Policies and Procedure

Are your products Australian Made?


Yes, our products are Made in Australia following GMP regulations and registered by Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).




What are your shipping options?


Within Australia our products are shipped free and express. You will receive this next day upon payment with tracking. International purchases are shipped currently at $29 for the first bottle and $7 thereafter. All of our vitamins are shipped express.




What is your refund policy?


We do not offer refunds based on change of mind. Should product be deemed faulty, we are happy to provide a replacement.




Do you offer wholesale?


Yes we do offer wholesale pricing for bulk quantity. Email us and let's do business!




What is your products expiry date?


Our Squalene and Propolis capsules have expiry 08/06/2023 and 28/04/2022





Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

How old do I have to be to attend Guardians of the Sea?


A rising 9th-12th grader. Adult sessions coming Fall 2020.




Who will be aboard?


Captain Amy, a maximum of 5 students, and most boat rides will also have an additional college intern, guest speaker, volunteer, or researcher.




Where do the trips depart from and return to?


Guardians of the Sea departs promptly from Skyline Marina at 9AM and returns at 5 PM.




What does a typical day look like?


Read about a sample daily schedule here.




absence and/or illness


Parents/guardians are responsible for notifying program personnel when a student will not be in attendance for the day. You can call and leave a message for registration at (703).477.7432. Students that are not well enough to follow the day’s activities will not be allowed to attend camp. This includes campers with the following symptoms: vomiting, fever, early cold, discharging eyes, stomach pain, active rash, diarrhea, sore throat and/or nausea. The Salish Sea School will not pro-rate the cost of the program if a student is absent one or more days.




behavioral guidelines


To maintain a safe and cooperative setting, The Salish Sea School has specific policies and limitations that govern our facilities, personnel, and the behavior of each participant.
Compliance with imposed limits and policies of the facility and programs is expected. Should it become necessary to correct or resolve any dangerous or disruptive behavior, personnel will follow these steps: 1. Reasoning: Verbal communication between the participant and peronnel where problems and solutions are identified. 2. Time away: Removal from specific activity which could mean an early drop-off or request to stay home for the next day. 3. Parent/guardian, student and personnel conference: Discuss the situation, group concerns and solutions. 4. Dismissal from program: If the first three steps have been taken and the issue is unresolved




participants with accomodations


The Salish Sea School is committed to providing programs and services accessible to individuals with needs for accommodations. Requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please contact Amy at (703)-477-7432 or info@thesalishseaschool.org at least 60 days before program start date to discuss how we may best accommodate your student's needs




cancellation policy


A $300 deposit is due at registration. Final payment is due 60 days before the start of the excursion, or at the time of enrollment if it is within sixty days. Cancellations between enrollment and 61 days prior to session start date are eligible for a full refund. Cancellations between 31 and 60 days prior to session start date are subject to a $150 cancellation fee. All tuition is non-refundable between 0 and 30 days prior to session start date. All cancellations must be submitted in writing and must be received in the above time frames. Participants may be able to switch between session dates providing space is available. Requests must be received 30 days prior to current session dates and will require new paperwork. Fees may apply for changes made within 30 days.




contact


If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Amy at (703)-477-7432 or info@thesalishseaschool.org.





Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

How old do I have to be to attend Guardians of the Sea?


A rising 9th-12th grader. Adult sessions coming Fall 2020.




Who will be aboard?


Captain Amy, a maximum of 5 students, and most boat rides will also have an additional college intern, guest speaker, volunteer, or researcher.




Where do the trips depart from and return to?


Guardians of the Sea departs promptly from Skyline Marina at 9AM and returns at 5 PM.




What does a typical day look like?


Read about a sample daily schedule here.




absence and/or illness


Parents/guardians are responsible for notifying program personnel when a student will not be in attendance for the day. You can call and leave a message for registration at (703).477.7432. Students that are not well enough to follow the day’s activities will not be allowed to attend camp. This includes campers with the following symptoms: vomiting, fever, early cold, discharging eyes, stomach pain, active rash, diarrhea, sore throat and/or nausea. The Salish Sea School will not pro-rate the cost of the program if a student is absent one or more days.




behavioral guidelines


To maintain a safe and cooperative setting, The Salish Sea School has specific policies and limitations that govern our facilities, personnel, and the behavior of each participant.
Compliance with imposed limits and policies of the facility and programs is expected. Should it become necessary to correct or resolve any dangerous or disruptive behavior, personnel will follow these steps: 1. Reasoning: Verbal communication between the participant and peronnel where problems and solutions are identified. 2. Time away: Removal from specific activity which could mean an early drop-off or request to stay home for the next day. 3. Parent/guardian, student and personnel conference: Discuss the situation, group concerns and solutions. 4. Dismissal from program: If the first three steps have been taken and the issue is unresolved




participants with accomodations


The Salish Sea School is committed to providing programs and services accessible to individuals with needs for accommodations. Requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please contact Amy at (703)-477-7432 or info@thesalishseaschool.org at least 60 days before program start date to discuss how we may best accommodate your student's needs




cancellation policy


A $300 deposit is due at registration. Final payment is due 60 days before the start of the excursion, or at the time of enrollment if it is within sixty days. Cancellations between enrollment and 61 days prior to session start date are eligible for a full refund. Cancellations between 31 and 60 days prior to session start date are subject to a $150 cancellation fee. All tuition is non-refundable between 0 and 30 days prior to session start date. All cancellations must be submitted in writing and must be received in the above time frames. Participants may be able to switch between session dates providing space is available. Requests must be received 30 days prior to current session dates and will require new paperwork. Fees may apply for changes made within 30 days.




contact


If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Amy at (703)-477-7432 or info@thesalishseaschool.org.