High School Mathematics Department
Algebra and Geometry in particular are essential building blocks for a basic understanding of math and science in the modern world, but more than that, they are important for learning critical reasoning skills. Tradition has it that the inscription above the entrance of Plato’s famous Academy read “let no one ignorant of Geometry enter” because Geometry is a prerequisite for higher studies—a way to develop and exercise the powers of the mind.
Seton offers a rigorous training in math based on the time-tested Saxon method which involves an incremental approach with constant review of previous material. Seton offers optional DVD lectures for the Saxon courses.
Manuel Vicente joined Seton as an Admissions Counselor in March of 2003 and is presently does junior high and high school counseling for math, science, and Spanish. He is the father of four children, all of which have homeschooled with Seton. He graduated with a B.S. in meteorology from Florida State University and has worked as a forecaster with the U.S Air Force and as a Spanish-language forecaster on radio and T.V. in Miami. He has coordinated education programs in Florida’s prison system for several years and is a certified math teacher. Manuel has recently been involved in Seton curriculum development projects in science and foreign languages and actively promotes Seton homeschooling in Latin America.
Tom Herlihy answers your questions regarding High School Math and Physics. He received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Manhattan College and has home schooled his four children.
Dr. Gregory Townsend
Deacon Gene McGuirk
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.