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The SEED School of Maryland is a statewide, public, college preparatory boarding school that opened in August 2008. Currently the School has enrolled 402 students in grades 6 through 12. SEED is an extraordinary educational opportunity for students from across the state to receive a tuition free, college preparatory, boarding education.
The SEED School of Maryland combines a rigorous and engaging academic curriculum with life skills and enrichment activities to provide students with a thoughtfully balanced learning and living experience. Students and their families commit to a seven year educational program that offers small class size, high quality teaching and learning experiences, mentoring, community service and extracurricular activities such as sports and arts.
The school is centered around its core values which are: compassion, self-discipline, integrity, respect for oneself and others, responsibility, honesty, and self-determination.
The SEED School of Maryland staff are in partnership with parents, families and communities to guide and support student success. The school follows a typical academic school year calendar.
The SEED School of Maryland is located in southwest Baltimore on a secure fifty-two acre campus. The campus is comprised of an academic building, dormitories, faculty housing, and athletic and recreational facilities.
All SEED students live on campus from Sunday evening through Friday afternoon, when they return home for the weekend. The dormitories are organized into small "houses" of 10-12 students per student life counselor for afternoon and evening routines such as study hall, house meetings, and social activities. We provide a safe and caring 24 hour boarding experience. Our relationship with parents and guardians is essential to the success of their child while at SEED. There are many opportunities for parents and guardians to be engaged and involved in the school.