The academy’s curriculum is:
We encourage small group learning, and develop
many skills through extensive field work
and hands-on laboratory experiences.
We typically go on 10-15 field trips each year!
Most of the complex and perplexing issues and
problems facing our world involve more
than just scientific concepts and economic principles.
They also involve individual and social values and group decision-making processes.
Accordingly, SEA-DISC aims to prepare students for
informed, effective citizenship through stimulating
and engaging projects, discussion and debate
on critical environmental problems, and a variety of
student "decision-making" activities.