TAKE NOTE: New Student Orientation August 4-7, 2022

See the World

As part of the Huntingdon Plan, Huntingdon students may elect short-term travel-study in groups led by faculty during the senior year. Most costs, including airfare, ground transportation, hotel accommodations, and fees for group activities, are covered within regular tuition and fees. Meals and self-selected activities are extra. Through travel-study, Huntingdon students experience other parts of the world, deepening their understanding and creating lifelong memories.

Huntingdon Plan Travel Destinations

  • 2019–2020: Australia, Hawaii, Ireland, Prague and Vienna
  • 2018–2019: Hawaii, Ireland, Iceland, Australia, and Costa Rica
  • 2017–2018: Scotland, Hawaii, New Zealand
  • 2016–2017: Hawaii, Alaska, New York, Skiing in the Pacific Northwest, Canada, Seattle
  • 2015–2016: Hawaii, New York, Skiing in the Pacific Northwest, Canada
  • 2014–2015: Hawaii, London, Scotland, Paris
  • 2013–2014: New York City, London, Trinidad, Germany, Paris
  • 2012–13: Christmas in New York; Ecosystems in Costa Rica; An Artistic and Musical Vision of Paris; Huntingdon in Scotland; Radicals, Reformers, and Reactionaries: Highlights of Germany
  • 2011–12: Australia: Chemistry Down Under; Austria: A Magical Musical Tour; England: British History As Told Through British Tales; Honduras; Puerto Rico: Adventures in Paradise
  • 2010–11: Mission to Panama; Dublin, Ireland; Baseball, Civil Rights, and Science (Memphis, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Chicago, Detroit, Louisville); Costa Rican Ecosystems; Rome, Rebirth and Reformation (Italy); In the Footsteps of Paul: Greece and Turkey
  • 2009–10: London (British Drama, Tudor England and Music), Puerto Rico, Ecuador, and a Caribbean cruise
  • 2008–09: Paris, Panama, Hawaii, Costa Rica, and a cruise to Mexico
  • 2007–08: Alaska; a Caribbean cruise; Baja, Mexico; Montréal/Québéc City, Canada
  • 2006: London
  • 2005: Paris
  • 2004: Fire and Rain Volcano Tour, Hawaii; London (Battle of Britain, British Politics, Communication Tradition, Theatre, Twain in England, Wesley and Methodist Origins)
  • 2003: A Tale of Two Cities—London & Paris; Sports, Power, and Society
  • 2002: Lighthouses of the Eastern U.S., History of Science and Religion, Kenya, Greece, China
  • 2001: China
  • 2000: Israel; the Caribbean
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