Spring Break Trips - High School 2018
These are the fun filled, enriching trips that will be taking place during Spring break (March 23-31 2018) this year!
Cambodia – grades 9-12
This is a once in a lifetime experience. Famous for its ancient temples like Angkor Wat, Cambodia’s greatest treasure is its people. Despite the challenges of war and extreme poverty, Cambodians have infectious optimism and an unbreakable spirit. Students will be immersed in Cambodia’s rich culture through: hands on community projects, the exploration of ancient temples, and visiting important historical locations like the Killing Fields.
Tanzania – grades 9-12
This service trip is located in the breathtaking foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro and provides students with firsthand experience of Tanzanian culture through: local village and cultural visits, and participation in award-winning projects within local communities. Not only do students participate in environmental conservation workshops but they also go on a wildlife safari in Arusha National Park.
Italy – grades 9-12
This trip is a whirlwind of culture, history, food, and fine arts! Students have a jam packed schedule bringing them through Rome, Florence, and Venice. Trip highlights include: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum, cooking classes, Uffizi and Accademia Galleries, Peggy Guggenheim Museum, and the Grand Canal.
Jordan – grades 9-12
This incredible trip highlights the wealth of culture, religion, and history found in the Middle East. Jordan is famous for its rich history of ancient kingdoms and conquests. As well as holding religious significance in both the New and Old Testament, Jordan is also home to the lowest elevation in the world, the Dead Sea, and Petra, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Trip highlights include: Amman city tour, Madaba, Mount Nebo, the Dead Sea, Petra, Wadi Rum, and Agaba.
Sri Lanka – grade 12 only
Senior students are invited to explore beautiful Sri Lanka. This trip takes students to see the wonderful conservation work being done with elephants and sea turtles. With lots of cultural, historical, and conservation activities, this trip also makes room for time at the beach and pool. What a way to finish your high school career!
We will be hosting a Parent information session Wednesday October 18th 6pm in the Auditorium