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Congratulations Seton Class of 2020!

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We present to you five members of the Seton Home Study School Class of 2020 with a snippet on their Seton experience and future plans. Godspeed graduates!

We are proud to introduce five of our 2020 graduates! These fine young people represent the variety of post-high school choices available to Seton graduates, from the military to seminary to local universities.

Seton students are well prepared to succeed in their endeavors, and we are grateful to have been a part of their lives thus far. May God bless and keep all of our wonderful graduates, as they go forward, helping to build the kingdom of God.

Ben Baker

Graduates

The Seton Home Study program has been incredibly fulfilling for me. It has helped me to connect with other homeschoolers using the program and has opened up endless opportunities.

Overall, the Seton program has provided the foundation for me to grow stronger in my Faith. I’ve gained insight and better understand aspects of my Faith that were previously hard to grasp.

I plan to pursue a career in law enforcement to serve and protect the people of the community. It’s a way for me to give back for the support I received through my high school experience.

In today’s times of trial, both in the home and outside, a well-rounded education is one of the essential tools to succeed. Seton has given me those tools which I’m sure will continue to assist me beyond the halls of graduation.

I will always be grateful for that.

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Zachary Edicola

Graduates

Since third grade, Seton has enriched my life in many ways but particularly, the fantastic English courses, which have helped in many other pursuits.

Last year, I participated in the Virginia Aerospace Science and Technology Scholars program. This online course sponsored by NASA required a research paper every two weeks for several months.

With my Seton preparation, I succeeded and was invited to spend a week at a NASA research facility. I was also accepted into two Engineering Programs with offers of academic scholarships.

Through Catholic Harbor, Seton’s online student forum, I’ve made lifelong friends around the globe and serving as a Student Moderator provided invaluable leadership experience.

All in all, Seton has well-prepared me for college in my chosen field of study, Aerospace, at Virginia Commonwealth University.


Jacqueline Kelly

Hi! I am from Front Royal, Virginia, the second oldest of six siblings, and a Seton student K-12. In March 2020, one of my major dreams was fulfilled when I was accepted into the U. S. Air Force Academy.

Seton’s flexibility has given me the time to balance academics and being active in my community. It also has helped me develop a passion for what I learn. Most importantly, homeschooling has given me the best foundation for life, a strong Catholic education, and has shown me the value of family and the importance of a good work ethic.

At the Academy, I plan on majoring in History or Foreign Area Studies. After graduation from the USAFA, I hope to qualify for a slot in undergraduate pilot training and eventually fly the F-22 or the F-35.

To my fellow Seton students: if you have a dream, set goals, and take the initiative to give yourself the best possibility of fulfilling it.


Franklin Sosa

Graduates

I am 19 years old, was born in Union City, New Jersey, and am the youngest and the only son of seven children.

My parents emigrated from the Dominican Republic about 30 years ago. My education began in the public school system but in high school, I felt isolated.

It was like I was in a bottomless pit.

Then Seton Home Study School came along, and God completely turned my life around. There have been challenges, but they have forced me to lean on God and helped me develop my faith.

About five years ago, I received a calling to the priesthood. My Seton education made it possible to answer that call. God willing, I’ll be on to seminary this summer to begin my 1st year of Philosophy. Seton has given me the basics that I need to begin philosophy and the spirit and patience that I will need if the good Lord allows me to become a Priest.


Maria Tumminaro

Gradiates

Living on Long Island, New York has provided me with a homeschooling experience like no other. I have been blessed with a wonderful Catholic homeschooling group, where I made lifelong friendships and partook in unique academic opportunities including field trips to the finest museums, theatres, and oratorios.

Seton’s accredited and authentically Catholic education prepared me for the rigors of college-level academics and shaped me as a person, spiritually, and in character.

Serving as a student moderator on Catholic Harbor, Seton’s online community for students and alumni has helped me develop essential skills. Through my participation in Catholic Harbor, I discovered Ave Maria University.

At Ave Maria, I plan to major in Psychology with a minor in Shakespeare in Performance. I am thrilled to be continuing my studies in a truly Catholic environment.

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