Trip of a lifetime surpasses all expectations

Students experience many firsts, forge friendships, too

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

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Pea Ridge High School AP Biology students climbed rocks at Sylvan Lake, where the movie National Treasure 2 was filmed. They are climbing on the rock they used for the back of the “Mt. Rushmore” rock with the lake.
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Pea Ridge High School AP Biology students climbed rocks at Sylvan Lake, where the movie National Treasure 2 was filmed. They are climbing on the rock they used for the back of the “Mt. Rushmore” rock with the lake.

There we sat in a school bus, perched in front of Pea Ridge High, 14 students and four adults at 3 a.m., ready for adventure, surprises and memories. We had worked ourselves tirelessly not only academically, but also diligently as fundraisers all year long; now, all of our selling raffle tickets and cooking spaghetti would pay off. We headed for the unknown.


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