In New Orleans, your performing students can be part of a variety of activities, from marching in a Mardi Gras parade to performing alongside top-notch professional musicians. Students will not just have fun and enjoy an unforgettable musical experience, but also learn about the unique culture and history of the birthplace of jazz. A City… Read More


The hub of our national government, an iconic commemoration to historical events, and the center of politics and law, there is no better way to teach your students about the functions of government than a school trip to Washington DC. Bring your classroom to life and relive pivotal moments in history as you tour some… Read More


Because it’s student travel season, we thought it might be helpful to remind trip leaders and teachers of a few items we recommend that students shouldn’t bring on their educational field trips. #1. New Shoes Because most of our school groups and trip leaders want to see and experience as much as possible while traveling,… Read More


#1. Lowest Pricing Possible The old phrase “the early bird gets the worm” is certainly the case when it comes to booking student travel. Many hotels and activity providers will often offer discounted pricing to groups that book well in advance of their travel. Also keep in mind that traveling during off peak periods or… Read More