Monthly Archives: August 2017

Broadway Classroom Experience for Students

Sometimes just seeing a Broadway performance isn’t enough, sometimes you truly need to experience the behind the scenes work and practice that goes into it to get the full effect. [caption id="attachment_24039" align="alignright" width="425"] Students Enjoying Broadway[/caption] The Broadway Classroom program (Broadway.com) is considered to be the ‘leader in providing educational experiences for student groups…
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Secret Spots in NYC You Need to See

Each city has its own set of ‘secret spots’ that most locals know about and most tourists only dream of seeing during their visit. These secret spots, or hidden gems, are beyond the best hole-in-the-wall eateries or pop-up boutiques in the each region, they are about the natural scenes, jaw-dropping viewpoints, and awe-inspiring architectural pieces…
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Secret Spots in Missouri You Need to See

Each state has its own set of ‘secret spots’ that most locals know about and most tourists only dream of seeing during their visit. These secret spots, or hidden gems, of each state, are beyond the best hole-in-the-wall eateries or pop-up boutiques in the each region, they are about the natural scenes, jaw-dropping viewpoints, and…
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Back to School Sign on Bonus

Could your classroom use a new desktop, tablet, or bundle of essential school supplies this school year? Adventure Student Travel will fund up to $500* for classroom needs when you sign on before September 15th. What better way to start your school year than with classroom credit for all the school supplies you’re still missing? …
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The Ultimate Hunger Games Travel Experience

Without a question, The Hunger Games series has grown to be one of the most popular and lucrative among young adults, a wildly successful book and film from author Suzanne Collins and production company Lionsgate. The Hunger Games series earned 2.3 billion dollars total worldwide in the box office upon release, a number comparable to Star…
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Disney YES Program: Science Edition

The Disney YES (Youth Education Series) Program is one of the most underutilized and entertainingly educational things you can enroll your student group in this school season. [caption id="attachment_18302" align="alignright" width="425"] Exploring Disney[/caption] Within the information-rich settings of Disneyland and Walt Disney World, these educational sessions provide hands-on educational adventures for students and teachers alike,…
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College Campus Visits 101: A Senior’s Checklist

Preparing for college your senior year is one of the most exciting, nerve-wracking, and potentially life altering processes to go through while in high school. Making the right decision on which college suits you best can be tough, especially when you are deciding between two or three really great ones. The best way to make…
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Student Budget Trip: Florida Keys

One of our most sought-after student trip locations, the Florida Keys, provides guests with all the beachside bliss they can handle, the popular string of tropical islands stretching 120 miles off of the southern tip of Florida. [caption id="attachment_23921" align="alignright" width="425"] Florida Keys[/caption] With both Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico water access, this is one…
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Labor Day Travel Tips and Top Locations

In 1882 President Grover Cleveland announced the first official ‘Labor Day’, a holiday set into standard by a local NYC labor union, making the day an official annual workers’ holiday. Ever since then every first Monday in September is marked as Labor Day and celebrated accordingly, mostly with travel plans and end of the summer…
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