Dauphin Island Sea Lab—Residential Summer Opportunities

 

Overview

Rising seventh through ninth graders may enroll in DISL's Gulf Island Journey, an enrichment program of hands-on marine science programming. Activities include a trawling expedition aboard Sea Lab's research vessel, exploration of the salt marshes of Dauphin Island, and beachcombing and bird watching on nearby Sand Island. A second program, High School Summer Course, is an accredited, four-week marine science class for rising 10th through 12th graders. During this four-week program, students conduct an intensive exploration of marine science through 150 hours of supervised academic activities in the form of lectures, laboratory work and field pursuits.

General Info

Name Dauphin Island Sea Lab—Residential Summer Opportunities
Location Dauphin Island, AL
Year-round Contacts 251-861-2141
Program Focuses & Features Basketball, Crafts, Ecology, Fishing, Marine Biology/Studies, Oceanography, Science, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball
Grade Range (rising grades) 5-12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 10-17
Application Deadline April
Director Sally Brennan, Registrar
Residential Fee $545-4557, 1-4 weeks.
Dates & Sessions May-Aug; 4 sessions, 1-4 weeks long

Contact

Sally Brennan, Registrar
251-861-2141