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Carlos Moran


(831)392-3530 Ext. 2083

Joan Kevorkian

Assistant Principal

(831) 392-3530 Ext. 2094

Our Philosophy

Seaside High School is a Professional Learning Community modeled after Rick Dufour's model for leading school towards high achievement and academic excellence.  Our Administration, Faculty and Staff are focused on continually asking four key questions:  1.  What do we want students to learn?  2.  How will we know if they have learned it?   3.  What will we do if they have?  4.  What will we do if they haven’t?   These four questions determine the direction and pacing of our instruction school wide.

The Principal and Leadership Team of Seaside High School believes in:   

  • Instructional leadership that focuses on strengthening teaching and learning, professional development, data-driven decisionmaking and accountability;
  • Community leadership manifested in a big-picture awareness of the school's role in society; shared leadership among educators, community partners and residents; close relations with parents and others; and advocacy for school capacity building and resources; and
  • Visionary leadership that demonstrates energy, commitment, entrepreneurial spirit, values and conviction that all children will learn at high levels, as well as inspiring others with this vision both inside and outside the school building.
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Naomi Allen 

Office Supervisor

(831) 392-3530 Ext. 2078

Linda Melendrez

Administration Secretary

(831) 392-3530 Ext. 2083

Toni Acfalle

Attendance Clerk

(831) 392-3530 Ext. 2082

Jean Boskie

ASB Clerk/Attendance

(831) 392-3530 Ext. 2081

“No ONE of us is smarter than ALL of us together”

- Dr. L. Lezotte - educator/author/reformer