With summer just about in full swing, many people are anxiously waiting for their summer vacations.
That includes North Dakota high school seniors who are flying to Rome on Wednesday.
All four Catholic high schools across the state will be taking part in the 11th annual Rome study pilgrimage.
It's a trip where students will have no access to electronics like their ipods or cell phones, and will concentrate on enhancing their faith.
High school seniors who are going on the trip say they're excited for the opportunity.
"It's a phenomenal opportunity for me and I'm just incredibly excited to explore where the rock of our faith is and I'm going to learn so much, it's just an opportunity that I couldn't pass up, " St. Mary's High School Senior Thomas Gilchrist said.
Including chaperon's, 103 people are set to fly to Rome on Wednesday.