2024

  • April

    Luke Herrman: Senior Spotlight

    Luke Herrman: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 2022
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Lacrosse, football, and golf
    3) Favorite SES memory: Beating Saint Andrew's my junior year.
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: Marine Science
    5) Proudest SES achievement: Being on honor roll 2 years in a row.
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: DO YOUR HOMEWORK!

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  • Caroline Zoltak: Senior Spotlight

    Caroline Zoltak: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 2010
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Serving as the EIC of the Yearbook for two years and creating the books, going on an ecology trip to Yellowstone, and participating in a wide array of varsity sports since 8th grade, specifically soccer.
    3) Favorite SES memory: Carving pumpkins with my dad every year alongside the rest of my class + their dads. Holidays in the lower school were always the best with the halloween parade and Christmas concert, too! 
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: I really enjoyed APLANG + APUSH  with Mrs. Barnes + Mrs. Infanzon. AP Psychology has also been a recent favorite with Mr. Lee.
    5) Proudest SES achievement: My proudest SES achievement was researching, completing and presenting my ASP about the effects of climate change on endemic species to the Galápagos Island.
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Make sure to soak up every moment, it goes by fast! Thank you SES for a truly unforgettable 14 years.

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  • MS/US Instrumental Concert

    MS/US Instrumental Concert

    Middle and upper school musicians have been preparing for their Instrumental Concert, hosted Thursday, April 18. The performance begins at 7 p.m. in the Waxlax Center for the Performing Arts and is free and open to the public. We hope to see you there!
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  • Elliotte Kahler: Senior Spotlight

    Elliotte Kahler: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 2015 (4th Grade)
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Varsity Volleyball, Concert Band, ASP
    3) Favorite SES memory: Winning the district championship in volleyball at home my senior year with all of my friends and family there to support me.
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: AP US Government with Mr. Lee.
    5) Proudest SES achievement: My proudest achievement at SES was completing and presenting my ASP project over the summer of my senior year. It was rewarding to learn how to conduct a research project and to be able to share that new knowledge with my fellow peers and teachers.
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: A piece of advice I would share to current SES students would be to try something new or something you're interested in even if you're scared. Many of my most rewarding lessons came from opportunities that I was initially worried to try, but stuck with!

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  • Alex Lee: Senior Spotlight

    Alex Lee: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 2010
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Varsity Soccer team, Envirothon, Class trip to Tybee Island
    3) Favorite SES memory: Winning the Regional Soccer championship my Freshman year
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: Favorite class is Comparative Government with Mr. Lee
    5) Proudest SES achievement: Being an all region team for soccer by TC Palm
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Set goals, it makes everything so much easier and straightforward. 

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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner OCEAN DRIVE MED SPA

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner OCEAN DRIVE MED SPA

    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Ocean Drive Med Spa for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners. #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Jessica Jiang: Senior Spotlight

    Jessica Jiang: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 8th grade in 2020
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Kenya tutoring, student council, and ASL Club
    3) Favorite SES memory: Tybee Island
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: AP Art with Ms. Raymond
    5) Proudest SES achievement: Making Cum Laude
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Get as involved as you can and enjoy your time because it's gonna fly by. 

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  • Meagan Baker: Senior Spotlight

    Meagan Baker: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 8th grade in 2019
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Varsity Volleyball, The Breaking Barriers Club, and Track and Field 
    3) Favorite SES memory: Winning volleyball district finals senior year as a captain!
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: AP Calculus AB with Mrs. Baker.
    5) Proudest SES achievement: Receiving the Bruce Wachter Pirate Award.
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Time flies so remember to enjoy the little things!!

    #AlwaysAPirate #SESClassof2024
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  • Alejandro Azcona: Senior Spotlight

    Alejandro Azcona: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 2021
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Soccer, Cross Country, Envirothon
    3) Favorite SES memory: Leaving Tybee Island
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: Honors Art
    5) Proudest SES achievement: Getting into college
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Make sure you stay focused all the time. You may feel that your freshmen and sophomore years are not important, but they can really impact your GPA if you slack off.

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  • Elizabeth Campbell: Senior Spotlight

    Elizabeth Campbell: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 2020
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Cross country, soccer, track and field
    3) Favorite SES memory: Meeting Selma
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: APES with Mrs. Buckley
    5) Proudest SES achievement: Holding multiple school records for track and field
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Don't waste your free periods.

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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner DANIELLE AND JIM MALLOY

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partners DANIELLE AND JIM MALLOY

    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Danielle and Jim Malloy for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
     
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  • Dads had a sweet start to the morning at the annual Dads and Donut event

    Dads and Donuts

    MJ
    Thank you to the Parents Association for hosting the annual Dads and Donuts event before the Easter break. LS students and their dads got some playground time together while kicking off a sweet start to the day. The next PA event is the upcoming Teacher Appreciation Week and the final All School PA Meeting in early May. Check the calendar for details.
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  • New Rho Kappa inductees celebrate with cake!

