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 »
We Love These Books! Seton Counselors Share Favorites
To encourage students to take up literature for learning and enjoyment we asked the Seton Counselors for their favorites from the Seton bookstore.Read More »
Patriotism and Our Young People
Jeff Minick explains the necessity of educating young people about our patriotic heroes and how, through reading, this can be achieved.Read More »
Help! How Can We Finish Our School Before Summer?
Seton Counselor tips on finishing the school year before summer, when to start school next year, and single subject help available from Special Services.Read More »
Oh the Places You’ll GO! Literature, History, and International Shores
We become more fully human when we learn more about the literature of another country and enter into the minds and hearts of its people through its stories.Read More »
Phonics K for Young Catholics Seton’s New Reading Program
Seton is excited to share a new phonics program with young students and their families. It's the best way to begin your journey of knowledge and adventure.Read More »
Advent Activities for Catholic Homeschoolers
Mary Ellen Barrett shares her family's traditions, crafts, and recipes through the season of Advent with books and activities for saint and feast days too!Read More »
Meet This Year’s Summer Readers!
The Summer Reading Club was a fun way to keep up reading skills and students received an Achievement Certificate to certify them as Summer Reading Champs.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 »
We Can Learn Much From Diagramming
Diagramming sentences helps students become better writers by teaching to write simply and clearly, and increase their mental capabilities for reasoning.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 »
Booking It! Come Aboard the 2018 Seton Summer Reading Club
Whether from the comfort of a backyard hammock or a sofa in the den, summer’s the perfect time to grab some books and set out on a reading adventure. Jeff Minick shares the details on the books suggested for the Seton Summer Reading Club and how to join.Read More »
12 Ways to Encourage Your Child’s Love of Reading
Alexandra Key offers twelve practical, affordable, and easy-to-implement strategies to encourage the love of reading in your children. Foremost is to let them see you enjoying reading; simple, yes? But, read on for eleven more, common sense ways for you to get them off the electronics and into the written word.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 »
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 »
The Secret to Helping Your Child Love Reading
If you want a child to love something, give it to them for free and demand nothing back. Be patient. If it works, you will be sure that it came from God.Read More »
Read-Aloud Books – Creating a Legacy of Loving to Learn
Mary Ellen Barrett on instilling a joy of learning in our children and why Seton Home Study School is adding more Read-Aloud books to the Pre-K curriculum.Read More »
Booked For The Season – The Seton Summer Reading Club
Seton provides the framework of the reading club and the incentives, but it is the parents who help their students select the books and guide the reading.Read More »
My Son Knows the Math, Can He Skip to the Next Level?
If a child can do all the math in the math book for his grade level, can he skip to the next level math book? Dr. Mary Kay Clark's advice may surprise you.Read More »
Five Great Literature Series to Read Aloud to Children
Children love being read stories by their parents or grandparents. Tom McFadden has five timeless series he's found to be favorites with children aged 5-12.Read More »