The Box Tops for Education program has now gone digital! All you need to do is download the Box Tops for Education app, search for Shorecrest (easiest way to is search by zip code – 33703), and scan in your receipt that contains qualifying Box Tops products within 14 days of purchase.
Do you want to know more about the award-winning Chargers Sailing Program? Join Kelli Kerns in the Janet Root Theatre on Wednesday, August 28, at 6pm for an informational meeting for interested students in grades 8-12.
by: Lily Schneider '19 and Stacy Alexander, Director of Alumni and Community Engagement
Mitch Marois '10, the Outstanding Senior in his class, will return to speak to the Class of 2020 at their Commencement this May. As he prepares for his return he shares some advice beforehand: “At the end of the day, being a good person and a good friend matters more than any test scores or acceptance letters you get. Give 100% of yourself not only to your work, but also to your relationships.” We caught up with Mitch this summer for an alumni spotlight.
The Shorecrest Community Association invites Shorecrest parents/guardians and faculty/staff to a casual, social evening of light hors d'oeuvres and drinks at FarmTable Cucina above Locale Market at 179 2nd Ave N, downtown St. Pete.
Please join us on Saturday, August 31, from 5-8pm. Cash bar after 8pm.
The first SCA meeting of the year will be on Monday, September 9, in Charger Commons. Join us from 8:30-9:30am and learn more about safety and security on campus. Hear from Shorecrest representatives and learn about the new Visitor Management System and our CIS officers.
by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing & Communications
The Tampa Bay Area's only HBCU College Fair has expanded into a three-day event series from September 12-15 themed HBCU College Fair Reunion Weekend. The weekend culminates with the third annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) College Fair from 1-4pm on Sunday, September 15, at Shorecrest Preparatory School in St. Petersburg.
by: Roderick Avery Fludd, Director of Diversity & Inclusion
As some of you may know, Shorecrest Preparatory School’s Administrative Leadership Team is entering its third year of an Administrative Team SEED group. We are excited to offer a Parent/Guardian SEED program for this year and hope you will join us.
Upper School History Teacher Mr. Heller, Upper School Band Director Mr. Updike, and Upper School Visual Arts Chair Mrs. Gaglio are pleased to announce next year's summer travel experience to Greece: June 11-22, 2020.
As our school grows, we understand parking spaces are at a premium. New visitor spots have been added along the median in front of Charger Commons. When there is an event on campus and a large group is expected, the softball field (the grass across the street from Charger Commons) is used as an event parking lot.
The dots the colors of traffic lights that appear on SAGE menus are part of SAGE's nutrition education program called Spotlight. It helps educate students about which foods are the most nutrient dense.