Seaside Schools

One of Florida's First & Oldest, Public Charter Schools

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  • Phase 3 Reopening Clarifications

    On September 25, 2020, Governor Ron DeSantis lifted certain pandemic-related restrictions in a move to reopen the state’s economy. The Governor said the state is now moving into Phase 3 of the Reopening Florida plan. As we move into Phase 3, the Seaside School, Inc. will see minimal changes as noted below:

    • Masks are mandatory while indoors during instructional hours and optional, but encouraged, when utilizing outdoor spaces or performing athletics as well as when outdoors.
    • Temperature checks are required upon entry at both Seacoast Collegiate High School and Seaside Neighborhood School, which follows guidelines set forth by the Walton County School District.
    • Gathering sizes are now dependent on the available space and ability to properly social distance. Masks are strongly encouraged at events where social distancing is not possible.


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  • Sponsor a Seaside School Teacher

    The Parent Support Team is eager to provide support and appreciation to our teaching staff. We are proud to continue the​ ​Sponsor a Teacher​​ program, where families have the opportunity to sponsor a teacher and their efforts to create engaging learning activities. The money donated to the class will help the teacher buy additional supplies to enrich the student's experience at school. Sponsorship is $300.00 per teacher and can be contributed from an individual family, a business or multiple families working together. We hope to have each of our teachers sponsored by ​​October 1st, 2020​​. If you would like to sponsor, please download the sponsorhip form or contact Lindsey Hoppe with any questions at ​

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  • Congratulations to Seacoast's SGA Elected Officers

    Congratulations to our Seacoast Collegiate High School 2020-2021 Student Government Association elected officers. The following students will represent the student body and work with administration to advocate for student wants and needs. All students will be contacted by Ms. Atlas with a first meeting time and location to discuss the first topic of business, which is dress code.

    Frances Bailey & Will Carter

    Vice President
    Anna Boulware & Bella Lamon

    Knoxye Grinstead

    Christian Rainer

    9th Grade Representative
    Jareny Enriquez & Bella Castenada

    10th Grade Representative
    George Bailey & Ronan Dodson

    11th Grade Representative
    Madeline Murphy

    12th Grade Representative
    Maya Drum & Tobie Cunningham

    At Large Members
    Mikaela Pierce, Ella Spence, Allie Saunders, Wallace McCarty, Ben Farnum, Marcelo Madriaga, Ella O’Brien, Maddox Keich & Elizabeth Frost

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  • Hooked on Family Engagement Webinar on November 5th

    In many schools across the country, families feel locked out of their child’s learning or unsure of how they can get involved. In this time of hybrid and virtual learning, strong partnerships with families are more important than ever. During this presentation, you will learn about the three most effective things schools and educators can do to make home-school partnerships an effective instructional strategy. Register for the November 5th webinar featuring Jenni Brasington from Scholastic Education by clicking here.

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