Students Grow Through Aquatic Activities in Kittery

Chelsea Hoyt, left, a student at Traip Academy in Kittery, Maine, studies the water in the Stillwater River in Orono, while attending the University of Maine's Stormwater Management program as part of an extended learning opportunity provided through the high school. Courtesy photo
Chelsea Hoyt, left, a student at Traip Academy in Kittery, Maine, studies the water in the Stillwater River in Orono, while attending the University of Maine’s Stormwater Management program as part of an extended learning opportunity provided through the high school. Courtesy photo

Seacoast Online reports on high school students from Traip Academy who spent the summer learning in Kittery, ME, involved in everything from studying oysters to learning marine law and how to drive a boat.

More a dozen Traip Academy students participated in summer expanded-learning opportunities, which connects curious students with area organizations and universities to provide more options for students to explore.

Read more about the students from Traip Academy who participated in summer expanded learning programs in Kittery, Maine.