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Why the Explosive Growth of Seton Students Outside the U.S.?
Reasons for Seton enrollments by families living outside the U.S. include wanting an education in English and Covid-19 making homeschooling more acceptable.Read More »
Frequently Asked Questions about Dual Enrollment in College Courses
“Some of the most frequently asked questions I receive from high school families are about dual enrollment in college courses. I hope this helps. - Nick M.”Read More »
May I Enroll My Student in Only a Few Courses?
The needs of every family and student are different so Seton offers a full program or just a single course or two, to address a family’s particular needs.Read More »
Looking for the Latest News on Seton’s 2020 Graduation?
The latest news on Seton Graduation 2020: while homeschooling continues uninterrupted, Seton Graduation 2020 ceremonies have been postponed, details below. Can you tell me what is going on with this ...Read More »
Connect with Seton Families – Over 1,000 Join in Seven Months
Over 1,000 families have joined the Connect with Seton Families program in seven months, meeting and trading questions and answers about homeschooling.Read More »
What’s a Good Rule of Thumb on Moving Children Ahead a Grade?
Parents should make the final decision, but Dr. Mary Kay Clark says be careful with these subjects to avoid leaving a student with critical knowledge gaps.Read More »
During the Holidays, Should I Keep My Homeschooling Schedule?
Dr. Mary Kay Clark shows how a modified homeschooling schedule can help families enjoy their holiday activities without falling behind in their assignments.Read More »
Kindergarten to Christendom: A Dewey Homeschool Tale
'It's simple: we need Christendom College.' Homeschoolers Douglas and Leni Dewey have10 children, and with Christendom, they keep building Christ's Kingdom.Read More »
My Son Won’t Pay Attention to His Studies: How Do I Keep Him on Track?
by Mary Kay Clark | Students like this tend to be overlooked in a classroom situation, and often fall seriously behind in the junior high grade levels.Read More »