Find our FEAST organized field trips below and scroll down for a list of local homeschool days.
San Antonio Polo Club Field Trip
We need to hear from you! Before proceeding on planning a field trip, we need to confirm that there is an interest. Are you interested in learning all about horses? Including their feed, care, and grooming.
Reply HERE with the following information: parent name, email, and a total of those interested in attending. We look forward to hearing from you by February 15.
San Antonio River Authority Field Trip
Wednesday, March 27th, 9:30am-12pm
What may students learn on this field trip?
Map and descriptions of the park here.
You can read field trip information here.
Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Department Field Trip
Come see how the firefighters at the San Antonio International Airport is specifically trained to deal with all types of airplane emergencies. In this hour-long tour, they will also cover fire safety, home evacuation, and basic tips for em ofergencies. These firefighters have specialized equipment, gear, and training for the airport. The team’s four Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting vehicles are equipped with different extinguishing
Dixie Flag and Banner
DIXIE FLAG AND BANNER COMPANY hosted over 200 homeschoolers in one day! It ran smoothly and was such a joy to show all the staff at Dixie how amazing homeschoolers are. Dixie staff, including the two daughters that currently run the business, showed us around the factory and we learned so much about their hand-sewn craftsmanship that has become their trademark. Next time you need a flag, think of Dixie Flag, their retail store is open and ready to serve you with a smile.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind; remember your manners will be on display to the world. Please discuss these to equip your children and
have a great time wherever you go!
- Call the coordinator and inform them of sickness or an emergency that will prevent you from attending.
- Prepare the night before.
- Be on time (15 minutes early should be your rule)
- Clothes should be clean, neat, modest and appropriate for the event.
- If you sign up – show up, they are expecting you.
- SMILE! Be friendly, welcoming, and introduce yourself to others.
- Cell phones on vibrate, no texting during the tour. No headphones or earbuds.
- Be considerate of others, follow all rules.
- Be respectful and polite to others, say thank you, excuse me, etc.
- Pay attention to your guide and listen well. Think of thoughtful questions.
- Bathroom stop before the tour begins.
- Supervise your children carefully at all times.
- Ask before you touch and only touch what you are told you may touch.
- If snacks or meals are included, pick up after yourself and help remind others.
- Noisy children or babies may distract the guide or others. Quietly move them to the back of the group as a courtesy.