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Youngest Chess Champ In Nation Attends Seashore School

LONG BRANCH, October 18 – How many second graders have the skills and confidence to challenge their Principal to a chess match? Good guess is not many unless the student happens to be Ahbi Misrha, who is not only the number one rated chess champ in the seven and under and eight and under categories […]

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Seashore 90th Anniversary Glow Party Lights Up Summer

Seashore 90th Anniversary Glow Party Lights Up Summer with 10′ tall LED flashing GLOW BOT, DJ, MC, Glow in the dark necklaces and sunglasses, neon streamers shot high into the air swirling through the crowd and pulsating music that kept campers dancing for hours.

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Seashore Campers Paint For A Purpose

Seashore Campers Paint For A Purpose. Using recycled surfboards as their canvas, along with beads, shells, glitter, paint, mirrors, sea glass and whatever they wanted to use, more than 500 children of all ages created art which will be raffled to benefit the Long Branch Ronald McDonald House this Friday, July 15. Sheets of 25 raffle tickets can be purchased through the main office at 732-222-6464.

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Seashore Students Invited To STAR PARTY

LONG BRANCH, June 2 – Students in the astronomy elective at The Seashore School gained a clearer perspective on what they have been learning in their classroom when the Society of Telescopy, Astronomy and Radio (S.T.A.R), Lincroft, hosted a “Star Party,” for them May 12 at Dorbrook Park in Colts Neck. While the event, which took […]

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Seashore Pre-K “Songs From The Street” Monster Hit

  LONG BRANCH, May 20 – When people hear the week before a pre-kindergarten show referred to in the industry term “Tech Week,” most can’t understand why – until they see the scale of spring musicals like “Songs From The Street” performed May 20 in The Seashore School theater at 410 Broadway in Long Branch. […]

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Seashore Wins 2016 Crown At Columbia University

Seashore students won a 2016 Silver Crown at Columbia University March 18. The only middle school in NJ and one of three in the USA, Seashore was singled out to receive the highest honor given to student publications by Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Representing Seashore Student Views, Editor in Chief Jonathan Rasnitsyn and Editorial Page Editor Joe Shalom, were presented with the honor alongside recipients throughout America, London, Indonesia, Singapore and Hong Kong.

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7 Things To Look For When Choosing A Camp

When choosing a camp, it is important to consider your child’s interests and personality so you can find the program that will be the most beneficial. Look at the website. Ask for references from parents in the area. And, since your child will be the one attending, be sure to include him or her in the decision making process…

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Miss NJ Teen USA 2016 Seashore Alum Gina Mellish Visits

Miss NJ Teen USA 2016 Seashore Alum Gina Mellish visited preschool to eighth graders today. Wearing her crown and pageant sash, she read a story to young children called “I Like Me,” as part of the Read Across America initiative and spoke to grade school students about developing confidence and following their dreams.

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