Our School and Group Programs, Environmental Day Camps, Marine Biology Programs for High School Students, and Counselor in Training Program provide endless opportunities for active learners.
Grades K to 5
Seaside Safari Camp is a fun-filled learning adventure that takes advantage of the natural classroom just outside our doors in historic, 135-acre Odiorne Point State Park. The Center’s hands-on exhibits, scientific instruments, and teaching technology of the Gregg Interactive Learning Studio reinforce learning. Lessons, activities, art projects, games, and stories combine for a full day of learning, excitement and fun!
Summer Vacation Camp
June 17-August 23, 2019
December Vacation Camp
December 23-23 and 26-27, 2019
Seaside Safari: Stewards
Stewards is a field-trip based program offered during the summer only. Stewards spend the day immersed in nature, learning about ecosystems and how to become caretakers of the natural environment, or visiting other regional environmental institutions to expand their knowledge.
Stewards Summer Camp
Dates and times vary.
Marine Biology Camp
Monday-Friday, August 5-16, 2019
This 2-week marine biology camp for science-minded high school students interested in pursuing studies in marine biology or a related science field, includes in-depth, hands-on lessons that will give students practical experience and insight into marine science careers.
Marine Science Fellowship
For grades 10-12
Select Saturdays*, February 2-June 9, 2019
This semester-long course is designed to give high school students who are interested in the marine sciences, the opportunity to expand their studies in a practical, supportive, resource-rich environment. Students who participated in Semester I may continue their research project or opt to study a new topic. New students are welcome.
*Wednesday afternoon make-up session available.
Counselor In Training Program
Ages 13 to 17
Our Counselor in Training (CIT) program provided a unique opportunity for Seacoast Science Center member teens, ages 13-17, to acquire leadership and informal teaching skills while learning about the marine environment in a camp setting. CIT’s assist our camp counselors in providing a safe, fun, and meaningful educational experience for our campers. Perspective CIT’s are interviewed to ensure that the program is a good fit and are required to participate in training.
Counselors-in-Training must be members of the Seacoast Science Center at the Family Level or higher.
For School and Groups
We offer a wide range of on-site Field and Indoor programs, as well as Outreach and Distance Learning Programs for Grades K-12+ and Groups of all ages.
Visit our Programs For Schools and Groups page to learn more.