For Mary, that she grew up with Seton gives more meaning into why helping a student have a “eureka moment” brings one of the best feelings in the world.Read More »
Alumni Profile: John Shanley – with Thomas More College in Rome
Seton Alum John Shanley on "why" Thomas More College and how a semester in Rome has raised his awareness of the good, true, and beautiful.Read More »
The Guild Program at Thomas More College
The Guilds at Thomas More College are rooted in the belief that developing practical skills is essential to a well-rounded education and a flourishing life.Read More »
How Do I Get There From Here? Counselor Tips on Getting Ahead…
If you have more school than a year left, try these simple, practical, time-saving tips from homeschooling mom and Seton counselor Laura Clark.Read More »
Ten Lessons About Homeschooling from the Ranch
Leigh's life lessons about children and homeschooling are a real-life mix of trusting God, taking the bull by the horns, and worth reading.Read More »
Your Questions Answered: Is American Literature Still Required?
Is the American Literature course required?, How does the Parchment Transcript Service work?, Any tips on finishing the school year?Read More »
Saint Brigid of Kildare – Patroness of Ireland
Blessed with a generous spirit, Brigid, born to a slave, was graced to perform many miracles, do great works, and go on to inspire a nation.Read More »
In the Schoolroom – Winter Poetry
It is important that young people read and write poems and getting them started can be simple. Mary Ellen Barrett shows us how.Read More »
Classical & Early Christian Studies at Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College
A unique program in a remarkable setting, Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College is equipping Catholic scholars and teachers of the next generation.Read More »
Staff Series: Laura J. Clark – Elementary Counselor
My greatest satisfaction at Seton is teaching that homeschooling is about cultivating a love of learning that lasts a lifetime.Read More »
A Life Well-Lived and Traveled
Vanessa was hesitant and intimidated, but with prayer, patience, and Seton her confidence in homeschooling grew and her son excelled.Read More »
Lessons About Theology from Two Humble Teachers
Two humble saints show us why we must travel beyond merely knowing “about” God and come to know intimately the Three Persons Who IS God.Read More »
What’s the Best Preparation for High School English Essays?
Questions about course extensions, the grading queue, or the best way to prep for an English essay? Your Seton Counselors are here with answers.Read More »
How Do You Ensure Prompt and Cheerful Obedience in Your Children?
Setting clear expectations for a child's behavior is part of the advice from experienced homeschooling moms. But ensuring obedience requires more.Read More »
Your Questions Answered: Can a New Student Join Seton Halfway through the Year?
Seton counselors answer: Can we enroll mid-year? How much time for holiday break? How often should I check my high schooler's progress?Read More »
How to Raise Virtuous Boys
If your goal is to “raise virtuous boys,” then here are ten tips on what to prioritize in your homeschool education.Read More »
Let’s Make a Movie! JPCatholic’s Feature Film Program
At John Paul the Great Catholic University, students don’t need to wait until graduation to begin impacting the culture for Christ.Read More »
Cultivating My Creativity at JPCatholic – Seton Alumni Nicholas Haren
Look behind the scenes to meet a Seton, now a John Paul the Great grad; a dedicated filmmaker ready to enter the competitive field of Acting.Read More »
Country-Raised and Cousins – Meet The Dirty Boot Band
The family that prays together stays together and as these seven cousins witness, sharing interests make those bonds of prayer even stronger.Read More »
And Two Pesky Parakeets…How Can I Balance All of This?
Finding balance in homeschooling may be out of reach but look, an unfurling ribbon of tiny, stunning performances is at your fingertips.Read More »