Honors Learning Community
Day trips for the 2013-2014 year are still being developed, but we do know the following (including all three overnight trips):
Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Stratford, Ontario is the home of the largest classical repertory theater in North America. Stroll and shop your way through a quaint Canadian village, experience two world-class theatre productions, The Merchant of Venice and Fiddler on the Roof, and witness the behind the scenes action on a warehouse tour. Also includes a brunch buffet.
Note: You must have a valid passport to participate in this trip.
Chicago may be known for its pizza, but did you know it also boasts some of the world’s best shows and museums? Students will have the opportunity to see the legendary Second City comedy group, visit a museum, and watch a theatre performance on us! This trip allows plenty of time to explore sites at your leisure, including Navy Pier, the Lincoln Park Zoo, and maybe even a trip to photograph the Bean. You will also get passes for public transportation so that you can travel around at your convenience.
Appalachia Service Project
A group of 20 students will participate in an alternative spring break trip to Jonesville, VA where will work to address social, educational, and economic issues in the community. Students will meet approximately three times prior to the trip to learn about the community and how to make an impact. Students will also participate in a fundraiser to help support the project. Food, housing, and transportation are provided for this trip that will take place over Spring Break. Visit asphome.org for more information.
Come defy gravity as we watch this internationally recognized and award-winning musical.
Islamic Center of Greater Toledo
Come learn more about the Muslim community of greater Toledo. We will take a tour of the center as well as take part in an authentic meal. It will be a great time of learning and new experiences.
Toledo Museum of Art
The Toledo Museum of Art is an amazing treasure in northwest Ohio. Visit www.toledomuseum.org for more information about their collection.