The Saratoga Independent School Anderson Campus is located on 60 beautiful acres that are rich with discovery and opportunity. Woven into the curriculum are chances for students to explore and conduct research on the varied terrain of the school grounds.
In science class students plant tulip bulbs in a variety of locations to study the effects of the environment on growth. They learn to track animal prints when studying local wildlife, and learn how to locate vegetation used for cooking, decorating or healing. During recess and aftercare fun abounds in the two play areas. Sledding down the big hill is a favorite recess activity.
The expansive fields are used for physical education classes, after-school activities and summer programs. Soccer, snowshoeing, kickball, kite flying and treasure hunts are among the many ways students discover nature and play games in the large outdoor space. Feeders, flowers and trees are found throughout the campus, making bird and butterfly spotting a favorite activity for students.