Seeds of Health, Inc. was incorporated in 1983 designed to address the health and educational needs of Milwaukee- area women, adolescents and children.
The programs operating under the Seeds of Health, Inc. umbrella include Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program and five schools, one K-4 through 8 elementary school and four high schools, each with a distinct mission. Since opening its first school in 1988 serving 25 students, Seeds of Health, Inc. has progressively expanded its educational services and currently serves approximately 1,300 students and has the only K-12 charter school system in the State of Wisconsin.
Seeds of Health, Inc. operates its schools through partnership and charter agreements with the Milwaukee Public Schools and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and the WIC Program through the Department of Health and Family Services.
Seeds of Health is proud to announce Sherry Tolkan's retirement after 28 years of dedicated service. Staff, family, and colleagues gathered together on November 19th to celebrate her many achievements. Sherry Tolkan joined the Seeds of Health family in 1991 as a social studies teacher at Grandview High School.
Due to the ongoing generosity of Herb Kohl Philanthropies, 110 students and chaperones from Seeds of Health Elementary, and MC2, Tenor and Veritas high schools toured Washington, D.C. from October 5th-October 9th