Ernest W. Seaholm High School


Attendance Policy

  • Attendance Policy

    Email student absence information to, AND have your student visit the Attendance Office to obtain a pass to leave class. We will not be interrupting classroom instruction and student learning for early dismissals. Please allow 24-hours for attendance information to be updated. 

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  • No X-Block 

    Tuesday, April 11th  

    NO X-Block day - Classes begin at 7:30 on the M/W/F schedule

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  • Testing Schedule

    Test Date 

    Assessment and Grade


    Wednesday, April 12

    PSAT 9 - 9th grade in the cafeteria 

    SAT w/Essay - 11th grade in the gym

    • Testers will be dismissed upon completion.
    • 10th and 12th graders DO NOT report.
    • No shuttle/No food service.
    • Busses will run on a staggered schedule upon dismissal.

    Thursday, April 13

    PSAT 10 - 10th grade in the cafeteria

    ACT WorkKeys - 11th grade in the gym

    • Students in grades 10 and 11 will start testing at 7:30, eat lunch, and then attend class.
    • Delayed start for grades 9 and 12 (noon-2:50PM)





    12:00 PM

    12:30 PM


    12:35 PM

    1:05 PM


    1:10 PM

    1:40 PM


    1:45 PM

    2:15 PM


    2:20 PM

    2:50 PM

    • No shuttle to Groves.

    Friday, April 14

    No Testing

    • Seaholm runs a regular M/W/F class and transportation schedule.
    • No shuttle to Groves.

    Tuesday, April 18

    M-Step - 11th grade 

    Students are assigned various rooms – signs will be posted throughout the building

    • Students in grade 11 need to report to school by 7:30 am (Testing will be 3 hours long).
    • X-Block day for students in grades 9, 10, 12 – 1st hour class will begin at 8:25am


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  • 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 2022-2023 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

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  • Spanish National Honor Society

    The Seaholm Chapter, La Puerta de Sol, of the Spanish National Honors Society has been busy doing language outreach programs support March is Reading Month!

    First, we sent a group of sophomores and juniors to Derby Middle School. They wrote and instructed a lesson on how to use the verb “gustar” as well as guide the kids through a speaking activity and Kahoot!

    Next, we send a pair of juniors to Bingham Farms Elementary to read bilingual texts to our 4th grade classrooms. Our leaders were reading in Spanish and English as well as asking reflection questions of the listeners!

    Finally, our Bilingual Book Drive for Freedom House Detroit will continue to collect books until our Induction Ceremony on Wednesday, May 10th. The genres requested were children, young adult and adult in French, Portuguese, Spanish and English. The Mission of Freedom House is to support and empower refugees, asylum seekers and others seeking humanitarian protection on their journey to safety, security and freedom by providing comprehensive services in an inclusive and welcoming space.

    Keep up with our tremendous language leaders, events, and service work on Instagram @seaholm_shh

    For book donations, drop any off in the main office labelled Freedom House for Mrs. Hladki in room C104


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  • Automation Nation Victorious

    Automation Nation

    The Birmingham Robotics Team, Automation Nation, competed March 17th and 18th at the Muskegon district tournament.  They were undefeated after their first 5 matches, ranking as high as 3rd place out of 38 teams.  The team eventually finished with 10 wins and 2 losses, ranking 5th place.  Automation Nation was the #3 alliance captain, eventually losing in the semifinal matches.  Their next tournament is at Troy Athens HS March 25th and 26th.  Please enjoy the pics and video.

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  • DECA Team Success

    DECA team recently returned from Detroit after participating in the highly competitive DECA state competition against some of the best high schools in Michigan. I am proud to share that 14 of our outstanding students made it on stage, showcasing their exceptional skills and talent.  These students were extremely close to making it to the international competition, and we could not have been more impressed with their remarkable performances.

    Their dedication and hard work have helped to establish a strong foundation for our DECA chapter. We are eager to welcome back our returning members next year and continue to build upon our successes.


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  • Grayson Davis Breaks Swim Record

    Seaholm senior Grayson Davis recently established a new school record for the boys diving during the MHSAA Regionals with an unprecedented 601.99 mark — the highest student score in school history. Davis, who is currently ranked No. 2 in the state, recently received the prestigious Hail scholarship from the University of Michigan for academic and leadership excellence. He plans to be a member of the U-M Dive team in the fall.

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  • Seaholm Student Publishes Book

    Ian Weinberg, Seaholm Junior and Investments Club Founder and President, has recently written and published a book about the importance of investing early.  The book encourages younger people to invest early to achieve financial independence.  Ian has partnered with Youth Tank Detroit to donate all profits from his book, some of which will go to Detroit Public Schools.  Check out more info about Ian's amazing accomplishment here!  

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  • ASD Teacher Rob Hart Honored

    Each year, the Arc of Oakland County honors individuals that support people with developmental disabilities. Let's congratulate Seaholm ASD teacher Rob Hart for being selected as the recipient of this year's Leonard Cercone Teacher of the Year Award. Rob will receive his award on March 10th at the 52nd Annual Dove Awards

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  • Congratulations DECA Students!

    Seaholm DECA had an outstanding day at our District Competition on Friday, December 16th. Please congratulate students on their accomplishments!  We are so proud of their success!  

    DECA is a co-curricular Marketing club where students compete against other students at a District, State and International level. DECA prepares leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. 

    Seaholm had 48 competitors and received 41 medals. 4 Top Test medals, 14 Top Role Play medals and 23 SCDC Qualifying medals sending students to the State Career Development Conference this March

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