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.
SCHS student, Jonah Kirspel, becomes back to back state champion in the 800m.
Haydyn Ward is the Middle School State Champion in the Pole Vault.
Lottery enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year is now open for Seaside Neighborhood School and Seacoast Collegiate High School.
When it comes to choosing a school for your children, there's no decision more important than finding the perfect fit. Charter schools offer families an innovative alternative to traditional public schools, and can be the perfect fit for many families. Here are four reasons why you should consider a charter school for your family.
The Seaside School Foundation proudly reports that more than $600,000 was raised to benefit The Seaside School, Inc., through the Seaside School Race Weekend efforts. 100% of the funds raised from Race Weekend benefit the Seaside School Foundation, which supports the ongoing operational needs, endowment, and capital projects for the Seaside Neighborhood School and Seacoast Collegiate High School.
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.