Field Trips & Events

If you have any questions please contact

Field Trip Permission Form needs to be completed once a year BEFORE you attend a field trip.

Field Trip FAQ:

Do I need to Sign up?  School field trips typically have additional activities that are not available with a seasonal pass.  Please check the individual sign-ups for specific information.  Space is limited and only those who have signed up will be allowed to attend.

Can I get a refund?  We reserve and pay for field trips before the event.  No refunds can be given; however, you may sell your spot to another family and are welcome to post it on the schools Facebook page to find an interested CGA family.

Who can go on the field trips? Field trips are for families enrolled in Canyon Grove only.  (One chaperone, enrolled student and siblings aged 0 – 5) Venues give us specific numbers of tickets for students and adults and we need these tickets for our enrolled students. Older children and extended family members CANNOT attend. 1 ADULT/CHAPERONE PER FAMILY.

What if I am running late?  NO late arrivals will be admitted, no exceptions, and you will lose any fees paid. We are required to check in and pay as a group. The locations will not allow any arrivals once the payment has been made.  If you arrive late, you will be asked to pay the normal price.

How do we get to/from the field trips?  We do not provide transportation, you will need to provide that on your own.

Family Ball 

What:  First Annual CGA Family Ball

When:  Friday, March 8th, 2019 from 6-9pm

Where:  Canyon Grove Academy (main campus)

Who: All CGA Families

Dress:  From Sunday dress to Formal


Dance instruction will be provided during the first hour of the Ball!

We are in need of several volunteers for this event.

Please sign up to help here, or email Lynsie at

Guided Snowshoeing

(4-5th grades)

January 18, 2019

Students 4th-5th Grade and ONE adult per household/group

Meet at: 9:30-9:45 for 10:00 am start at Spruces Campground; Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84121 

Spruces Campground is located 10 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon: 

Suggested what-to-wear/bring checklist: (10 adult snowshoes and unlimited kids sizes up to size 6 1/2 mens) (If possible bring your own!)
● Warm and waterproof boots and warm socks
● Ski/snow pants/jacket
● Warm hat
● Warm /waterproof mittens or gloves
● Long underwear under ski pants and jacket
● Layers to shed if day warms up (sweaters, fleece, etc.)
● Sunscreen on face
● Sunglasses
● Water and a small snack


Natural History Museum

January 25, 2019

Starts: 10:30 am

Ends: 12:00 pm

Please arrive at 10:15 for check in.

Normal field trip rules apply. Only ONE adult per family/group.


Optional lesson plans/student activities

Sign up here

Hutchings Museum

February 1st OR 8th, 2019

9:45 AM Arrival for 10:00 AM Entrance

(We must enter as ONE Group, anyone arriving late will not be allowed entrance with our group and payment CANNOT be refunded)

All Students, Siblings 3 and up, and Adults are $3.50 (Only ONE adult per household)

Siblings 2 and under are FREE

Deadline to sign up is January 28th

This is a self guided tour.


Sign up here

Science Fair

(Lagoon Field Trip)

FIELD TRIPS planned for 2018/2019

  • Guided Snowshoeing – 1/18
  • Natural History Museum – 1/25
  • Hutchings Museum – 2/1 & 2-8
  • Author Visit – 2/15
  • The Leonardo Museum – 2/22
  • The Aquarium – 3/1
  • Antelope Island Buffalo Point Hike – 3/29
  • Hogle Zoo – 4/12
  • Provo Pioneer Village – 4/19
  • Thanksgiving Point Ashton Gardens – 5/10
  • Celebrating U – 5/15

FIELD TRIPS we went to in 2018/2019

Tracy Aviary, Utah State Fair, This Is The Place, Zip Line Tour, BYU Planetarium, Scales and Tails, Cornbelly’s, Hale Theater – Velveteen Rabbit, SeaQuest/Hill Aerospace Museum, Sweets Candy Factory tours, Christmas Around the World, Clark Planetarium, Redux Nut-Cracker, Utah State Capitol…

FIELD TRIPS we went to in 2017/2018

World Travelers, Living Planet Aquarium, State Fair, Who Wants to be an Opera Star, The Leonardo, Cornbellies, Hee Haw Farms, Scera Theatre – Captain Louie, Springville Museum of Art, Bean Life Science Museum,  BYU Christmas Around the World,  Julie Moffat Nutcracker, Utah Symphony – Here Comes Santa Claus, Kingsbury Hall – All the Way Live, BYU Peking Acrobats, BYU Presentation of THE SECRET LIFE OF SUITCASES, Utah Children’s Theatre Presentation of Magic Fish, Peaks Ice Skating, Scera Presentation of Little Red, Dr Seuss Birthday Breakfast, Discovery Gateway Museum, Utah Symphony – Dr. Seuss Green Eggs and Ham, Kingsbury Hall – School House Rocks Jr., Family Skate Night, SeaQuest, The Tempest, Utah Symphony – Scheherazade, Wheeler Farms, Hope of America, BYU Dance Makers, Lagoon (7th-8th), Boondocks

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