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Seton Catholic School

Est. in 1852

Summer office hours:


Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

until 06/28/2024

The school office is closed in the month of July. Voicemails and emails will be checked weekly.

The school office will be open from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Monday - Friday, starting 08/01/2024. 

Phone:

814-336-2320

Email:

Address:

385 Pine St 

Meadville PA 16335

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Students entering kindergarten must be age 5 prior to September 1, 2024
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2024

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Inspiring Minds - Instilling Values 

Seton Catholic School develops the spiritual and intellectual well-being of students through academic excellence, charitable service, and commitment to Christ's teachings. 

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Inspiring Minds and Instilling Values for over 170 years

1852

1874

The first St. Agatha school building was erected in the rear lot of Pine and Liberty Streets. The pastor, Rev. Anthony Reck, secured the services of laymen as teachers, until he arranged to have religious teachers take over the school. In the mid 1850's, the services of the Sisters of St. Joseph were secured, and the school was taught by them for many years.

St. Brigid was erected and officially opened by Rev. James Dunn, who succeeded Father Madigan in 1874, and was responsible for the new church building dedicated in 1881. From 1917 - 1973 the new St. Brigid building housed eight grades until it joined St. Agatha as Seton School. The present building is now CHAPS. 

1973

In 1971 a proposal was presented to combine St. Agatha and St. Brigid schools. The name of the school was officially changed to the present-day Seton School, named after the American Saint, Mother Elizabeth Bayley Seton, of Philidelphia and Kentucky. 

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Great Job, Eagles!

15 Seton students qualified for the 2024 Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science state competition.

This year Seton School had two students produce a perfect score at their state presentation in State College.

Stella Burkett not only produced a perfect score but was also awarded a Director Awards of Excellence in chemistry for her research and presentation. Way to go, Stella! 

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Our Vision For Your Child

Preparing children for a successful future involves a combination of fostering their academic, social, emotional, and practical skills. At Seton School, we encourage a love for learning and foster curiosity and a thirst for knowledge early on. Exploration, a large amount of reading, and firsthand learning are a significant part of the Seton experiences.

We are developing critical thinking and critical thinking skills that encourage children to think critically, analyze situations, and produce creative solutions.

We believe in promoting resilience and perseverance by teaching children the importance of resilience in the face of challenges. At Seton, we encourage students to persevere through difficulties and learn from failures.

We teach emotional intelligence and help children recognize and manage their emotions effectively. Empathy, communication skills, and how to build healthy relationships are a top priority.

Seton instills a strong work ethic that teaches the value of challenging work, responsibility, and dedication. We always encourage children to set goals, work towards them, and take pride in their accomplishments.

Fostering independence and self-reliance encourages children to take on tasks and responsibilities appropriate to their age and abilities. At Seton, we allow them to make decisions and learn from their experiences.

Seton provides opportunities for exploration and skill-building. We expose children to a variety of experiences, hobbies, and interests and support their passions and talents while encouraging them to try new things.

We strive to promote adaptability and flexibility. We teach children to be adaptable and open-minded in the face of change and help them develop the ability to adjust to new situations and environments.

At Seton, we lead by example. We know that children often learn best by observing the behavior of adults around them. Our staff models the traits and behaviors you want to instill in your child, such as perseverance, kindness, and a strong work ethic.

By focusing on these areas, and a commitment to Christ’s teachings, Seton Catholic School can help prepare children for a successful future by equipping them with the skills, mindset, and knowledge they need to thrive in an ever-changing world.

Open Enrollment 365 Days a Year

It's never too late to enroll a student. Students can be enrolled in Seton classrooms at any time during the academic year. and throughout the entire summer vacation.  

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