Join us at one of our many locations in schools all around South Florida for a once in a life time education. Our School Specialty Programs are designed to encourage our Jr. Scientists to embrace nature and science, enhancing their education with our hands-on activities and excursions. If you are interested in your own School Specialty Program, please contact us at or (786) 732-6719.
Experience nature up close as we Discover, Imagine, Venture and Explore our way into marine biology. Our D.I.V.E. Program takes place on Thursdays at Shelton Academy and promotes the necessary skills that all of our Jr. Scientists will use to submerge themselves into the scientific methods. D.I.V.E. was created in order to enhance our student’s knowledge, but also to apply it. We include frequent field trips that allow our students to experience nature up close and allows them to apply their understanding to the real world. If you are interested in this program, please contact Shelton Academy at (305) 599-9967
DISCOVER | IMAGINE | VENTURE | EXPLORE
Adventure into marine biology as we take you on a school year full of fun and fishes! The Pelican Program is a marine biology class that takes place at Christ Fellowship Academy that encourages our students to learn and apply their knowledge. This program takes place on Tuesdays and immerses our students into studies of marine biology. Our hands-on programs promotes positive education and allows our Jr. Scientists to experience higher level science at a younger age. If you are interested in this program, please contact Christ Fellowship Academy at (305) 238-1833
Become a part of the NP SQUAD at your birthday party and entertain your guests with an amazing animal encounters that will knock your hooves off! We will provide your party with some of our exotic animals which may include bearded dragon, hedgehog, snakes, lizards, tortoises, frogs, baby rats and more party into a very fun scientific experience that your guests will never forget. Let us bring the wild side to you!!!
RESEARCH | OBSERVE | ANALYZE | RESOLVE
The R.A.Y.S Program (Researching Adventurous Young Scientists Program) is an environmental studies program developed in partnership between Mater Academy Cutler Bay and Nature Postings Inc with the purpose of enhance the quality of education within the science curriculum. Environmental education is a holistic approach to learning in order to achieve an ecologically and socially sustainable future. Its primary purpose is to enhance an individual's knowledge, attitudes, skills, values and motivation to improve the quality of the environment and education. Environmental education takes a cradle-to-grave approach as a means to achieve sustainable development. Environmental education is concerned with those aspects of human behavior which are more directly related to man’s interaction with bio-physical environment and his ability to understand this interaction. Environmental education is a process that allows individuals to explore environmental issues, engage in problem solving, and take action to improve the environment. As a result, individuals develop a deeper understanding of environmental issues and have the skills to make informed and responsible decisions. If you are interested in this program, please contact Mater Academy Cutler Bay at (305) 235-1464
RESEARCHING & ADVENTUROUS YOUNG SCIENTIST PROGRAM
The S.C.O.P.E Program (Scientists Conducting Observations, Procedures and experiments) was developed as an initiative to create a Natural Sciences program within
HIVE Preparatory Curriculum with the purpose of building future scientists through discoveries, experiences, excursions and encounters in order to promote environmental stewardship and citizen sciences.
SCIENTISTS CONDUCTING OBSERVATIONS, PROCEDURES AND EXPERIMENTS
The O.W.L.S program (Observing the World and Learning through sciences) was developed as an initiative to create a Natural Sciences program within Archimedean School Curriculum with the purpose of building future scientists through discoveries, experiences, excursions and encounters in order to promote environmental stewardship and citizen sciences.
OBSERVING THE WORLD AND LEARNING THROUGH SCIENCE
Skeegie Academy was designed to get our students back into nature by stimulating and enhancing their knowledge in our outdoor classroom in Coral Reef Elementary. The name Skeegie originated in the 1930's when a child names Skeegie Cash was abducted in the Palmetto Bay area. Skeegie enjoyed the great outdoors, but was unfortunately never found. In honor of Skeegie Cash, Coral Reef Academy started this program to encourage their students to explore nature, just like Skeegie did. If you are interested in this program, please contact Coral Reef Elementary at (305) 235-1464