Sari's top ten vacation spots for high school students
<div>#1 Old City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania</div><div><br></div><div>Philadelphia’s Old City holds some of the most historic and educational sites in the country. Home to the National Constitution Center, the Liberty Bell, and many other museums and artifacts, the Old City is at the top of my list.</div>
<div>#2 Charleston, South Carolina</div><div><br></div><div>Yet another historical city, Charleston houses the fields where Civil War battles took place. The city also holds much value in the United States’ slave history with its Old Slave Mart Museum.</div>
<div>#3 Grand Canyon, Arizona</div><div><br></div><div>The Grand Canyon is a scientific hotspot and go-to place for geology lovers. The unbelievable red rocks form towers around a deep canyon with remarkable views.</div>
<div>#4 San Francisco, California</div><div><br></div><div>Also known as San Fran, this West Coast exemplifies the diversity of the United States. The city dates back to when settlers from Asia arrived at Angel Island.</div>
<div>#5 Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida</div><div><br></div><div>Yes, it may seem childish, but Disney teaches students the art of architecture and reminds them of the joy of childhood. The bright colors and abstract structures inspire young artists.</div>
<div>#6 Washington, D.C.</div><div><br></div><div>Of course any high school history buff would not mind travelling to the country’s capital. D.C. is the heart of government and politics and offers tours of the White House and the Capitol Building. The vast city also provides lessons on various demonstrations held near the Lincoln Memorial and its reflecting pool.</div>
<div>#7 New Orleans, Louisiana</div><div><br></div><div>New Orleans embodies the spirit and culture of the south. Although its most famous celebration, Mardi Gras, does not occur during the summer months, the city offers a lot to do for students looking to have fun this summer.</div>
<div>#8 New York City, New York</div><div><br></div><div>“The Big Apple” contains streets full of all kinds of people: tourists, locals, adults and kids. Its famous road, Broadway, has a plethora of theaters that produce award-winning musicals, shows and more. The billboards in Time Square and the history of Ellis Island and Lady Liberty make New York a well-rounded city.</div>
<div>#9 Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming</div><div><br></div><div>For young photographers and scientists, Yellowstone’s Grand Prismatic Spring provides unique opportunities for pictures and geological lessons. The famous Old Faithful, a geyser, is one of many geothermal features showcased at Yellowstone.</div>
<div>#10 Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri</div><div><br></div><div>This site marks the westward expansion that occurred in the United States’ past. The tallest arch in the world crafted with stainless steel truly awes young architects when they visit St. Louis.</div>

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