Seton Catholic School

Portrait of A Graduate

Portrait of A Graduate From Seton Catholic School

The profile of the graduate at graduation represents the consensus of faculty, administration, and Board regarding essential expectations for student development and accomplishments. Upon graduation, a Seton Catholic School graduate:

Spiritual Goals

  • Has a deep, personal relationship with Christ.
  • Are active members of their faith community.
  • Recognizes individual differences and acts with compassion, empathy, and forgiveness.
  • Recognizes the importance of prayer.
  • Use gifts, talents, and blessings to be of service to others.
  • Are able to make ethical decisions based on the teachings of the church.

Academic Goals

  • Uses effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Works collaboratively with others.
  • Is a critical thinker and has the ability to problem solve.
  • Has a growth mindset, follows their passion, and learns from failures.
  • Is intrinsically motivated to learn and grow.
  • Approaches ever changing technology with responsibility.
  • Demonstrates a strong work ethic through organizational skills, study habits and effective time management.

Physical Goals

  • Understand the value of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
  • Recognize and have the ability to regulate their emotions and reactions.
  • Take time daily for spiritual renewal.
  • Maintain a positive, hopeful outlook on life.
  • Accept themselves for who they are.

Social Goals

  • Demonstrate initiative and perseverance.
  • Include others in a compassionate manner.
  • Exhibit leadership skills
  • Accept responsibility for their choices.
  • Treat others with respect.
  • Recognize God given talents and uses them for the greater good
  • Possess humility and recognize that all gifts come from God.