Student Life

Global Studies


Students experience firsthand the distinct and exciting cultures of the world when they take advantage of the travel opportunities at Bullis. Trips vary in nature but all are led by Bullis faculty and may include study, community service, home visits and sightseeing.

Over the years student groups have traveled to a variety of destinations including Spain, Turkey, India, France, Thailand, Peru, Italy and China. The Bullis Model UN club participated in a conference in Russia, drama and choir students traveled to Italy and Austria to showcase their talents at international festivals and art students explored France and Italy while studying famous pieces and creating some of their own. Groups of students volunteered their time performing community service work with Habitat for Humanity in the Dominican Republic, Caring for Cambodia in Cambodia, and Learn Serve in Paraguay and Zambia.


Global Studies & Service Trips

Upper School Travel Opportunities 2013-2014

Model UN—The Hague: Participate in the prestigious THIMUN conference in The Hague, Netherlands, with over 500 students from around the world. After the conference students will spend a day or two exploring art, history and culture in Amsterdam. (January, Ms. Vardi and Ms. Martin)

Read our news story about the 2013 Model UN trip.

St. Kitts Sea Turtle Program: St. Kitts has a rich historical, eco-touristic and cultural identity. Our students will have the opportunity to practice science in the field through their surveys of the vast biodiversity in the rainforest and collecting data while snorkeling in the reefs. Students will also participate in the late night or early morning beach patrols with the St. Kitts Sea Turtle Monitoring Network to document and protect the leatherback sea turtles. (June)

Read about the trip on their blog.
Read our news story about the 2013 St. Kitts trip.

Learn-Serve Trip to Paraguay or Jamaica: Participate in a transformative community service experience to better understand life in a developing nation. Two separate trips will run. (June)

Roncalli Theatre Festival, Poggibonsi, Italy: Travel through the heart of Tuscany while honing your skills as a performer. Take this week-long opportunity to study foreign theater practices and enjoy performances from peers from around the world. (March, Mr. Johnson and Ms. Hill) 

Peru Exchange: Improve your Spanish language skills while gaining an increased cross cultural understanding of this South American country. Students will live with host families, explore historic sites, and attend the Leonardo da Vinci School in Lima, the capital. This three-week trip will culminate with a four-day excursion to Cuzco and Machu Picchu. (June, Ms. Vellenga)

Read our news story about the 2012 Peru trip. 

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Global Studies and Service Trips
2013-2014

Click on the name of the trip for more information. 

For more information, contact , director, Global Studies and Service, 301-983-5701 x 872.