The Special Education department strives to identify, acces and serve the psychological, spiritual, academic and physical well-being of the young women at Seton. This support includes remediation and enrichment beyond what is typically given in the classroom. Our team uses a collaborative approach in order to develop a sense of independence for college and beyond.
• Bayley Support Bell - our Intervention Specialists provide remediation and enrichment for weekly content. There are opportunities for Intervention Specialists and students to review grades, develop study skills and set goals. Seton does not modify curriculum.
• In an inclusive setting, students will be provided support within their general education core classes by an Intervention Specialist.
• Speech and language services
• Support provided by instructional aide
• Testing accommodations
• Summer Seminar Preparation Program
• Jon Peterson Scholarship Provider
• Seton High School does not modify
Seton is one of the few private schools that employ a part-time speech and language pathologist as a Jon Peterson provider. Students are served in a small group setting, as well as in the classroom to develop the communication and language skills necessary to find success academically, socially and professionally.
• Meet grade level standards
• Clearly express student strengths and weaknesses within an academic environment
• Provide strategies and accommodations that best support the student in and out of the classroom
• Develop and maintain a system of organization to support student learning across the curriculum
• Generate and strengthen skills to become a self-advocate
• Expand and apply study strategies across content areas
• Effectively learn to manage time
• Offer transitional support for life after high school
Submit a copy of your daughter’s IEP, ISP, 504 or accommodation plan, and ETR if applicable. Also, please inform us of any other pertinent medical information.
Nikki Sessums Roell ’05,
Director of Special Education Services
or 513-471-2600 ext. 2046