In addition to supporting and facilitating research, the Schoodic Education and Research Center seeks to disseminate the resulting scientific information and resource management decisions which are made based upon park research efforts. Through this sharing and exchange of information we seek to strengthen the dialog with, and understanding between, the park and its numerous stakeholder groups including local communities, researchers, educators, the public, and learners of all ages.
Middle school students (4th through 8th grade) attend the acclaimed multi-day, residential outdoor Schoodic Education Adventure (SEA) programs led on campus by Acadia National Park educators. Curriculum-based and hands-on field experiences on the rugged coast of Maine offer unparalleled experience for students and an exciting way to build science literacy and enthusiasm. To learn more, visit our Schoodic Education Adventure page.
Last updated: January 4, 2017