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  • Critical Thinking

    Recently, while in a discussion about how African Americans are portrayed in US history, one of our students commented that during the Third Grade Class Play, African-Americans were recognized for their efforts to oppose slavery but not for their contributions to providing freedom and liberty. Those of us who watched the production this year enjoyed the show. The students loved performing and the audience enjoyed the music and historical tidbits. Yet, when put under the lens of equity and racial justice, the production clearly leaves out the contributions of African Americans and other ethnic groups who make up the fabric of our American society.
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  • 5 Shorecrest Seniors Advance to National Merit Finalists

    by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
    Shorecrest seniors Charity Chen, Mitchell Greene, Hunter Holland, Kyle Mullins and Sylvia Smith have been named National Merit Finalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. All five students were named National Merit Semifinalists and have advanced to the next round of competition.
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  • Transform Construction Forums, Feb 20 & 21

    by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
    On Tuesday and Wednesday, February 20 and 21, Shorecrest will host two Construction Forums and Q & A sessions that will detail the future plans for transforming our lower campus beginning this summer. Current and incoming families will have the opportunity to learn more details about the upcoming project and its effects on campus, as well as have their questions answered.
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  • Independent Bay area school working to create diversity, inclusion on campus

    by: Dalia Dangerfield, Bay News 9
    An independent Bay area school has launched a new effort to recruit a more diverse population to its campus. Shorecrest Preparatory School hired a Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Roderick Fludd, who holds real-life discussions on controversial subjects with faculty, staff and students.
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