Seabass in The Classroom
Aquaculture for Students
Seabass in the Classroom is a hands-on program offered by Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute that encourages students to be practical problem solvers and increase their interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) topics.
This unique aquaculture program allows students to personally grow, feed, monitor and release seabass which inspires them to become the next generation of marine scientists that will ensure a healthier planet. Seabass in the Classroom also increases student awareness of aquaculture benefits; including sustainable food production, depleted fishery replenishment, a reduction of our country’s reliance on imported seafood and an increase in jobs that revitalize our working waterfronts
Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute provides Seabass in the Classroom to more than 1,000 students at 11 schools throughout southern California, opening their minds to career and higher education opportunities in science and the environment.