Train a child in the way he should go; even when he is old, he will not swerve from it. – Proverbs 22:6
Founded by Mrs. Anne Carroll in 1975, the year of Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton’s canonization, Seton School is a private, co-educational school serving students from grades 7 to 12.
To learn more about Seton’s humble beginnings and the so-called “little school that could,” we invite you to read the following article: Anne Carroll builds her school of dreams – The Arlington Catholic Herald
Seton is dedicated to promoting the tradition of Catholic secondary education and stresses rigorous academics, high standards of conduct, close cooperation with parents, and offers a multitude of activities available to all students.
Application Process and Important Dates
Applications are no longer being accepted for the 2022-2023 school year. Applications for 2023-2024 will be available in early September 2022.
Report Card/Transcripts – Deadline for submission of report cards and school records to the main office or [email protected] is Tuesday, February 1, 2022.
Notification – Letters of acceptance and non-acceptance will be mailed to all applicants on Friday, March 4, 2022.
Enrollment Deposit – The $250 non-refundable enrollment deposit is due to the Seton main office on Friday, March 18, 2022.
Final Grades and Official Transcripts – All final grades and official transcripts are due to the main office or sent to [email protected] on Friday, July 1, 2022.
Visiting our Campus
Thank you for your interest in Seton School. We encourage applicants to visit the school and shadow a current student for a half or full school day. Visiting days and tours may be scheduled by appointment only through the office at: 703.368.3220. Please note that in-person events are subject to change due to emerging COVID-19 developments.
Families interested in Seton can attend our next open house which will be held in November of 2022. Please learn more about Seton School by watching welcome videos from our founder, Mrs. Carroll, our Department Chairs, and others that share opportunities at Seton School.
For Financial Aid consideration, families of accepted students must complete a financial aid application and provide requested financial documentation to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. FACTS, an independent third party, assesses a family’s financial situation and recommends to Seton School the level of aid a family requires. The Seton administration exclusively makes final determination of all awarded aid. Seton’s financial assistance comes through a work program. Families receiving reduced tuition must work in various capacities to contribute to the betterment of Seton School. If the assigned work is not completed, then tuition will be assessed. For additional information about FACTS, please refer to: https://factsmgt.com/parent-faqs/.
Seton School does not discriminate in its admissions or in any of its programs on the basis of race, color, or national origin.