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Gravitas and The Stony Brook School have partnered with EF Tours to offer some amazing travel course opportunities to our students. Between 2023 and 2028, the school has planned thirteen educational trips to twenty-one countries spanning five continents.

2023
  • European Carousel (February - Spring Break - 15 Days)
    • Netherlands
    • Germany
    • Austria
    • Italy
    • Switzerland
    • France
    • England
  • Montreal & Quebec (May - 6 Days)
    • Montreal
    • Quebec City
  • Washington DC & Williamsburg (April - 5 Days)
  • Greek Isles (July 6-14 - 9 Days)
    • Watch the setting sun from the
      hilltops of Greece’s most famous
      islands.
    • Cobblestone streets, arched white
      facades, ocean-blue roofs, and
      larger-than-life windmills are just a
      few of the picturesque Greek
      landscapes you can expect to find
      on this tour. Experience ancient
      history and open-air museums in
      the capital of Athens. Then, the
      quintessential, beautiful Greek
      islands you’ve been dreaming of
      come to life on the isles of Mykonos
      and Santorini.
    • This trip is only for adults
      (ages 18+). Any alumni, their
      friends and family may travel.
    • Only 6 spots avaialbe.
2025
  • Peru: Land of the Inca (February - Spring Break - 9 Days)
    • Lima
    • Sacred Valley
    • Machu Picchu
    • Cuzco
  • Italy, Greece, & Isles (May - 12 Days)
    • Italy (Rome, Pompeii)
    • Greece (Athens, Delphi, Greek Isles
2027
  • England (February - Spring Break - 9 Days)
    • London
    • Stratford-upon-Avon
    • Oxford
  • Journey Down Under (May - 12 Days)
    • Australia
    • New Zealand
2024
  • Budapest, Vienna, & Prague (February 17-23 7 Days)
    • In these three Eastern European
      cities, old world charm and modern
      energy create an atmosphere unlike
      any other.
    • Start your week-long journey in
      Budapest, a city of hidden gems
      dramatically divided by the Danube
      River. Then travel to Vienna, a
      bustling capital known for wiener
      schnitzel and world-famous
      composers.
    • End your trip in storybook Prague,
      where you’ll learn about the city’s
      enthralling history in its cobblestone
      streets and gothic town squares.
    • This trip is for any student in grades
      7-12 and their families.
  • Japan: Land of the Rising Sun (May 26-June3)
    • Japan has had many identities
      through the centuries, and its story
      is a fascinating one.
    • Tokyo is the modern-day center of
      pop culture and business, while
      Kyoto remains the most traditional
      of the big cities.
    • The country is filled with natural
      beauty—see it from the window of
      the high-speed Shinkansen train
      and in the majestic lakes and
      mountains of Fuji-Hakone-Izu
      National Park.
    • This trip is for any student in
      grades 7-12 and their families.
2026
  • Europe (February - Spring Break - 8 Days)
    • Scotland (Edinburgh)
    • Ireland (Dublin, Belfast)
  • China
    • Beijing
    • Xi'an
    • Chengdu
    • Dujiangyan
    • Shanghai
2028
  • Germany (February - Spring Break - 8 Days)
    • Frankfurt
    • Heidelberg
    • Nuremberg
    • Wittenberg
  • South Korea (May)

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