The world is our classroom here at Houston Christian High School and we encourage all our students to take advantage of this philosophy by participating in one of the many trips our school embarks on each year.
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
Want to get out of the classroom? Come learn with Houston Christian High School where education is a journey. Over the past two decades, students have traveled to dozens of destinations off the beaten bath to experience culture, grow in leadership, and deepen their spiritual understanding.
Whether it be for a college visit, fine arts tour, or wilderness challenge, the students of Houston Christian are encouraged to explore and learn from people beyond their own sphere of influence. Qualifications for trips vary depending on location and purpose, but we’re certain you’ll find a trail for you to blaze!
Col. Tom Wilson, along with Grand Classroom, will be leading a group of students and other adults north this summer to experience and conquer “The Last Frontier!”
Enjoy stunning views as you get hands-on lessons in geology, wildlife conservation, and Alaskan culture. Students will receive the benefits of character building from traveling to new places and meeting new people. Many adventures await including a glacier float trip, kayaking, ice hiking, white water rafting and more!
Register: Grand Classroom Click Find My Trip/Register and search for Houston Christian
Date: July 6, 2019 - July 13, 2019
Included: transportation, hotel, meals, sightseeing, and evening activities, medical insurance