Goshen High School’s IB Art Program has been traveling to the Florida Keys for the past few years working alongside marine biology students. The marine environment becomes an inspiration for their artwork. Check out some of their creations!
The students have been hard at work exploring the grassy mudflats, the mangroves, and the man-made quarry. Lots of exciting discoveries have been made, and the students are very enthusiastic about the process. This spotted sea hare was my favorite find of …Continue reading →
This year marks the 40th anniversary of marine biology led by Carl Weaver through Goshen High School. Words cannot express how much Carl is appreciated for his hard work, generosity, passion for education, and love of people. The evening was …Continue reading →
Everyone arrived in Layton, Florida by 8:00 P.M. Thursday evening. The trip went smoothly, and we managed to avoid the usual spring break traffic. Everyone slept very well last night and we awoke to a sunny day! Snorkeling has started in the grassy mudflats, …Continue reading →
The Goshen High School Marine Biology Program had another great year down in the Florida Keys! Our Saturday was spent “science fair” style taking a look at all of the marine studies that were completed throughout the week. Many interesting …Continue reading →
We had another beautiful day of snorkeling and excursions. We traveled a couple of hours on Wednesday (1 by bus and another by boat) to get out to the coral reef at John Pennekamp State Park. It was worth it …Continue reading →
Today was another busy one for the marine biology students. They started the morning off with a lecture on mollusks and group project planning. Afternoon excursions included grassy mudflats and the quarry. Both were fascinating with sightings of sea anemones, …Continue reading →
Monday kicked off the first official day of marine studies. The morning began with field excursions to the grassy mudflats and the quarry. The emphasis was on snorkeling skills and habitat profiles. Many marine organisms were observed including barracuda, cowfish, …Continue reading →