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June 2024

  • Jun
    8

    MS Global Travel: Belize


    • Location
      :  San Ignacio & Tobacco Caye
    • Dates: June 8-15,  2024
    • Trip Leaders: Jessica Campbell & Jose Malagon
    • Program Cost: $2875
    • Airfare Estimate: $950
    • Eligibility: Students in Grades 6-8
    • Capacity: 15-18 students
    • Vendor:  World Leadership School 
    • Read MoreDetailed Itinerary
    • Initial Application Due October 16

    Embark on an extraordinary journey to Belize, where adventure, culture, and meaningful engagement seamlessly converge. This immersive eight-day program invites you to delve into the heart of Belize’s natural wonders and rich heritage. Join Ms. Campbell and Mr. Malagon on a voyage that not only broadens horizons but also leaves a lasting positive impact on the communities and environments you’ll encounter.

    Program highlights:

    • Night Tour of the Belize Zoo: Wearing a headlamp you will experience a captivating night tour where you’ll encounter the country’s diverse wildlife, learn about conservation efforts, and appreciate the beauty of nocturnal creatures.
    • Xunantunich Maya Ruins: Explore the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich, gaining insights into the rich history and culture of the Maya civilization as you visit impressive ruins.
    • River Tubing Adventure: Embark on an exciting river tubing adventure through lush rainforests, immersing yourself in Belize’s natural beauty.
    • Community Engagement and Service Project: Connect with local communities through a meaningful service project at a Belizean school, contributing to education and experiencing the warmth of the local culture.
    • Chocolate-Making Tour: Discover the art of chocolate making during a visit to a cacao farm and chocolate factory, tasting Belizean chocolate and learning about sustainable farming practices.
    • Snorkeling and Coral Bleaching Data Collection: Explore the Belize Barrier Reef through snorkeling and participate in coral bleaching data collection to support reef conservation efforts.
    • Smithsonian Research Station Visit: Gain insights into marine research and conservation at the Smithsonian Research Station on Carrie Bow Caye, where you’ll interact with marine scientists and learn about ongoing projects.
    • Mangroves and Bird Sanctuary Exploration: Explore Belize’s mangroves and bird sanctuary, discovering their importance in coastal ecosystems and bird conservation efforts.

    These highlights provide a well-rounded experience of Belize, blending jungle and ocean adventure, cultural immersion, and meaningful engagement, while having an incredible adventure in Central America’s only English-speaking country. This fun adventure aligns with the strong commitment of the World Leadership School to create a meaningful global impact while empowering students to lead purpose-driven lives.

  • Jun
    9

    MS Global Travel: Belize


    • Location
      :  San Ignacio & Tobacco Caye
    • Dates: June 8-15,  2024
    • Trip Leaders: Jessica Campbell & Jose Malagon
    • Program Cost: $2875
    • Airfare Estimate: $950
    • Eligibility: Students in Grades 6-8
    • Capacity: 15-18 students
    • Vendor:  World Leadership School 
    • Read MoreDetailed Itinerary
    • Initial Application Due October 16

    Embark on an extraordinary journey to Belize, where adventure, culture, and meaningful engagement seamlessly converge. This immersive eight-day program invites you to delve into the heart of Belize’s natural wonders and rich heritage. Join Ms. Campbell and Mr. Malagon on a voyage that not only broadens horizons but also leaves a lasting positive impact on the communities and environments you’ll encounter.

    Program highlights:

    • Night Tour of the Belize Zoo: Wearing a headlamp you will experience a captivating night tour where you’ll encounter the country’s diverse wildlife, learn about conservation efforts, and appreciate the beauty of nocturnal creatures.
    • Xunantunich Maya Ruins: Explore the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich, gaining insights into the rich history and culture of the Maya civilization as you visit impressive ruins.
    • River Tubing Adventure: Embark on an exciting river tubing adventure through lush rainforests, immersing yourself in Belize’s natural beauty.
    • Community Engagement and Service Project: Connect with local communities through a meaningful service project at a Belizean school, contributing to education and experiencing the warmth of the local culture.
    • Chocolate-Making Tour: Discover the art of chocolate making during a visit to a cacao farm and chocolate factory, tasting Belizean chocolate and learning about sustainable farming practices.
    • Snorkeling and Coral Bleaching Data Collection: Explore the Belize Barrier Reef through snorkeling and participate in coral bleaching data collection to support reef conservation efforts.
    • Smithsonian Research Station Visit: Gain insights into marine research and conservation at the Smithsonian Research Station on Carrie Bow Caye, where you’ll interact with marine scientists and learn about ongoing projects.
    • Mangroves and Bird Sanctuary Exploration: Explore Belize’s mangroves and bird sanctuary, discovering their importance in coastal ecosystems and bird conservation efforts.

    These highlights provide a well-rounded experience of Belize, blending jungle and ocean adventure, cultural immersion, and meaningful engagement, while having an incredible adventure in Central America’s only English-speaking country. This fun adventure aligns with the strong commitment of the World Leadership School to create a meaningful global impact while empowering students to lead purpose-driven lives.

  • Jun
    10

    MS Global Travel: Belize


    • Location
      :  San Ignacio & Tobacco Caye
    • Dates: June 8-15,  2024
    • Trip Leaders: Jessica Campbell & Jose Malagon
    • Program Cost: $2875
    • Airfare Estimate: $950
    • Eligibility: Students in Grades 6-8
    • Capacity: 15-18 students
    • Vendor:  World Leadership School 
    • Read MoreDetailed Itinerary
    • Initial Application Due October 16

    Embark on an extraordinary journey to Belize, where adventure, culture, and meaningful engagement seamlessly converge. This immersive eight-day program invites you to delve into the heart of Belize’s natural wonders and rich heritage. Join Ms. Campbell and Mr. Malagon on a voyage that not only broadens horizons but also leaves a lasting positive impact on the communities and environments you’ll encounter.

    Program highlights:

    • Night Tour of the Belize Zoo: Wearing a headlamp you will experience a captivating night tour where you’ll encounter the country’s diverse wildlife, learn about conservation efforts, and appreciate the beauty of nocturnal creatures.
    • Xunantunich Maya Ruins: Explore the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich, gaining insights into the rich history and culture of the Maya civilization as you visit impressive ruins.
    • River Tubing Adventure: Embark on an exciting river tubing adventure through lush rainforests, immersing yourself in Belize’s natural beauty.
    • Community Engagement and Service Project: Connect with local communities through a meaningful service project at a Belizean school, contributing to education and experiencing the warmth of the local culture.
    • Chocolate-Making Tour: Discover the art of chocolate making during a visit to a cacao farm and chocolate factory, tasting Belizean chocolate and learning about sustainable farming practices.
    • Snorkeling and Coral Bleaching Data Collection: Explore the Belize Barrier Reef through snorkeling and participate in coral bleaching data collection to support reef conservation efforts.
    • Smithsonian Research Station Visit: Gain insights into marine research and conservation at the Smithsonian Research Station on Carrie Bow Caye, where you’ll interact with marine scientists and learn about ongoing projects.
    • Mangroves and Bird Sanctuary Exploration: Explore Belize’s mangroves and bird sanctuary, discovering their importance in coastal ecosystems and bird conservation efforts.

    These highlights provide a well-rounded experience of Belize, blending jungle and ocean adventure, cultural immersion, and meaningful engagement, while having an incredible adventure in Central America’s only English-speaking country. This fun adventure aligns with the strong commitment of the World Leadership School to create a meaningful global impact while empowering students to lead purpose-driven lives.

  • Jun
    11

    MS Global Travel: Belize


    • Location
      :  San Ignacio & Tobacco Caye
    • Dates: June 8-15,  2024
    • Trip Leaders: Jessica Campbell & Jose Malagon
    • Program Cost: $2875
    • Airfare Estimate: $950
    • Eligibility: Students in Grades 6-8
    • Capacity: 15-18 students
    • Vendor:  World Leadership School 
    • Read MoreDetailed Itinerary
    • Initial Application Due October 16

    Embark on an extraordinary journey to Belize, where adventure, culture, and meaningful engagement seamlessly converge. This immersive eight-day program invites you to delve into the heart of Belize’s natural wonders and rich heritage. Join Ms. Campbell and Mr. Malagon on a voyage that not only broadens horizons but also leaves a lasting positive impact on the communities and environments you’ll encounter.

    Program highlights:

    • Night Tour of the Belize Zoo: Wearing a headlamp you will experience a captivating night tour where you’ll encounter the country’s diverse wildlife, learn about conservation efforts, and appreciate the beauty of nocturnal creatures.
    • Xunantunich Maya Ruins: Explore the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich, gaining insights into the rich history and culture of the Maya civilization as you visit impressive ruins.
    • River Tubing Adventure: Embark on an exciting river tubing adventure through lush rainforests, immersing yourself in Belize’s natural beauty.
    • Community Engagement and Service Project: Connect with local communities through a meaningful service project at a Belizean school, contributing to education and experiencing the warmth of the local culture.
    • Chocolate-Making Tour: Discover the art of chocolate making during a visit to a cacao farm and chocolate factory, tasting Belizean chocolate and learning about sustainable farming practices.
    • Snorkeling and Coral Bleaching Data Collection: Explore the Belize Barrier Reef through snorkeling and participate in coral bleaching data collection to support reef conservation efforts.
    • Smithsonian Research Station Visit: Gain insights into marine research and conservation at the Smithsonian Research Station on Carrie Bow Caye, where you’ll interact with marine scientists and learn about ongoing projects.
    • Mangroves and Bird Sanctuary Exploration: Explore Belize’s mangroves and bird sanctuary, discovering their importance in coastal ecosystems and bird conservation efforts.

    These highlights provide a well-rounded experience of Belize, blending jungle and ocean adventure, cultural immersion, and meaningful engagement, while having an incredible adventure in Central America’s only English-speaking country. This fun adventure aligns with the strong commitment of the World Leadership School to create a meaningful global impact while empowering students to lead purpose-driven lives.