    Seniors Admitted to Rho Kappa Honor Society

    MJ
    Seniors, their parents, Mrs. Sternberg, Mrs. Wald, Dr. Hirstein and the Humanities Department staff gathered together in the board room yesterday to induct seven bright students into the Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society. The society is the only national organization for high school juniors and seniors that recognizes excellence in the field of social studies. Led by Mrs. Infanzon, Abigail Sylvia, MK Watson, Grace Haller, Jacqueline Sylvia, Elliotte Kahler,  Carrington Brown and Harrison Hardin accepted a Society pin and purple cord that will be worn at Commencement. All of the students met the rigorous standards of the society, which include exemplary test scores, good grades and an essay in their chosen subject matter in humanities. Click here for an album of highlights.
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  • Selma Memet: Senior Spotlight

    Selma Memet: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 2016
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Cross country, track, ASP
    3) Favorite SES memory: Meeting Liz
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: Mrs. Nelson and APES
    5) Proudest SES achievement: ASP
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Work hard and try to make good memories along the way!

    #AlwaysAPirate #SESClassof2024
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  • Mary Kathryn Watson: Senior Spotlight

    Mary Kathryn Watson: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: I came to Saint Ed's in Pre-K in 2010!
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: My favorite three things I have done in my time at STEDS would be Varsity Lacrosse, field trips to many fun and exciting places, and lower school plays and performances!
    3) Favorite SES memory: My favorite SES memory was our trip to Tybee Island.
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: My favorite teachers were Mrs. Given, Mrs. Wengler, and Ms. Baker!
    5) Proudest SES achievement: My proudest SES achievement was receiving a perfect score on our skit at the FSSC Spanish competition.
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Enjoy your time while you're here because it goes by quicker than you think. Also, don't pay too much attention to your mistakes, but rather how you can learn and grow from each of them!

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  • Kiley Donovan: Senior Spotlight

    Kiley Donovan: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: JK - 2011
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Varsity Golf Team, Powderpuff, Pals Day
    3) Favorite SES memory: My favorite SES memory was when I was at Districts for golf during my senior season and getting to the last hole after having a horrible day and seeing Dr. Mohr waiting for me to be done. It was a rough hole and my score was pretty high, but I made a 10 foot long putt and everyone was silent except Dr. Mohr. He screamed "YES" at the top of his lungs and it made everyone including myself laugh hysterically. I genuinely believe that the whole course heard him cheer. That one moment made my horrible day on the golf course worth it!
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: My favorite teacher at SES is Mrs. Nelson. She is the kindest person I have ever met and has helped me with many problems for both her class and my personal life. I remeber when a college acceptance letter was being released and I laid on her floor for 20 mins since I almost passed out. During those 20 mins she gave me reassurance and confidence in myself and my academics. I took both classes Marine Science and Ecology and they were periods of my day I looked forward too. She would have amazing labs where we would go kayaking or exploring different kinds of habitats. Mrs. Nelson has helped my understanding and love for Marine life grow while helping me become a better person.
    5) Proudest SES achievement: Taking part of a Marine Ecology research project that got accepted into the Indian River Symposium and presenting our work to other scientists.
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Always try to find the positives. Even in tough situations sometimes finding small positives can make the world of a difference.

    #AlwaysAPirate #SESClassof2024
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner JOSH WALDROP - DSRE

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner JOSH WALDROP - DSRE

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Josh Waldrop - DSRE for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do. 

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
     
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  • Cameron Barnes: Senior Spotlight

    Cameron Barnes: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 2021-2022
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: The football team, basketball team, and unity day.
    3) Favorite SES memory: Seeing most of my friends throw water balloons at each-other for ABC day. 
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: English 11 with Mrs. Barnes
    5) Proudest SES achievement: Winning the determination mindset award.
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Never give up, if you quit once then you will do it again. It becomes repetitive so don't do it at all.

    #AlwaysAPirate #SESClassof2024
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  • Sean Stalheber: Senior Spotlight

    Sean Stalheber: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 2021
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Basketball, Football and First Grade Buddies
    3) Favorite SES memory: Winning districts junior year for basketball
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: English 11 with Mrs. Barnes
    5) Proudest SES achievement: Getting into college
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: Work hard

    #AlwaysAPirate #SESClassof2024
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  • Alex Henriquez accepts her Drawing Award at the Emerging Artist Showcase.

    2024 Emerging Artists Showcase

    The Emerging Artists Showcase is an annual showcase sponsored by the Cultural Council of IRC. It features artwork from Vero Beach High School, Indian River Charter High School, Sebastian River High School and Saint Edward’s School. Artwork by Saint Edward’s students constituted 17 of the 30 pieces in the show, and SES students won seven awards, listed below:

    Lily Artigas: 1st Place - Mixed Media; Caroline Langsam: 2nd Place - Mixed Media; Alex Henriquez: 3rd Place - Drawing; Natalee Rogers: 1st Place - Photography/Digital Image; Anna Artigas: 2nd Place - Photography/Digital Image; Emmy Dichter: Honorable Mention - Mixed Media; Anna Artigas: Honorable Mention - Photography/Digital Image

    Congratulations to all students for their acceptances and awards! View the artwork and learn more about the showcase by clicking here. The exhibit is also open for viewing until April 19 at the Intergenerational Recreation Center located on Oslo Road.
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner SELECT SKIN MD

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner SELECT SKIN MD

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Select Skin MD for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
     
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  • March

    SAIMUN Ireland Check-In

    SAIMUN Ireland Check-In

    We received a check-in from the Model UN students, who are currently abroad in Ireland. In addition to their programming, they are learning how to make Irish soda bread and smoked salmon at a cooking school. Next on their list is sheep farming! Stay tuned for a full story upon their return after Easter.
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  • Samantha Decker: Senior Spotlight

