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5 Must-See Washington D.C. Museums

View of the National Mall, Washington D.C. (photo

Washington D.C. is home to the world’s most extensive museum complex. Read more »


National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C.

Students traveling to Washington D.C. this past week witnessed something truly incredible. Read more »


Advantages of Fall Travel to Washington D.C.

White House in the Fall (photo

Late spring tends to be one of the busiest and most exciting times to visit Washington D.C. However, regardless of the time of year, an educational student tour of Washington D.C. is guaranteed to be an enriching experience due to the historical and cultural significance of the city. The fall season is often overlooked when planning a student trip. However, distinct advantages exist for traveling to Washington D.C. in the fall. These include: Read more »


9 Things to Know Before Traveling by Motor Coach Bus

Motor Coach Bus (photo

Traveling with students by motor coach this year? Here is what you should know before you go: Read more »


Spring 2012 Photo Contest Announcement

We are thrilled to announce that we will be holding a photo contest for the spring 2012 tour season!

What is it?
The Scholastica Travel Spring 2012 Photo Contest is an online photo contest run through our Facebook page. Travelers may submit up to two photos taken on their trip with Scholastica Travel during the spring 2012 season.   The public votes for their favorite photo through the Facebook page application. The photo with the most votes wins the grand prize of a Kindle Fire! The photo with the second highest vote count (submitted by someone other than the grand prize winner) is awarded the second place prize of a Kindle Touch. Read more »