What phrase would you use to describe the Washington Youth Tour?
- It was an experience of a “Lifetime.”
- “Exciting & Fun & Memorable”
- Beyond my greatest expectations!
- Extremely Fun!
- I had a Blast!
- A once in a lifetime opportunity!
- See your Capitol!
- An exciting, eventful, and extremely educational tour!
- One sweet deal!
What will you remember most from this year’s Youth Tour?
- The feeling I had when I saw the Capitol and the Monuments for the very first time.
- The people & friends I met during the trip.
- The awesomeness of visiting our Nation’s Capitol and being able to see the Government inaction.
- Seeing the WWII Memorial
- Arlington National Cemetery, it showed me how many people had died fighting or supporting Our Great Nation!
- I will remember the friends I made and the amazing sites I saw.
- I will remember seeing and going to the Capitol Building the most.
- The leadership of this Country is not simply sitting in the Oval Office.
- The sites and people that make this Country what it is.
What one site, event, or activity left the greatest impression on you?
- The changing of the guard at Arlington Cemetery left the greatest impression.
- The Lazy Suzan dinner Theater
- The National Cathedral
- WWII Memorial
- Arlington National Cemetery
- The Smithsonian Museums
- I really enjoyed going to Fort McHenry
- The Holocaust Museum touched me like nothing else
- The Capitol Building
What will you tell students who are eligible for the next tour?
- Try your hardest, it’s worth it!
- Go for it!
- Go for it, It’s definitely worth the time and effort.
- You will have one of the best times of their lives.
- You will be missing a once in a lifetime opportunity.
- Yes, it requires some effort, but it’s really worth it.
- They should really try to go and make it!!!
- Look at this competition as a challenge, a challenge that you want to conquer.
- The efforts are worth the rewards