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  • Reflection and Celebration

    As we conclude the 2022-2023 school year, there are so many moments that stand out. It has been a year of looking back at 100 years of our school's past while also looking forward to imagine the Shorecrest of the future. This has been a week of transition, traditions and rituals.
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  • When / Where to Find 2023-2024 School Year Info 

    by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
    When / Where to find details on school supplies, iPad devices, class lists and more!
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  • Announcing the Director of the Ross Roeder Institute (RRI) 

    by: Nancy L. Spencer, Head of School
    Following a nationwide search, Shorecrest is pleased to announce that Earl Walton will join the School as its the first-ever Director of the Ross Roeder Institute for Economics, Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship (RRI). A seasoned entrepreneur, business leader, and educator, Earl brings a wealth of experience, passion and drive to launch the RRI at Shorecrest.
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  • Commencement of the Class of 2023

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    On Saturday, May 20, members of the Shorecrest Preparatory School centennial Class of 2023 received their diplomas in the Janet Root Theatre. Among the graduating class of 91 were 10 students recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. including two who received National Merit College-Sponsored Scholarships, 5 NCAA committed student-athletes, and Thespians acknowledged by the Broadway Star of the Future Awards! Nine Chargers were recognized as STEAM Scholars and 3 as Global Scholars. Collectively the Class of 2023 had an average GPA of 3.9.
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  • Class of 2023 College Choices, Stats

    by: Myra Simpson, Director of College Counseling 
    It's wonderful to have admission offers from multiple colleges as students plan exciting paths ahead. While they may have chosen not to attend some of these institutions for a variety of reasons, they are achievements worth recognizing and celebrating. Visit www.shorecrest.org/2023 for the full matriculation list and more Class of 2023 data.
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  • Chargers Track and Field at Florida State Meet

    by: Coach Cameron
    Select Varsity Track and Field Chargers competed at the Florida State Meet. The Chargers won their first state title of the day when back-to-back state champion Sonoma Kasica '24 set a mark of 44.78 in the javelin. That throw made her the first athlete to win three state titles in three different years. The second title came when Ahmad Crumity '25 won the triple jump title on his very last jump (13.62m). The girls placed 21st, the boys placed 15th.
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  • Students Complete New Trail for Native Classroom

    by: Ryan F. '27
    On May 20, Life Scout Ryan F. '27 completed his Eagle Scout Project in Shorecrest's Native Classroom
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  • SPOTLIGHT ON: Camp Family, 1923 Society Celebration Sponsors

    by: Olivia Segalman, Associate Director of Advancement for Community Engagement and Events
    Shorecrest’s Mission is augmented by the generosity of those who support the school philanthropically or by effecting change locally, globally or right here at Shorecrest. We are pleased to spotlight Jenny and Ryan Camp who are Lower School parents, owners of Harrington Air Conditioning, and this year’s sponsors of the 1923 Society Celebration.
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  • UPPER SCHOOL 2023 AWARDS, VALEDICTORIAN ANNOUNCED

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Upper School students, families, faculty, staff and honored guests gathered to recognize academic achievements and beyond in the Janet Root Theatre on May 19, 2023. Congratulations to all of our students for a very successful school year!
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  • Shorecrest + the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship

    by: Alvanita Hope, Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid
    Shorecrest currently accepts a limited number of Florida Tax Credit Scholarships, primarily for students who also qualify for financial aid at Shorecrest. For the 2023-2024 school year, we have already reached the maximum amount of state funding that we accept.
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  • 2023 Broadway Star of the Future Award Recipients

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Shorecrest Performing Arts productions of the play "Lord of the Pies" and the musical "Mamma Mia!" were reviewed as part of the Broadway Star of the Future program presented by the David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts.
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