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Why Seacrest?

Seacrest prides itself on its commitment to being at the forefront of preschool through grade 12 education. We believe that our expert and caring faculty need the freedom to create a classroom experience that challenges and engages each student using exciting and creative teaching methods. Our classrooms are not a place for complacency, but active environments where our students love to learn.

We retain and recruit dynamic educators who embrace our mission to fuel intellectual engagement. Candidates should value collaboration; partnerships; seeking new, mission-appropriate methodologies; and love working with children.


We are Growing! | Available Positions 2022-23

Seacrest is an equal opportunity employer. Seacrest requires background checks and fingerprinting of all employees prior to hiring.


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Wildlife biologist and 2nd-grade parent guest speaker David Onorato from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spoke to our Lower School students about the importance of wildlife research globally and in our local communities. 

While passing around the preserved skulls of panthers and bears, students learned about the importance of field research for data collection. Mr. Onorato is a member of the field team that tags bobcats and panthers to observe their migration and breeding patterns in the Everglades. Today the only place with wild Florida panthers is right here at the southwestern tip of Florida.

Novel Studies: Alice In Wonderland All Grown Up

The book Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, has been part of many children’s lives. It seems like a simple fairy tale, but it goes much deeper than that. Taking the perspective of Alice’s self-discovery, seniors in the Composition and Literature course read the novel to delve deeper into their self-reflection. 

Sure, Upper School students could write an essay after finishing this novel but thinking about the work creatively opens a new personal understanding and connection. 

“I want my students to walk away from my class being active readers,” Dr. Reese said. “Going beyond the lines in the book and discovering Alice’s journey towards self and using those same themes in their lives.” 

A Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Teaching The Holocaust

Seacrest Middle School students spend the third quarter studying The Holocaust. This quarter occurs between Holocaust Remembrance Month, in January, and Genocide Awareness Month, in April. 

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Where is Seacrest?

Why Naples?

There is a reason Naples is the happiest city in America.

Nestled along the pristine sugar sand beaches of Southwest Florida, Naples is the natural and cultural center of the Paradise Coast. Naturalists will enjoy relaxing along the Gulf of Mexico or exploring the lush wonders of the Everglades. Recreationists can tee off at hundreds of best-in-class golf courses or hit the ocean in a boat, kayak or jet ski. Foodies will love Naples' robust restaurant scene featuring some of the finest chefs in Florida. And families will create fun-in-the-sun wherever they go!

Check out these websites for more information on life in Naples and Southwest Florida:

Paradise Coast Convention and Visitors Bureau
City of Naples, Florida
Naples Daily News
Gulfshore Life Magazine
Hulafrog - Naples (for families)