Begin homeschooling with Seton in six easy steps.
Fill out the online enrollment application. The form includes family contact information, student names, course lists, and payment information.
Take Assessment Tests
Upon enrolling, you will receive online assessment tests for all students (Grades 2-12) who had not been enrolled in Seton in the previous Grade. After student tests have been scored, they will be reviewed by a counselor. If the tests indicate the student will be successful with the course list you selected, the books, lesson plans, tests, answer keys, and other materials will be shipped to you. If the counselor wants to make a different recommendation, you will be contacted before anything is shipped.
Send Academic Records
We will send a request for school records so that we can receive the student records from any previous school (High School transcripts need to be received before the enrollment process is complete).
You should receive tracking information for your shipment. Once the materials arrive, you should check the packing list and make sure you have received all of the items.
You are now ready to begin homeschooling with Seton. Our lesson plans will help keep you on track, and our academic counselors are standing by to help whenever you need it.
What’s Included with an Enrollment?
Enrollment with Seton includes everything you’ll need to provide your child the best in home-education. Seton’s low tuition rates cover:
Textbooks & Workbooks
Daily Lesson Plans
Grading & Testing
Transcripts & Records
An enrollment term lasts for 12 months (plus a 2-month grace period) from the start date you choose (by default, this is the day you enroll or Sept 1 for summer enrollments). Books are yours to keep, but lesson plans need to be returned to Seton (you are free to write in them). PreK, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and Special Services enrollments are given extra time to finish. The enrollment term for each of those is 24 months. After an enrollment has expired, it is possible to get up to two 6-month extensions for an additional fee.
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The Value of Your Enrollment
Your enrollment provides you with much more than just a box of books. It provides an accredited education, a strong support system, and a community of staff and homeschoolers who are in your corner. It provides access to academic and support counseling, grading and record keeping, and a solid Catholic curriculum that promotes strong Catholic values in each and every subject.