Aquaculture in the classroom New website being developed for aquaculture in education.
Arizona aquaculture education poster Power Point Poster file.
Calipatria High School, California
Aquaculture curriculum - Arizona Student Reference Aquaculture and Fisheries Management
Rules for state aquaculture competitions Career Development Events at FFA Field Day
Workshop for teachers of aquaculture June 1998 In-service for teachers interested in aquaculture and hydroponics
Trinidad State Junior College, Alamosa, Colorado
Hillsborough Community College, Tampa Florida
Liverpool High School, New York
Australian Aquaculture at TAFE TAFE is an education program with an aquaculture curriculum. 

Amphi High 125 West Yavapai Rd., Tucson, AZ 85705 Jose Bernal 520-696-5432 or
Antelope High Wellton, AZ  vice: Perey 520-785-3344
Calipatria High 687 State Street, El Centro, CA 92243
Ph (760) 482-2600 Fax (760) 482-2750
Camp Verde High Camp Verde, AZ Mike Smith
Chandler High 350 N. Arizona Ave, 
Chandler, AZ  85224
Matt Lewis
Jake Dillard
Chino Valley High P.O. Box 225, Chino Valley, AZ 86323 Jeramy Plumb
Desert Mountain High 12575 E. Via Linda Scottsdale, AZ 85259 480-484-7000
Douglas High 1550 E. 15th Street Douglas, AZ 85607 520-364-3462
Florence High School 1000 S. Main Street Florence, AZ 85232 Monte Smithson
office (520) 866-3560 (520)868-0500
Flowing Wells High 3725 N. Flowing Wells Rd., Tucson, AZ 85705 Curt Bertelsen
Aaron Ball
Fort Thomas High P.O. Box 28, Fort Thomas, AZ 85536  Chris Kelliher 928-485-2427
Gila River Indian Schools Gila River Watershed Coalition Joyce Baldwin
Gilbert High 140 S. Gilbert Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85234 Doug Daley, 
Dennis Bushong,
Ken Johnson
Kingman High 400 Grandview Ave. S. Campus, Kingman, AZ 86401 Sean Wright
Marana High Marana, AZ
Stacia Ely 510-616-6447 or
Maricopa High 45012 W. Honeycutt Ave., Maricopa, AZ 85239 Bart Romero
Mesquite High
Millenium High 14802 W. Wigwam Blvd. Goodyear, AZ
Leslie Huskey 623-932-7215 ext. 7215
Mountain View 2700 E. Brown Road
Mesa, AZ  85203-5399
Bobbi Bolt 480-472-7100
Paradise Valley High 3950 E. Bell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85032 April White
Payson High P.O. Box, 919, Payson, AZ 85547 Wendell Stevens 502-472-5734
Parker High P.O. Box 1090, Parker, AZ 85344  Mike Larson 928-669-2202 x 1095
Rio Rico High 1220 Camino Lito Galindo, Rio Rico,  AZ  85648  Adelaida McLaughlin
Round Valley High P.O. Box 610, Springerville, AZ 85938  (vice Erwin)
Safford High 734 11th St., Safford, AZ 85546 Lance Fite
Santa Rita High 3951 South Pantano Rd. Tucson, AZ 85730
Westwood High, 945 W. Eighth Street, Mesa, AZ 85201 Allen Rhoadarmer, 
Nathan Moore
Willcox High 240 North Bisbee, Willcox, AZ 85643 Dean Wilkins


The Uof A has conducted four summer workshops to assist the development of aquaculture education in Arizona high schools. These courses have been well attended and several of these high school programs have been in operation for several years already.

See AED 597e for the agenda and for photos

Pat Henne from the Ag Education Department of the U of A, developed Aquaculture curriculum - Arizona Student Reference Aquaculture and Fisheries Management a new curriculum guide for aquaculture and fisheries science. This teaching guide has been well received by the teachers around the state. Additional copies are available from the Department of Ag Education at the University of Arizona.


The University hosts an Annual Aquaculture Career Development competition. High school aquaculture teams compete in several events designed to test their practical skills and knowledge of aquaculture. Photos. The winning individuals and teams are honored at the CDE final event. A national competition is being organized.
Congrats to 2008 Winners Team - Flagstaff High School and Individual - Raul Morales, Paradise Valley

A special congratulations to Estrella Mountain High Students
Kevin Mercado
Jaylee Miles
Carla Standing Elk
Their project won the fourth place award at the International Science Fair. Their project designing an incubation system for Tilapia eggs and fry has already been instituted at the commercial farm on the reservation. The project won in competition with 1,067 participants from 41 countries. The students also presented their work at the Arizona Aquaculture Field Day. 

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Last update: April 8, 2009

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