Seton Stories

Students

Girls take center stage and occupy every role at Seton. An all-girls school provides an environment where students can express themselves freely, and develop higher cognitive skills, increased self-confidence and broader interests. While experiencing the campus alongside a Student Ambassador during a Shadow Visit is the best way to learn about what makes Seton such a special place, we hope that by reading these student profiles, you will get a sense of the broad impact a Seton education has on our young women.

Betsy '18

In addition to being a Seton Scholar, Betsy is also a member of the National Honor Society, Vincentian Service Club, Tri-M, Ambassadors, and Book Club. She is also a member of the Wind Ensemble. Betsy follows her older sisters, Seton alumnae Katie, '11 and Emily, '07.

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Georgia '18

In addition to being a Seton Scholar, Georgia is a member of National Honor Society and the Track and Field team. She also participates in the following clubs: Ambassadors, Cyber Patriots, Gospel Choir, and Science Club.

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Cameron '18

Cameron is a member of the Varsity Volleyball team and Ambassadors Club. In her Junior year, she was inducted into the National Honor Society. For the past three years, she has served at a soup kitchen in DC.

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Gillian '20

Gillian is a member of Gospel Choir, Ambassadors Club, Pax Christi and Ecology Club. On Sundays, she cooks and serves food at a homeless shelter in Lanham with her church.

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Faculty

At Seton, our students are surrounded by creative, compassionate and exemplary educators with a commitment to knowing each student individually, cultivating a passion for learning and continuing their own professional education. They are often leaders in their respective fields and collaborate with others in the community. Our young women are enriched by the bonds they form with one another and with our staff. Care, concern, respect, and reverence are easily apparent to all who enter Seton. Read on to learn more about our dedicated faculty.

Dr. Kathleen Vadala

Director of Choral Music

B.A., Connecticut College

M.Mus., Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford

D.M.A., University of Maryland School of Music

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Laura Alegbeleye, '07

Science Teacher

B.S., Chemical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

M.A.T. , Secondary Education, Loyola University Maryland

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Alumnae

More than 8,000 young women are proud to be alumnae of Elizabeth Seton High School. The roots established at Elizabeth Seton give our students strength and confidence to become active and contributing members of their communities. As we continue to provide the best college-preparatory and career-ready education in an ever-expanding world, we strive to uphold Elizabeth Ann Seton’s commitment to education and service. We look to our students, graduates, and all of their accomplishments and are constantly thankful and humbled. Please read the profiles to learn more about the experiences of our alumnae.

Dr. Shamika Pryor Brooks '01

Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, UMBC

Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), Shenandoah University

Master of Health Administration (MHA), The George Washington University

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Parents & Friends

Families select Seton for the outstanding academic education and opportunities afforded their daughters by an all-girls environment. To be a Seton parent is to join a close-knit community, one which you are encouraged, like your daughters, to enjoy to the fullest. As you explore all that Seton has to offer, please consider these reflections from our parents, grandparents and friends.

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