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Activities and Programs

Education of the whole person involves offering a wide range of activities. CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) sponsored sports such as soccer, football, cross country, basketball, volleyball, track and field, and cheerleading are available.

Other activities include: 

  • SCS-TV Broadcast Journalism 
  • SCS-TV Tech Crew 
  • Seton Crew 
  • First Lego League 
  • Altar Servers
  • Math Counts
  • Habits of the Heart
  • Seton Sisters
  • Field Trips
  • Robotics
  • Foreign Language Clubs
  • Shark Tank
  • History Fair
  • Mock Trial
  • Math Teams


  • Scouts for Boys and Girls
  • Choir
  • Ski Club
  • Tennis Club
  • Golf Club
  • Student Council
  • Student Ministry
  • Chess Club
  • Yearbook Club
  • Power of the Pen
  • Science Fair
  • Science Olympiad
  • Spelling Bee
  • School Musical
  • and various grade level musicals, plays, fine arts programs and additional enrichment opportunities.

Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts

Boy Scouts   

Cub Scout District –   
National Scouting –


Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts, USA –  
Girl Scouts, North East Ohio –

Girl Scout Mission   
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.    
If you are interested in joining Seton Girl Scouts, contact Mary Beth Graf

Girl Scout Levels 
Girl Scout Daisy, grades K-1   
Girl Scout Brownie, grades 2-3   
Girl Scout Junior, grades 4-5   
Girl Scout Cadette, grades 6-8   

Ski Club

WHAT: Students in grades 3-8 are invited to participate in Seton Ski Club. No experience necessary! There are five sessions which include 4 hours of slope time with either Snowboarding or Skiing lessons and equipment rental if needed. The lessons are provided by instructors from Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski School.  

WHEN: Ski Club meets weekdays

WHERE: Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Resort in Peninsula

Seton Science Olympiad and Science Club

Science Club is for 4th and 5th grade students who love science and love to experiment.  Meetings are weekly, starting in October and ending in March.  Parent help and support is crucial to the success of this program and there are many opportunities to assist.

Science Olympiad is for 6th – 9th grade students who are willing to study their science topics at least 3 hours a week, work well on a team, like to have fun, and love science. Practices will be determined individually, and competitions are all day on scheduled Science Olympiad Saturdays. The last competition is typically in April.