Lifelong musician and homeschooling mom Karena Tapsak presents practical and time-tested ways to bring music home and turn it into a lifetime experience.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 »
Push Through…and Pray: Lessons Learned from the Bagatta Family
Karla and Kevin Bagatta teach their children that student success is built on three pillars: preparation, personal responsibility, and keeping the Faith.Read More »
Congratulations Seton Class of 2020!
We present to you five members of the Seton Home Study School Class of 2020 with a snippet on their Seton experience and future plans. Godspeed graduates!Read More »
Daily Homeschool Inspirations from Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton
Inspire and strengthen your homeschool journey with these pearls of wisdom and insight selected by Msgr. Joseph B. Code from Mother Seton's daily writings.Read More »
Boom in Religious Vocations…From Catholic Homeschoolers!
Catholic homeschoolers have known for years that religious vocations are one of the many fruits of homeschooling. A new CARA Georgetown study confirms it.Read More »
Homeschoolers – Making Your College Application Stand Out
It's more than just grades! Seton graduate Anna Eileen shares her favorite tips and strategies on making a homeschooler's college application stand out.Read More »
The Manly Essentials–Organize Your Pockets, Organize Your Day
You carry around too much stuff, or not enough? Charles Foyle explains the six essential items he carries in his pockets. Customizable for the individual.Read More »
Homeschool to College: Get Ready with a 4-Step Pre-College Timeline
Anna Eileen breaks down the steps to make getting into college easier. The goal is to prep ahead so that you're not rushed, and have more time to relax!Read More »
Armed Forces Accept Homeschool Enlistees on Equal Terms
by Gene McGuirk | For many years, the U.S. military has made it difficult for home-schooled high school students to enlist. They were often considered to be “non-graduates.” Seton has had many calls from families over the years about our graduates whom some branch would not permit to enlist. In recent years, the Department of Defense (DOD) has been running an ongoing test of new homeschooled recruits to see if they could fit in.Read More »
Smoking and Religion: Two Things You Can’t Do in Public
by Kevin Clark | The legislature of Arizona recently passed a law which allows a business to assert a free exercise defense if it is accused of discrimination for refusing to provide a service to a customer. The Arizona law, which has gone to Governor Jan Brewer to sign or veto, closely tracks the wording of the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act.Read More »
Homeschoolers and Military Service Academies
On December 31, 2011, a new law was signed into existence, the “National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012,” otherwise known as H.R. 1540. Section 532 of this act ...Read More »