Seton School will be closed on Thursday, Nov 15 following Prince William County schools weather-related closures.
A Private Catholic Junior-Senior High School in Northern Virginia
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction.
Give to the Lord, you families of nations, give to the Lord glory and praise: Give to the Lord the glory due His Name!
1 Chronicles 16:28-9
In His infinite mercy, God has chosen Seton School to be one instrument by which people can hear the Truth.
“Let His Will of the present moment be the first rule of our daily life and work.”
– St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Promoting high academic standards, excellence in conduct, close cooperation with parents, and a multitude of activities for all students…all done by the Grace of God and all for His glory.
Seton is a private, co-educational school operated by Catholic laymen and women dedicated to promoting the tradition of Catholic secondary education. Seton offers personalized instruction, regarding each child as of infinite value in the sight of God and therefore deserving of our best efforts to meet his/her individual needs.
“It was during high school at Seton School that the cradle Catholic began to own his faith. “That’s where I fell in love with (it) – the philosophy, the theology, the sacraments,” he said. “To be surrounded by all these teachers and parents trying to live their faith – that example had a huge impact on me.”
“Seton School…is a college prep school with outstanding teachers in Religion, English, Science, Math, Arts, and Foreign Languages. Every student can participate in sports, theater, a variety of clubs, and community service. There is a firm commitment to learning humility and developing courage…”
The Dalrymple Family
“Wonderful doesn’t say enough. I can’t imagine having my kids at any other school. The community is great, the teachers are great, and the authenticity of the corporate witness to the Catholic faith is amazing.”
MANY THANKS TO ALL THE HARD WORKERS at the Saturday work day. Special thanks to Mrs. Reddington for arranging the donations of stone and plants, to Mrs. Merrill for gathering requests, to Mr. Pogue for general supervision, and to Mr. Cook for...