African American Cultural Club — Led by English Teacher Ms. Jayne Penn, the African American Cultural Club has more than 30 members. AACC helps promote diversity at Prep through events like the annual MLK ceremony. Although the club is ethnic specific, it is designed to foster integration of students of all backgrounds, regardless of color, into the SEED Program.
ASPIRA (Hispanic Cultural Club) — ASPIRA's mission is to educate students of all backgrounds on issues and topics that pertain to LatinX members of our community and communities around the world.
Chinese Cultural Club — Students in the Chinese Cultural Club learn about all aspects of traditional Chinese culture. They also learn Mandarain and enjoy Chinese films and games like Mah Jong.
REIGNS (Respect Education and Inclusion of Gay and Non-binary Students) — REIGNS is one of three clubs that help to promote diversity in the schools by addressing issues pertinent to each culture. Although the title of each organization is specific, the clubs are designed to foster integration of students of all backgrounds into the SEED Program. REIGNS is a place for all students to openly discuss LGBT issues and promote diversity, inclusiveness, and education. The club seeks to raise awareness to protect and respect all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender expression. Meetings focus on exploring LGBT history, literature, or current events for discussion and reflection.
April Diversity Dinner — Held each spring, the SEED Diversity Dinner welcomes all of our SEED students and their families to the Student Life Center for a sharing of food from a variety of cultural backgrounds.