Seton Academic Counselors have answers on expedited grading, offer counsel on struggling readers, and explain how to get a transcript.Read More »
My Child Received a Poor Test Grade. Can He Re-do It?
Students can retake tests. Review what was not understood before the re-do. An elementary re-do will replace the grade, a high school redo will be averaged.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 »
Grades, Intelligence, & the Gold Star that Got Away
John Clark offers a poignant reminder that we need to recognize and encourage a child's intelligence with all their activities, not just the academic ones.Read More »
Why Pre-K at Home is Better!
Ginney Seuffert shares her excitement and experience with schooling Pre-K kids at home, and the amazing edge it gives them in education.Read More »
‘Don’t Forget Me, Mommy!’ Involve Your Pre-Schoolers with Seton Pre-Kindergarten
In the context of a loving, Catholic family, your child can start learning about the Faith and have educational fun through Seton's activity-based program!Read More »
Boys Don’t (Usually) Like to Write
Parents often call our counselors and tell them that their boys don’t like to write. What many do not realize, unless they have several sons, is that most boys don’t ...Read More »
Teaching English in Primary Grades
We often receive phone calls from parents who ask about teaching English to their children in grades one through three. They wonder why we teach English when it is not ...Read More »