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Dr. Deonn Bostic Stone
3001 Hopkins Street
Savannah, GA 31405
(912) 201-5330

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The Beach Institute was opened to educate the newly freed slaves in 1867. Over the years, Alfred Ely Beach has become an "icon" of the Savannah-Chatham County community. Some of her most notable alumni have gone to become President of Savannah State College, Georgia State Senator, Mayor of Savannah, and Dean of a major university in New England.

Currently, Beach offers a strong academic program that includes the district's only CISCO networking academy. Students who complete this program are eligible to take the CISCO Certified Network Associate examination.

Our Health Professions program has a long and rich partnership with Memorial Health University Medical Center and CVS Pharmacy which provides internships for our students.

Both of our varsity basketball teams were the 2004 regional champions; the girls made it to the elite eight and the boys made it to the final four in the state playoffs. In 2006 the boys basketball team played in the finals of the state championship tournament.  In 2007 both of our varsity basketball teams were again regional champions.  Our girls played in the elite eight, and our boys played in the semi-finals of the state championship tournament.

  • Staff shall assume responsibility for providing effective quality instruction for all students.

  • Students shall assume responsibility for their own learning.

  • All stakeholders shall collaborate in the development of the total educational program.

  • A safe and orderly environment promotes academic achievement.

  • Learning style, cultural backgrounds, or other diversities enrich learning.

  • High expectations challenge and increase student performance.

  • Students’ active involvement in the learning process enhances their ability to make appropriate decisions.

  • A comprehensive quality curriculum will enhance student success in a technologically based society.