Class Trips

Savannah – Tybee Island

Prince Avenue 6th grade students have a unique opportunity each spring for a three-day, two-night class trip to Savannah and Tybee Island. While on the trip, students visit venues with both a historic and scientific focus. For example, students learn much about one of Georgia’s oldest cities by participating in tours of the Wormsloe Plantation, the Juliette Gordon Low House (founder of the Girl Scouts), Old Fort Jackson, Tybee Island Lighthouse and Museum, and a trolley tour of Savannah’s historic district. Additionally, students spend an entire day immersed in scientific discovery at the Marine Science Center on Tybee Island. Here, students participate in a dolphin discovery boat tour, squid dissections, pier walk, and gallery tour. Students also sample some delicious down-home food at Lady and Sons Restaurant and the Pirates House.

Washington DC

Each spring, Prince Avenue Christian School 8th grade students have the opportunity to visit our nation’s capital city. As students visit the marble buildings and memorials, they will have the opportunity to see firsthand how our nation’s foundation was built on a strong faith in God.

Historical Venues and Memorials typically visited: