Travel

In addition to many grade-level trips and retreats, students may also take advantage of travel opportunities made available through BA clubs and non-BA-sponsored trips that are often led by faculty members. Many of these trips are also available to parents, alumni, faculty, and parents of alumni. Registration/arrangements for these trips are made through the trip leaders.*

Spring Break 2019 Ski Trip to Whistler, BC


The WILDerness Club is sponsoring a Spring Break ski trip to Whistler, BC that will give the BA family the opportunity to hit the slopes before heading to the beach. If you are interested please contact Coach Ker and submit a $250 deposit to him by September 30.

Dates: March 14-18

Cost: $1,850 (covers airfare lift tickets, lodging, equipment rentals).

Chaperone: Coach Jimmy Ker

Contact Coach Ker at jimmy_ker@brentwoodacademy.com.

Spring Break 2019—Spain, Southern France, Italy

Information meeting will be held on Thursday, September 21 at 6:30 PM in Mrs. Fadler's room (321).

Travel with Mrs. Lynda Fadler to Barcelona, Provence, Nice, Eze, Monaco, Pisa, Florence and Rome.

Dates: Spring Break 2019

Cost: $3,260 includes air travel, accommodations, meals (breakfast and dinner), transportation and tips.

Chaperones: Mrs. Lynda Fadler, Mr. Dan Wilkerson

Contact Lynda Fadler at lynda_fadler@brentwoodacademy.com

Summer 2019 Trip to Alaska

During the summer of 2019 the WILDerness Club is going further west than they have ever gone before! ALASKA! Join the WC as they visit Denali National Park, fish for halibut, and explore America’s most untamed territory.

Dates: June 23 to July 2–first week of dead period

Estimated cost: $1850 (includes airfare, ground transportation, camping fees, park fees, fishing charter, and most meals)

Contact: Coach Ker or Coach Hudson if you are interested and submit a $250 by October 30.

*All trips require a liability waiver agreement/signature.


Winterim

Winterim is designed to challenge students (grades 9-12) to expand their knowledge beyond present experiences and to encourage a love of learning. This is accomplished by a small group of students working closely with a faculty member in various non-traditional experiential courses. Many Winterim courses include travel opportunities.

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