Many of us have students who participate in athletic competition. Who has the better coaching technique, the one who says, “Great game but we made too many mistakes,” or the one who says, “Great game! I can’t wait to see you at practice tomorrow.”?
Shorecrest junior Francisco Zhang is in need of a host family. Francisco needs a bedroom, transportation to and from Shorecrest, and two meals a day (breakfast and dinner). He is taking 4 AP classes this year, so his English is strong and he likes his study time.
by: Dr. Jean Spencer-Carnes, Director of Admissions
Shorecrest is pleased to give priority consideration for applicants who are siblings of current students or alumni, or children of faculty or alumni. The deadline for sibling/faculty/legacy priority is December 1, 2016.
The Shorecrest Holiday Gift Drive is an opportunity for the community to provide for children in the foster care system. We have partnered with the Guardian ad Litem Foundation for this project. As of May 2016, there were 2,366 children in Pinellas and Pasco Counties who had been removed from their homes and were living under court supervision due to abuse or neglect.
Is your child academically talented yet still exhibits signs of attention deficit or possible learning differences? There is an impact upon not only the child but also the entire family. Our conversation will be informal and amusing as we discuss the good and bad of daily life with an academically talented child with a learning disability.