    Samantha Decker: Senior Spotlight

    1) Year you became a Pirate: 2020
    2) Top favorite things you participated in at SES: Swimming and Acting
    3) Favorite SES memory: Leaving Tybee Island
    4) Favorite class and/or teacher: AP Art
    5) Proudest SES achievement: Going to states for solo and ensemble
    6) Piece of advice for current SES students: It gets worse before it gets better

    #AlwaysAPirate #SESClassof2024
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  • The 2024 Easter Chapel

    All School Easter Chapel

    MJ
    The Waxlax Theatre was standing room only yesterday when the entire School gathered together for the annual Easter Chapel. Father Barrett led the audience through the Easter story, which is no easy task when the audience ranges from age 5 to 65. Students from each division read Biblical passages while the upper school brass accompanied upper and middle school choirs. It was a warm and wonderful opportunity to gather as a community, reflect as a group and take a moment to celebrate the blessings of spring. Thank you, Father Barrett, and all of the teachers and students who helped create such a wonderful event.
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  • Get Ready for Some Serious

    Get Ready for Some Serious "Bid"ness

    Hear from Maria one final time before the online auction kicks off by clicking here. Bid on exciting experiences like a five-night beachfront resort getaway or a skimboard lesson by pro Brad Domke, or you can keep it simple and try for your chance at a new Taxidermy clutch or a package of champagne and spa treatments. These items and many, many more are available for bidding at noon TOMORROW, March 29, through April 6. All you need to do is register with these instructions, read up on "How to Bid" and preview all the items. Get ready for some serious "bid"ness! 😉

    There are also a limited number of tickets remaining for the Live Auction on April 6. Purchase yours here. Can't make it? Absentee bids may be placed by contacting the Development Department at (772) 231-5192 with the item(s) you are interested in and your maximum bid.
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  • School Reminder for Easter Break

    School Reminder for Easter Break

    Reminder! There is no school on Friday, March 29, and Monday, April 1. Have a safe and happy Easter Break! We look forward to seeing everyone back on board the Pirate Ship on Tuesday, April 2.
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner LAW OFFICE OF JENNIFER D. PESHKE

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner LAW OFFICE OF JENNIFER D. PESHKE

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Law Office of Jennifer D. Peshke for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do. 

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
     
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner MERCEDES-BENZ, PORSCHE, AUDI OF MELBOURNE

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner MERCEDES-BENZ, PORSCHE, AUDI OF MELBOURNE

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Audi of Melbourne for supporting Saint Edward's School!  We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Senior Girls Claim Double Powderpuff Victory

    Senior Girls Claim Double Powderpuff Victory

    The Friday before Spring Break was a jam-packed day with petting zoos, coloring, games and quality time with pals from the Wabasso School. Right before students were dismissed for their break, junior and senior girls faced off in the Pirate Stadium for the annual Powderpuff game. Keeping their winning streak alive, the seniors won the showdown, just like they did as juniors last year. Mr. MacMullan would also like to clear up a few rumors and state that "the result had nothing to do with the stellar refereeing."

    For a album of downloadable game highlights, please click here.
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  • From Left to Right: Mr. Baker, Jack Engel, Owen Miller, Cavanaugh Corrie, Mrs. Baker, Savannah Brown and Sophia Cetrulo

    SES Thespians Are "One Step Closer To Being Famous"

    The SES Theatre Department's dedication became quite evident last week, when students Jack Engel, Owen Miller, Cavanaugh Corrie, Savannah Brown and Sophia Cetrulo traveled with the Bakers to the State Thespian Competition during their time off from school.

    Senior Owen Miller says, "I had a lot of fun at the state competition this year during my Spring Break. My favorite activity while I was there was participating in the workshops they offered. My favorite workshop that I did would either be learning Hamilton Choreo or the Beetlejuice Choreo. I am pleased to have scored a Superior on my monologues and would recommend future thespians to experience this competition."

    Junior Jack Engel proclaims, "We’re all one step closer to being famous! Thank you Mrs. and Mr. Baker for such a spectacular opportunity! I proudly represent… troupe 601…… 1 🤩"

    This talented group of thespians came home with all Superior and Excellent ratings, with Owen Miller receiving a Superior for his monologue and Savannah Brown receiving a Superior for her song. Congratulations to all!
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  • Grade 2 visits McKee Garden

    Grade 2 Goes into the Wild

    MJ
    The second-grade class visited McKee Botanical Garden this week but with a twist! Sra. Arias wove Spanish lessons into the tour of the gardens, so students could expand their vocabulary in the sunshine amid plants and trees that were bursting with spring life. While volunteer guides talked to them about plant, animal and bug species, the students practiced their Spanish with delight and passion for nature. We typically only offer highlights of a field trip, but there were too many photographic gems to share, so click for a complete album of downloadable photos.
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner ICONIC DERMATOLOGY & COSMETIC SURGERY

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner ICONIC DERMATOLOGY & COSMETIC SURGERY

    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Iconic Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner DATO CONSTRUCTION

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner DATO CONSTRUCTION

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Dato Construction for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

    Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

    Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

    We are excited to see everyone back on campus tomorrow after a wonderful Spring Break.
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  • Pirate Ball 2024: Buy-In Parties

    Pirate Ball 2024: Buy-In Parties

    Maria is back with a Spring Break update on the Buy-In Parties of the 2024 Pirate Ball. Only two more weeks before you can start "buying in" to these amazing experiences! The Virtual Auction opens March 29. Click here to register, and begin previewing the items today!
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner BAILEY FAMILY FOUNDATION

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner STEVE & LUCIA BAILEY FOUNDATION

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Steve & Lucia Bailey Foundation for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do. 