  • Jun
    12

    MS Global Travel: Belize


    • Location
      :  San Ignacio & Tobacco Caye
    • Dates: June 8-15,  2024
    • Trip Leaders: Jessica Campbell & Jose Malagon
    • Program Cost: $2875
    • Airfare Estimate: $950
    • Eligibility: Students in Grades 6-8
    • Capacity: 15-18 students
    • Vendor:  World Leadership School 
    • Read MoreDetailed Itinerary
    • Initial Application Due October 16

    Embark on an extraordinary journey to Belize, where adventure, culture, and meaningful engagement seamlessly converge. This immersive eight-day program invites you to delve into the heart of Belize’s natural wonders and rich heritage. Join Ms. Campbell and Mr. Malagon on a voyage that not only broadens horizons but also leaves a lasting positive impact on the communities and environments you’ll encounter.

    Program highlights:

    • Night Tour of the Belize Zoo: Wearing a headlamp you will experience a captivating night tour where you’ll encounter the country’s diverse wildlife, learn about conservation efforts, and appreciate the beauty of nocturnal creatures.
    • Xunantunich Maya Ruins: Explore the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich, gaining insights into the rich history and culture of the Maya civilization as you visit impressive ruins.
    • River Tubing Adventure: Embark on an exciting river tubing adventure through lush rainforests, immersing yourself in Belize’s natural beauty.
    • Community Engagement and Service Project: Connect with local communities through a meaningful service project at a Belizean school, contributing to education and experiencing the warmth of the local culture.
    • Chocolate-Making Tour: Discover the art of chocolate making during a visit to a cacao farm and chocolate factory, tasting Belizean chocolate and learning about sustainable farming practices.
    • Snorkeling and Coral Bleaching Data Collection: Explore the Belize Barrier Reef through snorkeling and participate in coral bleaching data collection to support reef conservation efforts.
    • Smithsonian Research Station Visit: Gain insights into marine research and conservation at the Smithsonian Research Station on Carrie Bow Caye, where you’ll interact with marine scientists and learn about ongoing projects.
    • Mangroves and Bird Sanctuary Exploration: Explore Belize’s mangroves and bird sanctuary, discovering their importance in coastal ecosystems and bird conservation efforts.

    These highlights provide a well-rounded experience of Belize, blending jungle and ocean adventure, cultural immersion, and meaningful engagement, while having an incredible adventure in Central America’s only English-speaking country. This fun adventure aligns with the strong commitment of the World Leadership School to create a meaningful global impact while empowering students to lead purpose-driven lives.

  • Jun
    13

    MS Global Travel: Belize


    • Location
      :  San Ignacio & Tobacco Caye
    • Dates: June 8-15,  2024
    • Trip Leaders: Jessica Campbell & Jose Malagon
    • Program Cost: $2875
    • Airfare Estimate: $950
    • Eligibility: Students in Grades 6-8
    • Capacity: 15-18 students
    • Vendor:  World Leadership School 
    • Read MoreDetailed Itinerary
    • Initial Application Due October 16

    Embark on an extraordinary journey to Belize, where adventure, culture, and meaningful engagement seamlessly converge. This immersive eight-day program invites you to delve into the heart of Belize’s natural wonders and rich heritage. Join Ms. Campbell and Mr. Malagon on a voyage that not only broadens horizons but also leaves a lasting positive impact on the communities and environments you’ll encounter.

    Program highlights:

    • Night Tour of the Belize Zoo: Wearing a headlamp you will experience a captivating night tour where you’ll encounter the country’s diverse wildlife, learn about conservation efforts, and appreciate the beauty of nocturnal creatures.
    • Xunantunich Maya Ruins: Explore the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich, gaining insights into the rich history and culture of the Maya civilization as you visit impressive ruins.
    • River Tubing Adventure: Embark on an exciting river tubing adventure through lush rainforests, immersing yourself in Belize’s natural beauty.
    • Community Engagement and Service Project: Connect with local communities through a meaningful service project at a Belizean school, contributing to education and experiencing the warmth of the local culture.
    • Chocolate-Making Tour: Discover the art of chocolate making during a visit to a cacao farm and chocolate factory, tasting Belizean chocolate and learning about sustainable farming practices.
    • Snorkeling and Coral Bleaching Data Collection: Explore the Belize Barrier Reef through snorkeling and participate in coral bleaching data collection to support reef conservation efforts.
    • Smithsonian Research Station Visit: Gain insights into marine research and conservation at the Smithsonian Research Station on Carrie Bow Caye, where you’ll interact with marine scientists and learn about ongoing projects.
    • Mangroves and Bird Sanctuary Exploration: Explore Belize’s mangroves and bird sanctuary, discovering their importance in coastal ecosystems and bird conservation efforts.

    These highlights provide a well-rounded experience of Belize, blending jungle and ocean adventure, cultural immersion, and meaningful engagement, while having an incredible adventure in Central America’s only English-speaking country. This fun adventure aligns with the strong commitment of the World Leadership School to create a meaningful global impact while empowering students to lead purpose-driven lives.

