefully curated excursions amplify learning opportunities by immersing students in real-world contexts that ignite curiosity and deepen understanding. Witness science, technology, engineering, mathematics, art, history, and language arts concepts transform from theoretical to tangible as students engage with hands-on experiences, expert-led demonstrations, and interactive environments. These field trips foster critical thinking, teamwork, and problem-solving skills, all while fostering a lasting appreciation for the wonders of the world around us.

The First Aid and Health class visits the Fire Station to learn about first responders.
To kickstart the Read-A-Thon, ASTEME visits the Westwood Library to allow students to choose their first few books for the fundraiser.
ASTEME visits Mark Watring Stables to interact with and learn about an actual cloned horse.
The science classes visit JPL, NASA to learn about modern United States space exploration.
The 5th - 8th graders take a 3-day day trip to Pali Institute to explore STEM in an outdoor learning environment.
The science classes visit the Heal the Bay Aquarium to learn about marine life.