Ernest W. Seaholm High School

Think with reflection. Act with compassion. Perform with honor.

Announcements

  • Messages from Administration

    June 12: End of year message from Principal Hall; Year In Review

    June 12:Central Leadership Team, An Eye on the Fall

    June 3: EAC message, BPS Message of Community Support

    June 3: Message from Principal Hall, Response to Recent Events

    May 29: Administrative message; Senior events for this weekend

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  • Summer Reading Assignments

    Student reading assignments are posted on the English Department Webpage, happy reading!

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  • Year End Items

    1. If your student had materials left in their PE/Gym locker, those items have been bagged and can be picked up outside the main entrance on Wednesday June 17, between 12-3pm. Unlike school lockers, PE lockers were not assigned, so no names are attached to the bags.
    2. Regular student locker clean-out has also been completed, and students that received an email about personal belongings can pick those up on Wednesday, June 17, between 12-3pm. If you were not notified with an email message you do NOT to attend.
    3. Yearbook pickup will be Wednesday June 17 from 9 am -3 pm at the pool doors. This event will be staffed by parent volunteers and we need your help! Please contact PTA President Wendy Halsted Beard, wendy@halstedgallery.com if you would like to help with this event.
    4. Senior book/laptop return will be Thursday June 18th & Friday June 19th from 11-3pm at the pool doors. Students, or parents, should exit their cars and place the materials on the flatbed cart. The items will be scanned in and seniors will be alerted if they have items missing.
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  • Undergraduate Honors Presentation

    A special virtual/digital Undergraduate Honors Presentation aired at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, June 10th.  To view the program, simply click on the link provided here:  www.youtube.com/birminghamps

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  • Work Permits

    Work permits for student summer employment can be accessed below, or on the homepage of Seaholm’s website. Use the form that is age appropriate. Make sure to use a black ink pen to complete the top section, and then take it to the employer to complete the middle portion. The last step is to contact Joan Crampton at the EAC on the Groves Campus for final approval. 

    Work permit for student under the age of 16 years

    Work permit for student age 16 and 17 years

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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.

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  • Summer Resources

    This link will take you to community resources and supports during the summer months. Options include social and emotional support, family engagement, food pantry resources, and internet "hot spot" locations.

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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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  • BPS Online

    Please refer to the following link for information regarding online learning through Birmingham Public Schools for the remainder of the school year, BPS Online: A Family Guide to Temporary Online Learning

    Laptop

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  • SOS Venmo Code

    SOS QR CODE- Please scan the code with your phone camera for a direct link to the official SOS Venmo account. Thank you in advance for any contribution you can provide to support Seaholm families during this high-needs time. 

    Seaholm Offers Support (SOS) is a service organization founded by BPS community member, Lisa Corey, and supports members of the Birmingham Public Schools community. SOS provides volunteer services and limited financial support to families within the community who experience temporary need. Seaholm parents and students work together with the goal of building a stronger community through acts of kindness. SOS was established in 2008 and over more than 10 years the organization has been able to fund and support a vast array of community needs. For more information, please visit the following link: Seaholm Offers Support (SOS) Informational Link

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  • Food Service Updates During School Closure

    There has been a change in how BPS is delivering meals for families during this time of crisis.  Please click here for more information which summarizes the following information regarding the change:

    Free breakfast and lunch are available for pick up on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Each child will get multiple days of meals. This is happening to help everyone stay safe and stay home.

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  • #BPSConnectED

    We are rolling out a new hashtag for social media to keep our community connected during these challenging times. #BPSConnectED can be used when sharing how our community is connecting virtually!

    #BPSConnectED

     

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Seaholm in the News

Welcome

  • Welcome to Seaholm High School, a vibrant and exciting place to learn and a place where our students know they are part of our family. We take great pride in our high expectations for achievement, our acceptance of differing perspectives and our feeling of community. Our staff encourages students to take risks and to find their passion during their time at Seaholm. 

    Seaholm prides itself not only on offering you a longstanding tradition of academic excellence but also on providing you with a multitude of opportunities for engagement in the arts, athletics, or managing a retail outfitter on campus, our curriculum extends well beyond the classroom walls.

    We are proud of our dedicated efforts that reflect strong partnerships among students, staff, parents and community.  Helping individuals and organizations in need is one of life's lessons that you will find is a hallmark of Seaholm's commitment to generosity, compassion and service.

    So, again, welcome to school and make yourself at home. We are excited about the opportunity to enrich your lives academically, athletically, artistically, and socially. 

    We look forward to your becoming members of our learning community.


     Warmly,

    Kyle Hall

    Principal

     

     
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