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Field Trips

Education also takes place outside of our classroom walls!

Classes take anywhere from three to seven field trips per year depending upon the grade level. Click on the images to learn more about where they go.

Rawhide Ranch

Second and third grade students get a taste of the “Old West” while at Rawhide Ranch in Bonsall, CA. They ride horses in the corral, learn how to care for ranch animals, and attend classes on pony showmanship, animal husbandry and trick riding.

Sacramento, CA

Fourth graders take a trip to Sacramento, CA where they visit the State Capitol, old governor’s mansion, railroad museum, Old Town Sacramento, the town of Coloma (Sutter’s Mill), and Sutter’s Fort among other sites.

Catalina Island

Fifth grade students sail to Catalina Island for three days where they snorkel, hike in the surrounding hills, and attend indoor and outdoor classes on the animal and plant life that surround Catalina. This trip is hosted by the Catalina Island Marine Institute.

Astro Camp

Sixth grade students trek to Astro Camp located outside the town of Idyllwild, CA in the San Bernardino Mountains where they study the stars and constellations, shoot bottle rockets, make lunar landers and study conditions in outer space for three days.


Seventh graders enjoy this 3-day/2-night adventure camp that focuses on team building, overcoming challenges and problem solving in a safe, supportive and exciting environment!

Washington, DC

Eighth grade students take a week long trip to Washington D.C, Gettysburg and New York. Highlights of the trip include laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, touring the battlefield at Gettysburg, visiting the 9/11 memorial and much, much more!

ACSI Competitions

Throughout the school year Stoneybrooke students participate in a variety of ACSI competitions such as:

Speech Meet

Competition for students in grades 1-8 to select a poem, speech or passage to deliver in front of their classmates. Those who are judged as giving the best presentation are awarded the opportunity to participate in a grade level meet. The winners of the grade level meet move on to a regional competition.

Spelling Bee

Competition for students in grades 1-8 to determine the best spellers. Students spell against students in their own grade level at school. Then those who demonstrate mastery in spelling move on to the next level which is a District Spelling Bee where students spell against students in their own grade level. Then the finalists and runners-up from grades 5-8 spell against each other in the Final Spelldown. The top four placers at the Regional Bee move on to the National Spelling Bee.

Math Olympics

Students in grades 3-8 compete with students at their own grade level in arithmetic computation and mathematical reasoning to determine the top math students. Next, students from a number of other schools gather to compete against each other in these same categories. Ribbons and medals are awarded at the end of the competition to the highest scoring students.

Geography Bee

This competition provides the opportunity for students in grades 3-8 a fun and rewarding way to learn more about the world and the people that were created by God. The goal is to broaden the student’s knowledge of geography and its implications throughout world history and current events.  Students compete against students from other schools in the final competition.

Piano Festival

Students in kindergarten through 8th grade are welcome to participate in this event. The festival is not a competition: each student is judged against a standard of excellence and not in competition with others. Students may enter the classical or hymn division or both. Each student receives a certificate and ribbon. This event is held at a nearby location and is attended by students in many Christian schools in the local area. Students are selected from their class and grade to represent Stoneybrooke in regional competitions.

After-school Programs

The learning doesn’t stop when the bell rings! Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities on campus after school. Visit the links below to learn more about the variety of vendors offering their services.

K-1st Grade – Thursdays from 3:14-3:15
2nd Grade – Tuesdays from 3:15-4:15
3rd Grade and up (with homework club prior) – Tuesdays from 4:15-5:15
Contact Jessica Somers at

Troop 787 is a chartered non-profit organization of young men who have completed the fifth grade or are at least eleven (11) years old, or have received the Arrow of Light Award. Troop 787 meets at the “Barn” of Coast Bible Church. Learn more about us by clicking here.

Monthly Events, contact Doug Hatch at [email protected] or Laurence Mo at [email protected]

Fridays from 2:15-3:15, contact Lindsey Reese at [email protected]