  • Jun
    14

    MS Global Travel: Belize


    • Location
      :  San Ignacio & Tobacco Caye
    • Dates: June 8-15,  2024
    • Trip Leaders: Jessica Campbell & Jose Malagon
    • Program Cost: $2875
    • Airfare Estimate: $950
    • Eligibility: Students in Grades 6-8
    • Capacity: 15-18 students
    • Vendor:  World Leadership School 
    • Read MoreDetailed Itinerary
    • Initial Application Due October 16

    Embark on an extraordinary journey to Belize, where adventure, culture, and meaningful engagement seamlessly converge. This immersive eight-day program invites you to delve into the heart of Belize’s natural wonders and rich heritage. Join Ms. Campbell and Mr. Malagon on a voyage that not only broadens horizons but also leaves a lasting positive impact on the communities and environments you’ll encounter.

    Program highlights:

    • Night Tour of the Belize Zoo: Wearing a headlamp you will experience a captivating night tour where you’ll encounter the country’s diverse wildlife, learn about conservation efforts, and appreciate the beauty of nocturnal creatures.
    • Xunantunich Maya Ruins: Explore the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich, gaining insights into the rich history and culture of the Maya civilization as you visit impressive ruins.
    • River Tubing Adventure: Embark on an exciting river tubing adventure through lush rainforests, immersing yourself in Belize’s natural beauty.
    • Community Engagement and Service Project: Connect with local communities through a meaningful service project at a Belizean school, contributing to education and experiencing the warmth of the local culture.
    • Chocolate-Making Tour: Discover the art of chocolate making during a visit to a cacao farm and chocolate factory, tasting Belizean chocolate and learning about sustainable farming practices.
    • Snorkeling and Coral Bleaching Data Collection: Explore the Belize Barrier Reef through snorkeling and participate in coral bleaching data collection to support reef conservation efforts.
    • Smithsonian Research Station Visit: Gain insights into marine research and conservation at the Smithsonian Research Station on Carrie Bow Caye, where you’ll interact with marine scientists and learn about ongoing projects.
    • Mangroves and Bird Sanctuary Exploration: Explore Belize’s mangroves and bird sanctuary, discovering their importance in coastal ecosystems and bird conservation efforts.

    These highlights provide a well-rounded experience of Belize, blending jungle and ocean adventure, cultural immersion, and meaningful engagement, while having an incredible adventure in Central America’s only English-speaking country. This fun adventure aligns with the strong commitment of the World Leadership School to create a meaningful global impact while empowering students to lead purpose-driven lives.

  • Jun
    15

    MS Global Travel: Belize


    • Location
      :  San Ignacio & Tobacco Caye
    • Dates: June 8-15,  2024
    • Trip Leaders: Jessica Campbell & Jose Malagon
    • Program Cost: $2875
    • Airfare Estimate: $950
    • Eligibility: Students in Grades 6-8
    • Capacity: 15-18 students
    • Vendor:  World Leadership School 
    • Read MoreDetailed Itinerary
    • Initial Application Due October 16

    Embark on an extraordinary journey to Belize, where adventure, culture, and meaningful engagement seamlessly converge. This immersive eight-day program invites you to delve into the heart of Belize’s natural wonders and rich heritage. Join Ms. Campbell and Mr. Malagon on a voyage that not only broadens horizons but also leaves a lasting positive impact on the communities and environments you’ll encounter.

    Program highlights:

    • Night Tour of the Belize Zoo: Wearing a headlamp you will experience a captivating night tour where you’ll encounter the country’s diverse wildlife, learn about conservation efforts, and appreciate the beauty of nocturnal creatures.
    • Xunantunich Maya Ruins: Explore the ancient Maya city of Xunantunich, gaining insights into the rich history and culture of the Maya civilization as you visit impressive ruins.
    • River Tubing Adventure: Embark on an exciting river tubing adventure through lush rainforests, immersing yourself in Belize’s natural beauty.
    • Community Engagement and Service Project: Connect with local communities through a meaningful service project at a Belizean school, contributing to education and experiencing the warmth of the local culture.
    • Chocolate-Making Tour: Discover the art of chocolate making during a visit to a cacao farm and chocolate factory, tasting Belizean chocolate and learning about sustainable farming practices.
    • Snorkeling and Coral Bleaching Data Collection: Explore the Belize Barrier Reef through snorkeling and participate in coral bleaching data collection to support reef conservation efforts.
    • Smithsonian Research Station Visit: Gain insights into marine research and conservation at the Smithsonian Research Station on Carrie Bow Caye, where you’ll interact with marine scientists and learn about ongoing projects.
    • Mangroves and Bird Sanctuary Exploration: Explore Belize’s mangroves and bird sanctuary, discovering their importance in coastal ecosystems and bird conservation efforts.

    These highlights provide a well-rounded experience of Belize, blending jungle and ocean adventure, cultural immersion, and meaningful engagement, while having an incredible adventure in Central America’s only English-speaking country. This fun adventure aligns with the strong commitment of the World Leadership School to create a meaningful global impact while empowering students to lead purpose-driven lives.

