Seton Catholic High School is a faith-based educational institution that provides a strong core curriculum and extracurricular activities, integrated with Christian principles that promote responsibility to society and to the Church. Seton Catholic High School is a college-preparatory school offering general, honors, and dual-credit classes. Programs at Seton Catholic High School include Honors Language Arts for freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors; Advanced College Project (ACP/Dual-Credit) classes in math and science; eight semesters of theology classes; study skills for special needs; and a computer curriculum.
Located in Wayne County, Seton Catholic High School enrolls approximately 150 students in grades 7-12. The school year consists of two semesters with each semester comprised of two nine-week grading periods. Eight semesters of attendance are required for graduation. Typically, students enroll in seven subjects per semester. Additionally, students must enroll in eight semesters of Theology/Religion classes, and are required to participate in a Christian Service Program. It is the continuing goal of the school to maintain those traditions and levels of success.