First-year student Christa Zwicker explains why a Seton Home Study education is an invaluable preparation for Our Lady Seat of Wisdom.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 »
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 »
Ave Maria University – Student Profile: Liz Wolf
I want to be a saint and constantly strive to be the best version of myself by doing what is right, not what is easy.Read More »
Seton Alumni Profile: Anthony Klein
Seton’s rigorous writing load prepared me for the writing demands in college, and the readings gave me a solid foundation for my studies at Belmont Abbey.Read More »
Simple Tips on Starting Your School Year Well
Cubbies and a rolling cart are some of Mary Ellen's simple tips to get your homeschool year off to a great start. It's a short read but rich in advice.Read More »
The Secret to Successful Classroom Management
High school counselor Nick Marmalejo offers a 3-step strategy to set a new course for educational motivation, or strengthen the old one, for your review.Read More »
My Unexpected Diploma in Lifetime Learning
I will never lose my love of learning new things. Through my decision to homeschool, God’s grace has intervened in a way I can only now fully appreciate.Read More »
At Times I Wonder, Should We Continue Homeschooling?
The school year starts out so smoothly but when life happens, embrace the flexibility homeschooling offers and be grateful to be with your family every day.Read More »
This is Why I Love Seton’s Online Printable Lesson Plans
Seton's Online Printable Lesson Plan Creator can make your homeschool day run so much more smoothly and help students with independence and accountability.Read More »
Congratulations Seton Graduates!
On Seton Graduation Day 2021, Dr. Mary Kay Clark offers motherly advice to keep the graduates on a path close to God and true to their supernatural purpose.Read More »
Grateful for A Helping Hand: A Seton Family’s Journey
Navigating a plan for your child with different academic needs is stressful but Seton believes all children deserve the best Catholic education possible.Read More »
Alumni Profile: Patrick Caughron
At Thomas Aquinas College, I no longer fought to be always right. I allowed the truth to speak to me rather than trying to make it conform to my opinions.Read More »
Homeschooling With Our Special Friends the Saints: A Visit With the Sanborn Family
Here in the homeschooling Sanborn family is that sort of living, breathing faith all of us pray for, points of light and hope in the shadows of this world.Read More »
What If I Need More Time to Finish My Coursework?
Need more time to finish your coursework? It's as simple as an email or phone call or your counselor can show you ways to finish faster in some courses.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 »
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton – Inspiration for Homeschoolers and Catholic Families
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton waits in Heaven for requests from homeschooling families for patience, understanding, and the insight to teach difficult lessons.Read More »
Think Outside the Oval
John Clark shares his insight on multiple choice tests, academically-challenged yet holy saints, and what it all has to do with your journey toward God.Read More »
St. Thomas More: Defender of Marriage and Fatherhood
When homeschool fathers need inspiration, ask for St. Thomas More’s help, to be like him, “God’s good servant”, offering love and sacrifice for our family.Read More »