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Explorations are an integral part of our upper school experience. Each semester students select from a wide variety of project-based electives. Each subject is deeply rooted in developing skills our students will need to thrive in the 21st Century such as creativity, collaboration and communication. Some examples below:

Yearbook: Students have been working diligently on getting organized and designing this year's very special yearbook commemorating Sea Crest's 25th Anniversary!


Musical: Students participating in this class are performing (lead roles and ensemble) in our Spring Musical this year: The Little Mermaid, Jr.!

Photo Courtesy of the Yearbook Students

LEGO Robotics: This course provides an introduction to robotics for students with no programming background using LEGO Robotics kits. They are learning to construct, control, and program these robots through investigative and exploration activities. Research projects are exposing the students to the engineering process.


Students are exploring  the Art of Photography and having a blast in the process! They are learning how to compose images beautifully and how cameras truly work. 



Chess Club:
More than just a game, chess provides many benefits beyond academics. Chess provides a tactical mindset that leads to knowledgeable, thinkers, communicators, open-minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced, and reflective. Whether they win, draw, or lose there is always an opportunity to learn and improve.

Photo Courtesy of the Yearbook Students

Green Team: 

Students participating in this class are passionate about the environment and want to affect change in their own community.
They are collaborating with fellow Earth Heroes to reduce our carbon footprint and champion environmental issues in our school and local community.

-the action of leading a group of people or an organization.
-the state or position of being a leader.

This year’s leadership class is embarking on a journey of being
leaders of the Sea Crest community. Whether it is with school dances, assemblies, spirit days, or at athletic events, leadership has a part in all the fun and engaging activities happening. 


Street Art:

How can art communicate and connect a community? Students are exploring the elements of street art by analyzing and designing street art pieces. Students are experimenting with graffiti, stickers, stencils, cartooning, and murals to produce personal and collaborative pieces that deliver a message or create an experience.

Dramatic Science:
Students got to choose, research, design and carry out a dramatic science demo! They are learning the chemistry or physics behind their demo, and designing the best way to safely wow their peers with both exciting spectacle and impressive knowledge.

Broadcast Journalism: Students started a Sea Crest television station. They are creating stories, reporting on the weather and sports, all the happenings at school, and then broadcasting it to the school and to parents.

Percussion Ensemble:
Students are learning and performing music from multiple genres and around the world in the context of a percussion ensemble. They are playing together as a group and building on many of the things they learned in 5th grade foundations.  They having fun... and it's also loud!

Over the years, some of the explorations offered: 

  • Advanced Coding
  • Architectural Modeling
  • Creative Writing
  • Choreography
  • Digital Musical Ensemble Fusion
  • Digital Turtle Art
  • Drawing and Painting
  • Film Making
  • Furniture Making
  • Game Design & Programming
  • JK-K Teaching Assistants
  • Leadership
  • Musical
  • One Act Play
  • Photography
  • Printmaking
  • Product Modeling
  • Puzzle Box Escape Room
  • Robotics
  • Sculpting
  • Set Design
  • Sewing Appeal
  • Song Making
  • Toy Making
  • Wood Carving