Henry Sadler

Henry Sadler

4th-7th Grade Science & Marine Science
Department:

B.S. Marine Biology and Environmental Science, Eckerd College, 2017

Henry is a recent Eckerd College graduate with a B.S. in Marine Biology and a minor in Environmental Studies. He has experience in a wide range of teaching both in the classroom and out in the natural world, and strongly believes that science literacy leads to good citizenship. He is a SCUBA instructor who has hundreds of students under his belt, and an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Henry has a deep love of nature and the ocean and loves to share his passions with all those around him. As a Marine Ecology teacher at the Island School in the Bahamas, he learned just how important it is to instill a passion for science in the minds of the next generation.

In his free time Henry spearfishes and fossil dives. Over the past few years, he has found Megalodon teeth (giant extinct shark), Mammoth teeth, ancient gator and mammal bones, and much more! Originally Henry is from England but moved to St. Petersburg, Florida when he was young. His family moved again to Vermont but he loved Florida so much that he came right back and hasn’t left since!