The SEED School of Washington, D.C. (SEED DC) is the nationís first public boarding school whose primary mission is to provide an intensive, college preparatory educational program that prepares students, both academically and socially, for success in college and life beyond. SEED DCís integrated program brings, under one roof, the critical 24-hour support necessary for children to realize their full potential.
The SEED Foundation was established in 1997 by Eric Adler and Rajiv Vinnakota on the belief that children in an urban environment could benefit from a public, boarding educational program. A year later, The SEED School of Washington, D.C. opened its doors at The Capital Childrenís Museum with 40 seventh grade students and added students each subsequent year. In 2001, the School moved to its permanent campus located in Ward 7 of the District. In 2004, SEED DC reached full capacity and graduated its first class of seniors, all of whom were accepted to college.
SEED Public Charter School is a Charter School organization
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