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Class Trips


Middle School:

Kentucky - Creation Museum (7th)

As a culmination of their life science studies, CFS 7th graders take a three-day, two-night trip to the Creation Museum in Petersburg KY, near Cincinnati OH.  The Creation Museum is a 75,000 square foot facility with numerous displays and interactive programs, comparing scientific findings and theories to biblical accounts related to natural history, anthropology, and geology.  Students see life-size dinosaur exhibits, archeological digs, and geological displays.  Also on the grounds is a petting zoo, a botanical garden, and a very exciting zip line.


Junior Class:

Mission Trip to New Orleans 

The CFS 11th grade class takes an annual six-day, five-night history and service trip to New Orleans LA.  The class lodges in a bunkhouse provide by a local, nonprofit organization St. Benard's Project, with whom they partner to rehab houses severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina.  In addition to providing a much needed service to the community, the students have a memorable team building experience as they labor together. Students also visit the National World War II Museum and other historical sites in the area.

Senior Class:

Destin, Florida

To celebrate their years together and their impending graduation from CFS, the 12th grade class takes an end-of-the- year, eight-day and seven-night beach trip to Destin FL. With the help of their chaperones, the class organizes the week’s activities of fun-in-the-sun, which may include parasailing, renting wave runners or scooters, and lots of cooking and eating together.  The “laid-back” schedule and time together provides students opportunities to reflect on their years at CFS and have a final bonding experience before heading off to college.