Seton is committed to helping our brothers and sisters in Christ overcome financial barriers and to supporting their homeschool journey.Read More »
Ask the Experts: How Do You Teach Children Virtues?
To teach a virtue, I sometimes let my kids make unwise decisions which teaches them far more than I could by bailing them out.Read More »
Your Questions Answered – What if We’re not Finished by June?
Not Finished by June? No worries! Can students retake a test Yes! Authenticate documents with an apostille? Absolutely! Read on for more...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 »
Ask the Experts: What is the Greatest Lesson I Have Learned in Homeschooling?
The most precious nuggets of advice, chosen for you from decades of homeschooling by three experienced moms. There's something here for you.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 »
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 »
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 »
Ask the Experts: How Does Your Family Keep Advent Holy?
Whether keeping it simple, focused, or penitential, our experts share how they use Advent time to best prepare for the Christ Child.Read More »
In the Schoolroom: Crafting Your Gratitude Journal
Gratitude needs the habit of observation and awareness of God's gifts. This simple craft for children makes developing that habit so much fun.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 »
Ask the Experts: What Unexpected Gifts has the Pandemic Presented?
Thrive, find peace, enjoy the day; four homeschooling moms share how the pandemic has altered their approach to school and family life in surprising ways.Read More »
We Are Behind in Some Subjects. How Do I Get Back on Track?
Catching up, staying on track, or trying to get ahead? The Seton Academic Counselors are waiting for your call or email on all your homeschooling questions.Read More »
Standardized Testing Made Easy With Seton Testing Services
Seton Testing Services can confirm that your student's academic progress is on track, ease their test anxiety, and help boost their SAT or ACT score.Read More »
Why Your Morning Routine is the Key to Homeschooling Success
Four experienced homeschooling moms on how a good morning routine helps you motivate the kids, brings you closer to God, and showers blessings on your home.Read More »
First Day of Home School Video
A treasure of first day of school photos from Seton Home Study School families. From Pre-K through high school, these fresh, happy faces are an inspiration.Read More »
This is Why We Homeschool
Families homeschool for better education and to strengthen family ties but chief among the reasons may be keeping God at the center of their lives.Read More »
It’s Fun to Learn with Saintly Seton Magazine Posters
Free to Download! Colorful saint posters for your classroom wall or refrigerator door make it easy to learn about these saintly heroes.Read More »