Take your class on an Overnight Stay and sleep under a rocket at Kennedy Space Center. It`s a blast of a trip!
The Statue of Liberty Plus Hundreds Of Other Attractions
On A New York City Class Trip
Old State House
One Of Many Sites On A Boston Class Trip
Your Class Tour To Philadelphia
Constitution Center Museum, Liberty Bell, Ben Franklin & more!
Tour The Nation`s Capitol
& Meet Your Legislators On A Washington,
DC Student Tour
Explore St. Augustine
Oldest City Is One Of Our Most Popular Educational
Chicago - Rich In History With Cultural Sites & Attractions
Perfect For An
Educational Tour Experience
Orlando Has Cultural And Entertainment Attractions Perfect For Educational Student Experiences
Tour the Old & New SouthOn a class tour to
Atlanta, Savannah or Charleston.Tour one of all three
St. Louis Catherdral-Basillica
Discover it on a Class Trip To New Orleans
Take Your Class To The New African American History Museum On A Trip To Washington, DC
How To Join Your Class Trip For An Educational Tour
Welcome to the Educational Tours family! Our website is designed to help make it easy for you to participate. Here is what you need to know if your class, club or student group has scheduled a tour:
Your teacher/sponsor has been provided with all the details and costs for the trip. Check with your sponsor for more information about your class trip.
There are typically requirements students must meet to be able to participate on a class trip. Check with your sponsor for more information on requirements.
Sign up for the trip with the sponsor as soon as you make the decision to participate. Space on student tours is often limited and participation is on a
“first-come-first-served” basis. Educational Tours typically opens a waiting list once a tour reaches capacity but it is best to reserve your place early to
Once signed up, payment information will be provided by your teacher/sponsor. Most tours offer convenient online payments by debit/credit cards
right here on the Educational Tours website in the Trip Login section.
Make all your required payments by the deadline to ensure your place is secured for the trip. The trip price usually covers all expenses needed except extra
spending money students may wish to bring for things such as souvenirs.
Be A Chaperon
Most every class trip depends on having parents volunteer to travel as chaperons. If you are interested in being a chaperon on your child’s class trip see your sponsoring teacher for more information. It’s a great way to bond with your child, their classmates, other parent chaperons and learn more yourself as a participant on the tour.
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