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Pirate Ball 2024: Virtual Auction Featured Items

    Pirate Ball 2024: Virtual Auction Featured Items

    Maria and Jeff are back with another Pirate Ball update. Get ready for the Virtual Auction, March 29 - April 6, by previewing the Featured Items here. It's all about the ✨glamour, travel and culinary delights✨

    Stay tuned for more updates on the 2024 Pirate Ball.
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  • Team BioBros

    A Big Win at the IRC Envirothon Competition

    Meghan Buckley
    Wednesday morning, 25 upper school and 24 middle school students departed for the 2024 Indian River Lagoon Envirothon Competition. Students had worked to prepare for the competition by studying resources related to the six categories - aquatics, forestry, soils and land use, wildlife and the Indian River Lagoon. All teams performed very well and had a wonderful time answering questions at the various stations set up at the Environmental Learning Center.

    A big congratulations goes out to Team BioBros who brought home trophies for the aquatics and soils categories, overall winner for Indian River County and highest score in the whole competition, earning them a spot at the Florida State Envirothon Competition on Friday, April 19, and Saturday, April 20. Thank you and congratulations to all the students who participated. We hope you come out again next year!
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  • School Reminder for Spring Break

    School Reminder for Spring Break

    Reminder! There is no school Monday through Friday, March 11 - 15, for Spring Break. Enjoy a wonderful, safe week off with family and friends. We look forward to welcoming everyone back on Monday, March 18.
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  • Dads and Donuts: March 20

    Dads and Donuts: March 20

    Lower school dads, please mark your calendar and plan to join your child(ren) after Spring Break for Dads and Donuts on Wednesday, March 20 from 7:30-8:00 a.m. in Alaina Pena-Ariet Lane (the alley between the WAC and the Lower School). We hope to see you there!

    Moms, there are a few remaining spots for volunteering. If you would like to lend a helping hand during the sugar and smile-filled morning, click here.
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  • Save the Date: Pirate Ball is Coming April 6

    Save the Date: Pirate Ball is Coming April 6

    Jeff and Maria are back to remind you to clear that calendar for April 6, 2024! Check out this video for the basics of this year's Pirate Ball. It's time to get that excitement going for the best date night of the year.

    Stay tuned for updates, but don't delay - Learn more and purchase your tickets now at https://www.steds.org/support-ses/pirate-ball.
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  • The US Gears Up for Powderpuff

    The US Gears Up for Powderpuff

    Next Friday, March 8, junior and senior girls will be gearing up for some football, and the upperclassmen boys will be cheering them on from the sidelines. The annual powderpuff game will be taking place on Michael J. Mersky Field from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Families are invited to watch from the stands alongside the upper school students, and Dr. Hirstein and Mr. MacMullan will be grilling up some food for all to enjoy! The Upper School will dismiss after the game.

    Please note: Middle School will conclude at 12:15 p.m., and buses will run at 12:25 p.m. Upper School will dismiss bus riders from the powderpuff game at 12:15 p.m. There is no school for lower school students due to Parent/Teacher Conferences.
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  • February

    Grandparents and Special Friends Day 2024

    Kelly Hudson
    Grandparents and Special Friends Day was a huge success in the Lower School Science Lab. Students, grandparents and special guests were delighted with our new hand-held microscopes. You can click on this link for a glimpse into the lab.

    If you are reading on the lower school newsletter, click on the headline for more photos.
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  • Lower School Parent-Teacher Conferences: March 7 - 8

    Lower School Parent-Teacher Conferences: March 7 - 8

    Jo Giesecke
    Lower School Parent/Teacher Conferences will be in person on Thursday, March 7 from 4 - 7 p.m. and Friday, March 8 from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. There is no school for Lower School only on Friday.  Signups begin Wednesday, February 28, and close at noon on Tuesday, March 4.  Please go to Resources to find the Parent/Teacher Conference tile containing instructions and a link to sign up. 
     
    Also, please be advised that parents are not required to sign up for every teacher and every class. When deciding which teachers to plan a conference with, please refer to your student's most recent progress report or report card and use it as an indicator for the need to schedule a conference.  

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  • CLUE: THE MUSICAL 2024

    Did You Get the Clues?

    The cast and crew of CLUE: THE MUSICAL put on three outstanding performances this past weekend. Were you able to solve the mystery?

    Not only did this talented group take on the task of perfecting 216 possible endings, they also wrapped up their busy weekend by putting in some extra work to strike the set. Singing, dancing, acting AND dismantling; we think this takes them from triple to quadruple threats. Check out the CLUE set breakdown in high speed and two albums of downloadable photos: Album #1 & Album #2.
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  • Marine Bio Students Present at Harbor Branch

    Ecology Students Present at Harbor Branch

    BN
    Saint Edward’s ecology students partnered with the Indian River County Conservation Lands Division and Inwater Research Group to study the spatiotemporal shoreline biodiversity associated with the newly formed salt marsh of the Jones’ Pier Conservation Area. The students attended the Indian River Lagoon Symposium to learn more about current research related to the Indian River Lagoon system and presented their research at the poster session of the event. Scientists commended the students for their knowledge pertaining to the project and their organized and concise presentation of their research. Want to learn more about how Chase Nelson, Emmy Dichter, Kiley Donovan, Millicent Critchfield and Selma Memet researched this project? Click to see the poster they presented and click to read their abstract. Congratulations, girls!
     
