Ernest W. Seaholm High School

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

Announcements

  • Maple LEar  Invitation to the parents of the Class of 2023

                      (Current 8th grade students)

    On Tuesday, January 22, from 7:00 -8:30 PM you are invited to attend a presentation of the information that your student will be hearing about as they prepare to register for classes for next year.  This will a great opportunity for you to learn about the courses that are offered and get your questions answered.  There will also be a student panel to hear from some of our current Seaholm students.

    There will be an optional informational session on English/Social Studies options for incoming freshmen.  This session will begin at 6:00 PM.

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  •  Seaholm Theater Department presents Hello Dolly

    Friday, February 1 at 7 PM, Saturday, February 2 at 7 PM, Sunday February 3 at 2 PM

    Friday, February 8 at 7 PM, Saturday, February 9 at 2 PM, Sunday, February 10 at 2 PM

    Tickets now on sale!  Click here to select and purchase tickets: seaholmtheater.ludus.com.

    Questions about tickets: Karen 248-225-4465 karen.roskiewicz@gmail.com musicalseaholm@gmail.com

     

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  • calendar  Trimester Two Parent/Teacher Conferences

    Thursday, January 24, 2019 4-7 PM

    On behalf of the Faculty and Staff of Seaholm High School, I am pleased to invite you to participate in our second Trimester Parent-Teacher Conferences.

    If you need assistance accessing the Power School Parent Portal, please contact Mrs. Balow at 248-203-3751 or by email at CBalow@birmingham.k12.mi.us

    We ask from parents the following:

    1.     Check the on-line grades and attendance prior to coming to conferences.

    2.     Discuss the upcoming conferences with your son/daughter and see if there are any particular topics which he/she would like to have you discuss with a faculty member, or whether an email would be appropriate.

    3.     Bring the names of your student's teachers and the subjects they teach.  Students do not attend.

    4.     Feel free to write down discussion questions ahead of time and take notes during the conference to share with your son/daughter.

    5.     Limit your conversation with a teacher to three to five minutes--shorter if possible if there is a line of people waiting.  If a lengthy conference is necessary, the teachers will be pleased to set up a subsequent appointment.

    Teachers may require a short break in the midst of conferences.  You may be asked to wait a few minutes for their return. Thank you for your understanding.

    Thursday, January 24, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

    Staff Locations

     

    Media Center

    Mathematics

    Cafeteria

    Science, Social Studies, World Language, English, ESL, Flex

    Art Room (G001)

    Art, Engineering Tech, Business Technology, PE

    A001 & A002

    Life Management

    Specialized Instruction and Student Services

    Specialized Instruction meet in their classrooms

    Music Department

    Music Office

    Counseling Department

    Counseling Office

     

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  • Tools  AP TESTING REGISTRATION AND REVIEW SESSIONS

    AP On-line Testing Registration will be February 1 thru February 28.  These deadlines are FIRM.

    Please check back here, for more information.

    Any student who has a financial hardship should contact Mrs. Balow in the Counseling Office.

     

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  • School Tools  SCHEDULING TIMELINE FOR 2019-2020

     

    1. Students will be receiving grade-level scheduling information and forms at the scheduling assembly on Jan. 9th.  Forms are linked below for your review.
    2. After talking to their teachers and parents, students will be asked to complete a scheduling form (and AP Policy, if applicable), and enter their course selections in PowerSchool.  Students may do this at home or in school.
    3. New for this year, the counselors will be meeting with freshmen and sophomores during the lunch periods (schedule below). Additionally, freshmen and sophomores may choose to meet w/their counselor to further discuss their course selections.  Students that opt to sign up for an additional appointment, need to sign up for a time on their counselor’s calendar.  Each counselor has their calendar posted outside of their office door. 
    4. The counselors will meet w/juniors on Wednesday, Jan 23rd in the Media Center to schedule. Juniors will be asked to select a meeting time with their counselor through signup genius.  The signup genius links will be made available during the week of Jan. 21. This is an opportunity for the counselor to review the graduation requirements and discuss with the student their college and career aspirations.

     

    Information about Oakland Technical Early College and a Schedule of InfoNights on Oakland Technical Early College.

    STUDENT SCHEDULING - WEEK OF JANUARY 21


    JUNIORS

    CLASS OF 2020

    FRESHMEN & SOPHOMORES

    CLASSES OF 2021 & 2022

    WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23 in the Media Center

     

     

    LUNCHES JAN. 24- 25

    LUNCHES JAN 28-FEB 1

    LUNCHES FEB 4-8

     

    1st hour- Abdrabboh-Cohen

    2nd hour – Cox-Janowitz

    3rd hour – Jarrett-Miller

    4th hour – Mitchell-Sarver

    5th hour – Satikas-Zhao


     We encourage students to consider the homework commitment for each course and their personal commitments such as work and sport(s) when choosing courses. 

    It is important to note, course selections by our students determine much of our teacher assignments and budget decision each year.  It is for these reasons we wish to stress to our students and their parents the necessity to be thoughtful when selecting courses. 

     

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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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  • Seaholm Maple Leaf  eFunds for Schools 

    How do to I pay for any fees that I may need to pay?

     This is a separate program from the Infosnap registration system and will require a separate login and password.

    You will need your student(s) id number(s) to link to your children’s names and fee options. Id number(s) can be found on your student’s id card and/or report card. Another source is when you are completing the on-line registration.

     To create an account or to login to an existing account, visit: https://payments.efundsforschools.com/v3/districts/56264. Once on the eFunds for Schools homepage, the links for to “Create An Account” or to “Login” are half way down on the left. Please print your eFunds receipt and have your student bring to registration on August 21, 22 or late registration.

     Will there be fees associated with using e-Funds?

     There is a small convenience fee associated with each payment: $1.00 for using your checking/savings account information (direct ACH), and $2.65 (per $100) for using your credit/debit card.

    Your student will need to bring the efunds receipt with them to registration.

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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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