Posted Wednesday, November 25th, 2015
The Morris County Vocational School District will be holding an Information Session for the Academy for Environmental Science on Thursday, December 3rd. at Jefferson High School, 1010 Weldon Rd, Oak Ridge. The session is for all interested 8th grade students and their parents to learn more about this exciting new Academy.
Environmental Science is the study of interrelationships between human activities and the environment. The objective of the Academy for Environmental Science is to provide students with scientific knowledge about the natural world while at the same time exploring the environmental, economic, and social aspects of these interactions and how they influence decision – making and policy. Students will learn about human and natural systems, gain interdisciplinary knowledge about the environment and understand the impact of work in this field of study. Emphasis will be placed on field based learning and practical applications of concepts.
Upon high school graduation, students will have the foundation needed to pursue a degree in environmental studies in preparation for one of the growing numbers of environmental careers in resource management, business, non-profits, law, conservation, or education.
An eighth-grade student has until December 18th to apply to the Academy for Environmental Science. Applications are available for completion via online application at www.mcvts.org, click Admissions.
The Academies provide high school students with challenging career and technical education programs to prepare them for the rigors of college and a future career. For additional information, call the Morris County School of Technology at (973) 627-4600 ext. 277 or visit the website at www.mcvts.org.