Seton Academic Counselors have answers on expedited grading, offer counsel on struggling readers, and explain how to get a transcript.Read More »
Do You Have Tips on Finishing School Before Summer?
If you need practical advice about finishing schoolwork more quickly without sacrificing quality the Seton Academic Counselors await your call or email.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 »
New Dynamics in Education: Responding to the Virus
Finding the best method for a child's education in the age of COVID has given a definitive nod to the legitimacy of homeschooling and of learning at home.Read More »
Why Good Stories Make it Easy to Teach Moral Lessons
Teaching the difference between right and wrong is not always easy but stories impart values and teach moral lessons, whether in fairy tales or real life.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 »
Tips on Student Test Prep and Choosing Elementary Subjects
Dr. Mary Kay Clark offers practical tips on test preparation, what subjects to study every day and advice on teaching multiple students at the same time.Read More »
You Don’t Know…What You Don’t Know
A return to his college theology class, twenty-five years later, taught John Clark that homeschooling is not about simply placing books in front of our children, but in systematically teaching our sons and daughters about God and about how much God loves them.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 »
Independent Study at Seton – Deciding When it’s Right for You
Seton offers the Independent Study program because many homeschooling families need the most robust transcript possible to record their non-Seton pursuits.Read More »
Survive High School with These 8 Life Hacks
Philomena Kelly shares an 8-tip guide from her experience as a Seton high schooler. Studies are already challenging enough, so kno when to pace yourself.Read More »
Is Intentionality More Than Just A Buzz Word?
Why be intentional about higher education? Caitlin Bootsma and Dr. George Harne talk about what intentionality means for students entering young adulthood.Read More »
The Amazing Lifetime Value of English Courses
Dr. Robert Rice explains why your Seton English courses are among the most valuable you will take and will provide a head start in achieving your career goals.Read More »
The ‘Hunger Games’ Influence on my Journey to John Paul the Great University
by Hannah Dorss | When I saw the first 'Hunger Games' movie it struck me deeply. It was at this point that I knew I had found something great... my dream.Read More »
Homeschooling Doesn’t Come With a User’s Manual
by Catherine Shaw | On the very first day of my homeschooling freshman year, I remember pulling down the Religion 9 course from the gigantic looming stack of lesson plan binders.Read More »
Why We Must Love the Difficult Students *More*
by John Clark | There are always 'difficult' students. Because of that fact, Lisa and I have discovered that we need nine different methods of teaching for our nine children.Read More »
How Important is a Catholic Homeschool Curriculum?
Last year, I finished writing the rough draft of an online Catholic economics course for Seton Home Study School. (It should be available for credit by fall.) Prior to this, ...Read More »
4 Ways to Teach Children to Meet Challenges with Courage
This is the twelfth article in the series How to Get an Elite Prep School Education on a Homeschool Budget. As I write this column, I am simultaneously working on talks I ...Read More »
My Road to Homeschool with Seton: Why We Never Looked Back
by Anna Eileen | I have recently come to appreciate that I was not homeschooled all 13 years of school. I started in public school, and then tried parochial school, but....Read More »
The 2014 Seton Christmas Essay Contest
Seton Home Study School is sponsoring a high school essay contest! The contest is open to any Seton high school student, Grades 9 through 12.Read More »