• Classroom Lessons
 • Deep Sleep
 • Summer Sea Camp
 • Meet Us In The Wild
 • Scout Workshops
 • Teacher Professional Development
• Teacher Resources

Classroom Lessons

The New Jersey Academy for Aquatic Sciences offers a wide variety of classroom lessons on site allowing children grades preK-12 to investigate ocean-related topics, from coral reef symbiosis to the sticky tube feet of the sea star. Our programs are aligned with New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and National Science Benchmarks. (Read More)


Looking for a special program? With TrOutreach Traveling Programs our staff will bring the fun and learning of aquatics directly to your school, center, or fair...wherever you need us! Click here for more information.


Deep Sleep

The stingrays are restless. The sharks are hungry.. And we're turning out the lights!! Pack your sleeping bag, stock up on shark repellent and get ready for the greatest overnight adventure yet!!

Want to "Sleep with the Fishes" ????? Click here for Deep Sleep overnight info!!!

Sea Camp Seafari

From the majestic whales of the oceans to the great lions of the Serengeti, or from colorful coral reefs to the diverse tropical rainforests, you'll trek around the globe with the New Jersey Academy for Aquatic Sciences as each week we learn, explore and discover amazing habitats and animals that inhabit our planet.... (Read More)

Wild Field Programs

A field trip in the field! The best way to learn about the environment is to experience it first hand. Bring your students to New Jersey's most amazing classrooms -- the Pinelands, the Wetlands, the Salt Marsh, or the Beach! Meet an Academy instructor in the wild for a unique outdoor experience.(Read More)

Scout Workshops

The New Jersey Academy for Aquatic Sciences is pleased to be able to offer several workshop options for Scouts to work towards earning their badges. Come to the Aquarium to work on your badge, or let us come to your meeting and help you at your location! All workshops combine hands-on activities, live animals and biofacts..(Read More)

Teacher Professional Development

The ocean is the largest habitat on Earth. The continents carry an untold number of creatures from the smallest insects to the largest land mammals. Diverse niches, temperature extremes, varied resources and changes in pressure all create environmental challenges for these organisms. Aquatic and terrestrial animals have evolved a variety of forms and functions to survive. What does the future of global climate change hold for animals across the planet. .(Read More)