Booking for field trips in the fall will open in July 2023. For more information, please call (407) 571-8856.
How do I apply for the summer internship program?
The AS2I program recruits interns from the Spring Internship Expo hosted by Seminole County Public Schools ePathways program. Rising juniors and/or seniors are encouraged to attend the event where students can talk with AS2I staff and submit their resume.
How do I apply for the AS2I Ansara Scholarship?
Graduating SCPS seniors who have participated in the AS2I program either through a fieldtrip or an AS2I summer internship are eligible to apply. They must be interested in pursuing a S.T.E.M. education at a public or private Florida university. Full details are on the Scholarship page.
How do I apply for the Blue School Grant Program?
The St. John’s River Water Management District (SJRWMD) has provided an incredible opportunity to Seminole County Public middle and high school teachers. They have $20,000 in grant money available (up to $2,000 per teacher, per school) to award to teachers to enhance student knowledge of Florida’s water resources. For more information, visit the SJRWMD Blue School Program webpage.
Where can I find the teacher tool kit?
Click the Teacher Tool Kit button below for a downloadable PDF. Teachers are encouraged to read through the kit. It offers suggestions, requirements and pertinent information to guide teachers as they prepare their chaperones and students for the trip.
Can my student attend a fieldtrip if he or she is home schooled or attending a private school?
Unfortunately, the AS2I in partnership with Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) is exclusively offered to SCPS middle school and high school students. Lake Lotus Park is open to the public Thursday through Sunday where outside groups of SCPS are encouraged to enjoy the park.
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