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  • AP Students Learn from Visiting Poet

    AP Students Learn from Visiting Poet

    MJ
    AP Literature students gathered together on Friday morning to fine-tune their creative writing skills with visiting poet Joseph Mills, who is in Vero as a guest of the Laura Riding Jackson Foundation. The classes broke out into groups to discuss a seemingly light subject -- their favorite food. But, as creative writers do, Mr. Mills then had the students look at their writing from different angles and discuss. If your Pirate puts grape jelly on his or her garlic bread this weekend, it's your chance to learn more about Mr. Mills' very engaging lesson!
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  • JR Becomes Ferris Bueller for the 2024 Summer Launch

    ICYMI: JR Becomes Ferris Bueller for the 2024 Summer Launch

    JR? JR? JR? We're looking for JR, and he is no where to be found! That's because it's JR's Day Off. He has been busy preparing all of the fun activities for Jolly Roger Adventures' camps, and he escaped the office to get ready for the best summer ever. Click here to catch JR's big screen debut.
     
    JR is ready to start summer, are you? Visit https://www.jollyrogeradventures.org/ to view JRA's 2024 Summer Camp Catalog and register today!
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  • Senior Pato Argote with first grader Warren Essick.

    Love Was in the Air With Seniors and Their Buddies

    Another treasured tradition was celebrated on campus Wednesday. First graders marched down to the Senior Patio and spent their Valentine's Day with their upper school pals. The buddies exchanged heartfelt cards, and a popcorn bar filled with sweet treats greeted them as they arrived on the patio. Their time spent together was filled with big hugs, lots of laughs and friendship bracelet assembly. Seniors and their buddies are truly "butter" together! 🍿
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  • SES Lets The Good Times Roll

    SES Lets The Good Times Roll

    On Tuesday, February 13, the Middle and Upper Schools brought Louisiana to the front circle and celebrated Mardi Gras. Shrimp was boiled, beads were distributed and the band played on as students, teachers, staff and guests enjoyed the beautiful weather and lively atmosphere. Artwork from students was also on display, featuring the "floats" of Mardi Gras. Click here to view a downloadable album of photos from Mardi Gras 2024.
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  • Get a Clue: A Sneak Preview of CLUE: THE MUSICAL

    Get a Clue: A Sneak Preview of CLUE: THE MUSICAL

    Get a clue on CLUE: THE MUSICAL! Just like the classic game, you will be able to play along as the mystery unfolds onstage. Join the cast and crew on February 23 and 24 in the Waxlax Center for the Performing Arts. SES students are free to attend, and all other tickets can purchased online here.

    Before the show, learn more from Technical Director Jeremy Baker, Director Maggie Baker, Stage Managers Emma Kruntorad and Grace Gattuso, Jack Engel (Mr. Green) and Addison Logemann (Mr. Boddy) by clicking on their names. This performance is like no other, filled with orchestra music, audience participation and multiple endings. We look forward to seeing you there!
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  • Trunk Show: March 1 - 3

    Shop Til You Drop at the Trunk Show: March 1 - 3

    The 32nd annual Trunk Show starts Friday, March 1! Begin the month with the perfect girls' night out, and spend your weekend shopping 'til you drop. Check out the schedule below, and visit the 2024 Parents Association Trunk Show page to learn more about the weekend-long event! Be sure to follow the Trunk Show page on Instagram to get a preview of the carefully curated merchandise offered by over fifty vendors from across the country.

    KICK-OFF PARTY
    Friday, March 1, 2024: 6 - 9 p.m.
    *Online ticket sales close at noon on Friday. Tickets will be available at the door.
    GENERAL ADMISSION SHOPPING
    Saturday, March 2, 2024: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Sunday, March 3, 2024: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    *General admission on Saturday and Sunday is included with Kick-off Party tickets or pay $5 at the door.

    Don't forget, being a volunteer gets you in the door for free. Use this link to give a tiny bit of your time and talents for a great cause. See you on campus for the 32nd Annual Trunk Show!
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  • School Reminder for February 16 and 19

    School Reminder for February 16 and 19

    Reminder! Tomorrow is a Faculty In-Service Day, and there is no school on Monday for Presidents' Day. Enjoy the long weekend, and we will see everyone back on campus on Tuesday, February 20.
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner LIVE OAK ANIMAL HOSPITAL

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner LIVE OAK ANIMAL HOSPITAL

    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Live Oak Animal Hospital for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do. 

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner MARSH & MCLENNAN AGENCY

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner MARSH & MCLENNAN AGENCY

    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Marsh & McLennan Agency, for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do. 

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner CLUB 52

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner CLUB 52

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to CLUB 52 for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Bon Temps, Pirates!

    Bon Temps, Pirates!

