Class Camps

Kindergarten & 1st Grade

Our kindergarten and 1st grade students spend an extended day at Mt. Kare which is our private camping facility located near Wrightwood in the Angeles National Forest. In kindergarten the focus is on an appreciation for nature and all its wonder with a study of the wildlife and plants. In 1st grade the students study birds and learn how to be a good "bird watcher" and even make their own bird feeders. See photos of our camping facility at www.mountkare.org


2nd Grade

This trip combines the study of both history and wildlife. The trip stars with an educational behind-the-scenes tour of the Living Desert Zoo & Gardens & is followed up by the unique experience of traveling in a real covered wagon through Palm Desert.


​3rd Grade 

The 3rd grade focuses on geologyand includes a stop at the Jurupa Cultural Center in Riverside where the students explore and create their own rock collections to take home. They also get the unique opportunity to make adobe bricks.  The third graders camp is extended to a second day with an overnight trip to our camping facility, Mt. Kare,  and a hike to an old gold mine. Check out our private camping facility at www.mountkare.org​​​​​​​

4th Grade

Our 4th graders  travel to San Diego where the first stop along the way is the Sea Life Aquarium where they have the unique opportunity to disect squids.  The trip also includes a behind-the-scenes bus tour of the San Diego Zoo and science experiments on the Midway Aircraft Carrier. California History is experienced hands -on as they participate in a Living History program on a Tall Ship.  This amazing history and science adventure will have them traveling through time to learn about our great country’s past.


  • 5th Grade

  • A long standing tradition at Pearl is the 3-day trip to Catalina Island. Students will study both science and history as they camp out on the picturesque beach of Catalina Island visiting both Two Harbors and Avalon. The trip includes snorkeling and kayaking along with multiple marine labs and nature studies. They will also visit the fish aquariums and invertebrate touch tanks at the USC Wrigley Marine Institute.