Seton Catholic School is an independent, K-8 Catholic school in the Diocese of Cleveland which is accredited by the State of Ohio and located in Hudson. We are proud to be designated as a 2009 Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. Seton was one of only 50 private schools in the nation to receive this award!
Seton Catholic School is welcoming on-campus visits by appointment. Scheduled visits include a tour of the campus and an opportunity to answer your questions about the Seton experience.
Seton is following the Ohio current safety protocols and recommendations that include maintaining 6 feet distance from others and wearing facial coverings. Questions? Please email Mrs. Pat Fritz, Director of Admissions, email@example.com or call 330-342-4200 ext. 226.
A dream put into action by a group of parents is how the Seton story began.
In 1994, a group of parents near Hudson, Ohio, discussed the limited options for Catholic elementary education in their community. Unwilling to accept that their children could not be educated in the Catholic school system due to full enrollments and long waiting lists at neighboring communities’ Catholic schools, they formed an exploratory committee to determine need and support for a new Catholic school in Hudson.
“We are grateful on a daily basis that somehow we were led to Seton. Our long one-way commute often involves multiple trips. With the demanding commitment the travel time has placed on our family, not one of us has ever questioned the value of what we get from Seton and why we are making the commitment.”
– Seton Parent
“Seton Catholic School is a very special place. Our daily activities are firmly rooted in the traditions of our Catholic faith, daily prayer, the celebration of the sacraments, living the Gospel values, and providing service to others.”
– Karen Alestock, Principal
“I’m loving the path I am on right now in college. I have no one else to thank but Seton for the solid base they provided for me.”
– Seton Alumna
“My teachers make each day special.”
– Seton Student