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Finalizing College Applications

by Bob Wiesner | The usual deadline for college acceptance lies in March. At that point, colleges will generally expect a high school transcript which is complete except for the final twelfth grade courses.

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College Isn’t for Everyone!

Seton is clearly a rigorous academic program, designed to enable students to excel in college. But, for any number of good reasons, many Seton graduates do not continue their studies after high school. Truth to tell, a liberal arts college education really is not mandatory for success in life or salvation; students who choose to enter the work force or the trades after high school are not therefore second-class citizens!

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Pope Francis and ‘Heavy Lifting’ Evangelization

During the past several months, Pope Francis has insisted that priests and religious should go into the streets and do some heavy lifting in evangelization. Workers in the Lord’s vineyard cannot allow themselves to become complacent, but should seek out difficult tasks in the real world.

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Ready, Set… Wait a Minute!

Ready, Set… Wait a Minute!

Your books have arrived, the kids are eager to begin, the family energy level is high and prayers for the help of all the educator saints have been fervently said. Ready, set…hold on just a minute! Take a deep breath and remember one word: ORGANIZATION!

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Private Graduations

Private Graduations

Graduation from high school is a big deal.  Earning the diploma is a real rite of passage in a young person’s life and should be recognized by great celebration.  Although ...

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Spiritual Preparations

Spiritual Preparations

The most important final preparation for college lies in seeing to your continued spiritual health once you are away from home and on your own.  The basics are quite clear, ...

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Final Academic Preparations

Final Academic Preparations

You’ve finally just about completed everything for your long-anticipated diploma.  There is still the fourth quarter Government test, one English essay, and a Religion test.  Summer is just around the ...

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Service Academies

Service Academies

The United States Military Academies offer an outstanding education for applicants interested in a military career. Students accepted to the Academies pay no tuition and minimal fees in exchange for ...

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Choosing the Right College

Choosing the Right College

There are thousands of colleges in the United States. How does a student decide which institution is a good fit? Many factors need examination before the final choice. Perhaps the ...

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ACT and SAT

ACT and SAT

Most colleges require either the SAT or the ACT test as part of their admissions process. These days, many colleges will accept either test, though they usually have a preference ...

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Early Admission to College

Early Admission to College

Many colleges offer students the opportunity to apply for early admission. This is a process whereby students who are very certain of which college they wish to attend may be ...

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Studying for the PSAT

Studying for the PSAT

The PSAT test is given in October each year, usually on Tuesday and Saturday of the second week of the month. This test is used to determine the National Merit ...

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