Every other year, Trinity teachers Mr. Francis and Mr. Serrano take students to Barbados for a week of cultural exchange. Students who are in the Caribbean Club are especially encouraged to attend but the trip is open to all. Students visit St. Michael’s school after several pre-Skype exchanges in the classroom. They learn about the hospitality industry and swim with leatherback turtles. The trip usually takes place over Spring Break.
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