High School Students & Parents2022-06-02T16:14:22-05:00






High School Accepted Students

Please complete the required forms below by their due dates. Please submit each form following the directions found on the bottom of each form. It is important that you consider your preparations well in advance and complete all required forms before your arrival.

Required Documents and Forms for accepted students should be submitted through SEA’s online enrollment portal.

Required Documents & Forms

Student Contract & Deposit
Contract (available in application portal) due within 2 weeks of acceptance, with $300 deposit.

Medical Form
Due no more than 6 months and no less than 1 month prior to your program start date.

Please communicate any needs for special accommodations.

Code of Conduct
For all members of the SEA Community

Operations Manual
For SEA programs aboard SEA vessels

For Parents of High School Students

As you consider entrusting your student to us, whether in Woods Hole or at sea, don’t take our word for it… here’s what parents of past SEA High School Program participants are saying.

“We wanted to thank each one of one for the caring expertise you shared with the group! Paul came back excited, more mature and self-confident. He truly had a fantastic academic and social experience!”

“I just wanted to send a note of thanks for Nissaba’s participation in the summer program. She had a great time, learned a great deal, and the experience has solidified her choice to pursue marine sciences. I do hope she has the opportunity to participate in one of your other programs in the future! Thank you sincerely!”

“Zoe came to the program with excitement but with trepidation as well as she did not really know what was in store and was not certain she could ‘survive’ being away from home for three weeks as she had never been away for more than two days! On day two of the program, Zoe texted me to tell me that she was having a great time and never wanted to come home! By the end of the three weeks, Zoe was devastated at the idea of leaving the program. She has been teary-eyed since arriving home as she misses everything about SEASCape!”

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