Moderator: Gina Rider
The Seton High School Academic Team competes in the Greater Cincinnati Academic League, which consists of teams from 16 are Catholic high schools. The team meets weekly during the school year, with league competition from November to March. Competitions include questions covering a wide variety of disciplines, including math, science, literature, history, geography, and fine arts. There are varsity and reserve level matches.
Moderator: Margie Metz
Anime Club promotes a pop-culture inspired alternative to the traditional Art Club requirements. We seek to inspire developing artists and writers to explore graphic design through the comic industry. We promote positive, life-affirming expressions to our artwork and stories.
We also seek to promote Japanese culture to the whole Seton community, in the hopes of fostering tolerance and Asian awareness among our entire Seton community.
Moderator: Margie Metz
Art Club members participate in various opportunities throughout the year. Each year provides different events. Seniors and juniors work on a mural and other art works throughout the school. There are also visits to art museums and galleries, art fundraisers, and artistic volunteer work. All students in the school are welcome.
Moderator: Jan Linz, Sandy Howe
The Campus Ministry Program of Seton High School supports the school mission by attending to the spiritual needs of the Seton community. Students and staff members who are involved in Campus Ministry plan and participate in school prayer services, liturgies, retreats and days of reflection. Students and staff members can also lead prayer each morning over the PA system and before meetings.
Campus Ministry is also concerned with outreach to the community and has several planned service projects throughout the school year. Membership to Campus Ministry is open to every grade level and training for liturgical roles is available and encouraged.
Moderator: Gary Rodgers (Elder HS)
Drama is open to everyone. This organization sponsors non-musical productions during the school year. Meetings are held on varying days and times, depending on the current production and time of year.
Drama club presented You Can’t Take it With You, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play from 1937 on November 20 and 21 in the Seton Auditorium. Over 450 people attended the two performances despite the second night falling on the same date as Elder’s football playoff game with Colerain. This was the second production of the drama club that was formed in November of 2014 to give students at Seton and Elder another outlet for dramatic performance beside the spring musical. The show was directed by Elder drama teacher Gary Rogers and had 19 students in the cast and another dozen or so helping out behind the scenes on set, hair and make-up crews.
The show was a great success and the students are looking forward to producing next year’s fall drama which will be decided later in the school year.
Moderator: Ann Jett
The Seton High School Environmental Club works to raise awareness about environmental issues within our campus and surrounding community. We wish to educate our community on recycling and how to live an eco-friendly lifestyle.
Moderator: Katie Schlosser
The French Club is an organization that promotes French and Francophone culture and awareness to the students at Seton. The club meets biweekly and is open to all students who are interested in learning about the French Culture. The club will focus on holidays and events.
Moderator: Jenny Jenkins
School Dean: Marianne Ridiman
House Deans: Courtney Gilday- Segale, Mary Ritter- O’Connell, Mary Beth Corey- Cedar, Scott Brauch- Emmits
Moderator: S. Sandy Howe
Moderator: Molly Brauch
The Seton Latin Club strives to encourage interest in the past of the Roman Language and its relevance in the world today while fostering friendships, promoting enthusiasm for learning, and developing responsibility.
The Philosophy of the Latin Society is to encourage interest in Rome and the Roman language while helping the students understand and appreciate the world today. Through these experiences, Latin students will develop responsibility, friendships, enthusiasm, competition, and dedication which will enrich total growth.
WE ARE REALLY GLAD WE TOOK LATIN
- Helps with English vocabulary: English classes, PSAT, ACT, SAT
- Helps with English grammar
- Helps "missionaries" understand native languages
- Improves critical thinking skills -- not just memorizing words and forms but applying concept
- Helps in ALL classes: history, science, religion, math
- Expands interest in Greek/Roman mythology
- Makes us aware that our American culture today is based on Latin and Roman civilization
- Develops a feeling of camaraderie because classes are small and less formal and more one-on-one
- Helps in many occupations because so many words have LATIN derivatives
- Creates fun by learning about ancient customs and holidays
LATIN IS NOT DEAD AND DIFFICULT! IT IS MORE ALIVE THAN ANY OTHER LANGUAGE BECAUSE SO MANY WORDS ARE DERIVED FROM LATIN.
CARPE DIEM (SEIZE THE DAY)
Moderator: Margie Metz
Art students enrolled in Art 3 or Art 4 that earn an average of 93% or above for two or more quarters are inducted into Seton’s chapter of the National Art Honor Society. Students serve the community and school through art-related projects
Moderator: Gary Collins
The NHS is a club devoted to scholarship, service, leadership, and character. NHS members perform community service each month, organize Seton’s bi-annual Blood Drive, and sponsor fundraisers that benefit Seton students.
Moderator: Molly Brauch
Members must be enrolled in Latin, maintain a 90 average, complete daily assignments and participate in the Classics Fair.
Moderator: Erin Vanover
Moderator: Al Kovacic
Saints for Life club mission is to enable our community to understand the fullness of being pro-life and thus achieve greater freedom and love for ourselves, our school and our greater community.
Meetings are held on Thursdays 2:45 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Moderator: Tom Kellerman
Seton High School advocating for the Seton Community and its constituents by way of time, treasure and talent in the spirit of their Patroness, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton.
Moderator: Mary Beth Corey
The Spanish Club is an organization comprised of those students who study Spanish. Students may attend meetings whenever they are able. The club meets approximately once a month, and plans activities/parties to celebrate holidays. Spanish Club elects officers who direct the meetings and facilitate events
Moderator: Maribeth Samoya
Moderator: Lois Childers
The Seton Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) club is open to all students and has four objectives for the 2016-17 school year. They are preparing students for the TSA-TEAMS competition at the University of Cincinnati on February 28. Students in are also learning the basics of coding and have designed and built a CANstrction sculpture for Seton's Open House. Finally, STEAM club assists students to be placed in local engineering companies to shadow or intern.
Please contact Mrs. Childers at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Moderator: Nikki Roell
As a part of Seton High School, StrongHer will strive to strengthen self-esteem and confidence in girls of all ages. This club will promote individuality, inner beauty and acts of kindness by sharing messages of acceptance, motivation and strength. Our goal is to be optimistic role models for our peers and younger girls while continuing to enhance the welcoming tradition of the Seton sisterhood.
Meetings are held every Monday, right after school until 3:20.
Questions or ideas can be sent to email@example.com.
Moderator: Marianne Ridiman
The student ambassador program is known as Seton Has Spirit (SHS)!!! Members of the Ambassador program represent Seton at various activities including school fairs, Open House and the Evening of Distinction. In addition, they are asked to serve as hostesses and/or attend events both during the school day and outside of school hours.
Admission to the program is by application only. Applications are available in the fourth quarter for the upcoming school year. Interested students are asked to complete an application and submit it to the Director of Student Retention. Participants are selected by a representative group of faculty and staff.