Davises donate school to Foundation

Published: Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 05:31 PM.

The Davises donated land for all three buildings. 

As for making any more such donations, Davis said he is presently in talks to see whether he can and will donate land on which to build a high school which would be an extension of Seaside Neighborhood School.

"There is the possibility of donating the Lyceum and land for more school buildings," he said. "But it is still in talks. The idea for Seaside Neighborhood School depends on students being engaged in the community and its cultural activities. We are talking to see if it can be worked out."

Seaside Neighborhood School currently serves grades six through nine.

The first expansion will occur when SNS opens its first high school this fall for grades nine and 10 on the Northwest Florida College South Walton campus.

Its first elementary school follows in the fall of 2014 at Alys Beach.

The school is set to add an 11th grade in 2014, with a 12th grade slated to follow suit in 2015.

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