Seton counselors are standing by to answer your questions about entering a quarterly grade, retaking tests, or getting answer keys. Call or email us today.Read More »
We Finish Our Kindergarten Lessons So Quickly – What Now?
Seton Director Dr. Mary Kay Clark has tips on what school work must be turned in and offers an answer about kindergarten studies that may surprise you.Read More »
Seton Home Study School Keys to Homeschooling Success
This guide to the keys that are part of your enrollment with Seton Home Study School will save you time and effort and help you have homeschooling success.Read More »
May I Enroll My Student in Only a Few Courses?
The needs of every family and student are different so Seton offers a full program or just a single course or two, to address a family’s particular needs.Read More »
To Have the Best Homeschool Personalize Your Lesson Plans
Moms ask if you can provide a real childhood experience for your kids along with an excellent education. Yes, but there is a catch says Mary Ellen Barrett.Read More »
End of an Era – A Mom Reflects on 25 Years of Homeschooling
Finishing her last lesson plan, Mary Stutzman muses on what Seton has meant to her family over the past 25 years and asks what God has in store for her now.Read More »
How We Learn and Grow Together One Lesson at a Time
Sarah Hess says that her family is learning and growing together with Seton, making their pilgrimage to Heaven one day at a time and one lesson at a time.Read More »
Can We Read Any Book We Want for Our Book Report?
Dr. Mary Kay Clark answers Seton Home Study questions about book reports and open book tests and who to call for help with challenges in your homeschooling.Read More »
What Lesson Can You Give a Working Homeschooling Mom?
Dr. Mary Kay Clark offers tips for working homeschooling moms, on skipping grades, and when to call academic counselors at Seton Home Study School for help.Read More »
Preparing Our Children for Success With Seton
The Cairnie family achieves homeschooling success by using the Seton curriculum, following the lesson plans every day, and adding many breaks and chores.Read More »
5 Reasons to Love Seton’s Online Printable Lesson Plans
Cheryl Hernández loves Seton's printable weekly lesson plans because they help her students stay on target and complete their assignments on a timely basis.Read More »
Lesson Plan Tips and Tricks: Getting Lessons Done Painlessly
Mary Ellen Barrett has spoken to hundreds of Seton moms and shares their best tips and tricks for using the lesson plans and getting the school work done.Read More »
Where Can My Son Find Online Help for His Courses?
In her latest Q & A to families, Dr. Mary Kay Clark explains how an enrolled family can find out if there are any online helps for their children's courses?Read More »
The Most Important Message for Home Schooling Parents
Mary Kay Clark says the core of Catholic home schooling is living and loving the Catholic Faith and showing your children that Jesus is the Essence of life.Read More »
What is Most Important to Prepare for the New School Year?
New school year? Dr. Mary Kay Clark says having definite plans about what the children should do and when will help even the youngest feel more comfortable.Read More »
3 Simple Ideas to Make This Year Your Most Organized Ever
Summer is a great time to set goals be organized for the school year ahead. Seton alumna, Anna Eileen, shares the keys to make this academic year a success!Read More »
A Rail to Run On: Best Practices for Using Seton’s Lesson Plans
Mary Ellen Barrett offers her advice for those advanced curriculum planners, how to organize and stay three weeks ahead so that she's flexible for anything.Read More »