This past week, I joined a Student Ambassador, Ceci Garcia ‘20, as she led a tour of our Middle and Upper Schools. Our guest was blown away by the high levels of engagement we all observed as we randomly entered, math, Spanish, art, technology, Medical Sciences, English and history classes. Of course, it is impressive to have a member of the senior class be able to describe the programs being offered at Shorecrest. Yet I am sure Ceci would agree, it is even more impressive to have students and teachers share their enthusiasm for the work they are doing.
The girls varsity soccer Chargers advanced to the regional semi-finals with an 8-0 victory over Bradenton Christian. They will take on Out-of-Door Academy in the Regional Semi-Finals on Friday, February 14 at 6pm on Haskell Field.
by: Stacy Alexander, Director of Alumni and Community Engagement
The Shorecrest community along with several families will be honoring Mitchell, Leslie, Hannah '16 and Ari '20 with a Circle of Light Memorial on Friday, March 13, at 5pm (prior to the Relay For Life Opening Ceremony at 6pm). The memorial will take place in the greenspace in front of Charger Commons, the future location of the Weiss Family Stage.
Shorecrest Preparatory School hosts summer programs for age 4 - grade 12 for the Tampa Bay community. Select from week-long, specialty camps and trips for a variety of ages and interests. Or sign up for day camp that spans 9 weeks of summer.
by: Elizabeth Samuelson and Beth Vivio, Co-chairs, Head of School Search Committee
Incoming Head of School Nancy Spencer will visit Shorecrest a number of times this semester before her official start date on July 1, 2020. We are pleased to host a drop in coffee to meet her on Friday, March 13 from 7:30-9am in Charger Commons.
Students have been working on gathering nonfiction information from different sources including videos, articles, and guest experts to expand their knowledge of the topics. Mrs. Weinkle invited a special guest, Shorecrest kindergarten teacher Mrs. Joanne Minke, to share some of her experiences teaching during the time when some schools were still segregated.