Class of 2024 Washington DC/Philadelphia Field Trip

Washington, D.C. & Philadelphia, PA - Field Trip 2022

Since many of you were unable to attend your 8th Grade DC Field Trip due to Covid, we are excited to be able to give you another opportunity.  This Field Trip will have an American Government focus, as many of you will be taking AP Government or American Government your Junior Year.

Field Trip Details

  • Eligible Students: Students of the class of 2024 in good standing. 

    • (Students that will be Juniors during the 2022-2023 School Year)

  • Dates: Thursday, November 3 to Sunday, November 6, 2022

  • Cost: $872 per student

    • Includes: Bus Transportation, Lodging (4 students in a room), Additional Hotel Security, Tour Director, most meals and all tourist attractions.

  • Availability:  Space will be determined by registration date, as space is limited.

  • Places of Interest: White House, Illuminated Memorial Tour of DC, Arlington Cemetery, George Washington’s Mount Vernon Memorial and Manson, Dinner Cruise and Dance on the Potomac, National Constitution Center - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Registration and Payment Information: Located HERE.  

    • Registration is now open.  

  • Copy of Itinerary: Located HERE

  • Virtual Informational Meeting: Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at 7:30 pm via zoom.

Additional Information

  • The Field Trip is organized and operated through Student Adventures.  For more information about Student Adventures, please visit: Student Adventures 

  • School Sponsors are Kathleen Small and Joel Greenblatt, BHHS Social Studies Teachers

For financial assistance, please complete the Scholarship Application.


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