Tuesday, March 15, 2011

High Tech Experience At Astro Camp Holds True For Sixth Grade Students Of Hawthorne

6th Grade Class

By Dupé Aleru|March 15, 2011|10:04 a.m.

Sixth grade students at Hawthorne School attended Astro Camp— a mountain range east of Los Angeles in southern California—for two days last week to explore the wonders of the universe by embarking on high tech, science adventures in a mountain environment.

Located in the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains near the town of Idyllwild, Astrocamp is a 90 acre facility that offers a unique experience for children who are interested in exploring science and adventure outdoors. 

Astrocamp offers science based classes such as robotics, engineering, rocketry, astronaut training, and adventure-based classes like rock climbing and mountain biking. These hands-on activities allow children to not only have fun, but to explore science in a different way through the use of hands-on laboratory activities in state-of-the-art facilities.

Overall, Hawthorne students had a phenomenal experience studying astronomy, physical science and earth science.

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