In February, Pinewood students went on a trip coordinated by art teachers Caitlin Miller and Jared Leake, to explore the art of San Francisco.
Class trips are a fun change of pace for students. These excursions provide a shared experience for students and a chance to get to know one another outside of the traditional classroom environment. Many of our trips also present unique opportunities for teachers to illustrate their lessons in a different way and extend the classroom resources available to students. Pinewood offers a variety of cultural, civic, scientific, social, and overnight field trips to all students.
Pinewood's high school book club sees Murder on the Orient Express, their November read, in theaters.
Our 8th-grade class goes to in Washington, D.C.
French language students attend French film screening in San Francisco.
First-grade students learn about our local underwater wildlife and how important each creature is to its ecosystem.