Pre-Career Programs

List of 5 items.

  • Agnes M. Brown Law Academy

    This multi-year program begins in the freshman year with an overview of the law and the legal profession and includes learning basic analytical writing skills. Subsequent courses stress the history of legal developments, the issues of contemporary importance, and the function of law and government in the United States.
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  • Broadcast Journalism

    In our Broadcast studio, through the production of weekly announcement shows, The Roadrunner Report and The Roadrunner Huddle, students learn how to operate professional Broadcast TV Studio cameras, video switchers, audio mixers, and lighting equipment. They are also taught video editing techniques as well as how to write a script that works with and reflects the video they have captured. Learning how to direct, conduct interviews and present on camera are also part of this course of study.
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  • Hospitality and Tourism Management

    The Hospitality and Tourism Management program is designed in partnership with the National Restaurant Association and American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute to prepare students to enter and succeed in the hospitality and tourism industry through classroom learning and work experience. 
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  • Learning Engineering and Design (LEAD)

    Elizabeth Seton High School leads the way in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) instruction. This program adopted the curriculum model, Engineering by Design, developed by The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association’s STEM Center for Teaching and Learning. 
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  • Pharmacy Technician Program

    Elizabeth Seton is the only college preparatory high school in Maryland that is officially approved by the Maryland State Board of Pharmacy for its Pharmacy Technician program.
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LEAD Foundations of Engineering

    • LEAD Foundations of Engineering

List of 2 members.

  • JoEllen (Narcavage) Gray 86

    Director of Academics and Innovation
  • Barbara McHenry