Tis the SEAson! Wondering what to get your loved ones this holiday?
Look no further! The Sea School Hoodies and T-Shirts are for sale! Swag out in our happening Sea School gear. Get comfy cozy in your new hoodie or t-shirt, represent the Sea School, and trust you're supporting a good cause! All proceeds go towards our youth programs!
Order your Sea School Hoodie or T-Shirt Today
Sea School Hoodie $40
Sizes: XL, Lg, M, Sm
Sea School Tshirt $15
Sizes: XXL, XL, Lg, M, Sm
TO ORDER email or call Sophia at [email protected] or (902) 423-7284
We have moved offices in Halifax!!
A huge shout out to the 'Sumarah Brothers' who were our landlords on Gottingen St. for the past 10 years and to 'Brigadoon' for the wonderful working partnership that inspired growth and learning for both of our organizations. If you want to come visit us or send something our way, please update your books for our new mailing address. The phone number will remain the same.
CAPTAIN TRAINEE -‐ JOB ADVERTISEMENT
Application Deadline: May 8, 2016 Paid Internship
The Nova Scotia Sea School is seeking two experienced individuals to participate in paid internships this summer with the intention of obtaining rank of Sea School Captain during the 2016 season and returning to instruct as a Captain in the 2017 season with full time work.
Ever wonder what it's like to be on a Sea School Expedition?
Are you curious if this is something for you?
What are some of the benefits from joining a Sea School Adventure? Want to learn more?
Hear from two of our feature alumni, Mady Frellick and Tristan Geizer, and their parents, what the Sea School experience has meant to them! See the attached image!
Our TOTALLY FREE day sails are happening Saturday June 6th and all of you are welcome to join us for a beautiful sail around Lunenburg! Our first sail takes place at 10:00 a.m. and another one follows at 1:30 p.m. Each sail is about 2-2.5 hours long and takes off from the Sea School's Boathouse in Lunenburg (174 Bluenose Drive NS). This is a great opportunity to see what our boat is like and ask any questions that you have. Spots can be reserved for youth by contacting Sophia at [email protected] or by phoning (902) 423-7284 otherwise it is first come first serve on the day of the of.
The Nova Scotia Sea School is looking for Captains to work at the Sea School. Click on the attached link for our Captain Trainee Job Description http://goodwork.ca/job=29883
The Sea School will be accepting applications for two trainee positions until May 12, 2015. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email [email protected], or call Heather at (902) 423-7284.
Wondering about sailing with us this summer?
Please read the following testimonial and come discover what the Sea School could mean for you!
Hey Sea Schoolers,
Join us for a FREE public film screening of "Project Wild Thing" this Wednesday, March 4th at 7pm (doors opent at 6:45pm) at the Museum of Natural History (1747 Summer Street, Halifax).
The screening is part of a growing movement of teachers, parents, individuals, and organizations who care about the need for less screen time and more nature-connected, free range, roaming and outdoor playing kids in the 21st century.
Alumni Profile - Emma Charles (age 31, started with the in 1997, at age 14)
Come out to our Lunenburg Boathouse July 27th from 12pm-6pm to help us Celebrate 20 years! Some of the festivities include: a Free Afternoon Sail, Rock Painting, BBQ, Live Music and check out the Lunenburg Wooden Boat Reunion's Fast and Furious Boat Building Competition and Race! For more information, please contact the office!
"Hi, my name is Tamara. I attended the Sea School march break camp 2014, and it was fantastic.
The day youth arrive for their first Sea School trip they become trainees in our Youth Leadership Ark. we offer youth an opportunity to build on the experience of growth, responsibility, personal and professional development that our programs provide. The leadership Ark creates a clear path for participant leadership development and we need your support.
Mindful Magazine (click link) http://www.mindful.org/mindful-voices/editors%E2%80%99-blog/an-untimely-...
"There are a lot of young people who were inspired by Zoe’s life, and I know I was. She was a great person with an amazing way of holding herself, she was strong and willing to support and help. In the cold, dark freezing night she solved our centerboard problem with calm and ease. Her light in the world touched me deeply, she taught me the points of sail so that I could fully understand it. Her peaceful communication made me feel calm, happy and at home on the boat. Her sailing knowledge and ease on the boat made me want to stay on that trip forever.
Dear Family and Friends,
The Nova Scotia Sea School would like to thank you for attending Zoe's Candle Talk gathering, sharing personal photos, email messages, and commenting on our Facebook page. We were deeply touched by the outpouring of love and support. Thank you for honoring her and capturing her spirit with such heartfelt words and your presence.
Thank you again for your support during this difficult time. If there is anything we can do to support you, as well, please let us know.
Zoë Nudell will be celebrated in many ways this week. We want to make sure you are aware of the gatherings that are happening and how you can contribute to making them full of Zoë's amazing spirit. Please help spread the word.
1) The Nova Scotia Sea School will be hosting a gathering Tuesday November 5th from 3pm - 6pm at the Pavilion on the Commons prior to the ceremony at Pier 21. All friends and family of Zoë are welcome. We will have a candle talk and silent walk to Pier 21 as part of this gathering. (finger food potluck- optional) beverages provided.
Dear Friends and Family of the Sea School,
It is with deep sadness that I let you all know our dearest friend Zoe Nudell lost her life in a serious car accident on the eve of October 30th in Hamilton Ontario.
Featured Sea School alumni, volunteer extraordinaire and Leading Crew, Zoe McIntyre offers an insider perspective at life with the Sea School. Read below!
BACK TO THE FUTURE: Surveying the Past
To mark the 100th anniversary of the hydro-graphic research vessel CSS Acadia, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in cooperation with the Nova Scotia Sea School is pleased to present a unique opportunity for people to explore 100 years of changing technology at sea, through a fun, interactive course, which will take place aboard the Sea School's restored sailing vessel, Dorothea.