For Mary, that she grew up with Seton gives more meaning into why helping a student have a “eureka moment” brings one of the best feelings in the world.Read More »
In the Schoolroom: Take a Hike!
Whether a short walk around the neighborhood or a long hike, take the time to explore God’s creation and enjoy some wonderful family time together.Read More »
Seton and the Real Presence in My Life
Seton's new director of Guidance and Records shares the story of the miracle that changed his family forever and the part that Seton played.Read More »
‘Tis A Gift to Be Simple: Making This Summer the Best Ever!
This summer, here are some delightful, wholesome tips to help our young people discover pleasure and freedom in the simple things.Read More »
Ask the Experts: How do you balance school, activities, and church commitments?
The homeschool veterans have four simple tips to help you balance your homeschooling lessons, extra-curricular activities, and church commitments.Read More »
Vasily Vasilyev: Seton High School Math Counselor
Satisfaction for Seton High School Math Counselor Vasily Vasilyev is when is the kids’ light bulb goes on and they understand what he is explaining to them.Read More »
C’est Magnifique: The Great Benefits of Learning a Foreign Language
By learning a foreign language we become more aware of a country’s history, literature, art, and popular culture and able to connect with more people.Read More »
Invite the World to Your Homeschool Group
Here is a fun way for your homeschool group to go around the world while staying local and a great way to show gratitude to God for His remarkable creation.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 »
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 »
Chatting All Things Homeschool: A Visit With the Brown Family
Be not be afraid. Do not let homeschooling your children overwhelm you. Will there be frustration and tears but also joy and laughter? Yes, definitely yes.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 »
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 »
Ask the Experts – What is Your Summer Schedule Like?
Three homeschooling veterans share their time tested tips on keeping their kids active, cool, and happy when the summer days get long, hot, and sticky.Read More »
Staff Series – Chip Hibl – Director of Seton Educational Media and Customer Service
Chip Hibl, head of Seton Educational Media and Customer Service loves to help customers with service problems or find a new product to help Seton families.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 »
Staff Profile: Robin Hibl Communications and Marketing Coordinator
Robin Hibl creates the graphics for so many communication and social media projects at Seton Home Study School that you may have seen her work hundreds of times.Read More »
In the Schoolroom: Lilies for St. Joseph Craft
This hand print paper lily is a sweet craft to keep little hands busy and is perfect to decorate your Saint Joseph statue or altar and later used at Easter.Read More »
The Best Way to Enjoy the Beautiful Season of Advent – In the School Room
This Advent, whatever the age of your children, here are ways to create an atmosphere in your home to settle mind and heart to welcome the Christ Child.Read More »