Mother Seton Academy is committed to the life-long success of its students. It is Mother Seton Academy’s goal that all of its graduates attend a selective, highly regarded, college preparatory high school, successfully graduate from high school, and continue on to post-secondary education so they are in the position to support themselves and their families.
Consequently, Mother Seton Academy’s commitment to each student and family extends beyond graduation from 8th grade. The graduate support services at Mother Seton Academy formally begin in 7th grade and continue on through high school, college placement, and beyond.
These graduate support services encompass:
- Supporting students and families with the transition into private or competitive public high schools through assistance with high school selection, application, registration, and admissions;
- Maintaining contact with the students and families throughout high school, monitoring academic progress and, in collaboration with the high school guidance office staff, providing help and access to resources that will support the students’ academic needs;
- Offering support, in collaboration with the high school college counseling staff and the NativityMiguel Network, with college prep and placement activities;
- Maintaining ongoing contact with graduates and organizing social events that provide alumni the opportunity to re-engage with Mother Seton Academy and reunite with their peers.
For more information about the Graduate Support Program at Mother Seton Academy, please contact the Director of Graduate Support, at 410-563-2833.
“Mother Seton Academy has led me in the right direction to a better future.”