Garden and Living Classroom

Students and teachers around a planting box

Located at the back of the campus, the garden provides students an opportunity to put their life science education into action. The garden was built by a partnership between Campbell Union School District and various community volunteer teams who believed in the importance of education outside the four classroom walls. Students and staff grow everything from tomatoes and zucchinis to basil and sunflowers, watching plants take root in the raised beds.

In conjunction with our school garden, we have partnered with Living Classroom to provide hands-on learning in the garden. Living Classroom makes learning fun by planting seeds of curiosity and a love of nature while educating them to be next generation environmental stewards. Learn more at

Students listening to a teacher  Students and a teacher going over a garden lesson