Member Trips

    

One great perk of being an Honor Society member are the trips we take! Providing a great opportunity to explore fascinating cities, such as Washington D.C. and L.A., students are able to network with other members of the organization, take in the stunning sights, and share an environment with like-minded people who embody the leadership, scholarship and community that Honor Society holds in such high regards.  Check out the video highlights below of previous 

 

Honor Society Washington D.C. Member Trip

 

 

Highlights of the Honor Society member trip to Washington D.C. in July 2015. Locations visited included the National Mall, Vietnam Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, White House, Museum of Tolerance, Newseum, Supreme Court, U.S. Capital Building, Air Force Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, King's Dominion Theme Park, Alexandria Colonial Tour, Mount Vernon and much more.

 

Honor Society Los Angeles Member Trip 2014

 

 

Highlights of the Honor Society member trip to Los Angeles in December 2014. Locations visited included the Santa Monica Pier, Hollywood Bowl, Space Shuttle Endeavour, Made Tussaud's Wax Museum, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Paramount Studios, Universal Studios Hollywood, Dave & Buster's and much more. The trip also included a member banquet where the members listened to speeches by U.S. World Cup soccer star Cobi Jones, and Jayne Goldman of the American Red Cross.

 

F.A.Q.

When is the next member trip?

We are still in the process of planning the next member trip, but will be sending out emails and updating this page as soon as we have more information.

What is included in the cost of this program? 

The package includes all hotel accommodations, deluxe transportation, meals, and attractions. 

Is airfare included?

No. Airfare is not included in the trip package. Participants should arrange their own transportation to the destination city.

What if we want to extend our trip before or after the scheduled dates?

If you desire to extend your trip beyond the scheduled dates, you are free to do so at your own expense. 

How are room assignments determined?

You may request friends as roommates. If no requests are made, we will assign you a room with other members of the same gender. 

In order to lower my cost, can you assign me to a room with other students? 

Yes. If you are interested in a quad occupancy room, for example, we will do our best to assign you to a room with others. 

Am I allowed to bring friends or family? 

Yes. Honor Society members are allowed to invite friends or family members. They must buy a package to attend as well.