2022

  • Honoring and Thanking Veterans

    by Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Shorecrest students wrote 95 letters of gratitude that were given to Honor Flight Veterans.
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  • Successful Beach Clean Up

    by Kathryn Jeakle, Eighth Grade Marine Science Teacher
    Roughly 70 participants joined Shorecrest & Clean Coast Initiative on the sand of Upham Beach for an educational Beach Clean Up on Saturday, April 23. Over 71 pounds of trash was collected - most of it was cigarette butts and very tiny pieces of plastic.
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  • Healthy Living in Kindergarten

    by Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Kindergarteners learned that every person has the right to basic needs– healthy food, clean water, a safe home, and an education. They learned how their choices affect their personal wellness and their community.
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  • Human Rights Club Diaper Drive Success

    by Heather Elouej, Upper School English Teacher
    The Shorecrest Upper School Human Rights Club recently sponsored a Diaper Drive with the goal of collecting 1,000 diapers in one week for Babycycle, and the drive ended up yielding an impressive 1,761 diapers!
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  • Toiletries Donation Drive for VA Hospital

    by Jaina Swann '22
    The Red, White and Blue Club is holding a toiletries donation drive for the Bay Pines VA Hospital. Collection bins will be in advisories April 26 - May 6. The advisory that brings the most items will get a donut/breakfast party.
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  • Service Week 2022

    by Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Shorecrest Upper School students were excited that Service Week 2022 once again allowed them to get out into communities - locally and nationally - and help in a hands-on fashion.
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  • Project Linus

    by Jessica Thorn, Interact Faculty Advisor
    Thank you to everyone in the Shorecrest community who supported the Upper School Interact Club's car wash in the fall. The funds were used to purchase supplies for making blankets for Project Linus, an organization that donates blankets to children in local hospitals. 
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  • Charger Named Finalist for TIME Kid of the Year

    by Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Shorecrest fourth grader Miles F. was named a TIME Kid of the Year Finalist! Through his company, created “Kids Saving Oceans,” he sells merchandise made from plastic that was reclaimed from the ocean and recycled. His online shop has generated over $23,000 in donations to ocean conservation organizations. 
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  • MLK Dream Big Parade - Thank You! 

    by Roderick Avery Fludd, Director of Diversity and Inclusion
    Back at Shorecrest on the day after the 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dream BIG Parade, I reflected on how meaningful it was for our school community to not only attend the parade, but also to serve our greater community.
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  • Maëlle’s Service Project 

    by Claire Horton, Fourth Grade Teacher
    Maëlle G. used parts from some old furniture from home to make a cabinet and filled it with masks and small hand sanitizer bottles. She donated the box to a food pantry before winter break (Beacon of Hope in Clearwater).
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  • Shorecrest Students Support Clothes to Kids: Gently Used Clothing Collection

    by Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
    After Winter Break, Shorecrest students will collect, organize, and transport donations to Clothes to Kids.
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Shorecrest Preparatory School is a private, non-sectarian, coeducational, college preparatory day school for students preschool through high school, located in St. Petersburg, Florida.