SETON CATHOLIC SCHOOLRegistration
How To Register Your Child for Seton Catholic School
We are happy to announce, the registration 2020-21 documentation is available online!
Call For Inquiry
Stop in to receive all required documents or download them from our website.
Fill out all required documents and submit electronically to [email protected] or return them to the main office.
Complete Financial Arrangements.
Learn By Doing
Seton Catholic School believes all students can achieve success and is dedicated to providing a challenging goal-oriented curriculum to meet the needs and abilities of each student. Every student is expected to be actively involved in their learning process.
Beyond the Books
With a commitment to technology integration in the classrooms, students have access to technology through various avenues such as the Internet, computers, and iPads. To stay competitive and current, Seton Catholic has moved to a one-to-one environment for grades 6 through 8.
We believe in seeking excellence through a Christ-Centered education in a faith filled community so all students can grow spiritually, emotionally, and academically as life long learners in a global world.
Reading & Writing
Fundamental reading and writing skills in the Pre-K through the 8th grade are taught with rigorous focus on creating literate, well-rounded students.
Beginning in Seton Catholic School, mathematics are explored and incorporated into our students’ studies, activities and games.
Understanding the concepts of the different science disciplines are explored from 1st Grade through 8th Grade.
The Catholic faith and religious studies are explored throughout every phase of our students’ education at Seton Catholic School.
Extra Curricular Programs
Activities for Student Involvement
Sports & Arts
Clubs & Organizations
After School programs
Get In Touch
Mon – Friday: 7:30am – 4pm
Mon – Thurs: 9:00 – 12:00 – Peosta
Tue – Thurs: 9:00 – 12:00 – Farley
563.556.5967 – Peosta
563.744.3290 – Farley
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