6th grade: Camp Harrington– / Worcester Art Museum
7th grade: Nature’s Classroom–September/Freedom Trail–October, /Lowell Mills
8th grade: Mt. Monadnock/Community Harvest/New York City (click here for blog re: NYC trip)
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Permission forms can be downloaded at Campus Connect (click here).
Spring Break Trips:
Open Gates/Alumni House Trip to Washington D.C.
March 10 – 14, 2010
The Open Gates program and Worcester Academy’s Alumni House have teamed up to provide a fun and educational tour of Washington D.C. In addition to giving us special access to some popular and off-the-beaten-path sights, our alumni hosts will share about their personal careers and professions. Scheduled visits include: the World Bank, White House, Capital, Pentagon and Arlington Cemetery. When not visiting with alumni, we’ll explore the Smithsonian, National Monuments and perhaps see a show or concert. The week will end with a Sunday brunch at the home of Dr. Craig Dufresne, recipient of Worcester Academy’s 2009 Most Distinguished Alumni Award who will host us along with all greater Washington D.C. area alumni. For more information, contact Dr. Murnane
Cost is $500
Government issued identification required
Sign up (first come, first served) with Dr. Murnane no later than February 16th.
Dr. Gezari ('61) explains "Big Bang" theory at the Museum of Natural History during the March 09 trip to NYC.