Seaward Academy

Setting Sail Today Towards Tomorrow's Future

Seaward Academy is featured on DC Government One City Youth website!

Seaward Academy is pleased to announce that we have been listed on the One City Youth website along with other summer camps in the DC region. To learn more about camps in the DC area, visit ONECITYYOUTH.DC.ORG. 

Seaward is Approved Vendor for DC Agency

Seaward Academy is proud to be an approved vendor the the DC Child and Family Services division of Child and Family Services Administration. In this capacity, we are able to offer our camp and tutorial services to foster and adoption families in the District. Seaward  welcomes our new partner to the Seaward Academy family!

Catch Our Ad in the Hill Rag!

Check our our summer camp ad in the Hill Rag and East of the River newspapers. We hope to introduce other students in the metro Washington area to our quality program. Open up the paper beginning July 1 and spread the word about our awesome summer camp!

Congratualtions to Langston Golf Course and The Wake Robins!

Our historic  home golf course, Langston Golf Course and The Wake Robins Women's golf group were inducted into the National Black Golfer's Hall of Fame on March 23, 2013. Come out on June 8, 2013 from 1-5 at  Langston Golf Course to celebrate this accomplishment.


Langston Golf Course, Washington, D.C.

Located just minutes from Capitol Hill, Historic Langston Golf Course is a part of the National Park System.


Langston Golf Course opened in 1939 as a 9-hole course.  The course was built as a segregated golf facility.  It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and is named for John Mercer Langston, the first African American popularly elected to office (1855), founder and first dean of Howard University’s Law Department, first president of Virginia State University, and the first black congressman elected from Virginia (1888).  Frequented by golfers of many ethnic backgrounds, Langston is traditionally played by African American golfers. 


Over Langston’s long history, African American golfers have been consistently loyal to Langston.  Since the 1930s, it has been the home course of the Royal Golf Club, and the Wake Robin Golf Club, the nation’s first golf clubs for Black men and women, respectively.



Wake Robin Collectible Insert


Wake-Robin Golf Club, Washington, D.C.

On August 6, 1936, the Wake Robin Golf Club of Washington, D. C., was formed. This was the first all-Black Women Golf Club in America.

Thirteen women held their first meeting at the home of Helen Webb Harris at 79 R Street NW. She was an educator and the wife of a prominent Washington physician. Each founding member was married to an associate of Washington's all-Black, all-male Royal Golf Club, and they were tired of staying home on weekends while their husbands played. They weren't trying to get into country clubs; they just wanted to get on the golf course.

 Welcome to our Reading Tutors, Kim and Alecia!


 We are pleased to announce our reading component to our program. The reading tutors are experienced and certified educators with specialization in reading, English and special education. They prepare pre- and post-assessments to plan instruction for struggling readers and to design a program that works for each individual child. If you are interested in learning more about our reading tutorial program, please contact us. 

             Our New Partnership offers new experiences


Students at Tyler ES and Maury ES will have the opportunity to begin building their solar sprint cars couresty of the Electric Vehicle Association of Greater Washington, DC's grant to Seaward Academy. Students at these schools will learn how solar energy works, the importance of gear ratios, the infusion of measurement, and the role of car design as they build their cars. Competition between these schools will take place so that the winners will compete in the metropolitan Washington area (MD/VA/DC) competition in early May.