News and Events

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  • 60th Anniversary Celebration

    You are cordially invited to Elizabeth Seton High School's 60th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, September 14, 2019, at The Hotel at The University of Maryland (7777 Baltimore Avenue, College Park, Maryland 20740) Registration opens July 1, 2019.
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  • Reunions

     Are you interested in planning your reunion for next year? Does your class already have plans for your milestone reunion? We would like to hear from you! Please contact Erica Corbin Boursiquot '00, Director of Alumnae Relations, at or (301) 864-4532 X 7171.
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  • Alumnaepalooza

    Alumnaepalooza is Seton's biggest Alumnae bash of the year! This is a free event held for all Seton Alumnae featuring music, food, and friends, typically held at the Mahler Center for the Performing Arts at Elizabeth Seton High School.
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  • Snow Day Policy Announcement

    We have a new policy regarding two or more consecutive snow days.  Students are required to log into the appropriate portal or classroom resource for assignments starting on the second consecutive day.  The announcement video gives an overview.
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  • Midterm Exam Week

    Midterm Exams

    Midterm exams will be held from Monday, Dec. 17th – Thursday, Dec. 20th.  Students are only required to report to school when they have a scheduled exam. However, a teacher may require students to attend a non-exam class. For example, there is no exam in 21st Century Technology, but the classroom will be open so that students can finish outstanding projects. Breakfast and limited lunch service will be available.  Students must report to school in full uniform.
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  • No School for Students Friday, December 21st.

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  • New Program: "SETON-WISE"

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  • Parent Donation to Capital Campaign

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  • Financial Aid Information


    Attention all families, please read the attached information carefully!
    Financial aid applications are now open. The deadline to apply is DECEMBER 1, 20
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  • Freshman Fun Day, October 10th

    All freshman are encouraged to remain on campus immediately following testing on Wednesday, October 10th. Students should bring a change of clothes as there will be various team building activities. Lunch will be provided, but students may bring an additional snack if they like. Dismissal will be at 2:30 p.m. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mrs. Angela Rohan, Director of Student Activities.
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  • Testing Day, October 10th

    Our freshman, sophomores and juniors will take the PSAT on Wednesday, October 10th. Testing will begin promptly at 8:15 a.m. and will last for approximately three hours. Late entry is not allowed; NO students will be allowed to enter testing rooms once the PSAT begins. Please make sure that your daughter is at school on time. Also, there is no makeup date for the PSAT. After testing concludes, freshman should remain on campus for Freshman Fun Day! All other students may be dismissed at the end of testing; after school supervision will be available as usual until 6:00 p.m. For additional information regarding the PSAT, please review the attached document. If you have any questions, please reach out to your daughter's guidance counselor or our academic dean, Mrs. Edwards.
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  • Winter School Uniform

    Starting on October 29, students will transition into their Winter school uniform.
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  • Course Requests

    For Current Students only:

    Important Information about 2018-2019 Course Requests:
    The list of courses your daughter has selected has been finalized.  Please take time to review this screen by going to her profile and clicking on the course request tab.  Any questions or concerns should be directed to her Guidance Counselor.  The deadline for any changes to this list is 3/28/17.  
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  • Parent Service Day

    Pam Werle
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