Student Destinations

7 Reasons to Consider Cruising for a College Grad Trip

August 2, 2017

Recent grads are the perfect candidates for cruise trips. Many of them don’t even know it if they’ve never been on a cruise before. Everyone is looking to take that big trip to commemorate the completion of their education, and a ship may be a [...]

The 8 Best Cities for Student Field Trips

July 17, 2017

Field trips are essential to any curriculum because of their unique ability to inspire students’ interest in the class material and to provide a sense of relatability that you simply can’t find in a textbook. Students will return from these [...]

8 Great Performance Tour Cities for Student Groups

July 14, 2017

Why limit your musicians to dingy practice space when you can expose them to some California sunshine? Why limit your actors’ audience to parents and faculty when they can act before thousands of Walt Disney World guests? Performing arts trips are [...]

8 Top STEM Destinations

June 16, 2017

In the past decade, an insufficient number of American students have been pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and math, otherwise known as STEM fields. Occupations in STEM are crucial for our nation in continuing its path to [...]

Immersive International Student Travel Trends

June 6, 2017

There’s nothing like international travel to broaden your perspective. In the case of student travel, it can heighten and reinforce lessons in science, math, history and other areas. Cast your mind back to your elementary school days. In [...]

Things to Consider When Planning a Student Trip to London

May 2, 2017

Traveling abroad as a student is a wonderful opportunity to hit two birds with one stone: exploring beautiful places while pursuing your education. And the chance to do it in London is an enticing thought for many young people, as it’s one of the [...]

6 National Parks for your Next Winter School Excursion

January 31, 2017

By Tia Johnson Providing fun-filled family adventures for over 100 years, the National Park Service succeeds in touching the hearts of anyone who steps foot in the system’s numerous parks. While they are best known for their summertime activities, [...]

The Business of Show in Branson

September 2, 2016

By Dave Bodle Listen to Jimmy Osmond for more than a few minutes and you’ll be struck by his humility. However, there is that twinkle in his voice as he shares (and likes to remind his brothers) that at five years old he was the first in the [...]

Education Awaits Students in Garrett County, Maryland

June 8, 2016

Traversed by pioneers for centuries, Garrett County continues its tradition of welcoming visitors and history lovers to western Maryland. Stunning Appalachian forests and lakes make the area a premier destination for hikers and boaters, while [...]

The Top 14 Zoos in the United States for Student Groups

May 25, 2016

Many students live in a world of brick and steel structures, of sprawling cities and busy streets. The natural world peeks through sporadically, providing a small oasis amid the cosmopolitan surroundings. Animals and the wilderness seem far away [...]

4 Must Sees When Planning a Student Trip to Philadelphia

May 6, 2016

One of the best ways for students to learn is by traveling to a new destination and immersing themselves in the culture of that area. While many teachers think of travel abroad when they consider an educational student experience, there are plenty [...]

Witnessing History in Washington, D.C.

February 15, 2016

With President’s Day here and election season heating up, our attention turns to the White House. In less than a year, the newly elected president will take the oath of office as millions flock to Washington, D.C. to join in the festivities. The [...]

A Student Trip to Cape Cod is One for the Books

October 5, 2015

I recently had the pleasure of visiting The Cape to get a taste of the best student-friendly activities this East Coast region has to offer. During a long weekend, my mom and I made our way down from Boston Logan Airport and up again to the tip-top [...]

See History Come to Life at the Chicago History Museum

July 29, 2015

People often think of museums as boring places where artifacts are locked behind glass cases, and it’s more like reading from a textbook than taking a field trip. A museum should be an exciting, innovative place where students are engaged from the [...]

Visiting Students in North Dakota are Sure to be Awed

July 20, 2015

If you’re looking for a truly unique experience, North Dakota’s wildly fantastic topography has plenty of hidden secrets to share—you’ve probably heard about the Badlands in North Dakota. It’s hard not to attract attention with a name like [...]

New Jersey is a Hidden Treasure for Student Travelers

July 9, 2015

New Jersey is known for its fierce rivalry with its neighbor just across the bridge in New York, but there is no competition when it comes to the excellent student activities this state has to offer. From fascinating museums with interactive [...]

Student Travelers Find a Southern Haven in Louisiana

July 8, 2015

That famous Southern hospitality runs deep in Louisiana. In addition to natural beauty and fascinating history, the welcoming people of Louisiana are more than willing to show visitors the best their state has to offer. Students can learn about [...]

Students Venture through Idaho

June 26, 2015

A plethora of hands-on opportunities await your students in Idaho. The most important part of Idaho is its connection to nature and history. This large state is made up of untouched wilderness landscapes. From valleys and mountains to lakes and [...]
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