Carrollwood Day School received a Certificate of Appreciation on Thursday, October 20, 2016, from the Environmental Protection Commission for their innovative athletic field design. The CDS final site plan minimized wetland impacts by combining their athletic needs into one location and a Conservation Easement to SWFWMD will be recorded for 20.53 acres of nearby property to remain preserved in perpetuity. The Environmental Protection Commission applauds CDS for their commitment to the environment, as well as to education. Carrollwood Day School is very proud and thankful for this certificate.
Environmental Education Emphasizes Human Interactions
Canterbury School of Florida’s Marine Studies program is school-wide, and focuses on all aspects of marine science and environmental education. It’s designed to enhance the traditional science curriculum and emphasizes human interactions with the ocean environment through community service efforts, field trips, research cruises, and habitat restoration projects. Last fall, their PreK-12 students participated in […]
The Canterbury School of Florida
We have shared our environmental strategy and its link with our business model with all of our students. We presented the cost benefits of our environmental leadership to our students and demonstrated how it is possible to blend operational efficiency with environmental excellence.
St. Catherine’s School
Green Acres School Certified as a Maryland Green School
On April 30, the Maryland Association of Environmental and Outdoor Education (MAEOE) announced Green Acres School’s certification as a 2015 Maryland Green School. The award is the culmination of two years of demonstrating and documenting a continuous effort to integrate sustainable environmental management practices, environmental education curriculum, professional development opportunities, and community engagement into the […]
Green Acres School