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High-school students take an educational tour of New York in this eight-part series.
October 26, 2004
This trip to the Buffalo area includes visits to a wildlife rehab center, a hydroponics farm and a former stop on the Underground Railroad.
October 4, 2004
The scholars travel to Long Island where they visit Theodore Roosevelt's historic home and learn about law enforcement.
The scholars visit Saratoga Springs, home to natural springs and learn about the New Deal. They also take part in an archeological dig.
The scholars travel to Lake Placid, two-time host city to the Winter Olympics, and test their skills in the bobsled, the biathlon and figure skating.
The scholars travel to the Catskill Mountains, where they learn the basics of flying and orienteering.
The New York Wired Scholars visit the Syracuse and Rochester area. Included: the New York State Fair and the George Eastman House.
October 8, 2000
Included: a visit to the Corning glass factory in upstate New York.
October 3, 1999
The teens' tour of the Hudson River Valley includes a stop at the United States Military Academy at West Point, a tour of the reconstruction of a Colonial-era ship, and an attempt at rock climbing.
September 12, 1999
Students explore artistic expression by attending a Broadway play, visiting a circus performers' workshop and observing the production crew of “The Today Show.” Mike Rowe is the host.
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