Seton’s Guidance & Records office is eager to exceed your expectations as they help you and walk with you on your journey!Read More »
We Love These Books! Seton Counselors Share Favorites
To encourage students to take up literature for learning and enjoyment we asked the Seton Counselors for their favorites from the Seton bookstore.Read More »
Helping Children Find Lessons in their Struggles and Setbacks
Three experienced homeschooling moms share methods to help their children learn life lessons as they deal with struggles and setbacks.Read More »
Setting Heavenly Priorities in the New School Year
Deacon Gene McGuirk offers simple prayerful habits that will last a lifetime and help you grow in holy perfection until God calls you home.Read More »
We’ve Started, But Can I Exchange a Course?
Your Seton Counselors are here to answer your questions by phone or email. Here is a sampling of timely Q & A for the new school year.Read More »
Best Week Ever 2023: Christendom College Summer Program
“It truly WAS the best week, and I’ve never enjoyed myself more with a group of teenagers like I have at the program."Read More »
Saint Maximilian Kolbe: Knight of the Immaculata
St. Maximilian is patron of journalists, families, prisoners, the pro-life movement, the chemically addicted, and eating disorders.Read More »
‘Tis A Gift to Be Simple: Making This Summer the Best Ever!
This summer, here are some delightful, wholesome tips to help our young people discover pleasure and freedom in the simple things.Read More »
Impossible Odds: Why We Should Never Ever Give up
Use the two traits of these three heroes to help stand up for your faith and freedom in an age that wants you to lie down.Read More »
Staff Series: Heather Hibl – Elementary Counselor
Having homeschooled her children for 18 years using Seton, Elementary Counselor Heather Hibl can truly say, “I’m right there with you.Read More »
Homeschool Families Thrive at Christendom
Christendom has become the natural destination for homeschool families—with more than 60% of the student body coming from home education. Richard and Monica Blank wanted something different, something better, for ...Read More »
Nurturing a Vocation in the Home
At the heart of my parents’ decision...was the conviction that education is worthless when detached from the Way, the Truth, and the Life.Read More »
The Wonderful Gifts of Homeschooling – The Lara Family
As with many families in military service, the Lara family appreciates the continuity homeschooling allows in their studies and curriculum.Read More »
Ask the Experts: How do you balance school, activities, and church commitments?
The homeschool veterans have four simple tips to help you balance your homeschooling lessons, extra-curricular activities, and church commitments.Read More »
What’s New for the 2022 Seton Curriculum?
Here are the significant Seton Home Study School curriculum changes in 2022: new books and courses and exciting lesson plan format changes.Read More »
A Marriage of Beauty and Function: The New Lesson Plan Design for 2022
By separating the subjects, your Seton lesson plans are now fully customized which will avoid confusion, especially for new families.Read More »
Do High School Students Need Science Labs?
Seton Counselors answer timely questions including: Are science labs required and must we complete all assignments before re-enrolling?Read More »
St. Dymphna – Model of Purity, Patroness of Mental Health
St. Dymphna lives on to comfort the nervous and emotionally challenged and her adoptive Belgium town is the model for innovative health care.Read More »
Patriotism and Our Young People
Jeff Minick explains the necessity of educating young people about our patriotic heroes and how, through reading, this can be achieved.Read More »
Your Questions Answered on Grading, Teaching, and Transcripts
Seton Academic Counselors have answers on expedited grading, offer counsel on struggling readers, and explain how to get a transcript.Read More »