SummarySeton grad Emma Hackett says the Seton curriculum is an irreplaceable gift and advises students to use all of the resources and absorb as much as they can!
I was homeschooled through Seton Home Study School for nine years, from Third through Twelfth Grades. I loved the richness of both the academic and spiritual formation that I received through Seton.
After Seton, I attended Christendom College, majoring in English. The Seton curriculum was the best preparation I could imagine for the rigors of college academics, and it also gave me a firm foundation of knowledge and love of my Faith upon which to build.
Since graduation, I co-founded a nonprofit theatre company in Baltimore called Lumina Theatre Company, with the mission of affecting the culture and glorifying God through the arts.
I believe that the arts are one of the most powerful tools we have for affecting the minds and hearts of individuals. The ability to reach those on both sides of the curtain with stories that are thought-provoking, uplifting, and rooted in a Catholic imagination gives me such great joy and a real sense of purpose in my work.
I think the best advice I can offer a current Seton High School student is to take advantage of this time! The Seton curriculum is an irreplaceable gift, so use all of the available resources and absorb as much as you can!