See what students are saying about their experience at Forfar.

It was one of the greatest experiences of my life.
— Colin Scanlon, Jackson High School
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Overall, my trip to Andros was an unforgettable experience. I learned more than I could’ve imagined and saw more than I could’ve expected.
— Tim Henson, Fauquier High School
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Forfar Field Station’s interns are fun and engaging, they really enhanced my experience there!
— Edward Bossong, SUNY Oneonta
Though the sand fleas bite, Forfar will change your life!
— Ayisha Allen, Southern Adventist University
My time at Forfar Field Station was truly incredible and I will never forget the memories I made and the people I met!
— Carolina Kelley, Girls Preparatory School
My trip to Forfar really taught me how to be a committed team player while having the time of my life!
— Natalia Cuyler, The Bay School San Francisco
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Forfar exceeded my expectations and I loved it! The whole trip was very educational and captivating. It made me think about what type of job I want to pursue in life.
— Abbey Haynes, Morgan Park Academy
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Forfar is the perfect place to conquer your comfort zone and grow as a individual!
— James Farnsworth, Zane State College
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IFS gave me the opportunity to explore and appreciate a truly unique part of our planet. Every day was a new adventure. I saw plants and animals that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. The staff was amazing and the experience was educational, fun, and memorable.
— Rene Hoover, Niagara University
The IFS field study experience at the Forfar Field Station on Andros Island, The Bahamas, was a great learning experience. The field station was right on the beach, and we went on excursions to coral reefs, island blue holes, and other attractions on the island every day. As someone who is interested in doing marine science in the future, learning about coastal and island ecosystems was a helpful exposure to the field. In addition, the frequent snorkeling trips to the various spectacular reefs gave us an idea of what it would be like to have a research job in the marine sciences. Overall, I learned a lot on the trip; it is one of the reasons why I am still studying marine science today.
— Shraddha Pingali, Freshman at Boston University