One of Judson's core values is knowledge through investigative learning. We love our students to get out exploring the world and learning by doing and seeing. This fits in well with the International Christian Curriculum , a unique integrative curriculum that teaches children from the earliest age about understanding the world. Already this year our Judson elementary teachers have been busy taking their students on field trips. The first and second graders went to the La Brea Tar Pits as part of their student of paleontology. To learn about astronomy, the third and fourth graders went to the Griffith Observatory with their teacher Mrs. Berry. Fifth and sixth graders went to the California Science Center to learn more about anatomy and physiology. Such investigative learning opportunities enhance our STEM curriculum and provide students with memorable experiences that enhance the classroom.