Experiential Learning

Ecoliteracy '15
  • Experiential learning is an integral part of Echo Horizon's curriculum. It activates the senses and more regions of the brain. It nurtures joyful and engaged students who look at how they connect to the world and how the world connects to them.


    Through best practices in hands on learning, curated field trips, team-building retreats and partnerships with programs such as Growing Great Gardens and Facing History and Ourselves, our students gain the skills to make a difference in their school and the community at large, long after they graduate.


    Echo Horizon students have fun making mistakes, learning and growing together in a variety of meaningful ways. Our experiential learning environment provides a safe place where students take ownership of learning and ultimately become stewards of the causes they care about with the support of the faculty and staff.


    "Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand." - Confucius


    Highlights of experiential projects include:

    • Annual Book Awards to promote a love of reading (Class of 2017)
    • Game Day to promote camaraderie and friendship (Class of 2020)
    • Sparks of Love to collect and donate toys to the local Fire Department (Class of 2020)


    Overnight Outdoor Education Retreats include:

    • 3 days at Astrocamp - 4th Grade
    • 5 days at Catalina Island - 5th Grade
    • 5 days at Pali Camp - 6th Grade


    Highlights of Field Trips include:

    • California Science Center
    • LA History and Architecture Exploration Trip
    • Getty Villa
    • Museum of Latin American Art
    • The Broad
    • Culver City Fire Station
    • Santa Monica Farmer's Market