AP Biology and Chemistry Students Learn Outside the Classroom

The AP Biology and AP Chemistry classes went on a field trip to the Phoebe Hall Knipling Outdoor Laboratory in Fauquier County in October. Students collected and analyzed samples of water and examined wildlife to look for indicators of a healthy biosystem. They also had a cookout with hotdogs & s’mores, fished, boated on the pond and enjoyed the wildlife museum.

The Outdoor Lab provides hands-on outdoor and environmental education to more than 9,000 students from elementary grades through high school annually. It is owned and operated by the nonprofit Arlington Outdoor Education Association (AOEA).

For more about the Outdoor Lab please go to: Arlington Outdoor Education Association