The Bishop Seabury Association of Parents (BSAP) supports school life at Bishop Seabury Academy by fostering strong relationships among the school, parents, teachers, and staff.
All parents, guardians or adults standing in loco parentis with students currently enrolled at Seabury are members of BSAP. All parents are encouraged to be fully invested the education of their children, to feel welcomed, and involved.
BSAP committees play a large role at Seabury and offer a variety of opportunities for engagement through volunteering and financial support. We would love to have you participate! See below for ways to get involved!
For more information email: BSAP@seaburyacademy.org
- A financial donation assists in supporting BSAP-sponsored events and projects.
- You may designate your donation for a specific event or project in the Comment section of the form.
- You will receive an email confirming your donation.
Thank you for your donation!
Each month BSAP offers our community the opportunity to purchase gift cards from local grocery stores. The grocery card program is the PRIMARY funding source for BSAP. The cards are sold at face value and BSAP receives a discount on their purchase. We receive 6% of the card value from HyVee, Checkers & The Merc, 5% from Natural Grocers & Sprouts, and 2.5% from Walmart.
Place your grocery card order ONLINE by the 15th of the month for pick-up (at Seabury) by the 1st of the following month. Orders placed after the 15th will be available the next month.
An email confirmation will be sent out when the grocery cards are ready for pickup, usually around the 1st of the month.
PAYMENTS OPTIONS:1. Send payment through your online checking account before you pick up your order at Seabury.2. Pay with check, made out to BSAP, when the order is picked up.
Grocery cards may also be purchased for school events. For more information please email: email@example.com
Thank you for your Grocery Card purchase!
Volunteer on a Committee
Work with staff partners in the Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts departments by organizing events, activities and refreshments for the theater productions, choral concerts, and art projects.
This committee is responsible for collecting, managing the clothing for and organizing the events for the clothing exchange as well as storing and sorting the donations for events as well as donating excess clothes to local charities at the end of the events.
This committee manages BSAP fundraising by processing orders for grocery cards and managing receipts for grocery receipt programs. These critical efforts provide the majority of the much-needed income for BSAP for the entire year.
Help to create a pleasant outdoor environment for the Seabury community with both student and adult participation. The Grounds Committee organizes routine work days throughout the year to do general clean up and maintenance around the campus.
This committee creates a welcoming environment by organizing, staging, and providing refreshments for a number of events throughout the year as well as organizing ways to show staff and teacher appreciation.
Work with Seabury staff to plan, organize, and promote two parent education programs each year. These program nights offer an opportunity for learning, connection, and social time for parents and faculty.
Help organize and execute various school events throughout the year to promote community and school spirit. Some favorite student events are Casino Night, and Palooza.
This committe works to organize various events throughout the year that promote community and school spirit. Some of the favorite student events are FallSports kick-off, Late Night and Nine Miles @ Night.