Seton Catholic School is where faith, knowledge and discipline combine to create a learning environment for children age 2 through eighth grade.
Seton provides students faith formation with emphasis on daily prayer, religion classes and service to others.
Students learn the importance of thinking beyond their own needs through the Step By Step Stewardship Curriculum. Students learn empathy and they work to help the elderly, the sick, the homeless and disabled.
By promoting God and prayer into daily interactions, Seton provides a safe and peaceful learning climate.
Academics are a top priority and Seton has been honored as 2012 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.
In the fall of 2013, students were introduced to a new program with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.
Using the program, “Engineering is Elementary,” students in grades K-5 are engaged in hands-on experiences that help develop their ability to solve problems, apply science concepts, design, create and build.
Middle school students experience an integrated STEM unit in each grade level. These learning opportunities help to foster critical thinking, communication, collaboration and problem solving.
Seton is now enrolling for the 2014-2015 school year.