SEED Maryland's Second Commencement Ceremony!

Congratulations to the Class of 2020 for graduating this past Saturday! As we celebrate SEED MD’s second graduating class, we look forward to supporting the next group of intelligent and accomplished young adults as they make their way into the next phase of their lives--college! Thank you again to all of those who attended this incredible event, and to our commencement speaker, Kieffer Jackson Mitchell Jr., who delivered an inspiring speech to SEED Maryland’s newest graduates. View the entire album on The SEED Foundation's Flickr page.

Join Us for the Final 2015-2016 SEED Maryland Board of Trustees Meeting

The final Board of Trustees meeting of the school year take place on May 31, 2016 at The SEED School of Maryland, 200 Font Hill Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21223.  This meeting will become open to the public from 2:30pm to 3pm, and parents are invited to attend and share reflections about the school program.  If you would like to attend, please RSVP to by May 26, 2016.

Help Celebrate our Seniors, Ed & Barbara Brody, and Building a Better Baltimore!

Don't miss the opportunity to talk with our extraordinary students and support their dreams! Please join us for our upcoming Senior Dinner, where we will honor longtime supporters Ed and Barbara Brody, on Thursday, June 2nd. Our panelists, Kevin Liles, Wes Moore, and Martin O’Malley will discuss “Building a Better Baltimore: A Conversation on the Path Forward.” Tickets can be purchased here or by clicking on the special invite below. 

Naming the Rales Campus

Last Friday, the SEED Maryland community paid tribute to the extraordinary generosity of the Rales family and other supporters, whose generosity made the school a reality. We were also delighted to be joined by several visionary legislators, including Congressmen Steny Hoyer and John Sarbanes, Senator Ben Cardin, Secretary of State John Wobensmith, CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools Dr. Gregory Thornton, Maryland State Delegate Benjamin Brooks, Sr., and Deputy Secretary of State Luis Borunda, who have tirelessly championed our SEED Maryland students. 

They were able to see the fruits of SEED's model firsthand. Maia Fulton, a member of SEED Maryland's inaugural graduating class and a freshman at Towson University, shared words of wisdom with current students: "To the students in the room: sometimes giving up will seem like the only option, but if you hang on for a little while longer, you will see that not giving up is worth it. With the help and support from SEED and the College Transition & Success team, I was able to overcome obstacles standing in my way of a college degree."