Our live-aboard marine biology summer camps for high school students combines scuba diving and field studies with marine sciences, concentrating on building knowledge in this growing area of environmental science.
The activities and study groups in our marine science summer camps are very practical in nature. Our students learn by doing, seeing and experiencing those things that most students only read about in books.
AQ’s Marine Biology camps for high school students are offered in the British Virgin Islands, run aboard 46-foot catamarans and 50-foot sloops, which become our home and floating classroom and lab for the duration of the voyage. When you attend one of our marine science summer camps, you will become proficient in sailing as you learn to navigate the yacht from island to island and site to site and you’ll develop your scuba diving skills too.
Typical Marine Biology Summer Camp Modules
- Water: The basis for life
- Coral Reef Evolution, Structure and Growth
- The Reefs and Lagoons
- Interrelationships of Marine Life
- Sponges, Jellyfish, Crustaceans, Mollusks
- Artificial Reefs
- Mangrove Biology
- Shark Biology
- Fish Biology & Dissection
View our Marine Bio Study Guide
“Your marine science program offers students an opportunity to be exposed to the curriculum up close and personal, outside the confines of a conventional classroom. They return with a new perspective and a heightened awareness of our oceans and the environmental issues affecting them.”
“ActionQuest is a unique, educational, and adventurous experience. I LOVED that the parents knew the itinerary ahead of time and a blog/pictures was such a nice touch! :)”
“Our daughter learned a lot and was thrilled to be able to dive in such nice waters, discover this part of the world and the challenges of life on a boat. She made great friendships and enjoyed the marine biology research aspect of the program.”
“I have to say it has been one of the best experiences of my life. After doing the Dolphin program, I truly learned what it is like to be a marine biologist. Thank you so much for providing kids like me with this incredible experience.”