Hands-on learning is vital for students to fully understand the concepts we teach in the classroom.

Lori White, Superintendent of Schools

Exploration Types

In-School Explorations

In-school explorations will come to you on campus (whether in the gym, classroom or on the playground), so they won’t require any travel time.

In-School Explorations

In-school explorations incorporate the culture, arts and science of Sarasota into the classroom. In-school explorations will come to you on campus (whether in the gym, classroom or on the playground), so they won’t require any travel time.


In-School Performances

In-school performances include plays, shows and nontraditional learning experiences acted and/or created by professional performers, as well as performances put on by your students themselves with help from local theatres, dance schools and artists. These take place on your school’s campus.


Off-Campus Field Trips

Travel to parks, museums, labs and more on these off-campus field trips which offer lessons in a wide variety of subjects including the arts, history, wildlife, ecology and marine biology to name a few.


Off-Campus Performances

Your class can attend live readings, concerts, theatre and dance performances during off-campus performance field trips which are held at renowned venues including the Van Wezel and the Asolo Theatre.


Online Virtual Conferences & Performances

Online virtual conferences and performances allow classes to explore the world, or even time travel, all while staying in the comfort of the classroom. Virtual conferences and performances include book readings, marine life explorations, a dive into the history of downtown Venice and eco-friendly video games.


Professional Visit to Class

Professional visits to class are in-class features brought to you by the best in the field: You can learn about art, culture, history or science without having to leave the classroom!


Teaching Artist Residency

Teaching artist residencies bring entrepreneurial writers, painters, dancers, math fanatics and others into the classroom to help shape students with the knowledge of their specific expertise.

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