Registration Open for Washington, D.C./New York City Educational Tour

Registration is now open for the 2019 Washington, D.C. and New York City Educational Tour, an exciting opportunity for Missouri Military Academy cadets in grades 9-12 and post-grad students to explore some of the nation’s most important historic sites while getting a firsthand look at places and subjects they’ve learned about in school. The upcoming spring trip will be held March 15-18, 2019.
The spring trip itinerary includes visits to see the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the 9/11 National Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery and more. Students will also get an in-person look at the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution.
MMA has partnered with student travel organization WorldStrides for the trip because of their unmatched safety record and 50 years of experience delivering top-quality educational travel programs. In addition to Blaue and other MMA chaperones, students will be guided by a licensed WorldStrides course leader.
Cost for the trip is $2,289 per student, which includes round-trip transportation, sightseeing transportation, hotel accommodations, all meals and all admission fees (including one Broadway show). A $225 fee for administrative costs will be billed to each participating cadet’s MMA student account near the time of the trip.
Date extended for early registration savings! — Sign up by Nov. 20 to lock in early registration pricing, with a $99 nonrefundable down payment. Financial assistance, payment plans and fundraising options are also available.
Visit or call 800-468-5899 to sign up, using Trip ID No. 169926.
Rhonda Blaue, program leader, will serve as one of the trip’s chaperones.
For more information about the Washington, D.C. and New York City Educational Tour, including questions about itinerary and cost, contact Rhonda Blaue at or 573-581-1776, ext. 221. You can also find a parent video about the trip at
View across the south pool of the National September 11 Memorial in New York City (USA) towards the adjacent National September 11 Memorial Museum.

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