Bent Mountain Christian Academy places great emphasis on exploring our Creator's world. As a result, field trips play an important role in our academic curriculum. Below are pictures from just some of the field trips taken during the 2017-2018 school year.
Students practice a little "archaeology."
A student learns about early toys while visiting Poplar Forest in Forest, VA.
The remains of a fort in Franklin County.
Students visit a working farm in Franklin County.
A student feeds a calf.
History comes alive during a field trip to Williamsburg.
Students learn about nature while visiting Monticello.
Students learn about VA history on our 2-night trip to Williamsburg.
Our kids are learning about local history during a Fincastle walking trip.
The students visit the zoo on the first day of the school year.
A student enjoys the view while visiting Mill Mountain.
Students meet the cast of Clementine at the Barter Theater.
Everyone enjoys the outdoors while visiting a cement plant.
Our annual field trip to the Berglund Center to see the production of the Nutcracker.
Students pick apples in an orchard on Bent Mountain.
Students learning how to make apple butter from the apples they picked.
A trip to the Battle of New Market battlegrounds near Lexington, VA
Students learn about the Battle of New Market.
A field trip to visit the Booker T. Washington National Monument for our study of Virginia history this academic school year.
Learning about life during the Civil War at the Booker T. Washington National Monument in Franklin County, Virginia.
Students learn about community service during a visit to a retirement community.