The Island School

Company:
The Island School
Address:
Cape Eleuthera
Town:
Cape Eleuthera
P.O. Box:
Island:
Eleuthera, Bahamas
Phone
242-334-8551
Website:
http://www.islandschool.org/

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The Island School is a mind, body, and spirit journey that takes students away from traditional high school curriculum and forces them to confront authentic challenges.

Classes are designed to allow first-hand engagement with the people and environment of The Bahamas.

English, math, environmental art, history, and marine ecology are offered, and each course focuses on the application of knowledge to real-world problems. SCUBA diving, island exploration, and two short kayaking expeditions complement daily morning exercise, science research projects, and campus work that encourages each student to develop leadership and teamwork skills.

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About the Island School
The Island School is a mind, body, and spirit journey that takes students away from traditional high school curriculum and forces them to confront authentic challenges. Classes are designed to allow first-hand engagement with the people and environment of The Bahamas. SCUBA diving, island exploration, and two short kayaking expeditions complement daily morning exercise, science research projects, and campus work that encourages each student to develop leadership and teamwork skills. Dive In and Experience The Island School!


About the Deep Creek Middle School
The Deep Creek Middle School (DCMS) is an independent school for Bahamian students in grades seven through nine. Deep Creek Middle School is the only private middle school in The Bahamas. The mission of the school is “teaching the future leaders of The Bahamas.” Deep Creek Middle School works collaboratively with The Island School and Cape Eleuthera Institute.


About The Cape Eleuthera Institute
The Cape Eleuthera Institute is a facility that promotes a connection between people and the environment. CEI’s scope of work includes visiting educational programs/field courses for students in primary through graduate school; modeling green technologies that promote self-sufficiency; performing research and collaborating with outside scientists/organizations in areas related to tropical ecology and sustainability; building local capacity through education and training programs; and by hosting conferences.

Positions Now Open for a Full-Time Math Teacher and Summer Term Lead Instructor.
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