Juniors See Washington DC Up-Close

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Cassidy Walker

The group of Juniors of the Washington D.C Close Up and Mr. Brooks, meet Representative Dan Crenshaw. “It was surreal seeing someone that I normally see on tv or on Instagram in real life," said Junior Michael Parsons.

Cassidy Walker

Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Junior Walker Gore touching the top of the Washington monument “The DC trip was so much fun! I learned a lot about myself and my political values, and it was such a cool experience to be able to see all the historical sites of our country. I made a ton of new friends from Houston, Illinois, and even Puerto Rico. I would definitely recommend anyone who is considering it to go.”
Reed Kimball, Griffin Quinones, Micheal Parsons, Claire Brennan, Walker Gore, Cassidy Walker, and Elliot Strawn at the Lincoln Memorial.
Six United States Marines raising the second U.S. flag
Inside the Library of Congress
All of the Paschal students in front of the Supreme Court
The Close Up group outside of the White House. “ It was a great experience where we garnered knowledge about the backbone of domestic and global democracy in its birthplace. We also had the opportunity to hear from the people at the forefront of our current political climate and witness historic testimonies. Needless to say, it was pretty neat,” said Junior Claire Brennan.