Adventure Camp

  • Each year our 5th graders travel to the Collin County Adventure Camp, located in Anna, TX.  They spend three days and two nights at the camp, exploring an outdoor lifestyle that revolves around hiking, canoeing, fishing, personal reflection, and more.  The camp teaches a curriculum that is aligned with the TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills), while also integrating social studies, reading, writing, and math.
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  • Session 1: October 26-28  (Black Pearl, Valor, and Dragons of Atlantis)  

    Session 2: October 31- November2 (Golden Bucs, Rising Sun, and El Conquistador)


    Required Forms:

    • Letter of Intent
    • Medical/Emergency
    • Medication due to clinic by October 5th
    • Permission for Student Participation
    • Camp Behavior Expectations
    • Attendee Release and Parental Authorization

    These forms were sent home on August 17th with your student and are due on Monday September 12th.

    • Cost: $180.00 per student (payment method: cash, check, or credit card)

    $120.00 per adult chaperone

    Full payment due on or before Friday, September 30, 2022

    Please make checks payable to Harrison Intermediate or HIS

    An online payment link will be made available through an email from your students' science teacher.

    • Forms: Forms are due back to your science teacher by Monday, September 12, 2022

    • Location: Westminster, TX

    • Transportation: WISD school buses

    • Cabins: 12 students and 2 adults per cabin, teachers have separate cabins

    • Nurse: Harrison Int. School will bring a certified nurse

    • Student/Teacher Ratio 25:1, Student/Parent Ratio 6:1

    • Curriculum: TEKS based: 8-10 learning sessions  

    Field Investigations, Scientific Method, Conservation, Systems, Cycles, Forces, Astronomy-telescopes, adaptive characteristics of species, ecosystems and niches, inherited traits of offspring in plants and animals, characteristics of our environment, landforms-weathering and deposition of sediments, physical characteristics of the earth and moon, team building opportunities: ropes course, fishing, archery, canoeing

    • More Information:


    Please contact your child’s science teacher if you have any questions.


    Lori Gray

    Cera Byrum

    Elizabeth Reggans

    Jennifer Garcia 

    Samantha Nielson

    Tiffany Lynn-McLarty



    We would love for parents to attend Adventure Camp with their students!

    • If you are interested in attending Adventure Camp as a chaperone, you must complete the following by September 12th.
      • Submit the “Chaperone Interest Form” (included in the packet of information)
      • Review, sign, and return the “Guidelines for Volunteer Field Trip Chaperones”
      • Complete the Wylie ISD Volunteer Background Check (LINK)
    • $120 chaperone payment due by September 30th.