Ernest W. Seaholm High School


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  • “The Power of Pride: A Panel Discussion on Being LGBTQIA+”

    Featuring students, educators and parents from Berkshire, Derby, Groves, Seaholm and BCS

    Tuesday May 24 from 6:30-8pm

    BCS Library or on Zoom Webinar (Passcode: h3m632)

    This event will provide panelists with the opportunity to share their experiences and thoughts on issues relating to people in the LGBTQIA+ community in BPS and beyond. Free and open to people of all ages. Moderated by the BCS Diversity Committee.

    Unity In Diversity


Senior Art Show
Yearbook Orders
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  • Seaholm COVID Dashboard

      Sunday Monday  Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday  Weekly Total Cumulative Total
    Date 5/15/22 5/16/22 5/17/22 5/18/22 5/19/22 5/20/22 5/21/22   8/30/21 
    COVID/Isolate 4 5 0 3 2   14 261
    Quarantine 0  0  0 0  0 15


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  • Seaholm Activities Fair

    Activities Fair

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Schedule for Charity Week


  • 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 the 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.

    Enrollment information for the 2021-2022 school year is available on the district webpage. 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

Brag Board

  • Spanish Honors Society Ceremony

    On Monday, May 9th the Spanish Honors Society inducted 61 new members into their exclusive honors society, La Puerta del Sol chapter. In the wake of the pandemic, the advisor, Errin Menna and January Hladki, were thrilled to have our highest number of new inductees since the club’s inception in 2016; raising our total membership to well over 100 students.

    We would like to honor again our Phenomenal Senior Class as well as our Distinguished Service Award Winners. This Seaholm Spanish Honors Society embodies all aspects of our school’s core mission: Thinking with Reflection, Acting with Compassion and Performing with Honor. Thank you to administrators, faculty, tech personnel, parents and students for attending this beautiful, traditional celebration and honoring the work of our admirable students!

    SHS Officers

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  • DECA wins big in Atlanta

    The Seaholm DECA chapter, traveled to Atlanta, GA in late April to compete in the DECA International Career Development Conference. This competition is held annually for DECA chapters from around the world. Our three Seaholm teams had outstanding performances.

    Check out the link below for some pictures

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  • Orchestra Director Named Teacher of the Year by MSBOA D4

    Congratulations to the Seaholm/Derby director of orchestras, Nick Karpinsky, for being selected as the MSBOA District IV Orchestra Teacher of the Year!   He is well deserving of this honor!  Please congratulate him at your earliest convenience!

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  • Birmingham Robotics

    The Birmingham Robotics Team, Automation Nation, #2960, traveled to Houston, TX to face off against the best teams in the world at the FIRST Robotics Championship April 20-23rd.  They competed in the round robin portion of the Galileo Division.  The team’s record was an impressive 6 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie, ranking 23rd out of 76 teams.  The eventual World Champion came from the same division.  Automation Nation also visited the Houston Space Center while in Texas.   The team’s success was due to support from the school district, the Birmingham Ed. Foundation, industrial sponsors, engineering mentorship, great parents, great students, and teachers.  Looking forward to going back to Houston next year to do it again….and better.

    Enjoy pics:

    Video of “big win”

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  • Covid Protocols Reminder

    As a reminder the removal of the mask mandate has changed some of the ways we will be communicating positive Covid cases.

    Once we receive a notification of a positive COVID case, we will send out an eNews message to the entire community identifying the grade in which the case took place. This is the same message that has been sent out in the past. We will then follow up directly with an email notifying the families of the specific classroom from that grade level and will no longer be contact tracing. This is due to the complexity of some kids wearing a mask and others not wearing a mask which changes the parameters for who is considered a close contact.

    While we will not indicate if your child was a close contact, it is a reminder to take mitigation measures to help minimize spread in our community. BPS and OCHD strongly recommend masks be worn in indoor settings. At any time, students and staff may choose to wear a mask and participate in the COVID testing program through BPS.

    If you are concerned that your child has been a close contact, please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly.

    If your child has had a close contact in the community, please let us know immediately. The following will apply:

    • Anyone identified as a close contact either through an in-home family contact, community or as identified by a health professional AND regardless of vaccination status   should wear a well-fitted mask and monitor for symptoms for 10 days, while in our facilities.

    If your child tests positive for COVID, please let us know as soon as possible. The following will apply:

    • If asymptomatic, monitor for symptoms for days 0-10, AND isolate at home for days 0-5 (day “0” is day symptoms begin or day test was taken for those without symptoms), AND If symptoms have improved or no symptoms developed, return to school, while wearing a well-fitted mask for days 6-10.
    • OR stay home for days 0-10 if unwilling/unable to wear a mask.

    All Students, teachers and staff who test positive for COVID-19 must isolate regardless of vaccination status. Those individuals displaying symptoms of COVID-19 should isolate and may return once symptom-free or an alternative diagnosis has been determined. As a reminder, anytime an individual is not feeling well, they should evaluate their symptoms and stay home if necessary.

    As always, the emotional and physical health of all of our students remains a top priority.

Ukrainian Orphan Relief