Thank you for your interest in Sea Crest. We are excited to introduce you to our school and give you a glimpse of what makes Sea Crest unique. Sea Crest is more than just an independent JK-8 school. It is a close-knit community where each student is valued as an individual, and where we strive to acknowledge and celebrate the best in everyone who spends time on our campus—students, faculty, parents, and staff.
Students are appreciated, encouraged and challenged within our comprehensive program. We graduate thoughtful scholars who are also conscientious citizens ready to contribute positively in high school and beyond. Therefore, we look for students who have innate curiosities, a love of learning, and a desire to better themselves and the communities around them. Our admission process is designed to ensure a good fit for all involved—student, family, and school.
We're looking forward to welcoming you to our campus and introducing you to our program during this admissions season. As you'll discover, Sea Crest is a community that truly values personal connections, and we look forward to working with our prospective families throughout this process.
Applications will be available online beginning October 5th.
We love our kids have PE everyday and all the enrichment classes during the day but also in the afternoon. The after-school is definitely a favorite!
A Sea Crest Parent
Sometimes I cannot believe that this gem of a school is located in our tiny Coastside community. I feel so fortunate that our children have benefited from the small class sizes and nurturing environment. I have seen first-hand how beneficial a JK-8 school educational environment has been for both the young and older children. I feel students graduate fully prepared for success in high school, both academically and as good global citizens.
A Sea Crest Parent
I like the community at Sea Crest because everyone is kind. Everyone is inclusive and no one is left out. Sea Crest is a special place because of that. I’m very grateful to have the opportunity to be here.
A Sea Crest Student (8th Grade)