As a girl, Dr. Mary Kay Clark learned lessons for her lifetime about the Little Way of St. Therese: little ones of the world are great ones in the Kingdom.Read More »
Be Like St. Joseph: Trust God and Fear Not
Parents need to contemplate the amazing faith of St. Joseph and ask for the strength and perseverance, and whatever else is needed, to teach their children.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 it Better to Turn In Finished Work Altogether or by Subject?
"Is it better to turn in completed work altogether or when a student's individual subjects are completed?" Dr. Clark answers a frequently asked question.Read More »
The Miraculous Medal
Dr. Mary Kay Clark shares why no medal can be as powerful as The Miraculous Medal, given by the Mother of God to St. Catherine Laboure almost 200 years ago.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 »
Is There a Better Time to Pray the Family Rosary?
The Rosary is the special prayer that can be said any time, in any place, aloud or in our heart, and essential for the future of Catholicism in our nation.Read More »
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s Most Important Lesson for Parents
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, U.S. Catholic School Pioneer, always emphasized to parents that they must be concerned about teaching and living the Faith at home.Read More »
Is a Seton Diploma an Indicator of Success in College?
College success of Seton students is well documented. Seton grads have top-level research and writing skills and the work habits of college upperclassmen.Read More »
Congratulations Graduates! Welcome to Your New Springtime
Dr. Mary Kay Clark sees the springtime of the Church in the 2018 Seton graduates' faces. They are what Pope St. John Paul II was talking about: new Faith, new Hope, and new enthusiasm.Read More »
Is There an Advantage to Homeschooling Over the Summer?
Are there advantages to homeschooling over the summer months? Dr. Clark advises on that and shares ideas on motivating active children to read and what a parent should consider before having a child skip a grade.Read More »
St. John Baptist de La Salle – Patron Saint of Homeschooling
St. John Baptist de La Salle is a timeless inspiration for homeschooling parents who want to teach their children according to their children’s ability, all the while encouraging them to learn about and to practice their Catholic Faith.Read More »
When is the Best Time to Call a Seton Academic Counselor?
Is there a better time to call a Seton counselor? Should my child do every lesson in his workbook? How do I balance teaching my children and keeping our home tidy? Seton Home Study Director Dr. Mary Kay Clark answers these questions and more to improve your homeschooling experience.Read More »
Courageous Catholic Teacher and Foundress St. Julie Billiart
Julie Billiart, was persecuted after the French Revolution but nothing would stop her from teaching Catholic children about Jesus and the Catholic Faith.Read More »
Is It Okay for Me to Look at the Tests Before My Son Takes Them?
Seton Home Study School's Dr. Mary Kay Clark has advice on test prep, the most important subjects, and the best ways to develop thinking and writing skills.Read More »
Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat Visionary Founder Pray for Us
Schools of Mother Barat succeeded because prayerful sisters in each country, inspired by the Sacred Heart of Jesus, were empowered to teach in unique ways.Read More »
Ten $1,500 College Scholarships for 2018 Seton Graduates
Dr. Mary Kay Clark has news about ten $1,500 scholarships offered to Seton high school students graduating in 2018. Details are at setonhome.org/scholarshipRead More »
How to be as Joyful as Simeon at the Presentation of Jesus
What joy must have been in Simeon’s heart at the Presentation of Jesus. Try this month, to seek his help to develop the virtues of faith, hope, and charity.Read More »
We are Called to Lead Our Family Prayerfully
Inspired by St. Joseph, may we devote our lives to helping our children save their souls by learning the Faith and the value of learning about God’s love.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 »