    MJ
    Clear your calendars now for lunchtime on February 13. It may be the day before Valentine's all over the country, but in Louisiana and our campus, it's Mardi Gras! For the third year in a row, we'll be boiling shrimp and all the fixin's, FLIK will be cooking up some jambalaya and our resident artists are going to be celebrating properly with music and art installations. The event is free and open to all of our families -- just pull up a lawn chair and be a part of the fun.
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  • Help Maria Back Into Her Office

    ICYMI: Help Maria Back Into Her Office

    Click here to witness the desperate actions Maria Segura has taken to provide wine for the Pirate Ball, and learn how you can help support her efforts. You may recognize the grape-stomping scene from the classic, I Love Lucy!
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner DR. ZOEY ORTHODONTICS

    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Dr. Zoey Orthodontics for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Bold & Gold

    Bold & Gold

    Eighth graders at SES were treated to a warm day at Riverside Park focused on leadership, team building and upper school life. Students were grouped into small teams led by two upper school students who were their guides for the day. The teams went through a rotation of stations, including games like volleyball, Back-to-Back (partners and bigger groups stand back-to-back and work together to try to get in and out of a seated position without using their hands) and more. The group ended their time outdoors with a high school Q&A, getting to know their future peers and what to expect in their academic journey. Click here for a short highlight reel from the afternoon.

    A big shoutout to Director of Student Activities Mrs. Stalquist for organizing such a fun afternoon!
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  • Campus and Alumni News Cover

    Winter Watermark Released This Week

    MJ
    Watch your mailboxes this week for the winter Watermark/Annual Report that celebrates "Girl Power." Beginning in September, our design team worked with the Development office to offer a unique and creative double cover issue. The campus and alumni news side celebrates the ASP students, and the Annual Report side celebrates the varsity volleyball team. Unfortunately, our printing partner (in the last step of production) assembled the covers backwards, which makes the issue appear very confusing. They are currently reprinting the overages, so if you would like a correct copy, please email the Marketing Department, and we'll make sure you receive one. Our printer is also sending a postcard to our entire community explaining their error. We're disappointed that this issue that was intended to celebrate the wonderful accomplishments of our girls on campus was compromised, but it certainly doesn't dim our pride for these young women who are already making their mark on the world.
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  • Kick Off Your Trunk Show Weekend

    The first day of the 32nd Annual Trunk Show will be here before you know it! Start your shopping weekend with the perfect night out - bring a friend to the Kickoff Party on March 1.

    Come out Friday evening for steel drumming by the Caribbean Crew, tastings from 21st Amendment Distillery and Southern Eagle Distributing and a fabulous charcuterie board from Tasteful Grazings. *Note: This event is for adults 21+.

    Get your tickets NOW and learn more about the weekend-long event by visiting the Trunk Show page. Want to volunteer? Positions are still open on iVolunteer.
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  • January

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner VERO ORTHOPAEDICS

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner VERO ORTHOPAEDICS

    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Vero Orthopaedics for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Reading Day with Senior Buddies

    Reading Day with Senior Buddies

    Seniors and their first-grade buddies grabbed their blankets, a few books and some sweet treats to gather for the first time of the new year. It was a great afternoon for the students to read, laugh and further grow their friendships. Click here for an album of highlights from the LS courtyard.
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  • Sophomore Larissa Peterson

    Sophomore Takes the Shakespearean Stage

    Looking for something to do this weekend? Our very own SES sophomore Larissa Peterson will be appearing in the Vero Beach Theatre Guild's rendition of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Become immersed in the witty language, the dramatic sets and lighting and the passion of the Shakespearean dramedy - only four performances from February 2 - 4! Tickets can be purchased here.
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner VERO BEACH ROOFING

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner VERO BEACH ROOFING

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Vero Beach Roofing for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
     
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  • We Need YOU for the Trunk Show!

    We Need YOU for the Trunk Show!

    All hands on deck! Erin Clarkson, Katy Corrigan and Shannon Norvig need YOU! Check out this video for the rundown on volunteering at the 32nd Annual Trunk Show from Friday, March 1, to Sunday, March 3. Volunteers can choose dates, shifts and times, and you don't need any special skills. Volunteering gives you the opportunity to meet other SES parents, or you can team up with a pal and spend some quality time together helping the School. Sign up now to volunteer - you'll have fun and help a great cause!

    Get a sneak peek of the fabulous vendors on Instagram @steds.trunkshow.verobeach and learn more about the weekend-long event by visiting the Parents Association Trunk Show page.
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  • D5 Alive Basketball Tournament

    D5 Alive Basketball Tournament

    All are welcome to join Saint Edward's this weekend at the seventh annual D5 Alive Basketball Tournament.

    The D5 Alive Foundation was established in loving memory of former student and coach Montavius Darell Flowers. Darell bravely battled Renal Medullary Carcinoma (RMC) and sadly lost his fight in 2015. This event is a celebration of Montavius' life and spirit and a critical platform to educate the community about early detection and screening for the Sickle Cell trait, which is vital in the fight against RMC.

    To learn more, please visit the D5 Alive Foundation page: https://www.facebook.com/D5Alive/
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  •  Thanks to Our Corporate Partner SPALLONE FAMILY DENTISTRY and ASSOCIATES

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner SPALLONE FAMILY DENTISTRY & ASSOCIATES

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Spallone Family Dentistry & Associates for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do. 

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • HOF 1993 LAX Award

    ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME 2023 INDUCTEES

    MARIA
    The 2023 Athletic Hall of Fame awards were presented by Athletic Director Eileen Pliske at the holiday party last month.  This year's recipients were Maddy Blakeman '12, Collier Proctor '11 and the 1993 Varsity Boys Lacrosse Team.  Family, friends and former coach, Andrew Scheffer, attended and celebrated the athletes' induction.
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  • AHP 2023 Group Shot

    2023 ALUMNI HOLIDAY PARTY

    The 2023 Alumni Holiday Party was an evening full of festivity and holiday spirit as classmates reminisced with faculty and staff and cheered former classmates inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame. It was truly a night of celebration. For those of you unable to attend this incredible gathering click here to see photos from the evening.
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  • The Mallon Family after the concert. Sienna, a junior at SES, was seated Second Chair, Alto Saxophone in the top High School Honor Concert Band.

