2019 Marine Biology, Andros Island, Bahamas
Students will explore a marine biology habitat including barrier reefs, patch reefs, intertidal zones, and insular terrestrial habitats. It also allows students to observe and take part in a developing nation’s culture and society,
Students will receive one full credit of science on their official transcripts.
Cost: $2800-$3000 (all included)
Date: Early June 2020
Number of participants: maximum 20 and minimum 10
This trip will be a joint educational project between Granville High School and NAHS and will be lead by Alison Laughbaum, Chad Schwinnen with two science teachers from Granville High School.