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Upper School Summer Preparation

We are so excited that you are joining us for the 2022-23 Upper School program. To make your transition into the 2022-2023 school year smooth, we have put all of the summer and start of school information in one space. 

If you have questions, please reach out to Dr. Spencer Reese, Head of Upper School at


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Arrival & Dismissal

Arrival | 7:30 to 7:55 a.m.
First Block | 8:00 a.m. (arrival after 8:00 A.M. is considered late) 
Dismissal | 3:10 p.m.

More Information
First block at the Upper School begins at 8:00 A.M. Arrival after 8:00 A.M. is considered late and students must sign in with the Upper School Administrative Assistant to obtain a late pass. Carline at the Upper School takes place in the large parking lot adjacent to the Upper School Gym.

Upper School Students driving younger siblings must drop them off in the carline on the east side of campus, adjacent to the Lower School Gym before proceeding to the Upper School Building. 


Each student has a faculty advisor whom he/she meets with each day. The role of the advisor is to be an advocate, coach, mentor and communication point person for his/her advisees. 


Order Lunch | Blue Canteen

Blue Canteen

Parents may purchase lunches from Blue Canteen daily. Online ordering will be available just before school starts.

Online ordering NOW OPEN


Summer Reading

Summer reading is a requirement for all Upper School students.  


The master schedule and courses are still being diligently worked on across all three divisions throughout the summer. We will have schedules for the 2022-23 school year the week of August 15, 2022.

Returning Upper School students met with administration before the end of the school year to plan and share preferences for courses.

New students will be contacted by the Academic Dean in the near future. As the schedules are still tentative, administration will reach out to any students with questions regarding their course selections for the coming year. That said, the formal drop/add for students is set for the first couple of weeks of August accordingly.



Supply Lists

Click Here to access 2022-23 Supply Lists.

All students will need a backpack to carry items to and from school and a lunchbox with an icepack for lunch and snack. These items may be purchased from any store.



Textbook Ordering

In order to ensure all students have the required textbooks to begin the school year and in an effort to provide families with the greatest savings, textbook ordering as well as novels required by the English department will now be ordered by the school and will be billed to your FACTS account. Book fees this year are $125.

Digital textbook ordering will be for core subject classes. Students will be required to purchase their own textbooks for AP courses and students will be contacted by the AP teacher.



The Seacrest Athletic program offers 10 different sports and has a total of 32 teams at the Varsity/JV and Middle School level. We encourage students to play multiple sports and over eighty percent of our Upper School and Middle Students participate in at least one school-sponsored team. Seacrest is a member of the Florida High School Athletic Association, Sunshine State Conference and Private 8 Conference.

New and returning families who are interested in playing a sport should contact Athletics Director, Coach Bill Carufe at

Fall Athletics Practice start dates:

JV/Varsity Volleyball | August 1

Middle School Volleyball | Aug 15| Time 3:00-5:30 p.m. | Upper School Gym

Middle School/Varsity Cross Country | Aug 8 | 7:30 to 8:45 a.m.

Varsity Boys and Girls Golf | Aug 15 | Time 11:30 | Treviso Bay

Middle School Golf | August 17| Time 3:45 | Coral Isle Driving Range

Students must have an updated physical and Florida forms in order to begin practices. These forms can be found on Magnus Health.


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