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By: Tawny Aguayo, Student Contributor

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The June Buchanan School ACE Club had the opportunity to visit one of the nation’s most famous landmarks, the majestic Niagara Falls, during Labor Day weekend.

The ACE Club, named for its focus on Arts and Cultural Enrichment, is an honors club for high school students with great academic standing. Since its beginning, they have embarked on numerous trips, local all the way to international, to expand their knowledge of the world.

“Visiting Niagara Falls was such a fun educational experience for our kids,” says JBS Dean Amanda Clark. “We love being able to reward our students with opportunities to explore the amazing adventures and sights that this world has to offer.”

Participants of the trip included eight students and several faculty members who utilized the weekend to explore and learn about the largest waterfall in America. They were able to take in all of the Niagara Falls’ attractions, including its museum, aquarium, and, the group’s favorite, a boat ride through the mists of the waterfall itself.