Seton Scholars Love to Create, Compete and Excel

Seton Scholars Love to Create, Compete and Excel

John Wins Respect Life Scholarship

I was a scholarship winner of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Respect Life Apostolate’s Creative Writing Contest. I was one of 10 scholarship recipients out of over 1,100 participants.

Here I am with the Most Reverend Archbishop Robert J. Carlson.

Seton English courses and writing assignments have helped me learn to express myself in writing. The topic of the essay contest was how living chastely helps one avoid abortion and live a happy, healthy and holy life.

I play the trumpet and have auditioned to be a member of the Community Music School of Webster University in St. Louis. I also play lacrosse and basketball, enjoy woodworking, and building and airbrush-painting models. My inspirations in life are to serve God and love my family.

Kira Wins for Alaska

I traveled to California to compete in two major archery competitions! I was especially thrilled to represent Alaska in both archery tournaments, and especially for winning 2nd place at Nationals!

Kira Cook

Homeschooling with Seton allows me the freedom and flexibility to learn and complete all my academic assignments and still practice on my bow as much as I need to excel in my sport.

I love homeschooling, archery, reading books, and all things owl. I want to become a professional archer, and I strive for sainthood every day.

Olivia’s “Catholic Girl Talk”on YouTube

I started a YouTube Channel called “Catholic Girl Talk” because I had so much on my heart to share with other Catholic girls. Plus, I like talking. So a YouTube
Channel is a win-win!

Homeschooling with Seton helped me achieve this goal because it has given me maturity in my faith. It has also given me confidence in speaking about the basic truths of the Catholic faith.

Spirit of Franciscan Award to Tori

I graduated from Seton in 2018 and will be attending Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio in the fall to study Theology and Catechetics as the recipient of the Spirit of Franciscan Award.

Through junior high and high school I have been active in helping with parish catechism classes, pro-life camps, sidewalk counseling, and diaper drives.

Seton has not only prepared me for college with a solid foundation academically, but it has also given me a good anchor in, and a love for, my Catholic faith as well as a love of learning.

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