SEED offers community education classes that support mental health needs and lifelong learning of adults as they develop to their full potential in the community. Our vision is to be a model program serving mental health needs of community members in an adult education setting.
We've moved to 1780 West 7th Street (across the street from Riverside)
Winter classes start January 3, 2014
How to Register
New student registration starts January 13, 2014.
If you are new to SEED or returning after a break, please call and schedule an appointment. Open enrollment allows students to start classes throughout the quarter.
Classes in 5 academic areas
Monday through Friday
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Cost: Call for details
1780 West 7th Street, 1st Floor
Saint Paul, MN 55116
SEED was established in 1972 by the Saint Paul Schools Board of Education as a contemporary living skills program providing community living skills for adult community members experiencing mental illness. Since its beginning, more than 15,000 community members have enrolled in the SEED program. Each semester approximately 300 learners develop academic skills for career development and entry into post-secondary education in more than 50 classes.
Referral & Enrollment Process
Referrals should be made by the learner’s social worker, mental health professional or by the learner through self-referral. Learners must also go through an intake interview. Learners can attend classes one-five days a week Certificates of program participation are issued at the end of the school year.
Classes are available to Ramsey County residents meeting certain guidelines. Classes are open to persons in surrounding counties on a fee basis. Students can pay privately if they are not enrolled in County Services. Please contact our office for more information.
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Saint Paul Public Schools Community Education
Questions? Please call 651-767-8179
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