Global Experiences
Group Trips


The francophone island of Martinique, an overseas region of France in the Caribbean, offers students and heritage speakers of French a chance for mid-winter Caribbean warmth and full cultural immersion.  Beginning in a hotel and transitioning after day 2 to a host family, students will enjoy an itinerary that is full of hands-on learning and fun: a community service project at a local ranch; a treasure hunt through the island's capital; a visit to the award-winning open-air slavery museum; a catamaran ride to Mt. Pelé, an active volcano on the island’s northern region (just a few of our activities!).  An amazing opportunity to be exposed to this unique culture, and use their French to explore Martinique’s people, history, and traditions.

  • Language immersion, culture, service, eco-tourism, sustainability
  • Forms II-VI
  • Limited to 12 participants (lottery selection if more than 12 sign up)
  • Tentatively March 14–21
  • Cost: $3900–$4100*
  • Deposit Amount: $200 ($100 if on financial aid)
  • Application and Deposit Deadline: Monday, November 11
  • Contact: Nancy Montanaro 

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  • Online Trip Sign-up Form

    In order to sign up for a trip, FOLLOW THIS LINK to the trip reservation form.
  • Payment and Cancellation

    Families may cancel at any point until the deposit deadlines (November 13). Deposits will be refunded.  After that date, deposits are non-refundable. Submission of a signed Permission form and deposit represents a family's agreement to pay the full cost of the trip.  After the deposit deadline, the final cost of the trip will be billed to the student's account, less deposit paid.
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  • Financial Aid for Group Trips

    Thanks to the generosity of donors and the support of the School, we are able to offer financial assistance to students who currently qualify for tuition assistance.

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  • Insurance and Medical Issues

    The cost of all international trips includes emergency medical evacuation and repatriation coverage, beginning on the first day of the trip and ending on the last day of the trip.
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  • Travel Insurance

    In the case of an unexpected event, such as a family crisis, families sometimes choose to cancel the traveler's  participation in a trip before departure or choose to have the traveler return home during a trip. 
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  • Approval of Student Participation

    A student's participation on any trip is subject to the approval of the Directors of the Middle and Upper Schools respectively.
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