Seaside School is one of the first and now the oldest operating public charter school in Florida serving students in 5th through 12th grades and comprised of Seaside Neighborhood School in Seaside, FL and Seacoast Collegiate High School located at the nearby South Walton campus of Northwest Florida State College. We pride ourselves in offering our students a tuition-free intimate learning experience typically found in private education with learning opportunities beyond the classroom including the opportunity to to earn college credit hours and an AA degree completely free.
We are the #1 Combination Public Charter School in Florida.
Our robust academic program includes unique opportunities and experiences beyond the classroom.
Our students can earn college credit hours from Northwest Florida State College.
Our students take part in unique experiences not typically found at other schools.
Our athletic program strives to assist each student reach their athletic potential.
Our counseling team advocates to enhance equity and the development of every student.
Our students are provided pathways that prepare them for college or a career in their field of interest.
"Students at Seaside are treated as more than just a student. They are treated as part of a community and individual attention is given to my child. The teachers and administration truly know her - her personality, her strengths and weaknesses, and they know how to cultivate both of those. When my daughter comes to school she enjoys it and always feels like her day went well and that she excelled and thrived in her learning environment."
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently announced that the first batch of 4,500 teachers has successfully completed the Civics Seal of Excellence endorsement course including Chris Ward, Drew Ward, and Leslie Kilpatrick.
In this inspiring blog post, we explore the remarkable journey of Cecelia Canut, a young and passionate advocate for cultivating a flourishing downtown in DeFuniak Springs. As an alumna of Seacoast Collegiate High School, Cecelia's academic achievements and community engagement set the stage for her current role as the director of Main Street DeFuniak Springs. With a degree in Marketing and Advertising from Flagler College, Cecelia brings a wealth of experience in event planning, fundraising, and sponsorships to the table. Her vision for the future includes exciting projects such as Oktoberfest, Wine Walks, and expanding the Farmers Market, all aimed at enriching the downtown experience. Emphasizing community involvement and engagement, Cecelia envisions a Downtown DeFuniak Springs that thrives through the collective efforts of its residents and visitors alike.
General school supply list for Seacoast Collegiate High School for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year.
Dr. Thomas Miller has been selected as the new Executive Director of The Seaside School, Inc.
Class-specific supply lists for Seaside Neighborhood School are now available for the 2023-2024 school year.
The Board of Directors approved a salary scale that is the highest in the region. Our teachers received an overall average of 7.7% increase for the upcoming school year. We are also searching for three new high school teachers.
Haydyn Ward is the Middle School State Champion in the Pole Vault.
SCHS student, Jonah Kirspel, becomes back to back state champion in the 800m.
Seacoast Collegiate High School presented Our Eye-Opening Perspectives this week - an exhibition of student art curated by art educator Robyn Wallace and funded by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County.
The Seaside School, Inc., Florida’s oldest continuously operated public charter school and #1 combination public charter school in the state of Florida, announced today the launch of the Seacoast Collegiate High School (SCHS) Expansion Project in partnership with Northwest Florida State College (NWFSC). This multi-million dollar expansion project will further expand the partnership between SCHS and NWFSC by providing a permanent home for SCHS at the South Walton Campus of NWFSC as well as developing a high school dual enrollment center for all students in Walton County. In addition, the new facility will include “The Accelerator” which will offer training, mentoring, and collaboration to new area businesses and entrepreneurs.