"What succeeding is to me is completely different than succeeding to another person. Rather than worrying and stressing about the destination, focus on the journey. It means so much more."
-Teona A., after traveling to the National Museum of African American History & Culture
Travel to new places. Meet new people. Understand new cultures. If you want to expand your perspective, consider traveling for experiential learning credit. Travel could be regional, national, or international, and it could be with school-affiliated trips or on your own.
Connect with the Chelsea Center to design your learning path on your travels & earn high school credit, too!
Webster Groves High School students who engage in experiential learning (ExL) through the Chelsea Detrick Experiential Learning Center make meaning and create knowledge through direct experience. By providing students with the opportunity to wonder, design, tinker, collaborate, adapt, and communicate, experiential learning prepares students for the excitement and challenges of their current and future lives.
The Chelsea Center engages students in practicing these skills while also providing support for reflection on their personal, social and emotional growth.