At the 2016 Seton Home Study commencement, Dr. Mary Kay Clark encourages Catholic graduates to become leaders and to help make America good again. Read more from her Commencement speech here.
I am a Seton graduate in the class of 2016 and my favorite thing about graduating this year as opposed to other years is that, unlike my other two sisters, I am the first kid in my family to graduate in an even-numbered year (my older sisters were Seton grads in 2011 and 2013)! What excites me most about graduating is having a wider window of opportunity to pursue my interests and deepen my spiritual life while attending the University of Portland this upcoming fall. – Marie V.
Now, having graduated from Seton I feel confident and knowledgeable enough about my Catholic faith, to be able to persevere in all of my future endeavors. – Ashlynn F.
“I am preparing to attend college in the fall. I’m excited about starting my college life and starting my career as a pilot. – Stephen L.
As a twelve year Seton Home Study School Alumni, I became accustomed to my demanding work schedule. I know that I’ve been well prepared, no matter what happens in the future. I am looking forward to my next adventure, DeSales University, ready to charge forward toward the bright light of my future.” – Bobby M.
My favorite thing about graduating this year was being able to see a girl I had met through the Seton Message Boards in real life. We have been talking for two years and she has become one of my best friends! – Sarah C.
I cannot wait to get out there and move forward with my life, super excited for the college courses I’ll be taking next year!” – Paige M.