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Experiential (EEC) History

25 YEARS OF FOREIGN PLACES VISITED BY CAP STUDENTS (1996 - 2020):

Beginning with our first trip to London UK in 1996 (we were The Community High School then), CAPCS students have traveled five continents to Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, England, France, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Morocco, Peru, Portugal, Quebec, Slovakia, Spain, Vatican City, and Wales.

 

Check out the places we have visited throughout the years below:

  • 2021 - Cancelled due to Covid-19 
  • 2022 - Cancelled due to Covid-19
  • 2020 - Madrid, Segovia, Bilboa, Monserrat, Barcelona
  • 2019 - Edinburgh, Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and London "Castles and Theater"

  • 2018 - Madrid, Toledo, Sevilla, and Granada.

  • 2017 - Venice, Lido, Bologna, Florence, Pisa, Rome, Pompeii

  • 2016 - London, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Belfast, NI, and Dublin, Ireland

  • 2015 - Paris, Versailles, Auvers-sur-Oise

  • 2014 - Milan, Venice, Bologna, Florence, Pisa, Vatican City, Rome

  • 2013 - London 

  • 2012 - Madrid, Segovia, Toledo, Barcelona 

  • 2011 - London, Windsor, “Chunnel” Train, Paris, Versailles, Rome, Vatican City 

  • 2010 - Budapest, Vienna and Prague 

  • 2009 - London, Oxford, "Chunnel" Train, Paris, Versailles, Venice 

  • 2008 - Lima Peru, Cusco, Machu Picchu, Miraflores 

  • 2007 - Madrid, Toledo, Seville, and Granada in Spain; Evora, Sintra, and Lisbon in Portugal 

  • 2006 - Greece, London "Classical Greece" 

  • 2005 - London, Portsmouth, Normandy, Paris, Verdun, Luxembourg, Bastonge, Brussels "Remembering WWI and WWII, D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge" 

  • 2004 - Milan, Verona, Siena, Venice, Florence, Pisa, Rome, Vatican City, Pompeii "The History of Rome and Italy" 

  • 2003 - Cliffs of Moher, Kerry, Waterford, Rock of Cashel, Dublin, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Oxford, London "A Literary Tour of Ireland and England" 

  • 2002 - Beijing, the Great Wall, Xi'an, Shanghai "The History and Culture of China" 

  • 2001 - London, Oxford (visited secondary schools), Paris, Versailles (The Channel Tunnel) "The History, Theater, Art and Architecture of Two Great Empires" 

  • 2000 - Barcelona, Malaga, Gibraltar, Cueta, Tetuan, Tangier, Granada, Seville, Toledo, Madrid "The Diversity of Spain and Morocco" 

  • 1999 - Montreal, Quebec City "French Canada" - Rome, Florence, Pisa, Vinci, Assisi, Bologna, and Venice "The Roman Empire and the Renaissance" 

  • 1998 - Madrid, Toledo, Avila, Segovia, "The History of Spain" 

  • 1997 - Paris, Versailles "The Art and Architecture of Paris" 

  • 1996 - London, Windsor "The Royal History of England"