Marine Science Summer Seminar in Hawaii
Are you interested in studying marine life in their habitats? Then consider the Marine Science Summer Seminar in Hawaii. This exciting science course will be offered during the 2017 Second Summer Session from Tuesday, June 13 through Monday, June 26, 2017. It is open to all incoming freshmen, and current freshmen and sophomores. Successful completion of the course will earn students one science elective credit.
Classes will be held at Hawaii Preparatory Academy atop Kohala Volcano, and labs are completed on the beach and in the ocean each day. This course will include topics on marine plants, tides and waves, volcanology, conservation, and so much more. Field trips will include Volcanoes National Park, submarine rides, dolphin training, hula lessons, and many other exciting activities. Students will also be taught snorkeling and free-diving, and have the opportunity to scuba dive.
Applications and deposits are due by Monday, May 23. Parent/guardian and student informational meetings will be held during both PRTs and after school on Tuesday, May 3.
For more information, please contact biology teacher Mrs. McCarter 317.524.7117 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications and general information can be found by clicking here.