On this Earth Day 2021, we’d like to recognize all of the students and educators who have joined us in exploring some of the most fascinating landscapes on the planet and lent their creativity, joy, and sense of adventure to explore the unfamiliar and to give back.
The return of student travel has been eagerly anticipated since March of 2020. Over the last year, teachers, administrators, parents, and students have asked ‘When can we travel again? When should we travel? How will it look?’ Here’s an ‘inside scoop’ on what we’re hearing from educators, destinations and attractions.
Listen my children and you shall hear, of the midnight ride of…Sybil Ludington? The story of a teenage girl’s influence on the American Revolution and its power for students today.
After years of consideration and development, The National Native American Veteran’s Memorial opened on November 11th, 2020, Veteran’s Day.
Each Spring millions of visitors come to view the blooming of the magnificent cherry trees in our nation’s capital. These simple blossoms reveal a greater history of hope after destruction.
We are an educational travel company invested in the places and things that tell America’s richly layered story. Today we remember one of the more “foolish” stories from our American Heritage.
Interested in helping a student afford that educational tour? SYF scholarships could be the solution.
Memorials and monuments are often dedicated to people who are standing on the hidden shoulders of others. The FDR memorial is one such example.
When Travel Photos Inspired Congress to Protect One of the Most Beautiful Areas in the World.
Covid and Travel: Is it really safer to fly than go to the supermarket? According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, it is. What are the reasons?