Princeton Day School’s international travel programs are intentionally and deliberately designed to provide our students with the knowledge, skills, and values required in becoming global citizens. Student trips are directly linked to our curriculum and institutional priorities. As a result, they extend and reinforce our curricular work and initiatives by serving as real-world laboratories for concepts and ideas learned within the walls of the school. As we step out into the global classroom, we are dedicated to maximizing our students’ learning and bringing the elements of global citizenship to life through meaningful experiences, active engagement, and authentic interaction with the host culture.
Over the past several years, PDS has offered many opportunities for students to travel abroad and immerse themselves in foreign cultures over spring break. Students in grades 8-12 have reaped the benefits of traveling to international destinations including:
- The United Kingdom
Travel Safety Links:
Traveler's Health at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Travel Information at the U.S. Dept. of State