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Student Travel

picture of postcards from travel

 

Each year WMA offers exciting opportunities for students to travel around the country and around the world to enhance their classroom studies. Students can explore both the differences and interconnectedness of peoples and economies from around the world and around the nation.

Travel is seen as an opportunity for WMA students to gain first-hand experience with the people, institutions and challenges of the modern world.

The specific trips offered each year vary as do their academic focus. Community service, school exchange, business and design, language immersion, ecology/conservation and visual art have each served as the focus of past trips.

As travel opportunities are seen as extensions of classroom learning, all trips require pre-trip meetings, readings and post-trip reflections in addition to work at the site.

For questions, email Wally Swanson.

Student Travel: 2022-2023

WMA is excited to plan international and domestic trips during the 2022-2023 academic year. Trips details and pricing will be posted here when finalized. For more information, contact WMA's Travel Coordinator Wally Swanson at wswanson@wma.us.

 

March 2023

Peru

Students posing during a trip to Peru

WMA chaperone: Mr. Shea

Upper school only

France

Students posing during a trip to France

WMA chaperone: Ms. Dubois

Upper school only

England

Stock photo of London

WMA chaperones: Mr. Bloomfield, Ms. Mathison

Upper school only

Grand Canyon (Middle School)

Student at Grand Canyon

WMA chaperones: Mr. Gouin, Ms. Dufresne

Middle school only


 

June 2023

Europe (Italy & Germany)

photo of Rome

WMA chaperones: Mr. Wells, Mr. Held

Upper school only

South Africa

Student posing at Cape of Good Hope

WMA chaperone: Ms. Mahoney

Upper school only

"Japan opened my eyes to what respect and compassion can really look like in the daily lives of people ... the idea that one can gain as a whole citizenry or community was enriching to be a part of.'' 

- Norah O. '21

Student Travel: 'Oh, the places we've been'

Amazon?
Cambodia?
India?
Namibia?
Peru?
South Africa?

Check out photo galleries from recent trips.