The SEED School of Los Angeles County
Why SEED LA?
Sophia Echavarria (SEED DC '04) shares how SEED gives young scholars the opportunity to escape the challenges that home life may bring, and provide them with the support they need to reach their full potential.
About SEED LA
SEED LA is a college-preparatory, public boarding school, managed by The SEED Foundation, preceded by The SEED School of Washington, DC, The SEED School of Maryland, and The SEED School of Miami.
SEED LA seeks to serve youth who would benefit most from a 24-hour learning environment, students who:
Meet low-income requirements
Live in underserved areas of LA County
Are referred by mentor, pastor, social worker
Have experienced homelessness
Are “resilient youth” engaged by county child welfare system
Have families who live in Vermont/ Manchester neighborhood