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This program connects to Class Afloat, a class of 40 high school students taking their full semester or full school year of classes aboard the tall ship Concordia while learning to sail the ship, and visiting ports and peoples during a 25,000 mile school year voyage. Class Afloat is produced by West Island College, a fully accredited academic institution, in Canada.
and Islands Live!
This program connects to the educational semesters of The Cape Eleuthera Island School, an academic and research institute founded by The Lawrenceville School (New Jersey) in 1998. 30 high school students take science, English, math, history, and art at the school. The Cape Eleuthera Island School, a fully accredited academic institution, is located on the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas.
This program connects to Ocean Classroom, a high school semester aboard the schooner Spirit of Massachusetts sailing the U.S. East Coast, Bahamas, and Caribbean Sea, and visiting historic ports en route. It is jointly produced by Ocean Classroom Foundation (New York) and Proctor Academy (New Hampshire), a fully accredited school.
This program connects to bluegrass musicians, composers, and songwriters. Partnering with the Wang Center's Suskind Young at Arts program, Bluegrass Live! is designed to support the teaching of several disciplines (history, language arts, performing arts, technology) while focusing the lessons around bluegrass music.
This program connects to all of our content partners. The students at the field schools on land or sea write essays on how they are using math. It shows the use of math by student peers in the real world, and with real consequence.
Tall Ship Semester
at Sea Live!
This program connects to a diverse, all-girls high school class from urban San Francisco taking a semester of classes aboard a tall ship at sea. It is produced by the America True Tall Ship Semester for Girls in partnership with Mercy High School in San Francisco.
Live! Costa Rica Live! Oceans
Live! Wetlands & Fisheries Live!
These programs are based on School for Field Studies (Massachusetts) curricula from the following field schools: