Takes a trip to Forest Glen and stays overnight. They conduct hands-on science experiments and learn about orienteering, environment, teambuilding, and animal plant identification hikes.
Experience four days of Outdoor Education at Camp Eagle, during which time students challenge themselves as they negotiate rope lines, climb rock walls, jump from the courage pole and strengthen friendships as they float in the lake, roast marshmallows, or just lie and look at the starry sky far from the lights of a big city.
Students visit Boston where the people and places they have read about in their history books come alive – Plymouth Plantation and the Mayflower; Lexington and Concord, Paul Revere’s Church; Betsy Ross’ Home; Salem and the witch trials, Boston Harbor, and much more.
Students visit Washington D.C. and Philadelphia where the people and places they have read about in their history books come alive - Holocaust Museum, Mt. Vernon, WWII Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Gettysburg Battlefield, Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and much more.