The SEED Foundation

The SEED Foundation

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12/20/2023

"Before SEED, I felt like teachers didn’t have high expectations and I didn’t have the chance to become a better me. At SEED, I get more opportunities. I’m a fast learner, and I like when my teachers give me more to learn. I’ve gone from a C student to an A student and I’m much more confident socially. When I go home, my family notices the difference in me. SEED is giving me the opportunity to be the daughter I want to be for my parents."

- Hailey, SEED LA ‘26 The SEED School of Los Angeles County

Photos from The SEED School of Miami's post 12/19/2023

SEED Miami students got a true college experience hosted by Johnson C. Smith University

SEED Stories: Cendy Vides, Founding Director of Family and Community Engagement at SEED LA — The SEED Foundation 12/13/2023

A first-generation college graduate herself, SEED LA director of family and community engagement Cendy Vides has devoted her career to paving pathways to college success. Read what SEED LA's mission means to Cendy at the link below.

SEED Stories: Cendy Vides, Founding Director of Family and Community Engagement at SEED LA — The SEED Foundation Cendy Vides, the founding director of family and community engagement at The SEED School of Los Angeles County, shares her story and what fuels her commitment to the students and families of the SEED LA community. I am the first in my family to graduate from high school, a four-year university, a

12/11/2023

Artwork created by our SEED Scholars! Thank you .co for this immersive experience!

12/07/2023

The SEED Foundation is proud to be part of this year's CFC giving program! If you are a federal employee or retiree, you can select The SEED Foundation as your choice of charity by entering code 48707. Please share with any federal employees in your network.

11/29/2023

Ebony Grant joined SEED because she was inspired by our mission. She wants every student to have the same advantages and access to education that she did, and has seen first hand the impact of our work. From all of us here at The SEED Foundation, thank you to everyone who made Giving Tuesday a success! Your gift truly makes an impact.

11/29/2023

SEED opened up the world to Dominque Perkins (SEED DC '11, University of Tennessee ’15)--literally. Her study abroad experience at SEED sparked her desire to learn about different cultures and shaped her sense of self as a global citizen. She has since traveled to 25 countries, with no plans to slow down. Give the gift of experiences this Tuesday with a donation to the SEED Foundation. Watch Dominique tell her SEED Story here: https://vimeo.com/879203318?share=copy

SEED Grad_Balin 11/28/2023

To Balin Carey (SEED DC ’12, Bowie State University ’19), community is the core of SEED's work. From middle school all the way through college graduation and beyond, students and graduates like Balin can count on the continuous support and encouragement of the SEED community. Can The SEED Foundation count on you this ? Watch Balin tell his SEED Story here:

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SEED Grad_Tyrhee 11/28/2023

At SEED, Tyrhee Moore (SEED DC ’11, West Virginia University ’15) discovered his passions and talents. Staff at SEED encouraged him to envision a bigger future for himself. His love of the outdoors, leadership skills, and drive to uplift his community took root at SEED. The next generation of changemakers like Tyrhee is at SEED today--will you support their futures with a donation to The SEED Foundation this ? Watch Tyrhee tell his SEED Story here:

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Giving Tuesday 11/28/2023

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SEED Grad_Ikeya 11/28/2023

At SEED DC, Ikeya Janaury (SEED DC '06, Southern New Hampshire University '18) found a network of caring adults committed to fostering her growth, and a community that remains her family to this day. Because they believed in her, she believed in herself, and knew she could succees in college and beyond. At SEED, we strive to replace barriers with building blocks so our students can reach their full potential. Please donate this ! Watch Ikeya tell her SEED Story here:

SEED Grad_Ikeya This is "SEED Grad_Ikeya" by The SEED Foundation on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

11/27/2023

A gift to The SEED Foundation transforms lives, says SEED Foundation board member Rosalia G-H Miller. SEED is a community that makes it possible for students and graduates to discover and follow their paths to success. The energy and committment of SEED champions like Rosalia sustain our work. Please show your support for college success for all and support SEED this !

