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School Programs

FRIENDS works hard to provide meaningful and engaging content that supports the Bahamian school curriculum. While much of our programs are geared towards science, the information has relevance and application to other topics such as math, English language, creative writing, and geography. We encourage teachers to reach out to FRIENDS as a resource, and we'd be happy to visit your classroom or take you and your students on a field trip in Abaco's environment. Scroll down for more information on the programs that we are offer. 

Classroom presentations

Make an appointment with our education staff to visit your classroom. We offer an array of topics and can do special subjects on request. See below for more.

field trips

Guided field trips to Abaco's amazing ecosystems! Coordinate a field trip to complement your classroom discussions.

class trips

Overnight and multi-day trips incorporating fun field trips, educational activities, and a stay at the Kenyon Research Centre in Marsh Harbour.

teacher resources

Educational. Free. Downloadable. Need we say more?

Classroom presentations

Presentations are offered, but not limited to these topics: 

-All about Abaco's Ecosystems

-Bahamian Commercial Species (fishing restrictions and laws related to size limits, export/import regulations, etc.)


-Climate Change

-Coastal Ecosystems

-Conservation and the "5 R's" / Pollution

-Coral Reefs

-Invasive Species


-Marine Mammals

-Pine Forests & Blue Holes

-Queen Conch

-Sandy Beaches & Rocky Shores

-Seagrass Beds

-Spiny Lobster

-Tidal Flats

- WASH & DRY (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and

Disaster Recovery). Learn more


Field trips are offered, but not limited to these topics: 

-Beach cleanups (ongoing)

-Blue hole Expedition (seasonal)

-Coral Reef Snorkeling (seasonal)

-Mangrove Exploration (ongoing) 

-Pine Forests (ongoing)

-Seagrass beds (seasonal)

-Water catchment site (ongoing)

Stay tuned for our solar energy / sustainability field trips to come in the future! 

Don't see a presentation or field trip of interest listed? Ask us about it!

Education Officer Lyndeisha Curry brings a touch tank of invertebrates from a mangrove wetland to students at Forest Heights Academy as part of our Bahamas Awareness of Mangroves project.

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