A coeducational day school serving students JK-12

Summer Trips

Summer trips are available to currently enrolled Latin School students.Each summer, trips are offered based on faculty and staff proposals. The number and location of summer trips vary from year to year. Trips are available to Latin students in good standing that meet grade eligibility requirements. Trips are scheduled by grade as of the fall of the upcoming school year. Each trip offers students the opportunity to pursue their interests.

Early registration is recommended, due to limited space.

Summer Trips 2018

Driving Through Dairyland: Golfing in Wisconsin with Mr. Newmark and Mr. McArthur

June 10-14, 2018
$1300

Do you love to golf? Does a road trip help you reconnect with your soul? Do you like applying mathematics to the world around you? If your answers are yes, yes, and yes, this trip is for you! We will be golfing, calculating, sightseeing, and unwinding after a fulfilling school year. Our trip begins Sunday morning, June 10, 2018, and takes us on a road trip through Wisconsin, from the shores of Lake Michigan to the Dells to the hardwood forests. We will be playing at least 5 rounds of golf, including a round at Kohler's spectacular Blackwolf Run!


Throughout the trip, Mr. McArthur and Mr. Newmark will share their passion for golf and math by employing a variety of math applications to the game. All lodging, meals, tee times, and transportation are included in the price. Students will simply need to be dropped off and picked up at Latin. Students may bring their own clubs, or they may be rented. Previous golf experience and enthusiasm recommended.

This will be our fourth consecutive annual trip. Both Zach McArthur and Jeff Newmark are currently math teachers at Latin. Mr. Newmark annually chaperones a 5th grade trip to Laredo Taft, has led a summer trip to Paris, a summer camping trip to Kettle Moraine, and a few high school ski trips to Colorado. Mr. McArthur leads upper school Project Week trips, mostly of the volunteer/service kind. Mr. Newmark is very familiar with the state of Wisconsin, as his daughter is a junior at Madison!

About Summer Trips

Summer Trip Information & Policies

Dates are tentative and subject to change based on factors including weather, flight availability and other factors.
Trips are available to Latin School students that are in good standing, and meet the prerequisites and age requirements, though the school reserves the right to deny participation based on other factors. No student will be allowed to participate in Summer at Latin who has any outstanding tuition balance. No refunds will be made to a student who, for disciplinary reasons, is asked to leave Summer at Latin. Tuition monies are non-transferable. A limited amount of financial aid is available for these trips. Any student who currently receives aid and will be receiving aid in the fall from Latin is eligible. Please contact us at 312.582.6080 for more information. In case of a student's withdrawal from the program, the Summer at Latin Office must be notified in writing. Latin reserves the right to cancel a program if unforeseen circumstances occur. Notification of cancellation of a program will be done as early as possible. Each trip has a minimum and maximum enrollment. If the minimum is not met, families will be notified, and the price will either be increased, or the trip will be canceled.

Each trip will have at least one pre-departure meeting. Information regarding itinerary , student expectations, and packing list will be covered at these meetings. Students that plan on participating on international trips are encouraged to obtain a passport as soon as possible. Passports must be valid for at least six months after the expected return date.

The cost of each trip includes meals, lodging, emergency medical insurance (international trips only), transportation, visas, and departure taxes. For trips departing from the airport, participants are responsible for getting to and from the airport on their own. The price of the trip does not include any luggage surcharges, immunizations, medications, trip cancellation insurance, or spending money. Additionally, Latin is not responsible if a student is denied a visa for travel.

All participants must abide by all school rules and guidelines established by the trip leaders at all times. If a student is in violation of these rules, the trip leader may elect to have that student removed and sent home at the expense of the family.

Contact Us

Questions? We would love to hear from you.

Summer at Latin
Latin School of Chicago
59 W. North Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60610-1492

summer@latinschool.org
312.582.6080 phone
312.582.6081 fax


Catherine Curry
Director of Summer at Latin
ccurry@latinschool.org
Morganne Stevens
Morganne Stevens
Associate Director
of Summer at Latin
mstevens2@latinschool.org

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