Message from the Principal
Welcome, Seaholm Families!
Points of Pride
- Seaholm offers over 20 AP courses in both core and elective disciplines. A majority of the students excel and earn college credit.
- Seaholm offers 32 varsity sports programs (several of which are State Champions) which emphasize not only outstanding athletic skills but also teamwork, sportsmanship and character building.
- A large number of students participate in the annual Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition, frequently advancing to the final competition.
- Seaholm offers award winning career and technical education programs: business, marketing, finance and information technology.
- Seaholm offers extensive programs in the fine and performing arts. Annually, students earn awards at local, state and national levels in music, art, publications, writing and oratory.
- Robotics, engineering technology and renewable energy capture the talent and imagination of students who maximize their potential through hands-on experiences.
- Community Service is an integral part of the Seaholm experience. The Community Service Office provides opportunities for students to perform service out in the larger community.
- The upperclassmen serve as mentors to the freshmen and students new to Seaholm to ensure a smooth transition to high school through the Make Me a Maple (M3) Program and New Student Welcome Group.
- Seaholm STEM/Physics teacher, Doug Baltz, earned the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship for 2015-16. Baltz brought bring his insights, extensive knowledge and practical classroom experience to the legislative and executive branches, aiding in the establishment and implementation of federal education programs.
- The latest technology for student learning includes Sanako language labs, Digital Storm Computers for game design and programming.
- Seaholm Business Technology Teacher, Leisa Passarelli, was selected as Birmingham Public School’s 2016 Teacher of the Year
- Seaholm’s Business Technology Department services more students a year more than most other high schools or vocational centers in Oakland County