Fine Arts Program
Our fine arts program is led by Miss Jennifer Erwin and provides opportunities for Seton students to discover and develop their talents in the arts and to learn and appreciate the beauty of music. Seton offers its students Art I, II, and III; Choir and Chamber Choir; Band – all levels; and Music Appreciation.
Each Spring Seton puts on a major musical production. Students in all grades 7-12 participate. Past musical productions include: Fiddler on the Roof, Sound of Music, Hello Dolly, Oliver, Music Man, Wizard of Oz, 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, Meet Me in St. Louis, Annie Get Your Gun, Damn Yankees, Anything Goes, Bye Bye Birdie, My Fair Lady, Cinderella, Boomtown, Beauty & the Beast, King & I, Joseph & Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Annie!
Click here for the link to our 25 Years of Seton Musicals video.
Thanks to all who came out to support our 2018 Spring Musical.
It was a Wonderful, Wonderful Show!
“What a wonderful, wonderful musical. It took my breath away. “Exuberant” is my favorite word to describe it. Congratulations to Mrs. M. Vander Woude and Mrs. E. Vander Woude and everyone else who played any part in this shining production.”Mrs. Carroll
Last years Spring Musical, The Sound of Music!
In the fall, students in all grades have the opportunity to participate in the fall play. This year the fall play is Amadeus. Past fall plays include: Deadwood Dick or a Game of Gold, Taming of the Shrew, Cheaper by the Dozen, Belles on Their Toes, Life with Mother Superior, Harvey, Arsenic and Old Lace, A Brief History of the Old Testament in 20 Minutes, The Mouse that Roared, A Salute to William Goldman’s Princess Bride.
Thanks for all who came out to support this years fall play!
“Stunning is the only word for the fall play production of Cyrano. From start to finish the audience was transported into 17th century France and the haunting story of Cyrano’s self-sacrificing love. Absolutely everyone involved in this performance was superb: the production team and volunteers, the crew, the amazing Mr. Moore, and of course the wondrous cast. These young people spent long hours rehearsing and still kept up with their academic obligations. And then Saturday night and Sunday afternoon they gave us a miracle. In his End Notes, Mr. Moore said, “It is not hyperbole to say that you will leave the theater today changed for the better.” He was right. Many, many thanks to all of the Cyrano community for giving me a priceless memory that will last a long, long time.”Mrs. Carroll