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Where Do Kids from LA Private Schools go for Spring Break?

Some families at L.A. private schools spare no expense (some never even see the bill) when it comes to lavish and far away spring break vacations; many bring along a nanny or two to watch the kids. We did a school breakdown of who’s going where this spring break ’13 and here are a few of the most coveted vacation destinations:

  • Zip-Lining in Coast Rica
  • Biking on the Greek Islands
  • Skiing in Aspen
  • Scuba Diving on The Big Island of Hawaii
  • Private home in Mammoth
  • Japan
  • Dude Ranch in Arizona
  • Fully Staffed Villa in Cabo San Lucas with invited guests
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  • Luxury cabana on stilts out in the water in Panama
  • The Maui Four Seasons for sun and Industry networking in Hawaii
  • Italy

  • Private home in Cabo San Lucas (where George Clooney is a neighbor)
  • Private Malibu home
  • Hunting trip in the Midwest and then off to the Caribbean
  • Private home in Deer Valley

  • Cigarette Boat Rides in St. Barth’s
Campbell Hall:

  • Paris
  • Hawaii
  • St. Barth’s
  • Italy
  • Mammoth

  • Private home in Aspen
  • Private Home in Deer Valley
  • Cabo San Lucas

  • Paris
  • Hawaii

  • Argentina
  • Paris
  • Galápagos Islands
  • Japan

  • Horseback Riding Camping Trip in the Southwest led by private guide
  • Cabo San Lucas
This post was written by Christina Simon – co-author of Beyond The Brochure: An Insider’s Guide To Private Elementary Schools In Los Angeles. She is the mom of a 3rd grade son and a 5th grade daughter who attend The Willows Community School. Christina’s work has been published on, Mamapedia, BlogHer, The Mother Company, Scary Mommy, ecomom, and numerous other sites. She blogs at Beyond the Brochure, or you can find her on Facebook.

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6 comments for “Where Do Kids from LA Private Schools go for Spring Break?

  1. March 27, 2013 at 6:19 pm

    Goddammit. I didn’t get the memo. Again. Don’t tell anyone we’re slumming it in Seattle with no staff.

  2. March 27, 2013 at 9:30 pm

    All I can say is, travel is the best and if you can get out to see the world, do it. That said, I’ll be riding a horse in Griffith Park, but if I keep my eyes half-closed, I can pretend it’s Wyoming:)

  3. Gina
    March 28, 2013 at 7:58 am

    Well, I don’t know about our fellow private school classmates, but we’re just driving up north a bit to Santa Barbara & Big Sur. But, time alone with our kids is precious & time with dad not at work is even more so!

  4. March 28, 2013 at 1:42 pm

    My family loves to travel and it’s our favorite time to be together exploring the world without the distractions and pressures of home. If you’re able to see the world, then why not. Bon Voyage 🙂

  5. Jordan
    March 28, 2013 at 6:17 pm

    Holy cow! This is valuable information. It must be nice…

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