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Our Lady of the Angels School

Our Lady of the Angels School is a traditional Catholic school, rich in history, dedicated to success through excellence in education.

Our last day of the trip brought us a full day in Philadelphia! We started out at the site of Ben Franklin's house, where we got to check out the remains of where he actually lived. We passed through the alley with Carpenters Hall and learned about why the roadways were stone in the middle and flat on the edges. Then it was off to the Liberty Bell, where we learned that it wasn't actually the one that was rung after the reading of the Declaration of Independence, but it is still historic in its own right! We were then able to get into Independence Hall, the site of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. We toured the room where it all happened, got to see the copy of it that was read in Philadelphia following the signing, and explore the park to learn about the other historic buildings in the area. Finally, it was into the Constitution Center for the presentation of Freedom Rising and some time in the interactive exhibits exploring what it was like to vote, be the President, or part of the Supreme Court. We got to shake the brass hands of the signers of the Constitution and find out where they were all from! Finally, it was time for a Philly Cheese Steak to fuel up for our next stop: Our last historic stop was at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, also known as the "Rocky Steps" where there were several races up and down the stairs before saying Goodbye to our amazing tour guide and then headed home where we are all wiped out from a wonderfully educational week! See MoreSee Less
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PreK and Grade 5 had a great time reading some of their favorite Springtime stories!!! Another fun day at OLA!! See MoreSee Less
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🎈Happy Birthday to our Queen for the Day, Gigi/Mrs.Shuman!🎈 She had a great time celebrating her big birthday with Maya and her Kindergarten pals and teachers!! See MoreSee Less
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Today was a BUSY last day in Washington, DC before heading to Philadelphia to continue the adventures! We went to Arlington National Cemetery, where we were able to see the Changing of the Guard Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, learn all about the symbolism of it from our tour guide afterwards in the amphitheatre, visit many different points of interest in the cemetery, including the resting place of some of the Kennedy Family and the Eternal Flame that marks JFK's gravesite, then we headed to the Iwo Jima Memorial, the 9/11 Memorial at the Pentagon (not pictured), took a walking tour through the MLK Jr Memorial, FDR Memorial, and Thomas Jefferson Memorial, where we got to reflect on the impact that these leaders have had on this nation, see some ducks, explore the flowing water, and visit the infamous "Stumpy" Cherry Blossom Tree. Then, it was off to the Basilica of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, where we were all in awe of the beauty of the architecture and art, not to mention the fact that Babe Ruth contributed to the building of such a glorious place! It was awesome to learn all about many of the different chapels and oratories as well as getting a close up look inside of the Main Church and a peak inside the Crypt Church. Then, it was off to Philly, where we are resting for a very full final day tomorrow! See MoreSee Less
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Day 2 (Tuesday)Capitol BuildingSpy MuseumHolocaust MuseumDinner Cruise See MoreSee Less
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