Field Trips

Over the course of the month students enjoy several day-long field trips. Students benefit from a combination of guided visits, free time to explore, and unique classes crafted by their Major teacher to take advantage of each location. Below are some of the field trips our students in Cambridge enjoy.


Canterbury                                     
Canterbury is not only a beautiful medieval town, but has been a seat of religious power or almost 1500 years . It is the site of Canterbury Cathedral, founded in 597 AD, in which Archbishop Thomas Becket was murdered in 1170 by King Henry II’s knights, and, as a result, the destination of Chaucer’s pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales.

London

The capital of the United Kingdom, the seat of Parliament, and the home of the Royal Family, London is truly one of the greatest cities in the world. It offers students unforgettable sights and experiences. Each Major class teacher crafts a unique visit for their students, a sampling of London that features sites of curricular relevance.