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Travel and Enrichment

Saint Augustine once said, “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
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TRAVEL

Beginning in seventh grade, Dominion’s students gain knowledge through first-hand exploration of history and science.In middle school, students travel to the Chesapeake Bay to investigate its ecology, and they visit Philadelphia to revisit their study of American history.

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Upper school students continue discovering the world by: experiencing American history in Boston, learning about serving others through a service program trip, and exploring prospective colleges by taking a college road tour.  In either the junior or senior year, each student will also participate in a “Grand Tour,” exploring ancient history through a trip to Europe.



Upper school students frequent DC for enrichment at Dominion Christian School, a K-12 classical Christian school, with campuses in Oakton, Reston and Potomac Falls, Virginia.

UPPER SCHOOL SEMINARS

Each Friday, students enjoy time outside of class for a bit of “intellectual leisure” as we draw from the extensive networks and resources in the Washington, D.C. area. From a conversation with a retired United States Ambassador, to participating in a colloquium at Faith and Law on Capitol Hill, to engaging with a former NPR journalist, to a conversation with a law firm defending religious liberties, to considering the ethical implications of stem cell research through a conversation with a bioethicist, upper school students at Dominion enjoy a host of opportunities to engage with real-life questions.

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