The SEED School Miami

LAST UPDATED: November 08, 2017
Education & Youth Development
The SEED School of Miami is a college-preparatory, public boarding school for South Florida students. Our mission is to provide an outstanding educational program that empowers students to be successful, both academically and socially, in college and beyond. It’s an historic year for The SEED School of Miami! We recently welcomed our fourth class of 6th graders to campus with a record number of enrolled students, and opened the doors of our high school to our founding scholars in the Class of 2021. Most notably, The SEED School of Miami has relocated onto our new, and permanent campus in Opa Locka. At SEED Miami, our students live at the school from Sunday evening through Friday afternoon. Using the gift of time that comes with a 24-hour program, SEED reaches beyond the traditional school day and teaches students to thrive in a rigorous academic environment, to be ready for college, and to develop essential character traits for lifelong success—perseverance, self-confidence, and self-discipline.
8004 NW 154 Street
Miami Lakes, FL 33016

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Kara Locke, Ed.D.
Head of School
George Cabrera
Director of Finance
Theresa Thomas
Director of High School Academic Affairs
Eric Lewis
Director of Admissions & Enrollment Management
Giovanna Angulo
Director of Operations
Derik Washington
Dean of Student Climate and Culture
Miguel Rivera
Director of Middle School Student Affairs
Cristine O'Hara, Ed.D.
Director of Middle School Academics
Tiffany Graver-Smith
Assistant Director of Development
Janee' Brown
Development Associate


This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.