11/16/2023

Giving Tuesday is less than two weeks away--save the date to make an impact with a donation to The SEED Foundation. "Twenty-five years later, I am still grateful for our SEED experience. My kids enjoyed it, so I enjoyed it. They received a stellar education, graduated college, traveled, and met people from all over the world. Today they are both thriving." - Jackie Echevarria, parent of two SEED graduates.

Photos from The SEED Foundation's post 10/26/2023

This week, employees from JBG SMITH visited The SEED School of Washington, D.C. for a panel discussion and networking event. SEED DC seniors had the opportunity to learn about college and career pathways and ask questions about navigating their future.

JBG Smith has been a SEED partner for over 20 years, and through its JBG Smith Cares program has invested more than $5 million and 15,000+ hours of service in local nonprofit organizations.

SEED Stories: The Da’Costa Family — The SEED Foundation 07/28/2023

“SEED is my village,” says Michael Da’Costa, the proud mother of five grown children, all of whom graduated from SEED DC and from college. Read about the Da'Costa family and their decision to choose SEED.

SEED Stories: The Da’Costa Family — The SEED Foundation “SEED is my village,” says Michael Da’Costa, the proud mother of five grown children, all of whom graduated from SEED DC and from college. When Ms. Da’Costa was first introduced to SEED DC, she was looking for a school that would offer her children a safe place to go as well as a positive en...

Photos from The SEED School of Miami's post 07/13/2023
Photos from The SEED Foundation's post 06/15/2023

During the month of May, seniors at The SEED School of Washington, D.C., The SEED School of Maryland and The SEED School of Miami celebrated the milestone of every high school journey - making your college decision! Our seniors celebrated their commitments amongst peers, staff and family who have been there throughout their time at SEED. This is just the beginning of their next step towards college completion! Congratulations to all of our seniors and to seniors across the country who are preparing for their next chapter!

Student describes how Seed School of Maryland changed her life 06/13/2023

This past weekend, SEED Maryland hosted their 2nd Annual Run Up To Juneteenth 5K Run/Walk, an uplifting event promoting the importance of health, wellness and education in Baltimore, MD. Ahead of the event, WJZ featured 6th grader, Elizabeth P., who expressed her success at SEED so far! Click the link to hear her story.

Student describes how Seed School of Maryland changed her life The second annual run-up to the Juneteenth 5K Run hosted by the Seed School of Maryland​ is just a few days away.

06/13/2023

Congratulations to the SEED graduates of the class of 2023! The future is yours!

The largest class in SEED MD history received their diplomas today.

Please join us in congratulating the CLASS OF 2023!
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05/11/2023

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! The hard work and dedication our SEED school's staff have is crucial to the growth and success of our SEED students. We appreciate the teachers across the SEED network and teachers across the country who help shape the future leaders of tomorrow.

05/01/2023

May 1 marks for high school seniors across the country. SEED seniors across the network are announcing and celebrating their college commitments all month long. Stay tuned for updates!

Photos from The SEED School of Washington, D.C.'s post 03/31/2023
03/31/2023

The 2nd Annual Legacy Ceremony presented by the Israelson Family Foundation is around the corner on March 28th. Register before it’s too late — You don’t want to miss this meaningful event!

Photos from The SEED School of Los Angeles County's post 03/31/2023
The SEED Foundation 2022 Annual Report 02/23/2023

In this year’s Annual Report: 25 plus Years of Providing College Preparatory Education in a Public Boarding School Setting, we highlight the stories of SEED students, graduates, and champions in their own words. Their experiences illustrate the far-reaching effects of a SEED education and exemplify what inspires our work every day.

The SEED Foundation 2022 Annual Report The SEED Foundation 2022 Annual Report celebrates 25 plus years of providing college preparatory education in a public boarding school setting.

02/14/2023

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May is almost over, but the celebrations are not. Our SEED seniors are still making their announcements of where they ar...
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