  • Jun
    17

    US Global Travel - Alaska

    • Location: Anchorage, Denali, Seward
    • Dates: June 17-25
    • Trip Leaders: Taja McKinney & Stashia Taylor
    • Program Cost:  $6200 (Includes airfare)
    • Eligibility: Upper School students – Grades 9-11
    • Capacity: 15-16 students
    • VendorGrand Classroom
    • Read moreDetailed itinerary
    • Initial Application due Tuesday, October 3.

    Welcome to Alaska, a realm of awe-inspiring adventure, artistic inspiration, and passionate conservation efforts. Your journey to this remarkable state with Ms. McKinney and Ms. Taylor promises a thrilling fusion of nature’s grandeur, cultural richness, and a commitment to preserving its pristine beauty. Here are the breathtaking highlights that will make our Alaskan expedition truly exceptional:

    • Artisan Exploration and Immersion at Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center: Delve into Alaska’s indigenous heritage and engage with local artisans, witnessing their craftsmanship firsthand, and discovering how art plays a vital role in preserving cultural traditions and in survival.
    • Rail Voyage: Enjoy a spectacular adventure as you take a scenic rail journey from Anchorage to explore Denali, North America’s tallest peak. Stand in awe of this towering giant and capture its majestic beauty.
    • Conservation Encounters: Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center and Wildlife Conservation Center, where you’ll connect with the region’s unique marine and land animals. Gain a deeper appreciation for their conservation and witness the incredible work being done to protect these species.
    • Adventure to the Musk Ox Farm:  Witness these majestic Arctic creatures up close, learning about their role in both the ecosystem and local artistic traditions.
    • Set sail on a Full-day Kenai Fjords Scenic Boat Trip from Seward. Marvel at the fjords’ pristine beauty while appreciating the critical conservation work taking place in this remarkable environment.
    • Ocean Kayaking: Paddle through the pristine waters of Alaska, immersing yourself in the tranquility of the ocean and the serenity of the wilderness, all while fostering a deeper connection to conservation efforts.

    This Alaskan adventure is a celebration of both the heart-pounding thrill of outdoor exploration and the profound connection between art, culture, and conservation. It’s an opportunity to not only witness nature’s raw beauty, but also actively engage in preserving it, all while finding inspiration in Alaska’s rich artistic tapestry.

  • Jun
    18

    US Global Travel - Alaska

    • Location: Anchorage, Denali, Seward
    • Dates: June 17-25
    • Trip Leaders: Taja McKinney & Stashia Taylor
    • Program Cost:  $6200 (Includes airfare)
    • Eligibility: Upper School students – Grades 9-11
    • Capacity: 15-16 students
    • VendorGrand Classroom
    • Read moreDetailed itinerary
    • Initial Application due Tuesday, October 3.

    Welcome to Alaska, a realm of awe-inspiring adventure, artistic inspiration, and passionate conservation efforts. Your journey to this remarkable state with Ms. McKinney and Ms. Taylor promises a thrilling fusion of nature’s grandeur, cultural richness, and a commitment to preserving its pristine beauty. Here are the breathtaking highlights that will make our Alaskan expedition truly exceptional:

    • Artisan Exploration and Immersion at Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center: Delve into Alaska’s indigenous heritage and engage with local artisans, witnessing their craftsmanship firsthand, and discovering how art plays a vital role in preserving cultural traditions and in survival.
    • Rail Voyage: Enjoy a spectacular adventure as you take a scenic rail journey from Anchorage to explore Denali, North America’s tallest peak. Stand in awe of this towering giant and capture its majestic beauty.
    • Conservation Encounters: Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center and Wildlife Conservation Center, where you’ll connect with the region’s unique marine and land animals. Gain a deeper appreciation for their conservation and witness the incredible work being done to protect these species.
    • Adventure to the Musk Ox Farm:  Witness these majestic Arctic creatures up close, learning about their role in both the ecosystem and local artistic traditions.
    • Set sail on a Full-day Kenai Fjords Scenic Boat Trip from Seward. Marvel at the fjords’ pristine beauty while appreciating the critical conservation work taking place in this remarkable environment.
    • Ocean Kayaking: Paddle through the pristine waters of Alaska, immersing yourself in the tranquility of the ocean and the serenity of the wilderness, all while fostering a deeper connection to conservation efforts.

    This Alaskan adventure is a celebration of both the heart-pounding thrill of outdoor exploration and the profound connection between art, culture, and conservation. It’s an opportunity to not only witness nature’s raw beauty, but also actively engage in preserving it, all while finding inspiration in Alaska’s rich artistic tapestry.

  • Jun
    19

    US Global Travel - Alaska

    • Location: Anchorage, Denali, Seward
    • Dates: June 17-25
    • Trip Leaders: Taja McKinney & Stashia Taylor
    • Program Cost:  $6200 (Includes airfare)
    • Eligibility: Upper School students – Grades 9-11
    • Capacity: 15-16 students
    • VendorGrand Classroom
    • Read moreDetailed itinerary
    • Initial Application due Tuesday, October 3.

