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Our 3,000-square foot polyculture garden is home to many flowers, plants, and herbs, such as basil, mint, tomatoes, okra, and zinnias. The garden is used as an extension of our classroom, where students can study science, history, art, entrepreneurship, and even Spanish while learning about horticulture, herbs, and vegetables.

Vegetables and herbs from our garden are available to be used in our lunch program, as well as distributed to local clinics and food banks. On occasion, students put their entrepreneurial skills to use, selling produce from the garden at local farmers' markets to raise funds for student campus initiatives or other non-profits. 

Gardening with Love

Our garden is cared for by all of our students, including upper school interns, and volunteers for our CCS community.  Our students learn how to grow healthy vegetables, herbs, along with flowers that we use for our CCS events!