The senior class started their week with a visit to the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library on the campus of Texas A & M University. The students took part in a self-guided tour of the museum, putting into practice their knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of a President of the United States. They were able to view artifacts, speeches and pictures from the administrations' domestic, foreign and social affairs from their time in the White House and their years serving the state of Texas.
In the afternoon, the students were able to participate in a private classroom lecture series put on by the library, hosted by their traveling lecturer Tom Borcher. Students were encouraged to pull from their knowledge of American Government and connect their First Amendment rights to court cases from Texas and the Supreme Court. They were given the opportunity to explore what they thought in regards to the Constitution and how they would have voted on these cases from the George H.W. Bush administration era.