Spring Break Travel Opportunity for High School Students

High School students have an opportunity to travel to Boston, Massachusetts during Spring Break 2020. The five-day trip, scheduled for March 14-18, is designed to stimulate both the mind and body with various physical and mental challenges throughout the heart of New England. With an emphasis in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) subjects, the trip will offer a chance for students to participate in a robotics and coding program at MIT, to utilize problem-solving skills in two Escape Rooms, and to build/test model boats as they sail into engineering at MIT. They will also go behind the scenes in visits to the legendary Fenway Park, the Franklin Park Zoo, Boston Museum of Science, and the New England Aquarium Squid Academy. The trip also includes a guided walking tour on the historic Freedom Trail where Paul Revere rode in 1775 and a haunted nighttime tour through the heart of the Puritan town that was at the epicenter of the Salem Witch Trials in 1692.
 
The trip will be limited to 30 students. Students who are interested should submit the form below and return it to Mr. Sebastian as soon as possible. 
 
Students who return the form, and their parents, are invited to an informational meeting about the trip on Thursday, October 17 at 6:30 PM in the high school library. Refer to the parent meeting letter below for more details.
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