Benedictine Academy Senior Class Visits Nation’s Capital

ELIZABETH–Members of Benedictine Academy’s senior class visited Washington D.C. April 23-25. The all-expense-paid trip was the gift of a generous anonymous benefactor of the school.

“Our students explored the rich treasures of our nation’s capital,” Benedictine Academy Principal Kenneth Jennings said. “They had an amazing time. We are grateful for this extraordinary gift,” he added.

The seniors visited many sites including the Lincoln Memorial, Supreme Court, White House, Korean Memorial and the Capitol building. Benedictine Academy school staff and faculty accompanied the seniors as chaperones on the Washington D.C. trip, which included lectured sightseeing by an Educational Tour Service.

Benedictine Academy seniors were thrilled to visit the Lincoln Memorial recently. Their all-expenses paid trip was the gift of an anonymous benefactor of the Catholic college-prep all female high school in Elizabeth. (Photo courtesy of Benedictine Academy)

Senior students from Benedictine Academy outside the U.S. Supreme Court during their trip to Washington, D.C. April 23-25. (Photo courtesy of Benedictine Academy)

The senior class at Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth traveled to our nation’s capital in late April on an all-expenses paid trip, courtesy of an anonymous benefactor of the school. The group is pictured outside the White House. (Photo courtesy of Benedictine Academy)

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