Seton Testing Services can confirm that your student's academic progress is on track, ease their test anxiety, and help boost their SAT or ACT score.Read More »
Jobzology: A Seton Service to Help Students Discern Their Way
Seton has partnered with Jobzology, a software company that has developed a talent analytics program to help people find jobs in which they will be happy.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 »
Ten Tips for Tackling Tests – It’s More Than Preparation
Here are ten tips to help students do better with tests. Ten simple steps to help you make the most of your efforts and prove your hard work has paid off!Read More »
5 Ways You Can Prepare to Succeed in the ACT/SAT Tests
John Clark walks us through his 5 recommendations to get an edge on your ACT and SAT testing. They're simple and succinct, and will gear you to succeed.Read More »
Do Families Need to Homeschool During the Summer?
by Dr. Mary Kay Clark | Education should not take a vacation during the summer. In the past, the public schools closed during the summer months...Read More »
Purgatory and the Bible: God Purifying His People In the Here and Now
by Dave Armstrong | I've often used what I call the “nutshell” argument for Purgatory: we must be without sin to enter into God's presence (Eph 5:5; Heb 12:14; Rev 21:27; 22:3, 14-15). Therefore, God must purge or wash away our sin to make us fit to be in heaven with Him. All agree so far.Read More »
My husband reluctantly agreed to homeschooling our children, but I’m afraid he won’t next year.
by Dr Mary Kay Clark | Try to understand why your husband is opposed, but have a conversation only if it can be without bitterness or argumentation. He may be opposed because he thinks you are not qualified to teach, or because the children are not being “socialized,” or because the children do not have opportunities for sports activities. Whatever the reason, try to become more informed about reasonable answers: you are using an accredited curriculum or you will have the children participate in activities with other homeschooled children.Read More »
A Guide to Success in Your Studies: Improving Memory and Retention
Since I am a professional historian, I am dismayed when I hear anyone say, “I hate history.” Their lament almost always means that the person is as yet unprepared to face history's challenges, the first and foremost of which is the ability to retain a great deal of data. To succeed in that undertaking, we must understand that retentiveness is a by-product of intellectual exercise.Read More »
Your Questions Answered
I feel like my life is a treadmill. It’s always running ahead of me and I am always trying to catch up. My book, Catholic Home Schooling, has a chapter ...Read More »