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5 New Features in Our 2018 International Class Trip Catalog

Posted by Michael Johnson on Tue, Feb 14, 2017 @ 12:09 PM

Hot off the press! The 2018 edition of our International Class Trip Catalog is packed with itineraries, prices and trip-planning resources, not to mention testimonials from teachers and parents who are simply loving their Jumpstreet experience.

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Topics: tours, Student travel, History, Trip-Planning Resources, Europe, Germany, Costa Rica, International, Central America

3 Things About Québec’s Montmorency Falls That Will Take Your Breath Away

Posted by Michael Johnson on Tue, Jan 14, 2014 @ 05:08 PM

We know what you’re thinking: “Waterfalls in Québec? At this time of year?! Have you lost your marbles?”

We haven’t lost our marbles … not yet at least. Whether it's January or June, the glorious Chutes Montmorency (Montmorency Waterfalls) is a must-see for any Quebec City school trip. Québec’s founder, Samuel de Champlain, named the falls after Henri II, duc de Montmorency, who served as the viceroy of New France in the 1620s. The falls are the tallest in the province – taller even than Niagara, in fact – and are host to spectacular views, stunning natural formations and French Canadian legends that could have been written by Nicholas Sparks.

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Topics: Jumpstreet, Canada, Canadian Travel, Student travel, Quebec City, History, winter

5 Reasons to Get Excited for Student Travel in 2014

Posted by Michael Johnson on Tue, Jan 7, 2014 @ 10:40 AM

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Topics: Festivals, Montreal, New York City, Boston, Ottawa, Quebec City, History, Food, Art, museum

Jumpstreet’s Ode to U.S. Thanksgiving

Posted by Michael Johnson on Thu, Nov 28, 2013 @ 09:37 AM

Just as we’re finishing our leftovers from Jumpstreet’s Canadian Thanksgiving in October, that sweet aroma of gravy and pie is already wafting in from our neighbours down south! Grab your turkey basters ladies and gentlemen, because US Thanksgiving is here. It’s a good thing we kept our elastic-waist jeans on.

Here are just some of the things for which Jumpstreet is thankful:

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Topics: Jumpstreet, student, tours, American Travel, Student travel, Boston, Holiday, History