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Ernest W. Seaholm High School Overview

2436 West Lincoln Street, Birmingham, MI 48009 , Tel: +1 (248) 203-3702 Birmingham Public Schools
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    Type: Public High School
    Grades: 9-12
  • 1351

    Students

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Ernest W. Seaholm High School Ratings & Reviews

July 26, 2017 Submitted by a parent
A great, highly rated school that has opened up opportunities for our two sons. This feels like a private school, the more involved you are, the better the outcomes.
January 15, 2017 Submitted by a student
Seaholm is great, but it's important to take classes you want to take and get involved in clubs! Obviously there are some classes that everybody has to take, and with those you just have to get through it. The required math and science classes are rough, but you shouldn't let these classes define your high school career! It's better to focus on classes with smart, and passionate students who like the same subjects you do. Some classes with hardworking, students are AP Lit and AP Euro. Since the level is so high only dedicated students take them. Plus the teachers are great.Getting involved is also very important. If you're unsure what to do I would suggest the Quidditch club. It's not just for Harry Potter fans, lots of the members are football players, or friends of the people in charge. Everyone is very friendly, the game is hilarious, and it's a great way to meet different people. Don't let the slightly obnoxious advertising turn you away- this is the best club at Seaholm!
January 13, 2016 Submitted by a community member
Fantastic school! I was more than prepared for college. This school was harder than the public university I went to.
March 16, 2014 Submitted by a community member
Pro's Safe school Con's Trimester schedule with 70 minute classes is not as good as semesters. Staff is not professional or friendly toward students or parents. Teachers expect kids to teach themselves by watching videos and using google. Teachers verbally attack students, have their obvious "favorites" and have been caught following porn sites on class social media accounts. Half to three-quarters of the student body come from very rich families and look down on the less fortunate students all while raising money for the "poor" to gain community service hours and attract local media attention. Average to below average students are ignored while advanced placement/honors students (usually the students' whose parents are paying for tutoring by a teacher in the district) are celebrated. Teachers and staff protect one another when mistakes or inappropriate behavior is identified. This protectionism attitude goes all the way to the top positions in the district's administration. The school and district will hide/ignore many things in an attempt to protect the public reputation of the district even at the expense of student well being.
March 06, 2014 Submitted by a student
I am a student at Seaholm currently, and I really enjoying a lot of the teachers here, though many I think could do better. I am torn because I feel half of the student body are very kind, caring, and open, while the others are exactly the opposite. I definitely would believe it would be hard to come to this school from out of state and not knowing anyone previously, because people have "friend groups" already. The classes are very challenging (good) and a lot of the students have parents who push them to do well, and so they do. Some students expect they're going to ivy league colleges or something. Some days I feel as though I would recommend the school and other days no. I also feel as though everything is ultra-competitive, and other students or even staff judge you if you get one bad grade on an assignment or if you don't have the latest designer clothing trends and cell phone. One thing that stood out to me is that 4 times in one trimester different teachers of mine were absent, and substitute teachers never showed up!!! The school did nothing about it. As I mentioned previously, I feel some days I would recommend it and other days I wouldn't. -Student
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Average Rent in Birmingham, MI

  • Birmingham, MI Average Rental Price, August 2018$1,639/mo
  • Studio$1,406
  • 1 Bedroom$1,365
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,695
  • Studio$1,406
  • 1 Bedroom$1,365
  • 2 Bedroom$1,695

Birmingham, MI Apartment Rent Ranges

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  • $1,001-$1,50032%
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Birmingham, MI Education Statistics

  • No High School1%
  • Some High School9%
  • Some College13%
  • Associate Degree4%
  • Bachelor Degree38%
  • Graduate Degree36%

Apartments and homes for rent near Ernest W. Seaholm High School

Your child’s education is your top priority. We know that because—well, you’re looking at this page, aren’t you? If you think your kid would feel right at home at Ernest W. Seaholm High School, and you are contemplating moving closer so the little rascal will never miss a class, we have some good news for you and your family. Commute will never be an issue if you pick an apartment within 5 miles of Ernest W. Seaholm High School, and that should not be hard as you can currently choose from 50 apartments for rent available in this part of Birmingham. Not familiar with rent prices in the area? The cheapest apartment near Ernest W. Seaholm High School is currently at Highland Towers Senior Apartments, renting for $600 per month, but if $2,745 is still within your budget, check out the more luxurious offers at Arbor Lofts - Southfield, MI. Or just do what most other parents do and go for the middle ground—that’s where you get the best value for money most of the time.

Things you should know about Ernest W. Seaholm High School

Before you start packing, make sure Ernest W. Seaholm High School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Ernest W. Seaholm High School is a well-known public 9-12 school in Birmingham. It is located at 2436 West Lincoln Street, Birmingham, MI 48009 and it is the second home of 1351 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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