Welcome to Seton School
About the School
Seton Junior-Senior High School is an accredited, private, co-educational school operated by Catholic laymen dedicated to promoting the established tradition of Catholic secondary education. We teach orthodox, traditional Catholicism, in complete harmony with the Magisterium of the Catholic Church as taught by the Holy Father.
History of Seton School
Seton opened its doors in 1975, the year of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton's canonization. Located in the Manassas historic area, it has steadily grown to an enrollment of over 350 students, from families throughout Northern Virginia and beyond. Seton's smaller size means students get more individual attention and are more involved, and a family atmosphere exists where older students assist younger in many different ways.
Seton School is officially affiliated with the Diocese of Arlington, under the authority of the bishop in matters of religious education and the qualifications of its religion teachers, who are certified by the diocese. In all other areas Seton is independent, and retains autonomy in curriculum and methods. Seton is not a diocesan school and does not receive any diocesan subsidies.
Seton Jr. / Sr. High School 9314 Maple Street Manassas, VA 20110
Thank you to the Seton community for storming City Hall last week to demand that the Council look again at Marc Aveni’s proposal to require new medical facilities (to include abortion clinics) come before the Council and the public before locating in the City.
On Monday, March 10th at some time after 5:30 pm in City Hall, the Manassas City Council will vote on this proposal.
Your prayers, attendance and possible speaking during citizen time in favor of this effort are needed again. We have it on good authority that the pro-abortion community is mobilizing to oppose this effort.
Students show respect for their school and themselves by taking pride in their appearance. A dress code reflects the values of the institution that establishes the code. As long as a student is enrolled at Seton School, he/she should represent and reflect the image of the school. Seton has four dress codes (Uniform, Classroom, Activities, and Casual Dress).
|Adjustment to Girls’ Classroom Dress Code effective August 2013|
|For classroom dress code, dresses and tops must have sleeves. This requirement holds even if a jacket or sweater is worn with the dress or top. The reason is that such styles as halter tops or sun dresses are not appropriate for classroom wear even with a jacket.|
MONDAY MASS IS MANDATORY
All Seton students are required to attend Monday Mass at All Saints.
Monday Mass at 8:30am is mandatory to benefit your child's spiritual formation.
Please feel free to contact us using one of the following phone numbers or email addresses:
Seton School Email: SetonOffice@seton-school.org
High School Phone: 703-368-3220
Junior High Phone: 703-368-6602/6603
Seton absent/tardy line: 703-368-6604
Directions to Seton School
9314 Maple St
Manassas, VA 20110-5118