Category Archives: For Teachers

Overnight Sleepover at Ripley’s Aquarium

What could be more exciting for your students than sleeping overnight inside an aquarium, schools of fish and sharks swimming all around them while they dream the night away? Ripley’s Aquarium offers overnight programs at various locations that allow student groups, scout groups, and family groups to come sleepover after hours in the aquarium, each…
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Best Destinations for 5th Grade Field Trips

5th grade is such a fun time in a students educational career, this typically being the year where interests in various subjects are formed and peaked, longlasting school friendships are created, and lasting educational memories, mostly involving field trips, are made. There are so many things you can do with your 5th-grade students to create…
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The Heart of North Carolina – Student Attractions

North Carolina is known for its absolutely astounding views of both the Atlantic Ocean and the Appalachian Mountains, as well as its highly unique variation of attractions all throughout the state. You probably know all about Charlotte, the state's largest city and home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame and Carolina Panthers, or even the…
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Student Safety Tips from SYTA: Medical Attention While Traveling

When a Student Needs Medical Attention While Traveling JUNE 21, 2018 Recently Michael Bowers, Student Travel Safety Consultant for the Center for Student Travel Safety, published an article with SYTA with important points on how to deal with a medical emergency during a student trip. Bowers discussed the importance of staying calm and in control,…
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Top 8 Best Places In U.S to take High School Students on a Trip

Your high school students deserve a great trip this year after all the hard work they've put in, and lucky for you we've got all the tools you need to send them to their dream destination! Take a look at our top 8 destination choices, choose a couple that appeal to your students, then give…
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Black History Tours for Student Groups

One of our most requested themed trips here at Adventure Student Travel is the Black History Tour, trips filled with locations from pivotal moments in black history and rich with the stories of its most prominent players. These trips include schools, churches, birthplaces, museums, and national historic sites devoted to honoring African Americans, their struggle for…
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Student Safety Tips from SYTA: Bullying During Travel

Bullying on a Class Trip: What to Do? OCTOBER 11, 2018 Written by Sarah Suydam, Staff Writer for eSYTA. [sm_hr] It is an unfortunate situation to have to discuss or prepare for, but sometimes it is inevitable: bullying during a class trip.    When a student, or students, are being treated unfairly during what is…
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Tybee Island Student Trips

Of course, you’ve heard of Savannah, Georgia, but how about its lesser-known barrier island counterpart, Tybee Island? This small city holds popular beaches, piers and pavilions, historic forts and batteries, and one of the most well-known lighthouses in the United States. A visit to Tybee Island will allow your group to enjoy seaside bliss, educational…
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The Legacy of The Smithsonian Institute

The Smithsonian Institute is the world’s largest museum and research complex, with 19 museums and over 137 million objects in its possession, plus an additional 9 research centers. The institute also has ties with 171 more museums in 41 states, Panama, and Puerto Rico. Talk about a seriously impressive legacy! [caption id="attachment_29963" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Smithsonian…
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Student Safety Tips from SYTA: A Lost Student

How to Prevent a Lost Student Situation NOVEMBER 21, 2018 Written by Michael Bowers, Student Travel Safety Consultant, Center for Student Travel Safety.[hr] Adventure Student Travel is proud to work with SYTA, the Voice of Student and Youth Travel, and we are both always looking for ways to ensure student safety while traveling.   Recently Michael Bowers,…
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