More than 100 students with a strong interest in marine science
from high schools in Eastern Florida.
High school teams of four or five students compete in the
annual regional ocean sciences bowl. The winning team
will compete against 24 other regional champions in the
Annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl
(NOSB®) April 25-27 at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural
History’s Ocean Hall in Washington, DC. For more
information about the bowl watch our NOSB videos,
February 7, 2009 beginning at 8 a.m. Final round and
awards ceremony at 6 p.m.
MAST Academy (preliminary rounds)
3979 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, Fla.
University of Miami — Rosenstiel School of Marine and
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, Fla.
The National Ocean Sciences Bowl is a program of the Consortium
for Ocean Leadership based in Washington, DC. NOSB seeks
to interest students in the ocean sciences as a college major
and potential career. Through this educational forum, the NOSB
strives to encourage and support the next generation of marine
scientists, policy makers, teachers, explorers, researchers,
technicians, environmental advocates and informed citizens.
Approximately 2,000 students from over 300 high schools will
participate in 2009.
Confirmed high schools attending the ‘Manatee
Bayside High School — Palm Bay, FL
†G. Holmes Braddock Senior H.S. — Miami, FL
†Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior High School — Hialeah, FL
Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy — Melbourne, FL
†Marine & Oceanographic Academy — Fort Pierce, FL
†MAST Academy — Miami, FL
Miami Beach Senior High School — Miami Beach, FL
†Miami Palmetto Senior High School — Village of Pinecrest, FL
Palm Bay High School — Melbourne, FL
†Palm Beach Central High School — Wellington, FL
†South Broward High School — Hollywood, FL
†St. Lucie West Centennial High School — Port St. Lucie, FL
† 2 teams in competition