Catholic Homeschool Curriculum

Social Studies

Seton was founded by the wife of famed Catholic historian Dr. Warren Carroll (the founder of Christendom College), and so history has always been one of our most passionate subjects. History is not the mere collection of facts about past events, it requires a context and framework in which to understand the significance of past events. Any truly Catholic history takes the most significant event in human history, the Incarnation, as its center. All of history, in some sense, is understood in relation to this event. Even our Western calendar is divided into BC and AD at the point of the Incarnation.

Seton’s History, Geography, Government, and Economics are all studied from a Catholic perspective and encourage a critical understanding of events and their significance.

Course Offerings

Social Studies Department

Seton Staff

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Curriculum Contributors and Consultants

Don Valaike

Kenneth Clark

Anne Carroll

Mary Herlihy

John Clark

Nick Marmalejo

Andrew O’Neill

Frances Speer

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.

Catholic Materials

All of our books and materials are thoroughly Catholic, from beginning to end.

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Your enrollment includes daily lesson plans that are detailed but entirely flexible.

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Your enrollment includes access to MySeton, multimedia resources, and much more.

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Enrolled families can call or email our academic counselors for homeschooling help.

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Your enrollment includes grading services, academic record keeping, and more.

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Families can rest assured knowing that Seton is nationally accredited through MSA-CESS.

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