• Phoenix Middle School, 2341 Snouffer Road, Worthington, OH 43085 | Phone 614-450-4100
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travel1Travel tours allow Phoenix students to actually see and experience countries, cities, sites, and landmarks.  They go beyond simply reading about, researching, and taking in information from their teachers about these places.  Making learning connections is greatly accelerated when students travel. Teachers and guides of student travel tours make student safety a priority and take it very seriously to make the tour a positive experience for all students.

 “Travel brings the classroom curriculum alive, inspiring students to learn through first-hand, interactive experiences. Travel motivates students to achieve and improves academic performance. Travel teaches an understanding of other people, communities and cultures. Travel offers educational opportunities for a shrinking globe. Travel helps young people gain self-confidence, a sense of independence, and a feeling that they can make a difference in the world. A group travel experience is one your participants will remember for the rest of their lives.”  - Student Youth Travel Association

Travel is an extremely important component of the Phoenix experience. We offer choices of travel locally, regionally and internationally.

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  • YMCA's CAMP KERN - Oregionia, Ohio

    camp-kernWith over 80 years of experience, Camp Kern has an extensive series of problem-solving initiatives that require students to work together to plan, implement and evaluate solutions. In this overnight experience, eighth grade students and teachers set out to build trust, confidence, communication, cooperation, and problem solving skills.

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    chicagoOur seventh graders travel to Chicago for four days and experience first hand how to maneuver through a large metropolitan area, taking in the sights and sounds of a bustling midwest city. Museums there afford our students to see first hand many of artifacts from our year of study.

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    CLICK HERE to View / Upload Photos from our 2016/17 Trip >>


    columbusDiscover Columbus is an alternative during the same week to experience many of the great attributes of our downtown city. More information about Discover Columbus for 2020... will be available here after Jan 1, 2020.

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    spainEvery two years, Phoenix students and their families (current and former) are invited to travel overseas. Here is an overview of past summer trips:
    2009 - Italy and Greece. 
    2011 - France and Spain
    2013 - Germany, Czech Repulic, Poland and Austria.
    2015 - Germany, Austria and Switzerland. 
    2017 - Spain
    2019 - France, Italy and Switzerland

    Our next trip: TBA...


    cincinnati-1Eighth graders travel to Kings Island to finish the year and have a chance to further bond before venturing off to the various high schools our student attend.

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  • NYCNEW YORK CITY- The Big Apple

    Our seventh graders travel to New York City for four days.
    Bursting with an energy all its own, New York City provides a unique look into American life and culture. We explore the very best of the Big Apple, from the bustle of Times Square to the skyline view from the Empire State Building. Phoenix students get to know one of our country’s most exciting cities even better!

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    stone-lab-front-bigSelect students in both 7th and 8th grade study Lake Erie and Gibraltar Island in a series of specialized activities, such as an Edible Plants Walk, Invertebrate Walk, or Ornithology Hike. Group spends two hours on a research vessel on Lake Erie, collecting environmental and biological data, before heading back to the lab for an additional two hours, where they dissect fish and peer through microscopes to get a look at the lake's tiniest inhabitants. This is a two-day overnight trip.

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Office Contact

Sean Flynn Principal
Chrissy Cavaluchy Secretary
Karan Dunn Counselor

School Hours: 7:40 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Phoenix Middle School
2341 Snouffer Road, Worthington, OH 43085

Phone 614.450,4100 | Fax 614,883,3610