    Welcome to Alaska, a realm of awe-inspiring adventure, artistic inspiration, and passionate conservation efforts. Your journey to this remarkable state with Ms. McKinney and Ms. Taylor promises a thrilling fusion of nature’s grandeur, cultural richness, and a commitment to preserving its pristine beauty. Here are the breathtaking highlights that will make our Alaskan expedition truly exceptional:

    • Artisan Exploration and Immersion at Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center: Delve into Alaska’s indigenous heritage and engage with local artisans, witnessing their craftsmanship firsthand, and discovering how art plays a vital role in preserving cultural traditions and in survival.
    • Rail Voyage: Enjoy a spectacular adventure as you take a scenic rail journey from Anchorage to explore Denali, North America’s tallest peak. Stand in awe of this towering giant and capture its majestic beauty.
    • Conservation Encounters: Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center and Wildlife Conservation Center, where you’ll connect with the region’s unique marine and land animals. Gain a deeper appreciation for their conservation and witness the incredible work being done to protect these species.
    • Adventure to the Musk Ox Farm:  Witness these majestic Arctic creatures up close, learning about their role in both the ecosystem and local artistic traditions.
    • Set sail on a Full-day Kenai Fjords Scenic Boat Trip from Seward. Marvel at the fjords’ pristine beauty while appreciating the critical conservation work taking place in this remarkable environment.
    • Ocean Kayaking: Paddle through the pristine waters of Alaska, immersing yourself in the tranquility of the ocean and the serenity of the wilderness, all while fostering a deeper connection to conservation efforts.

    This Alaskan adventure is a celebration of both the heart-pounding thrill of outdoor exploration and the profound connection between art, culture, and conservation. It’s an opportunity to not only witness nature’s raw beauty, but also actively engage in preserving it, all while finding inspiration in Alaska’s rich artistic tapestry.

  • Jun
    20

    US Global Travel - Alaska

    • Location: Anchorage, Denali, Seward
    • Dates: June 17-25
    • Trip Leaders: Taja McKinney & Stashia Taylor
    • Program Cost:  $6200 (Includes airfare)
    • Eligibility: Upper School students – Grades 9-11
    • Capacity: 15-16 students
    • VendorGrand Classroom
    • Read moreDetailed itinerary
    • Initial Application due Tuesday, October 3.

    Welcome to Alaska, a realm of awe-inspiring adventure, artistic inspiration, and passionate conservation efforts. Your journey to this remarkable state with Ms. McKinney and Ms. Taylor promises a thrilling fusion of nature’s grandeur, cultural richness, and a commitment to preserving its pristine beauty. Here are the breathtaking highlights that will make our Alaskan expedition truly exceptional:

    • Artisan Exploration and Immersion at Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center: Delve into Alaska’s indigenous heritage and engage with local artisans, witnessing their craftsmanship firsthand, and discovering how art plays a vital role in preserving cultural traditions and in survival.
    • Rail Voyage: Enjoy a spectacular adventure as you take a scenic rail journey from Anchorage to explore Denali, North America’s tallest peak. Stand in awe of this towering giant and capture its majestic beauty.
    • Conservation Encounters: Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center and Wildlife Conservation Center, where you’ll connect with the region’s unique marine and land animals. Gain a deeper appreciation for their conservation and witness the incredible work being done to protect these species.
    • Adventure to the Musk Ox Farm:  Witness these majestic Arctic creatures up close, learning about their role in both the ecosystem and local artistic traditions.
    • Set sail on a Full-day Kenai Fjords Scenic Boat Trip from Seward. Marvel at the fjords’ pristine beauty while appreciating the critical conservation work taking place in this remarkable environment.
    • Ocean Kayaking: Paddle through the pristine waters of Alaska, immersing yourself in the tranquility of the ocean and the serenity of the wilderness, all while fostering a deeper connection to conservation efforts.

    This Alaskan adventure is a celebration of both the heart-pounding thrill of outdoor exploration and the profound connection between art, culture, and conservation. It’s an opportunity to not only witness nature’s raw beauty, but also actively engage in preserving it, all while finding inspiration in Alaska’s rich artistic tapestry.

  • Jun
    21

    US Global Travel - Alaska

    • Location: Anchorage, Denali, Seward
    • Dates: June 17-25
    • Trip Leaders: Taja McKinney & Stashia Taylor
    • Program Cost:  $6200 (Includes airfare)
    • Eligibility: Upper School students – Grades 9-11
    • Capacity: 15-16 students
    • VendorGrand Classroom
    • Read moreDetailed itinerary
    • Initial Application due Tuesday, October 3.

