Senior Information

Senior Class Announcements

  • Graduation (Pending Phase 5 Status):

    • July 30, 2020. 6:30 PM.  Maple Field.  (Rain date:  July 31, 6:30 PM)
    • Seniors should arrive at 5:45 PM to line up along the walkway behind the stadium. Staff will help you line up alphabetically and socially distant.
    • Safety protocols will be in place. All students MUST wear a mask.  You will be asked questions about your health.  Your temperature will be taken.  If you are sick or have a fever, please stay home. 
    • Girls should wear flat-soled shoes. Heels on the turf is unsafe, unwise and not good for the turf either. 
    • Only students will be allowed in the stadium, except for staff and those assisting.
    • The event will be live-streamed for families to view.
    • Information about auditions to be a student speaker and selection of a faculty speaker will be released soon. Please see Mr. Wicker or Dr. Hakim for more details.

    Senior Picnic/Party

    • July 28, 2020. 6:00—10:00 PM
    • RSVP at this link; Senior Picnic Reservation
    • Funds from the senior breakfast and picnic will be used for this event. Other funds and items from the senior ANP may also be used.  More information will be sent regarding the details.
    • Safety protocols will be in place. All students MUST wear a mask.  You will be asked questions about your health.  Your temperature will be taken.  If you are sick or have a fever, please stay home. 
    • Dress in comfortable clothes with flat-soled shoes.
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  • A Message to Our Seniors

    The Senior Awards Night presentation on Thursday, May 28 at 7:00 PM AND for the Graduation Recognition Day Video at 1:00 PM on Sunday, May 31, 2020 can be viewed at this link, Congratulations to our Seniors!

    Enjoy this video of the Seaholm staff delivering Senior bags to the Class of 2020!

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  • Letter of Congratulations from Congresswoman Haley Stevens

    Please view a letter of congratulations to the Class of 2020 from Seaholm Alumni Congresswoman Haley Stevens!

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  • Class of 2020 College-Bound Athletes

    Ten members of the Seaholm class of 2020 have chosen to continue their playing careers at the next level.  Congratulations to these dedicated student-athletes.  Biographies and details on each student are here.

    • Will Bournias - Football at Albion College
    • Scott Clippert - Baseball at Albion College
    • James DeWald - Football at Western Michigan University
    • Nick Lamb - Lacrosse at U of D Mercy
    • Carly Mixon - Track & Field at University of North Carolina Wilmington
    • Sydney Pickell - Golf at Kalamazoo College
    • Sathya Siddapureddy - Football at Pomona College
    • Chaz Strecker - Football at Kalamazoo College
    • Spencer Whittington - Golf at Hope College
    • Mark Wischmeyer - Soccer at Otterbein University
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  • Digital Senior College Map

    Near or far, follow this link to find out where your fellow graduates will be attending school in the fall.

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  • Senior Transition Program 2020

    Click the program title to access

    Mental Health in College (Ms. Festian/Mrs. Wilson)

    Wednesday, May 27th at 11:00 a.m.

    College and Personal Finance (Mr. Wicker/Ms. Rogers)

    Wednesday, May 27th at 1:00 p.m.

    Sex and Relationships After High School (Ms. Moten/Mr. Romano)

    Wednesday, May 27th at 3:00 p.m.

    Seaholm Alumni Panel (Ana Davis, Sarah Thome, Mykela Rawls, Paul Jokisch, Will McBride, Nick Winkler)

    Wednesday, May 27th at 6:00 p.m.

    All sessions will be recorded and posted for viewing at a later date.

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  • Before You Leave

    Each year, the BEF works with the Communications and Family Engagement department to collect the information of graduating seniors. This year, rather than the small card that we usually ask the students to fill out, we’re asking that each senior share their contact information through the Google Form, at the link;

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  • Virtual Senior Art Show

    The Senior Class of 2020 has many talented and hardworking art students. They have worked over the last four years, finding passion and developing their artistic voice.

    View the first-ever Virtual Senior Art Show on May 19, celebrating the work, creativity and vision of these dynamic students, who will be moving on to their next exciting adventures. Congratulations, Class of 2020!

    Paint Bottles

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  • Senior Spotlight

    Birmingham Public Schools will begin to honor our seniors with a daily Senior Spotlight post on the BPS Facebook page. Use this Google Form to sign up and attach a photo. We are excited to virtually celebrate your senior!

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  • Cap & Gown Puchase

    If you have not purchased a cap and gown and would like to, please go to, click on graduation supplies, type in Seaholm High School and scroll down to Cap-Gown-Tassel Unit.  All caps and gowns ordered from today forward will be mailed directly to your house.  Previously purchased caps and gowns will be hand delivered to your home on May 21 by a group of admin and faculty. 

    If you need financial assistance to purchase this item, please contact Mrs. Hall at  

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  • Food Sign

    Cafeteria Account Refunds

    Seniors wishing to close out balances on their food service account should send an email to Pattie Guck at with subject as "Graduated". She will submit a remittance request to the finance department for a refund check. Please make sure that your home address is correct in PowerSchool for mailing purposes.  


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  • College Information

    New! College Admission Status Update 2.0 provided by National Association for College Admission Counseling 

    NACAC's College Admission Status Update 2.0 compiles information from institutions worldwide about changes to college admission and related policies due to the coronavirus crisis. A second round of questions was recently added to provide information regarding colleges' decisions about high school transcripts, standardized test scores, deposit dates, fall tuition, registration plans, and more.

    Enrollment Deposit

    The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) is now offering a waiver for students who may be unable to pay their enrollment deposit to secure their spot at the one college they wish to matriculate. Please reach out to your student’s counselor if you need assistance with the college enrollment deposit.
    Link to Waiver

    With over 4,000 post-secondary institutions, it is difficult to keep track of the changes in college admissions. For the most recent information, please visit the college/university’s admission page or go to NACAC’s site. NACAC’s College Admission Status Update is a central resource of information about changes in college admission as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Admission during COVID19.

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