Announcements

  • Joiin us from 4 to 8pm for Spirit Night at the Chick-fila in Miramar Beach, portion of proceeds go to the 8th grade trip.

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  • School Lottery Now Open

    Applications are now being accepted for 2019-2020 school year at Seaside Neighborhood School and Seacoast Collegiate High School.  For more information, click here.  Applications must be submitted by 5:00pm (CST) on March 31, 2019.  If you have any questions, please email lotteryinfo@seasideschools.net.

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  • Tickets Now Available

    1st Annual Sand & Starlight Supper Club will be held on Friday, March 29th, 2019 at Bud & Alley's.  Don't miss out on this exciting event benefiting the Seaside Schools! Ticket are now on sale. Click here for tickets.

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  • Losing a week of instruction time due to Hurricane Michael has put a strain on our teachers' efforts to teach all required materials.  In order to support the students in their learning, SCHS will change their instructional hours -- start time will now be 7:30 am and end time will be 2:30 pm.  Bus schedule will not be affected.  This change will go into effect with the second semester beginning Jan 7, 2019. 

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  • With the revised hours at Seacoast, the shuttle from Seacoast to Seaside each morning will now depart at 7:10 am. All other bus schedules remain unaffected. 

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  • Seaside Neighborhood School is the first school implementing Emeril’s Culinary Garden & Teaching Kitchen program, a partnership between the Emeril Lagasse Foundation and GoodCook. Read more HERE.

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  • A team of middle school students from Seaside Neighborhood School and a team of high school students from Seacoast Collegiate High School ventured to the University of West Florida in Pensacola on Oct. 28 to compete for the Emerald Coast Hub in the 11th annual BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Robotics Competition

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  • Five teachers from Seaside Neighborhood School have been named “Florida High Impact Teachers” by the Florida Department of Education.  FDOE analyzed student performance on statewide standardized assessments and found that the following teachers had an impact on student learning growth that is among the most positive in the entire state.  SNS and FDOE is proud to recognize: Taylor Griffith, Sharon Martin, Dana Akridge, Sandra Goulding, Charlotte Sause and Joy Robbins.  Congratulations!!!

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  •  Check out this week's Seaside Neighborhood School Shark Bites Newsletter (Week of 10/1/2018)

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