    Welcome to Alaska, a realm of awe-inspiring adventure, artistic inspiration, and passionate conservation efforts. Your journey to this remarkable state with Ms. McKinney and Ms. Taylor promises a thrilling fusion of nature’s grandeur, cultural richness, and a commitment to preserving its pristine beauty. Here are the breathtaking highlights that will make our Alaskan expedition truly exceptional:

    • Artisan Exploration and Immersion at Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center: Delve into Alaska’s indigenous heritage and engage with local artisans, witnessing their craftsmanship firsthand, and discovering how art plays a vital role in preserving cultural traditions and in survival.
    • Rail Voyage: Enjoy a spectacular adventure as you take a scenic rail journey from Anchorage to explore Denali, North America’s tallest peak. Stand in awe of this towering giant and capture its majestic beauty.
    • Conservation Encounters: Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center and Wildlife Conservation Center, where you’ll connect with the region’s unique marine and land animals. Gain a deeper appreciation for their conservation and witness the incredible work being done to protect these species.
    • Adventure to the Musk Ox Farm:  Witness these majestic Arctic creatures up close, learning about their role in both the ecosystem and local artistic traditions.
    • Set sail on a Full-day Kenai Fjords Scenic Boat Trip from Seward. Marvel at the fjords’ pristine beauty while appreciating the critical conservation work taking place in this remarkable environment.
    • Ocean Kayaking: Paddle through the pristine waters of Alaska, immersing yourself in the tranquility of the ocean and the serenity of the wilderness, all while fostering a deeper connection to conservation efforts.

    This Alaskan adventure is a celebration of both the heart-pounding thrill of outdoor exploration and the profound connection between art, culture, and conservation. It’s an opportunity to not only witness nature’s raw beauty, but also actively engage in preserving it, all while finding inspiration in Alaska’s rich artistic tapestry.

  • Jun
    22

    US Global Travel - Alaska

    • Location: Anchorage, Denali, Seward
    • Dates: June 17-25
    • Trip Leaders: Taja McKinney & Stashia Taylor
    • Program Cost:  $6200 (Includes airfare)
    • Eligibility: Upper School students – Grades 9-11
    • Capacity: 15-16 students
    • VendorGrand Classroom
    • Read moreDetailed itinerary
    • Initial Application due Tuesday, October 3.

    Welcome to Alaska, a realm of awe-inspiring adventure, artistic inspiration, and passionate conservation efforts. Your journey to this remarkable state with Ms. McKinney and Ms. Taylor promises a thrilling fusion of nature’s grandeur, cultural richness, and a commitment to preserving its pristine beauty. Here are the breathtaking highlights that will make our Alaskan expedition truly exceptional:

    • Artisan Exploration and Immersion at Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center: Delve into Alaska’s indigenous heritage and engage with local artisans, witnessing their craftsmanship firsthand, and discovering how art plays a vital role in preserving cultural traditions and in survival.
    • Rail Voyage: Enjoy a spectacular adventure as you take a scenic rail journey from Anchorage to explore Denali, North America’s tallest peak. Stand in awe of this towering giant and capture its majestic beauty.
    • Conservation Encounters: Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center and Wildlife Conservation Center, where you’ll connect with the region’s unique marine and land animals. Gain a deeper appreciation for their conservation and witness the incredible work being done to protect these species.
    • Adventure to the Musk Ox Farm:  Witness these majestic Arctic creatures up close, learning about their role in both the ecosystem and local artistic traditions.
    • Set sail on a Full-day Kenai Fjords Scenic Boat Trip from Seward. Marvel at the fjords’ pristine beauty while appreciating the critical conservation work taking place in this remarkable environment.
    • Ocean Kayaking: Paddle through the pristine waters of Alaska, immersing yourself in the tranquility of the ocean and the serenity of the wilderness, all while fostering a deeper connection to conservation efforts.

    This Alaskan adventure is a celebration of both the heart-pounding thrill of outdoor exploration and the profound connection between art, culture, and conservation. It’s an opportunity to not only witness nature’s raw beauty, but also actively engage in preserving it, all while finding inspiration in Alaska’s rich artistic tapestry.

  • Jun
    23

    US Global Travel - Alaska

    • Location: Anchorage, Denali, Seward
    • Dates: June 17-25
    • Trip Leaders: Taja McKinney & Stashia Taylor
    • Program Cost:  $6200 (Includes airfare)
    • Eligibility: Upper School students – Grades 9-11
    • Capacity: 15-16 students
    • VendorGrand Classroom
    • Read moreDetailed itinerary
    • Initial Application due Tuesday, October 3.

    Welcome to Alaska, a realm of awe-inspiring adventure, artistic inspiration, and passionate conservation efforts. Your journey to this remarkable state with Ms. McKinney and Ms. Taylor promises a thrilling fusion of nature’s grandeur, cultural richness, and a commitment to preserving its pristine beauty. Here are the breathtaking highlights that will make our Alaskan expedition truly exceptional:

    • Artisan Exploration and Immersion at Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center: Delve into Alaska’s indigenous heritage and engage with local artisans, witnessing their craftsmanship firsthand, and discovering how art plays a vital role in preserving cultural traditions and in survival.
    • Rail Voyage: Enjoy a spectacular adventure as you take a scenic rail journey from Anchorage to explore Denali, North America’s tallest peak. Stand in awe of this towering giant and capture its majestic beauty.
    • Conservation Encounters: Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center and Wildlife Conservation Center, where you’ll connect with the region’s unique marine and land animals. Gain a deeper appreciation for their conservation and witness the incredible work being done to protect these species.
    • Adventure to the Musk Ox Farm:  Witness these majestic Arctic creatures up close, learning about their role in both the ecosystem and local artistic traditions.
    • Set sail on a Full-day Kenai Fjords Scenic Boat Trip from Seward. Marvel at the fjords’ pristine beauty while appreciating the critical conservation work taking place in this remarkable environment.
    • Ocean Kayaking: Paddle through the pristine waters of Alaska, immersing yourself in the tranquility of the ocean and the serenity of the wilderness, all while fostering a deeper connection to conservation efforts.

