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Seashore Middle Academy

Seashore Middle Academy

Phone: 361-654-1134
Fax: 361-654-1139
Address: 15437 SPID
Corpus Christi, Texas 78418

SCS Liaison to Island Foundation Board of Directors:

Aaron Huffman

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00-4:00


About Us

Seashore Middle Academy is an open-enrollment, public charter school serving grades 5-8. The Academy's tuition-free program provides a college-preparatory curriculum for students living in Padre Island, Flour Bluff, Port Aransas, the Naval Air Station, and the National Seashore.

Seashore Middle Academy provides a rigorous curriculum, small class sizes, and opportunities for students to receive individual attention for remediation and acceleration. Seashore offers multiple levels of math, a lab-based science program, and technology integrated into every classroom. Each student has access to a laptop computer for use during and after school. High school credit courses, including Spanish, Health, Communications Applications,Theatre 1 and advanced Math courses may be completed during the seventh- and eighth-grade years. Because SMA is a school of choice, parents and students considering this school should be committed to regular attendance and consistently turning in homework and completing assignments. In order for your student to be successful, this must be a goal shared by all. Please consider this school wide philosophy as you make your choice.


You may contact us by email:
Director: Barbara Beeler
Registrar: Claudia Detore


4th grade Welcome to SMA!

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Supply Lists

2015-2016 5th Grade supply list

2015-2016 6th-8th Grade supply list


Immunization Information

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Health Department Immunization Clinic

1702 Horne Rd. Rm 21



Seashore Mission Statement

To prepare all students for success in an ever changing, high-tech global community.

Seashore Vision Statement


Nondiscrimination Statement
Seashore Middle Academy will not discriminate in admissions based on gender, national origin, ethnicity, religion, disability, academic, artistic, or athletic ability, or the district the child would otherwise attend. This applies to all Career and Technical Education programs.