Seton counselors answer: Can we enroll mid-year? How much time for holiday break? How often should I check my high schooler's progress?Read More »
Staff Profile – Bob Wiesner, Seton High School Counselor
Wiesner says it is always a good sign when kids call up and are thinking about things, that they take their studies seriously and they want to know more.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 »
Is Rosetta Stone a Better Way to Learn Foreign Languages?
The idea behind Rosetta Stone’s innovative online course, while simple, does help solve the traditional problems of teaching a foreign language in the home.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 »
Which of the 3 High School Diplomas Should My Child Pursue?
As Seton offers General, Academic, and Advanced high school diplomas, Dr. Mary Kay Clark has advice to help parents decide which track to follow for each.Read More »
Preparing Young Catholics for this World and Eternity
Seton's entire curriculum is infused with the Catholic Faith but Mary Ellen Barrett says it is most effectively and solidly presented in its religion books.Read More »
True Love – How to Be More Than Someone’s Valentine
Is Valentine's Day just about flowers, chocolate, and shiny baubles? Rosa Younan shares some simple tips on how to show Christ-like love in a selfish world.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 »
3 Study Habit Tips for High Schoolers to Feel Successful
Homeschooled since forever, Sarah Younan shares her 3 tips to creating better study habits in high school, and not feel like you're failing or behind.Read More »
4 Tips for High School Homeschool I Learned the Hard Way
Seton graduate Mary Anslinger shares her 4 tips for succeeding in high school when work and conflicts vie for your attention.Read More »
The New SAT: What Your High Schooler Can Expect
Christopher Smith shares the three major changes to the new SAT test, and what high schoolers can start preparing for.Read More »
A Freshman’s 7 Tips to Staying on Track in High School
Seton junior Sabrina Olomi shares her 7 tips for high school homeschooling, and they work well with life, travelling and when you've fallen behind!Read More »
‘Sainthood Is Your Future’: Discovering My Vocation after High School
Your ultimate destiny is sainthood, and by following your unique vocation, you will change the world - with or without a degree!Read More »
Should I Homeschool Through High School?
As important as academics are, we think there may be an even greater reason to stick with homeschooling through high school.Read More »
Work & School: Learning to Operate Successfully Outside the Home
by Bob Wiesner | For most, the time eventually comes when small jobs such as baby sitting or yard care must give way to more formal work situations.Read More »
The 2015 Seton High School Short Story Contest
We are announcing a 2015 Catholic short story contest for our high school students!Read More »
6 Tips about High School for New Freshmen
Heading into High School, Gabrielle Flure felt that it was mysterious and intimidating. Her six survival tips will help you have more balanced expectations!Read More »
Your 3 High School Diploma Options
by Christopher Smith | Over the past few years, Seton has increased the options and tweaked the requirements for our high school diplomas.Read More »
The 2015 Seton High School Christmas Essay Contest
We have a theme for the essay contest this year! There will still be plenty of scope for all kinds of essays, but we will concentrate on the general theme of “Gift.”Read More »