Camp Casey

The Camp Casey outdoor education program in the Tahoma School District began over 40 years ago when one class, two teachers, and some parent chaperones spent a weekend at West Cover, Orcas Island.  

Camp Casey, on Whidbey Island, was the program site chosen in the 1970s and remains home to the outdoor education program today.  About 650 students will attend one of two camp sessions this year.  Session one is Monday through Wednesday.  Session two is Wednesday through Friday. 

Camp Casey offers a unique environment in which to learn and grow.  Students are exposed to a historical part of the state of Washington and given the opportunity to learn about the natural environment.  

All fifth-grade classes have been scheduled to attend camp for three days the week before spring break in April.  Students will leave their school at 8 a.m. on the first day and return on the third day approximately at 2 p.m.

To learn more, please open these documents:
Camp Casey overview
Camp Casey fees
To pay online, click here.

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