The Hamlin School’s edifice is in San Francisco, but its education reaches out to the ocean, the trees, the rivers, the mountains, and up towards the starry night sky.
The Hamlin School provides a robust Outdoor Education program that allows students to explore a variety of places in and around the Bay Area for one to five nights depending on grade and location. By graduation our students will have backpacked, hiked, camped, climbed, white water rafted, cross-country skied, and played in forests, seashores, mountains, and rivers across Northern California.
Our Outdoor Education trips have begun. Grade 4 recently returned from an adventure in the Marin Headlands.
The following are all the trips Grades 3-8:
Grade 3: (May) Camping at Samuel P. Taylor in Marin County. Highlight: Campfire sing-along
Grade 4: (September) Three days experiencing marine science in the Marin Headlands. Highlight: A night hike
Grade 5: (May) Three days rafting on the American River. Highlight: Navigating white water
Grade 6: (March) Four days camping, rock climbing, and hiking in Pinnacles National Park. Highlight: Skit Night
Grade 7: (May) Four days backpacking in Point Reyes National Seashore. Highlight: Cooking
Grade 8: (February) Five days snow camping, cross-country skiing, hiking, in Yosemite. Highlight: Skits in snow country
For more information about Outdoor Education at Hamlin, please visit: https://www.hamlin.org/page/program/global-citizenship/environmental-stewardship/outdoor-education