Seton Spirit is a part of everything at Mother Seton Regional High School. You can hear it in the girls-only school’s focus on each individual. You can feel it in the communal prayer sessions that bond the Sisters of Charity of Convent Station to the students and faculty. You can even count it in the $16 million in academic scholarships and grants that the class of 2020 received as graduates went off to some of the country’s top colleges and universities.

Mother Seton Regional High School has that special something called “Seton Spirit.” There is a comfort level that helps students develop greater self-confidence and leadership skills. Emphasis is placed on caring, serving and growing as a whole person. It’s about setting goals and reaching them—or surpassing them.

The Catholic school opened in 1963 in a wing of the under-construction building it now calls home. Its mission is to challenge and empower young women to excel in academics, personal growth and service—all while serving a diverse community. Focus is on the individual student, encouraging her to develop her potential in faith, academics and leadership skills, as well as socially through various activities and service opportunities.

The path to a well-rounded high school experience includes being able to choose from a variety of varsity sports, dozens of clubs and innovative technology classes such as Engineering Design and Coding.

The faculty isn’t only involved in challenging the student to academic excellence within the classroom setting, but also in caring for the student outside of the classroom. The school is rooted in tradition, but innovative in its vision. At Mother Seton, “the future is hers.”

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