Coed, independent, PK3-12th grade school in St. Petersburg, Florida.
All Shorecrest events may be viewed on the calendar below. To view a specific category of events, click "Filter" on the right. Once you've selected your desired categories, click "Refresh" under the category list. You can also toggle between seeing a list of events or a calendar grid by clicking "List view" or "Grid view" on right.
Parents/guardians of current seniors, please join members of the College Counseling team in the Janet Root Theater for this important college meeting. This is a parent only meeting; students do not need to attend.
This is a required event for all parents/guardians, new and returning, (adults only) for families to hear directly from lead teachers about grade level curriculum and academic expectations, new programs, typical developmental characteristics, strengths and challenges, and how you can best support student growth and development at school, communicate with your child’s teacher, and be involved.
Tryouts for Sailing for students in grades 8-12 will be held beginning on Tuesday, September 6 at the St. Petersburg Sailing Center. Shorecrest sailors compete in regattas sanctioned by the South Atlantic Interscholastic Sailing Association (SAISA) and emphasize double handed fleet racing and team racing. Chargers who are interested in riding the bus to tryouts, please stop by the Athletic Office as soon as possible to sign up for a spot on the bus to the St. Petersburg Sailing Center. Contact Melinda Holmes in the Athletic Office with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sarah Palazzolo, the Lower School Curriculum Dean, will host a LS parent info session on the standardized ERB testing for 3rd & 4th graders. She will share general information about the ERBs, how our school scores compare to other independent schools, and how to understand your individual child’s scores.
Remember to give yourself time to park and walk upstairs [map]. Event parking will be open. Please follow the signs and directions of maintenance greeters in carline.
Fourth and fifth grade parents/guardians: learn more about hosting Mexican students for 2 weeks (January 2023) from our sister school Escuela Ameyalli. In the Ohana Community Room on the 2nd floor of Charger Commons [map]
The Shorecrest International Connection group will host their first get together of the school year! Adults are invited on Thursday, September 8, after morning drop-off (around 8am) at Paradeco Coffee Roasters, 111 2nd Ave NE, Suite 101 in downtown St. Pete.
I.C. is open to all parents/guardians, grandparents, faculty and staff interested in international culture and cultural enrichment, including families who were born outside the US, who have spent time living abroad, who speak different languages at home and/or have a general passion for or interest in this topic.
Middle School & Upper School parents/guardians are invited to join Dr. Anna Baralt via Zoom for a virtual Lunch and Learn technology workshop to learn the ins and outs of our new learning management system, Schoology. A recording will be shared.
Experiential & Lower School parents/guardians are invited to join Dr. Anna Baralt via Zoom for a virtual Lunch and Learn technology workshop to learn the ins and outs of our new learning management system, Schoology. A recording will be shared.
The Social Institute is an innovative way to help students navigate the digital world and all of the social pressures that come with that world. It helps students make positive choices when using technology and also helps them evaluate how they are currently using technology. The program addresses social emotional needs, character development, and also supports parents and teachers. Learn more in this virtual session for parents/guardians of students in grades 5-8. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88257939276
Each fall, alumni, students, parents, friends, grandparents, faculty and staff unite to support the School. Our goal this year is to raise or exceed $250,000 on Giving Day. Your gift supports the people and programs you love by funding our most pressing needs. Community participation in annual giving is essential — collectively providing the funds needed to enrich the student experience every year.
In short: Your gift to the Shorecrest Fund makes the difference between a great education and an exceptional one! Learn more here.
April Cabral, third grade parent volunteer, will lead the training. Only parents who have never been trained need to attend before helping. Event parking will be open. Please follow the signs and directions of maintenance greeters in carline.