    A Number of Reasons To Be Proud of Our Musicians

    40 band directors from the surrounding four counties, including Mr. Hengen, registered students for the event.
    18 Saint Edward's musicians were accepted into one of the Four County Honor Bands. 
    5 world-renowned clinicians from as far away as Buffalo, NY, served as directors and mentors for the event. After
    10 hours of grueling rehearsals, students performed a concert with
    1 Band, 1 Sound.

    Please click "read more" or on the headline for a full list of student musicians accepted.
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  • MENS ALUMNI LAX 2023 PLAYERS

    MENS ALUMNI LAX HIGHLIGHTS

    MARIA
    This past December, Saint Edward's School alumni, as well as a few dads, came together to participate in the second annual mens alumni lacrosse game on campus. The event featured graduates who spanned several decades from the 90's through 2023.  Spectators loved the Kona-Ice and snacks while watching the teams square off on a shortened field with fewer face-offs, making for a fast-paced match enjoyed by all in the stands.  We can't wait to see what these players have in store for next time. So save the date for next year's event, December 20, 2024.  Here are some highlights from this year's men's game.
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  •  Thanks to Our Corporate Partner SHAMBO SCHWIBNER GROUP

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner SHAMBO SCHWIBNER GROUP

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Shambo Schwibner Wealth Management Group, for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do. 

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • WOMENS LAX 2023 PLAYERS

    WOMENS INAUGURAL LAX GAME

    MARIA
    The first SES womens alumni lacrosse game took place in December, kicking off an exciting evening of alumni lacrosse. The ladies showed everyone their passion, as well as their skill, for a sport most of us don't ever have a chance to play once we have graduated high school or college. Spectators enjoyed the game, officiated by our new athletic director, Eileen Pliske, and were given play-by-play updates by Jeff Petersen '99 and Jon Sternberg.  We look forward to seeing these ladies on the field again next year.  Special thank you to alumna Cami Cappelen '08 and Michele Sternberg for helping coordinate this event.  Check out some of the highlights from the ladies game.
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  • ‘Building a Bridge’ to a Bright Future

    Kelly Hudson
    Working together, our third-grade students had a blast creating K’NEX bridges. They got hands-on and had loads of fun learning about forces and how bridges are made. Guess what they found out quickly? Triangles make structures super strong!
     
    Throughout this process, students participated in designing, building, testing, and improving their bridge designs. In a climactic “Index Card Challenge,” students tested their team’s bridge strength by stacking index card packets onto their bridge until it collapsed. The bridge that held the most index card packets from Mrs. Spadaro’s class was designed by Zoey Atkins, Georgie Harper, Austen He, and Katrin Walsh and held an impressive 72 packets. Team members Alexander Brown, Charlie Lenzner, Clara Shackelton, and Payton Clarkson from Mr. Schofield’s class held an amazing 142  packets on their bridge. This super-fun K’NEX bridge project served as a dynamic platform for our young learners to understand engineering concepts better while encouraging continuous improvement and critical thinking. You can click on this link to get a glimpse into the classroom. 
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  • The 2024-2025 Tentative School Calendar is now available

    2024-2025 Tentative School Calendar

    MJ
    It's hard to believe that it's already time to start thinking about the next school year, but here we are! The Tentative School Calendar is now available on steds.org and mySTEDS divisional parent information portals. Please remember that this calendar is subject to change with both additions and date adjustments, especially over the next couple of months. Always use the live calendar on mySTEDS for the most up-to-date information.
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  • A "Stitch" in Time

    Melissa Buza and Shelby Fontana
    Several third, fourth and fifth-grade students in the Innovation Lab Studio opened the door to a whole new world of self-expression by exploring the fundamentals of sewing. Not just a practical skill, sewing is an art form that brings creative visions to life through fabric and thread. Selecting fabrics and learning the basics of sewing, students made cute pillows and a sports banner. This lifelong skill fosters patience, attention to detail, and problem-solving skills. We are excited to add four new sewing machines to our Studio. We are excited to see what our young designers dream up!
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  • Bingo Night, 2024

    Bingo!

    MJ
    Last night's Parents Association Bingo was a big hit for all who attended, where Jack and Chris's mom, Cathy Curley, showed off her square-calling skills to a rapt and competitive audience from age 2 to 72! Pirates fought hard for cash prizes, Pirate's Booty cheese balls and hard-earned bragging rights. The Jones family won the raffle of a basket of family game night goodies, and one sweet little Pirate named Maggie donated her big prize back to the PA so all of her classmates could benefit even more from the funds raised to support the School. 

    There's already talk of another event in the future, so keep your eyes peeled for Bingo Night 2.0 -- it's sure to be an even bigger hit! Watch for an album of downloadable images next week.
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  • Rosie's Walk

    Students in PK4 read the story Rosie's Walk by Pat Hutchins in correlation with the Developing Roots Pre-K Math Curriculum and the lesson on positional terms.

    We created an obstacle course in the classroom so the students could follow Rosie's walk and put the positional terms to use. They also had an opportunity to practice fine motor skills by tracing Rosie's path back to the henhouse. What a fun way to practice these important skills!
     
