The Seton Keough High School is a Catholic college preparatory school dedicated to promoting excellence in education and developing leadership in young women.
We welcome and embrace a diversity of culture, faith and ability while fostering a communal Christian spirit.
Seton Keough celebrates the dignity and uniqueness of each young woman.
We strive to create an atmosphere where she can develop true self-appreciation.
She is encouraged to develop her values and decision-making skills guided by the light of the Christian vision.
This enables her to witness to her faith, to respond to the needs of others with love and compassion and to work toward the solution of human problems.
We are especially dedicated to assisting our students discover and cherish their unique giftedness as women.
We are committed to empowering our students to use their gifts as they assume a critical role in the Church and the world in which they live.
We find essential to this empowerment a heart, mind, and soul willing and able to cultivate a deep reverence for self, for others, and for all of creation.
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