Science Serving Maryland's Coasts

Aquaculture in Action Participating Schools

Schools participating in the Aquaculture in Action program are expanding across the USA. We now have partner schools in Maryland, Hawai'i and Florida. The Maryland schools have been participating in the aquaculture of native species for raise and release programs dating back to 1998 and our partner schools in Hawai'i have recently started programs in 2016 to further enhance knowledge of native species and fish passages.


Maryland County Map

Mouse over a red dot in the map or a school's name below to identify/locate the school.

Click on a on red dot or a school's name to go to the school's website.

Fort Hill High School
Washington Middle School
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
Green Street Academy
Halstead Academy
Western School of Technology & Environmental Science
Century High School
Francis Scott Key High School
The Gateway School
Liberty High School
Manchester Valley High School
South Carroll High School
Westminster High School
Winters Mill High School
NorthBay Adventure
Northern Garrett High School
Bel Air High School
North Harford High School
Northwood High School
Poolesville High School
St. Marys County Technical Center


County/City School(s)
Baltimore City
Baltimore  Halstead Academy
St. Mary's 



Aquaculture in Action - Tools for Teaching Science

Aquaculture in Action is an educational program for K-12 science teachers developed by Maryland Sea Grant and University of Maryland Extension. For more information about this program, please contact:

Adam Frederick
Assistant Director for Education
Jackie Takacs
Southern Maryland Watershed Restoration Specialist