Seaside Neighborhood School expanding into Alys Beach

Published: Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 03:58 PM.

“We’ll keep it small, just like Seaside,” said Brubaker. The sixth through ninth grades are 133 students, and the student body of the K-5 school will stay around 116 students.

Enrollment will be determined by a lottery system, with drawings held concurrent with the sixth through ninth grade lotteries, around April or May.

Local parents and community members are invited to learn more at a community forum to be held Oct. 9, 5 to 6:30 p.m., at Seaside School in the Lyceum Room above the third building.

An announcement for the event said this will be the first of multiple forums to discuss the project. 

“A lot of people have questions; we’re doing this to make sure everyone knows about the project,” said Brubaker. She added that like the rest of the community, “We’re really excited about it.”

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