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 »
Staff Series: MaryRita Gies – High School English Counselor
High school English Counselor, MaryRita Gies enjoys helping students get their wheels turning to decide what to write about and help fine-tune their essays.Read More »
Staff Profile – Theresa English, Academic Counselor
Theresa was prepared to teach English as a Second Language. Instead, providentially, she landed in Front Royal, ultimately to be a guiding light at Seton.Read More »
Why is Grammar So Difficult? And Why Should I Bother?
When we communicate beauty, goodness, and truth, the eternal, we fulfill the highest purpose of language. This communication is not possible without grammar.Read More »
Congratulations Seton Class of 2020!
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!Read More »
Using the Power of the Arts to Change Hearts and Minds
Seton grad Emma Hackett says the Seton curriculum is an irreplaceable gift and advises students to use all of the resources and absorb as much as they can!Read More »
Is it Better to Turn In Finished Work Altogether or by Subject?
"Is it better to turn in completed work altogether or when a student's individual subjects are completed?" Dr. Clark answers a frequently asked question.Read More »
Meet Sean O’Connor, Seton High School English Counselor
Seton high school English counselor Sean O'Connor finds great satisfaction in helping students find the answer and enabling them to get on the right path.Read More »
Can Military Families Homeschool with Seton Wherever We Live?
Dr. Mary Kay Clark offers practical tips for military families homeschooling overseas, online courses, and fewer restrictions for homeschooling families.Read More »
An Alumni Profile of Seton Grad Tricia Walz
Seton Home Study School and Benedictine College graduate Tricia Walz's passion is helping youth build strong Catholic friendships and grow in their faith.Read More »
Maid of Orléans St. Joan of Arc Patron of Soldiers and France
At 13 years old, Joan began hearing the voices of saints who gave her a mission from God; to save France. Against all odds, she succeeded.Read More »
Is It Okay for Me to Look at the Tests Before My Son Takes Them?
Seton Home Study School's Dr. Mary Kay Clark has advice on test prep, the most important subjects, and the best ways to develop thinking and writing skills.Read More »
Six Simple Tips for Creating a School Year Routine That Works
Designing a routine can be fun; carrying it out is the difficult part. Breana English shares six easy tips she's found for creating a routine that's doable.Read More »
The Amazing Lifetime Value of English Courses
Dr. Robert Rice explains why your Seton English courses are among the most valuable you will take and will provide a head start in achieving your career goals.Read More »
Is it Necessary to Memorize the Catechism Answers?
In this round of Q & A's from homeschool families, Dr. Mary Kay Clark responds to memorizing the catechism, standardized testing, summer school, and more.Read More »
4 Ways Bite-Sized Goals Can Help Students Catch Up
Breana English - a homeschooler teacher and Christendom grad - brings 4 encouraging tips to keep things small and doable, and engaging!Read More »
I’m Not Good at Math, and Have a Hard Time Teaching it. Help!
Dr Clark answers a number of questions from homeschooling families, such as how to teach math when you're not good at it yourself.Read More »
Mastering English with Seton Homeschool Before it Masters You
Talk to any veteran of Seton Home Study School, and you’ll hear the same story: Seton English is tough, but when you’ve finished it, there’s little in the academic world ...Read More »
The President’s List: How Seton Prepared Me for Excellence in College
by Leslie Pike | Without a doubt, many parents fear that homeschooling will not adequately prepare their children for college. With the Seton curriculum, this is not a problem.Read More »
High School English at Seton Home Study School
The curriculum is extremely focused on English. Second only to the study of religion, studying English sits at the front and center of Seton Home Study School’s approach to education.Read More »