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Luca Reyes
Luca Reyes

Classroom Aquatic


The School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences is dedicated to sustaining healthy marine and freshwater environments. Our faculty conduct innovative research from the organism to the ecosystem scale, and are recognized leaders in aquatic biology, sustainable fisheries management, and aquatic resource conservation.




Classroom Aquatic



The certification process is fun and easy and it all begins with us during your classroom and pool sessions. In the classroom we will learn about the underwater world and what it takes to be a safe diver. Then in the pool, we practice skills to maintain perfect buoyancy and safe diving practices.


Once you complete your classroom and pool work, your adventure isn't over yet. The final step is to complete your certification dives. We have plenty of opportunities for you to complete your certification. Just ask one of our friendly staff members and we will be happy to assist.


To apply for your classroom to have the Trout in the Classroom program during the 2022-2023 school year, download the application (PDF) and return to Sarah Chabaane through email or via mail at P.O. Box 167 Columbia, SC 29202 no later than September 3rd. Only teachers who teach in school districts in Anderson, Oconee, Pickens, Greenville, Lexington and Richland counties are eligible to participate due to the existence of trout populations in these areas.


One of the most acute impacts of dead zones is the immediate loss of aquatic life such as larva, shellfish and small fish at the bottom of the food chain. This loss ripples up the coastal food chain and can cause the death of marine animals and wading birds.


Set up your own catch and release mini aquarium for your school with the help from our expert aquarists. We believe curiosity and understanding is the first step towards caring and protecting your local marine area. This interactive workshop is aimed at improving knowledge of the animals living in your coastal waters. Discover which habitats are best for them, what they love to eat and who's king of the tank after a few weeks, all from the comforts of the classroom. It will also teach children about responsibility, and by caring for the creatures on their doorstep the children could gain a wider respect for the oceans and nature as a whole.


The RPAC Aquatic Center is home to three distinct swimming pools - leisure, class and lap and a recreation whirlpool spa. Lap swimming is available during all aquatic center hours in the six lane, 25-yard lap pool. Lap swimming may also be available in the eight lane, 25-yard class pool if scheduling allows. The leisure pool is a 2,848 square foot shallow depth pool with warmer water temperatures and interactive water features.


Rec Sports offers open swimming, aquatic programs and lessons at various times throughout each year in the RPAC Aquatic Center. In addition to our recreation pools, aquatics also hosts the leisure spa and sauna areas.


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