Educational trips offer learning experiences outside the classroom. These trips supplement classroom learning by providing students with an opportunity to see the actual places, artefacts, or phenomena that are described in textbooks and lectures. They also enrich the students’ experiences by exposing them to situations that are new to them.
Students will be thrilled by the excitement and culture that New York has to offer. Possible activities and attractions include: the Statue of Liberty, NBC Studios, Time Square, Trump Towers, Manhattan shopping , Ground Zero, Central Park, Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, Radio City Music Hall, Chinatown and Little Italy and the Metropolitan Art Museum.
Students will experience the art, history, science and language lessons burst off the textbook page as they weave their way through the historical streets of London, Paris and Barcelona. They will be introduced to Europe’s cultural capitals and they will be enveloped by masterpieces that will remain in their memories. This experience will enrich their lives and broaden their horizons.
Europe 2012 (London & Paris)
Students will experience the culture of Quebec’s capital city during its Winter Carnival. Attractions include Winter Carnival activities, shopping at Les Galeries de la Capitale, Ice Hotel, les Chutes Montmorency, the Quebec-Levy Ferry, The Citadelle/Royal 22nd Regiment Museum and Ice Skating.Quebec 2012 Quebec 2013 Quebec 2014
Students will enjoy a visit to the US Capital. Attractions include exploring the Air and Space Museum, visiting the animals at the National Zoo, touring the “national mall” (which includes the Jefferson, Lincoln, and Washington memorials), and stopping, of course, at the White House.
Morin Heights 2012 Morin Heights 2013 Southern Ontario:Students will experience many of the cultural attractions that Southern Ontario has to offer. Possible activities will include: Maid of the Mist at Niagara Falls, an indoor water park, CN Tower, a Medieval Times dinner show in Toronto, Fort York (bicentennial event s of the war of 1812 in 2013), the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Toronto Science Centre, shopping at the Eaton Centre, and the Stratford drama productions.