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  • Upcoming PA Meeting: January 30

    Upcoming PA Meeting: January 30

    Parents from all divisions are invited to the Peter B. Benedict Library on Tuesday, January 30. Join the Parents Association for a general meeting at 8:15 a.m. Topics of discussion will include athletics, fine arts and Jolly Roger Adventures programs. Click here to add this event to your calendar.
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  •  Thanks to Our Corporate Partner ROSSWAY SWAN TIERNEY BARRY OLIVER, P.L.

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner ROSSWAY SWAN TIERNEY BARRY & OLIVER, P.L.

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Rossway Swan Tierney Barry & Oliver, P.L. for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do. 

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • January's Coffee with the Counselor: Being Intentional

    January's Coffee with the Counselor: Being Intentional

    Parents of lower school students, come in on January 23 at 8:15 a.m. to meet with Kristi Schofield. The first Coffee with the Counselor event of 2024 will feature a discussion about being intentional. It will be taking place in the Peter B. Benedict Library.

    If you have any questions, please contact Kristi Schofield.
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  •  Thanks to Our Corporate Partner PREMIER ESTATE PROPERTIES

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner PREMIER ESTATE PROPERTIES

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Premier Estate Properties for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do. 

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • College Night with the Deans: January 22

    College Night with the Deans: January 22

    All college-bound students and families of Indian River County,
     
    You are invited to College Night with the Deans on Monday, January 22, at 7 p.m. in the Waxlax Center for the Performing Arts. Our panelists will join us from the University of Florida, Boston College, CU Boulder and the University of Tampa. These institutions represent in-state and out-of-state private and public schools to give you the opportunity to learn how to make your applications stand out. The admissions leaders will sit on a panel and will then open the floor for questions. Please come prepared with questions written down.
     
    We would like to see everyone attend - this event is free and open to the public! Click here to add this event to your calendar.
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner O'DARE & DOBSON - ONE SOTHEBY'S

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner O'DARE & DOBSON - ONE SOTHEBY'S

    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to O'Dare & Dobson - ONE Sotheby's for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do. We appreciate all you do. 

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Thank You for Attending the Wine Extravaganza

    Thank You for Attending the Wine Extravaganza

    Donations are still being accepted! If you were unable to attend the Wine Extravaganza, you may still donate a bottle of wine that retails for $50 or higher to help support this year’s Pirate Ball auction. Contact Maria Segura at msegura@steds.org or 772-492-2352 for more information.

    #sespirateball2024
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner RYAN NORVIG - DALE SORENSEN REAL ESTATE

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner RYAN NORVIG - DALE SORENSEN REAL ESTATE

    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Ryan Norvig - Dale Sorensen Real Estate for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • Donate your family games to the library!

    How's Your Game?

    MJ
    If your January plans include cleaning out closets and cabinets, the US Library is looking for some good, clean fun! Mrs. Cooksey is happily taking donations of family games (think Monopoly, Scrabble, Uno, Sorry, etc.) that are fully intact with all of the pieces and parts. Please drop off your donations at the circulation desk -- the students will appreciate your thoughtfulness.
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  • MS Trips Parent Meetings

    MS Trips Parent Meetings

    If you have students in the Middle School, keep your eye on January's calendar for the MS Trips Parent Meetings. All meetings are at 3:30 p.m. in FA113. Dates for specific grade levels are listed below.

    Seventh Grade Parents: January 17
    Sixth Grade Parents: January 18
    Eighth Grade Parents: January 24
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  • College Night with the Deans 2024

    Upcoming Events with College Counseling

    All college-bound students and families are invited to College Night with the Deans on Monday, January 22, at 7 p.m. in the Waxlax Center for the Performing Arts. Panelists will join us from the University of Florida, Boston College, CU Boulder and the University of Tampa. This free event will give you the opportunity to learn how to make your applications stand out.

    Additionally, Junior College Night is on Wednesday, January 10 at 7 p.m. in the Waxlax. This is a mandatory meeting for all juniors and at least one parent. College Counseling will be reviewing the college admissions process and giving out important paperwork and deadline information.
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  • Junior College Night: January 10

    Junior College Night: January 10

    Juniors and parents of juniors, please join College Counseling for Junior College Night on Wednesday, January 10, at 7 p.m. in the Waxlax. This is a mandatory meeting for all juniors and at least one parent. College Counseling will be reviewing the college admissions process and giving out important paperwork and deadline information. Please bring a pen or pencil with you.
     
    If you are an international student who is NOT applying to colleges in the United States, you do not have to attend this meeting.
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  • Thanks to Our Corporate Partner THE MOORINGS REALTY SALES CO.

    Thanks to Our Corporate Partner THE MOORINGS REALTY SALES CO.

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    We are so grateful for our 2023-24 Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Thank you to Moorings Realty Sales Company for supporting Saint Edward's School! We appreciate all you do.

    Check out all of our Corporate Partners and Family Patrons. Click here to learn more: Saint Edward's School Corporate Partners  #SESCorporatePartners2023
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  • PA MS Division General Meeting

    PA MS Division General Meeting

    Middle school parents, join the PA Tuesday, January 9, for a general meeting. All MS parents are invited to the Peter B. Benedict Library at 8:15 a.m. to learn more about programs in the Middle School. This is a great opportunity for fifth grade parents to get a peek into middle school life as well!
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