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Make the World Their Classroom

Today's educators recognize the tremendous learning experience that traveling can provide to young minds. Indeed, many schools now offer experiential learning opportunities that get students outside the classroom to explore the world. Scholarly Sojourns can take such experiences to a higher level by providing the opportunity for students to travel and interact with a leading expert on a particular subject. These experiences can be especially rewarding for your college-bound high school students, offering them a unique learning experience with an actual college professor. Features of Student Sojourns include:

  • Travel designed for groups of 12 to 50 participants.
  • For every twelve students, one chaperone travels free.
  • Programs designed and led by noted scholars.

Scholarly Sojourns is able to design Student Sojourns around a vast array of subjects for destinations both domestic and abroad. And because we maintain relationships with a network of select guides and local experts, we are often able to gain students access to sites and locations not generally open to the public.  In addition, working with Scholarly Sojourns relieves your faculty and staff from the hours of preparation necessary to organize the details of such a tour. We take care of everything from the point of departure to the return.

Click here to complete our Custom Sojourn Request Form.

Student Sojourn Suggestions

Scholarly Sojourns can design custom student sojourns around almost any subject. Some suggested sojourns are:

  • Shakespeare in Depth: London and Stratford-upon-Avon
  • The American Revolution: From Boston to Charleston
  • Living Geology: Exploring Yellowstone National Park
  • Exploring Mythology: The Gods & Goddess of Ancient Greece

Follow the link at left to begin designing a student sojourn now.

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