Ernest W. Seaholm High School

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

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  • School Tools  SEAHOLM PANAROMA LINK

    https://surveys.panoramaed.com/seaholm/login

     

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  • Watch   You are invited to the NSBE Speed Mentoring Event - Sunday,  March 24 1-5 PM

     Seaholm’s Black Student Union and junior National Society of Black Engineers will be hosting a speed-mentoring event on Sunday, March 24, in the Seaholm Media Center from 1:00—5:00 PM.  All are welcome to this great event that allows for Birmingham students to share ideas about STEM careers with professionals in the field.  Recommended for students grades 6—12.  Please RSVP to Leslie Martin (lmartin@birmingham.k12.mi.us) or Kyle Hall (khall@birmingham.k12.mi.us) at Seaholm by March 22.  We look forward to seeing you there!

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  • Calendar  CHARACTER EDUCATION PARENT GROUP MEETING

    Tuesday, March 26th 6:30-8:00pm in the Media Center

    Parents of All Grades Welcome

    Questions? Assistant Principal & CE Chair: January Hladki

    jhladki@birmingham.k12.mi.us

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  • Tools for School  MESSAGE FROM COUNSELING 

     The Michigan Merit Exam (MME) is a state required test for all freshmen, sophomores and juniors. 

    Freshmen will take the PSAT 9 on Tuesday April 9.

    Sophomores will take the PSAT 10 also on Tuesday April 9.

    Juniors, will complete three exams: the SAT on Tuesday April 9, the ACT WorkKeys on April 10 and the M-Step tests on April 11. 

    Students who miss any testing will be scheduled for required makeup testing later in April.

    On Tuesday April 9, juniors will report to the gym. Sophomores will report to the second floor A & B halls, and freshmen will report to the F & G halls. Class rosters will be posted in those halls. All students need to bring #2 pencils, a calculator and dress in layers. You may not bring a cell phone, smart watch, tablet or any other electronic device into testing.

    On Wednesday April 10 and Thursday April 11, the seniors, sophomores and freshmen will have a late start and the juniors will report for additional testing in the gym. More details about the schedule will be given on test days.

    Thank you!

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  • Book Sand Castle  Academic Summer School 

    View the 2019 Academic Summer School brochure, available now! 
    https://birmingham.augusoft.net/customers/birminghamps/files/2019_HS-final.pdf

    To register: www.communityed.net

    Questions: 248-203-3800

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  • Blue Ribbon Seal2018   Seaholm High School named National Blue Ribbon School

    On Monday, Oct. 1, 2018 the U.S. Department of Education announced the 2018 National Blue Ribbon Schools, which included Ernest W. Seaholm High School among its recipients. Seaholm was selected as an Exemplary High Performing School, a status given to the state’s highest performing schools as measured by state assessments and nationally normed tests.

    “Seaholm students have a strong history of high academic achievement,” said Interim Superintendent John Silveri. “The National Blue Ribbon status is a coveted recognition and speaks not only to the dedication of our staff members and students, but also to our community for their support and commitment to partnering with us in education.”

    The NBRS award affirms the hard work of educators, families and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging and engaging content. Seaholm is among 300 public schools in the country to receive this recognition.  Seaholm is one of 2 high schools in Michigan to receive the honor this year.

    “We are honored as a school community to be named a National Blue Ribbon School and to celebrate the honor with our school community,” said Principal Kyle Hall.   “Earning the NBRS award does not mean our work stops here. As a high-achieving school, we will continue to work towards our goal of educational excellence for every student.  At Seaholm, however, faculty and students work together to establish a culture and climate that extends our mission beyond academic excellence to nurture growth in character—to think with reflection, act with compassion and perform with honor both in and out of the classroom. ”  

    Up to 420 schools may be nominated each year. The Department invites National Blue Ribbon School nominations from the top education official in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the Department of Defense Education Activity and the Bureau of Indian Education. Private schools are nominated by The Council for American Private Education (CAPE).

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  • Maple Leaf  INTERESTED IN SHADOWING AT SEAHOLM?

    We invite you to schedule a shadow visit to Seaholm. Shadows are recommended for students who are NEW TO THE AREA or coming to Seaholm from a private or parochial school. We allow teachers 48 hour notice that they will be hosting a shadow student in their classroom. Please remember that this is an academic day at Seaholm and we are limited to the number of guest students allowed in the building.  If you are interested in shadowing, please call 248.203.3725 and leave message as to the grade, name of shadow, and school current attending.

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  • Apple Enews Emails

    For the past couple of years we have been using the email addresses from Power School as our source for sending enews and other important class communications electronically.  If your student graduates, advances from middle to high school, their information will get updated along with their student records.  If you “opt out”, you will not get any communications to that email address for any of your children throughout the district, even if you attempt to register to the enews system. 

    If you have "opted out" of receiving enews, please email jstephenson@birmingham.k12.mi.us indicating that you would like to be reinstated on Blackboard Connect.  Thank you!

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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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