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Student Travel Experiences

CMASAS Travel Experiences


Our international trips are different from our regional gatherings in that they are extensive multi-day trips that explore an area while our regional gatherings are local half-day gatherings to provide a combined social and educational setting to meet other students and faculty.

Our international trips may offer students the choice to receive elective credit.

Upcoming Travel Experience: East Coast History Tour

Take a walk with us through American history. We are excited to travel back in time and look at the path the United States has traveled. This 9-day trip includes seeing some must sights in Washington DC, a train ride to Philadelphia, and then up to New York. 

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Future Travel Experiences include:

  • Alaska Tour or SE Asia- 2021
  • Italy - 2022
  • South Africa - 2023




Previous Travel Experiences:

South Africa



Experience Rhinos, Leopards, Cheetahs, Elephants, Giraffes, Hippos, and Zebras in the Zulu Nyala Preserve.  We will also explore the history of apartheid in South Africa by visiting Nelson Mandela's home and the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, South Africa. The registration deadline has passed! Please check back in Spring 2019 for our next international adventure.


Spain and Italy

Students and parents met in the Mediterranean sun to explore the historic wonders and natural beauty of Spain and Italy. On this 12-day excursion, we visited Madrid, Barcelona, Rome, and the Sorrento Region.

We examined the intertwined histories and enduring cultures of Italy and Spain, Mediterranean nations full of art, architecture and mouth-watering cuisine.  From the Prado and Park Güell to the Colosseum and Sistine Chapel, CMASAS students explored perspectives on these pillars of Europe.





CMASAS students got to know the Cuba that Cubans know – full of charm, tradition, and beauty.  In Havana, Cuba’s capital city, we discussed the region’s conservation efforts, educational resources and national identity with locals.  We then journeyed east to Cienfuegos to discover Cuba’s culture firsthand with a trip to an art studio as well as music and dance performances.