    This Alaskan adventure is a celebration of both the heart-pounding thrill of outdoor exploration and the profound connection between art, culture, and conservation. It’s an opportunity to not only witness nature’s raw beauty, but also actively engage in preserving it, all while finding inspiration in Alaska’s rich artistic tapestry.

  • Jun
    24

    US Global Travel - Alaska

    • Location: Anchorage, Denali, Seward
    • Dates: June 17-25
    • Trip Leaders: Taja McKinney & Stashia Taylor
    • Program Cost:  $6200 (Includes airfare)
    • Eligibility: Upper School students – Grades 9-11
    • Capacity: 15-16 students
    • VendorGrand Classroom
    • Read moreDetailed itinerary
    • Initial Application due Tuesday, October 3.

    Welcome to Alaska, a realm of awe-inspiring adventure, artistic inspiration, and passionate conservation efforts. Your journey to this remarkable state with Ms. McKinney and Ms. Taylor promises a thrilling fusion of nature’s grandeur, cultural richness, and a commitment to preserving its pristine beauty. Here are the breathtaking highlights that will make our Alaskan expedition truly exceptional:

    • Artisan Exploration and Immersion at Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center: Delve into Alaska’s indigenous heritage and engage with local artisans, witnessing their craftsmanship firsthand, and discovering how art plays a vital role in preserving cultural traditions and in survival.
    • Rail Voyage: Enjoy a spectacular adventure as you take a scenic rail journey from Anchorage to explore Denali, North America’s tallest peak. Stand in awe of this towering giant and capture its majestic beauty.
    • Conservation Encounters: Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center and Wildlife Conservation Center, where you’ll connect with the region’s unique marine and land animals. Gain a deeper appreciation for their conservation and witness the incredible work being done to protect these species.
    • Adventure to the Musk Ox Farm:  Witness these majestic Arctic creatures up close, learning about their role in both the ecosystem and local artistic traditions.
    • Set sail on a Full-day Kenai Fjords Scenic Boat Trip from Seward. Marvel at the fjords’ pristine beauty while appreciating the critical conservation work taking place in this remarkable environment.
    • Ocean Kayaking: Paddle through the pristine waters of Alaska, immersing yourself in the tranquility of the ocean and the serenity of the wilderness, all while fostering a deeper connection to conservation efforts.

    This Alaskan adventure is a celebration of both the heart-pounding thrill of outdoor exploration and the profound connection between art, culture, and conservation. It’s an opportunity to not only witness nature’s raw beauty, but also actively engage in preserving it, all while finding inspiration in Alaska’s rich artistic tapestry.

  • Jun
    25

    US Global Travel - Alaska

    • Location: Anchorage, Denali, Seward
    • Dates: June 17-25
    • Trip Leaders: Taja McKinney & Stashia Taylor
    • Program Cost:  $6200 (Includes airfare)
    • Eligibility: Upper School students – Grades 9-11
    • Capacity: 15-16 students
    • VendorGrand Classroom
    • Read moreDetailed itinerary
    • Initial Application due Tuesday, October 3.

    Welcome to Alaska, a realm of awe-inspiring adventure, artistic inspiration, and passionate conservation efforts. Your journey to this remarkable state with Ms. McKinney and Ms. Taylor promises a thrilling fusion of nature’s grandeur, cultural richness, and a commitment to preserving its pristine beauty. Here are the breathtaking highlights that will make our Alaskan expedition truly exceptional:

    • Artisan Exploration and Immersion at Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center: Delve into Alaska’s indigenous heritage and engage with local artisans, witnessing their craftsmanship firsthand, and discovering how art plays a vital role in preserving cultural traditions and in survival.
    • Rail Voyage: Enjoy a spectacular adventure as you take a scenic rail journey from Anchorage to explore Denali, North America’s tallest peak. Stand in awe of this towering giant and capture its majestic beauty.
    • Conservation Encounters: Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center and Wildlife Conservation Center, where you’ll connect with the region’s unique marine and land animals. Gain a deeper appreciation for their conservation and witness the incredible work being done to protect these species.
    • Adventure to the Musk Ox Farm:  Witness these majestic Arctic creatures up close, learning about their role in both the ecosystem and local artistic traditions.
    • Set sail on a Full-day Kenai Fjords Scenic Boat Trip from Seward. Marvel at the fjords’ pristine beauty while appreciating the critical conservation work taking place in this remarkable environment.
    • Ocean Kayaking: Paddle through the pristine waters of Alaska, immersing yourself in the tranquility of the ocean and the serenity of the wilderness, all while fostering a deeper connection to conservation efforts.

    This Alaskan adventure is a celebration of both the heart-pounding thrill of outdoor exploration and the profound connection between art, culture, and conservation. It’s an opportunity to not only witness nature’s raw beauty, but also actively engage in preserving it, all while finding inspiration in Alaska’s rich artistic tapestry.

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