Our Mission:

Seeds of Hope cultivates minds and hearts for Christ by striving to make a transformative Catholic education financially accessible to any family who seeks it.

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"Exceeds industry standards and outperforms most charities in its Cause."

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Seeds of Hope recently earned a

4-star rating (the highest possible for transparency, financial health and governance)

from Charity Navigator, the nation's largest charity evaluator.

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2019 PLATINUM Guidestar Seal of Transparency

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The Latest:

Interview with Mr. John Zimmerman, Seeds of Hope Board of Directors Chairman

John Zimmerman serves as Seeds of Hope’s Board Chairman. John has seen Seeds of Hope through major transitions and expansions in his time on the board and as Chairman. In his day job, John serves as President of Ascent Private Capital Management, where he leads the efforts to provide clients with the integrated services they…
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First Day of School During Pandemic: Catholic School Perspective from Kate Kelly

I love the first day of school! What’s not to love? It is filled with hope and excitement, anticipation, and nervousness. It is the day on which we collectively agree that summertime is over, and it is on to new adventures! On the first day of school, my brain is whirling with thoughts of how the…
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One Teacher’s Experience – An Interview on How Life Has Changed

What has your overall teaching experience been over the last few weeks? Over the past three weeks I have been working many more hours than usual. I’ve been learning how to teach online and learning to use many teaching tools I have never used, even as a master teacher. The students have been great with…
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A Day in the Life – Mr. Dennis, St. Rose of Lima Catholic Academy

As I shuffle back into the house from my morning walk with my dog, I hear that the coffee pot has finished running.  That reassures me, as I know I will need a full six cups to stay alert today.  This is the start of Week 3 of distance learning with my students thanks to…
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