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Each year, the sixth graders travel to the natural setting of Big Pine Key, Florida to experience marine biology outside of the classroom. Snorkeling the coral reefs, wading at night, dissecting squid, and swimming in the shark pond are often the highlights of the trip. The students also bond through roasting marshmallows and singing at the campfire. Sea Camp is a rite of passage for the sixth-grade students.
Every fall, the freshmen class participates in the 9th Grade Orientation Adventure in Unicoi State Park, Helen, Georgia. The trip provides opportunities for social, emotional, and spiritual growth, as well as builds class unity. Freshmen participate in white water rafting, hiking, camping, learn about wildlife, and prepare their own meals.
Every fall the senior class visits Camp Weed, owned and operated by the Episcopal Diocese of Florida near Live Oak. Seniors reflect on their years at Episcopal, build class unity through team activities, participate in chapel, and enjoy free time with friends playing games and sports. Contact Courtney McCaughey with questions.
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