A new to homeschooling mom asks the experts, "My children often turn to crying when I try to explain a concept. How do we learn to work with each other?"Read More »
Meet Karen Eriksson-Lee, Seton Special Services Counselor
Karen Eriksson-Lee brings her enthusiasm, empathy, and wisdom to the aid of families needing support to find the right educational path for their child.Read More »
What Every Child Needs to Know Before Flying the Coop
Teach your children to seek God’s Will, the courage to follow it, and to place virtue above all else and they will fly when they leave the coop.Read More »
How to Catch Up on High School When You Are Dreadfully Behind
Sometimes high school students fall behind. Senior MaryAnn Dudley shares tips she learned when she was a half year behind and finished before summer ended.Read More »
College Applications: What Do Colleges Really Look At?
Yes, colleges use the GPA but Chris Smith counsels they include standardized test scores, rigor of coursework, and a well-rounded and exceptional resume.Read More »
Simple Ways to Find the Missing Element in Your Life
Sometimes small changes yield great happiness. Dr. Kalpakgian considers what literary characters can teach about finding the missing element in our lives.Read More »
Mental Visualization: How to Achieve Your Goals
Be it virtue or academic success, Chris Smith offers that It's simple to see why focusing internally on your life's goals will make them easier to achieve.Read More »
Letting Go: Why I Can’t Be a Homeschool Mom & a Perfectionist Too
Does perfectionism help or hinder homeschooling? Christina Patterson learns she can't give her kids the freedom to learn and still be a backseat driver.Read More »
I’m Not a Professional Homeschooling Mother. Seriously.
by Susan Miranda | As a homeschooling mother, I start asking myself the tough questions and critiquing my homeschooling performance:Read More »
4 Steps to Reach Your Educational Goals, & Succeed!
Trying to get homeschooling done before summer break can be stressful. But sometimes, when you think you’re behind, you’re right where you should be.Read More »
Help? You got it!
Question from a Seton Mom: What do those homeschooling moms out there with both school-age children and toddlers do to keep the little ones occupied? I have a child in ...Read More »