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At Foothill Horizons, the natural world provides an exceptional setting for outdoor education. 143 acre campus is located within an oak woodland that includes six species of oaks, large pines, and stands of beautiful manzanita. A perennial creek adds a cool, riparian zone for study. In the spring, wild flowers abound. Gray foxes, squirrels, raccoons, and mule deer are abundant. Sixteen acorn pounding-stone sites on the school property offer evidence that the Me-wuk people once stood on the land where the students now study that culture.

6th Grade Outdoor Education

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