A group of students and faculty visited the UNESCO sites of Split and Trojir in Croatia last week. Travelling overnight on the Blue Line Ferry from Ancona, they arrived in Split early on Saturday morning.
They toured the market and the Diocletian Palace in the morning. The palace including the streets is made of local white marble. The Roman Emperor Diocletian built the palace as his retirement home. Now it anchors the thriving town of Split.
On Sunday, everyone travelled by bus along the coast to Trojir, another UNECO site. Here the maze of narrow streets and alleyways enchanted the students.
Late in the afternoon, the students and teachers boarded the ferry set to return overnight to Ancona and then back to the reality of school.
Then last weekend, the Student Council organized a Poker Night to raise funds towards their upcoming Prom.