The SEED School of Washington D.C. is excited to be launching the fourth year of the SEED-Georgetown Writing Center partnership!
During the semester-long program, SEED students visit Georgetown University’s campus each week to access tutoring services from the school's Writing Center.
Since the program began, 100% of student beneficiaries reported improvements in the academic writing linked to their participation in the SEED/Georgetown partnership.
This year, our goal is to raise $1,125, the amount needed to enroll five SEED students in the program.
Working with their tutors in a college environment is an empowering, enriching experience for our students.
This Giving Tuesday, become part of these students' success by donating to our campaign!
The SEED Public Charter School of Washington, D.C. (SEED DC) is the nation’s first public, urban boarding school that provides an innovative, intensive, college-preparatory educational program that prepares children both academically and socially for success in college and in life beyond. SEED DC is located east of the Anacostia River in the Southeast quadrant of the city and is home to more than 340 students in grades six through twelve.