Students learn best in an environment that allows individualized attention, so our classes have 10-15 students per class. Our school accepts boys and girls, but most classes are taught in a single-sex environment to allow students to better concentrate on academics. A professional, experienced staff of men and women teach our students. Students take core academic subjects of math, language arts, literature, science, social studies and religion on a daily basis. Students take fine arts two to three times per week and physical education, computer, library, and public speaking (for 8th grade) once per week. State-of-the-art classrooms that feature SmartBoard technology, an art lab, science lab, computer lab, library, music room, and prayer room provide an effective and engaging learning environment.
Mother Seton Academy follows a rigorous curriculum designed specifically for our school. All students are prepared to graduate eighth grade on or above grade-level. The curriculum is based on the curriculum of the Archdiocese of Baltimore and Maryland State. Teachers bring lessons to life with a hands-on approach to learning, guest speakers, field trips, and other exciting and unique learning opportunities.