Educational Trip to USA
Educational Tours are a part of many institutions, Indian High School being one of them. The most recent one to the United States of America, from 22nd August to 4th September, proved quite educative.

A total strength of about 65 students from grades 5-12, Students visited the states of New York, Washington, Atlanta, Alabama.

Being well scheduled, it was bang on time, the first stop was a day visit to New York, with awaited attractions such as Times Square, Statue of Liberty, Manhattan City, China Town, Ground Zero, Financial Centre and Wall Street were explored. Indeed an enthralling experience which led to the next attraction, a day visit to Washington where there was a tour of the White House, Lincoln Memorial and Smithsonian Air and Space museum. On the third day, the group visited the Georgia aquarium and Coke World, commonly referred to as the Coke Factory in the state of Atlanta.

The last but one stop was the state of Alabama, which included a five day stay at NASA. The stay included various space missions, projects and learning about the space. Priyanka Sridhar an 11th grader, who was a part of the trip said, "NASA was very educational. It was a combination of fun and learning but more importantly we made some really good friends."

The last stop was Orlando with a day spent at Disneyworld and the last day of the tour was spent by a visit to the Universal Studios. Shridhar further added, "It was a phenomenal experience visiting various cities and learning about its culture and history."

The Educational Tours at IHS is indeed an excellent way of covering all the attractions of a country and gaining knowledge along the way. It is an educational experience combined with fun.

-Paavani Dua