Seventeen Newbury High School students will be part of history Friday as they attend Donald Trump's official inauguration.

The students and their school leaders arrived in Washington D.C. on Tuesday to begin a "live learning" experience, according to the district.

The group's tour includes stops at the U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress, Supreme Court, Arlington National Cemetery, the Ford Museum, Spy Museum, Smithsonian Institution museums and various monuments.

The group also attended the Iowa Caucuses last January.

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Elementary School Principal Cyndi Tomassetti, who was tweeting as @nlsd_elem, let WKYC know Friday afternoon that the group has "...boarded their bus and are heading back to Ohio now."

Tomaasetti, one of three chaperones on the trip, said the group also had "meet and greets" with U.S. Sen. Rob Portman and U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown.

Thursday night, they "...held the 'Northeast Ohio Inaugural Ball' at our hotel."