Chayla Morris started going to Sheakley Boys & Girls Club in West Price Hill about the same time she started her freshman year at Seton High School.
In the spirit of the recent “Jeopardy” Greatest Of All Time prime-time, multi-night tournament featuring the popular game show’s top three all-time winners, the Enquirer and Cincinnati.com are embarking on a GOAT series of their own. Up First: Volleyball!
One of the "best in the West" is Seton senior soccer star Ellie Flower, an all-star forward/midfielder and a four-year varsity player for the Saints. She is a two-year team captain and in 2020 will be taking her game to the next level on the pitch at the University of Cincinnati.
Seton soccer wins in on OT 2-1.
Seton art students paint scenes in windows.
Kathy Ciarla, the president of Cincinnati’s Seton High School, is more than just a natural leader and prayerful Catholic; she’s more than just a graduate of Seton High School that has returned to make her alma mater proud; she is a shining example of how the Sisters of Charity are changing lives to this day through the lives that they’ve touched.
In the tradition of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and through the mission of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, Seton High School develops a diverse population of young women for a life of faith, service and leadership, and engages them in achieving academic excellence in a college preparatory environment.