SEED school of Maryland students reside on a beautiful 52-acre campus equipped with two dormitories for student housing. All students reside in a “house” within the dormitory named for a college from which a faculty member graduated. Each house consists of 12-14 students in which students share daily living routines and participate in a variety of after school activities. The student life component provides an environment that offers the student a wide range of enrichment activities, character building classes, and academic support that occur both before and after the academic day. Students reside on campus from Sunday night to Friday afternoon.

The character building curriculum focuses on the School's eight core values: Responsibility, Respect, Compassion, Empathy, Integrity, Self-Discipline, Self-Determination, and Perseverance. Classes take place three days per week in a variety of settings and with an array of activities.

The Planting the SEEDs of Success is a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant program funded by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE). This grant allows us to provide opportunities for our community to establish and expand activities that provide opportunities for academic enrichment that are designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of participating students so they are able to meet State and local standards academic achievement standards in core academic subjects like reading and mathematics. To learn more about our 21st Century Learning Community Program, please, click here.

Zenobia Judd-Williams
Interim Director of Student Life

Shaneen Powell
Sr. Student Life Manager (Morning and Evening Programs)

Frederick Goodman
Student Life Manager (Evening Program)

Quania McLaughlin
Student Life Manager (Evening Program)