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Super Grade Card Trips

Who Can GO?

Outstanding Cougars who earn an overall GPA of 3.2 or better with no N's or U's qualify to participate in our Super Grade Card Trips!  For each semester, we plan a trip to Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park. All trips include lunch, charter bus transportation, admission to the park, lunch, and supervision. Tickets are $50 for Cougar ASB Card** members and $60 for non-members.  

**Cougar ASB Cards can be purchased at the Cougar Store for $25 per school year to support all activities, including assemblies, VIP seating, front of the line for lunchtime activities, and discounts on trips and student supplies. 

Knott's- Semester Trip- WHAT FUN!!!

DownloadedFile.jpegKnott's Berry Farm is America's first theme park and the 12th most-visited amusement park in the country. With history dating back to 1920, the classic amusement park/resort on the 160 acre property of California has seen its share of rides, roller coasters, trends and history.

The year was 1920 when Walter and Cordelia Knott moved to the then-sleepy community of Buena Park, Calif. to farm 20 acres of rented land. Today, that land is part of 160-acre Knott's Berry Farm, America's first theme park and the 12th most-visited amusement park in the country. And, while the Knott Family no longer owns the venerable attraction, the Knott spirit of hard work and down-home hospitality lives on in new owner Cedar Fair, L.P., who acquired Knott's Berry Farm in December 1997.
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