Field Trips

An extension of our academic studies is a vast array of field trips that allow our students to apply their classrooms studies in a variety of locations. Our location on the campus of Connecticut College greatly enhances the opportunities for our students, particularly in the science and arts. Below is a partial listing of the field trips for the 2016-2017 school year.

Connecticut College Arboretum - Environmental Science and Life Science 7

British Art Center at Yale University - Seniors

Long Wharf  Theatre, Beckett's Endgame with Brian Dennehy - Seniors

Old Sturbridge Village - 7th graders

Harvard Model Congress in Boston - 10th, 11th, and 12th graders

Yale Repetory Company, Assassins - 11th grade

Art Gallery at Yale, The American Collection - 11th grade

RISD Art Museum - 9th grade

Ivoryton PlayhouseMan Of La Mancha - Spanish IV, Spanish V

New London Maritime Society, Custom House Maritime Museum, Amistad - 6th grade Local History

Slater Memorial Museum of Norwich Free Academy - Art III and Portfolio Development

Plimouth Plantation - 7th grade

NESS, New England Science & Sailing Foundation - 8th grade

UCONN Avery Point - 10th grade

Garde ArtsManhattan Short Film Festival - Advanced Digital Imaging 

Academic News

As the students prepare their Geography project about humanitarian assistance for a country in Africa, they heard from Ms. Sage Macleod, mother of Braedon Hansen '21, about her recent trip to the continent.
Since 1982 students spend months preparing for our annual celebration of music and dance.
UConn Avery Point affords local high school juniors the opportunity to learn more about the marine sciences with lectures and summer study.
From group projects to salsa dancing, students learn the Spanish language and culture in a creative environment.
Colin Kronholm '18 interviews TJ Laggis '17 about his entry, "The Digital Frontier," in Connecticut College's Body and Technology art exhibit.
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