International Trips

International travel is a long standing Seabury tradition. Our trips promote individual academic growth by providing students with personal experiences of what they study. In many ways, our trips are extensions of the classroom. Trips are designed to complement history, art, language and theater courses taught at Seabury.  Students have the opportunity to see and explore monuments, art, and historical sites that they have or will study in the classroom. Lectures are given on site either by professional guides or experienced Seabury faculty. These trips help our students to develop an appreciation for other cultures and ways of life. They also give students a forum for conversing with native speakers. 

Our trips are typically 8-10 days during our two week Spring Break in March. Our trips are planned and chaperoned by Seabury faculty to ensure that they meet academic and safety expectations. Prices range from $3200-$3900 which includes all expenses except for souvenirs. Scholarships are available. 

In 2017, Seabury traveled to Cuba.  The 2018 International Trip to France is March 12-21. Dr. Schawang and Mme Derby will chaperone. This trip is a private, customized experience for Seabury students through Prometour, an educational travel company. Tour highlights include Paris, Loire Valley chateaux, a high speed train trip to the south of France, Monaco, Roman ruins in Provence, and the French Riviera.

subsequent trips include 2019 to England led by Sara Asher and 2020 to Greece led by Amy Meyers.   

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

La France 2018

 Monday, March 12

            Leave Kansas City

 Tuesday, March 13

            Arrive in Paris

            Drop bags off at hotel

            Visit the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris and several sites in the Quartier Latin

 Wednesday, March 14

Visit the Musée du Louvre, the Place de la Concorde, the Champs-Elysées, and the Arc de Triomphe

Admire the view from the Eiffel Tower

 Thursday, March 15

            Take the RER to the Château de Versailles

            Discover Montmartre and the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur

 

Friday, March 16

            Take a private motorcoach to the Loire Valley

            Stop at the town of Chartres and tour the Gothic cathedral

            Continue on to the magnificent Château de Chambord

            Return to Paris

 Saturday, March 17

            Board the TGV to Avignon

            Tour the Palais des Papes

            Explore the city of Avignon

 Sunday, March 18

            See the Pont du Gard

            Continue to Nîmes and see the Roman amphitheater

            Tour the beautiful town of Arles

            Return to Avignon

 Monday, March 19

            Travel to Nice by motorcoach

            Explore le Vieux-Nice (the heart of the oldest part of Nice)

Tour the Confiserie Florian, a famous candy shop that uses local fruits and flowers

Tuesday, March 20

            Take a local train to the principality of Monaco

            Tour Monaco and see the Changing of the Guards at the royal palace

            Return to Nice for some free time

 Wednesday, March 21

            Return home

 

Please contact Mme Derby for further information.