Congratulations to Emily Mohs and Dani Dehner, who signed their National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
The focus of the event was to highlight women leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Speakers shared the inspirations and challenges of their career choices.
Last Saturday, the Seton High School girls’ basketball team’s locker room was all smiles after a 61-48 win over Chaminade-Julienne to finish the Walnut Hills Kick-Off Tournament.
Thank you to all the students and their families who contributed to the Candy Drive at Seton. A special shout out to freshman Sabra Charles who coordinated this event. In total, Seton collected 7,236 pieces of candy, which weighed in at 152.8 pounds! Students counted and separated the candy into 10 boxes that will be sent to soldiers who are deployed, and a portion that will be donated to the children at Resurrection School where students from the Seton Honors Program spend time volunteering as tutors.
Congratulations to Seton High School’s 2017-2018 National Honor Society Inductees. Families of these juniors and seniors were invited to the induction ceremony followed by a reception in Seton’s Commons. Seton High School is proud of each one of these students as well as the challenging curriculum and academic excellence at Seton.
For Immediate Release – Congratulations to Seton High School senior Lilly Witte who was named as a 2017 National Merit Semifinalist. Lilly finished in the top 1% of students who took the PSAT nationwide. She is among 16,000 semifinalists who will continue in the competition for 7,500 Merit Scholarship awards worth more than $32 million.
Seton High School hosted two empowering three-day leadership workshops this summer for current students.
Congratulations to junior Olivia Faillace whose poster was chosen as the WINNER for this year's Harvest Home Parade!
Seton High School is proud of Mr. Jason Berling, who was selected as a 2017 James Madison Foundation Fellow. A James Madison Fellowship funds up to $24,000 of each Fellows course of study towards a master’s degree. It specifically supports the graduate study of American history by aspiring and experienced secondary school teachers of American history, American government and civics.
Congratulations to the following Seton students from the Class of 2019 who attended the 2017 Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Conference, or HOBY, this summer at Urbana University: Annabelle Gonnella, Kylie Hambleton, Veronica Richards, Olivia Rider and Madelyn Schutte.
Seton High School’s Environmental Science class recently participated in the 2017 Envirothon at Fernald Nature Preserve.