After-school life and enrichment activities for the students, from athletics and music to clubs and school spirit, teaches students important lessons about leadership, commitment and service to others. Seton is proud to offer more than 30 co-curricular clubs and activities as well as a flexible schedule enabling a variety of additional enriching opportunities. Please browse these pages to learn more! As of October 21, 2020 Seton has 594 students in grades 9-12
Strawbridge Studios will be your Senior Portrait Company for the Yearbook Portraits and Wall Composite for the 2021-2022 school year! We look forward to meeting you and capturing you at your best as you prepare to venture out and continue to make the world a better place!!
Friday – July 30, 2021, 9:00 am– 4:00pm Saturday – July 31, 2021, 9:00am – 5:00pm Monday – August 2, 2021, 8:00am – 4:00pm
On behalf of Strawbridge Studios, thank you for the opportunity to be a part of this milestone year!
Have a Great Summer!
Please contact Erin Vanover (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any additional questions or concerns!
(updated daily through the end of the year)
Hailey Doerflein has received the Honda OSU Stem Award for her achievements and interest in the field of engineering and may be awarded a scholarship if she wishes to pursue a career in engineering at Ohio State University.
Seton Concert Choir recognizes their officers for their leadership in the Seton-Elder Performing Arts Department:
The following Seton music ensembles are being recognized for their participation in fundraisers for several charities. Their talents have helped raise thousands of dollars for various non-profits around the city.
Seton Vocal Ensemble
The following students have participated in The Seton-Elder Show Choir:
The following students are recognized for their participation in Singing Saints.
The Elder Band would like to recognize their Seton members.
The Seton-Elder Performing Arts Series would like to recognize members of the stage crew:
In the SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT, the following students received commendation for their VFW Voice of Democracy Essays.
The following students have received a Book Award from the University of Rochester. If these students choose to apply to and attend Rochester, they will be eligible for scholarships.
Audrianna DeGregorio - George Eastman Young Leaders Award in recognition of outstanding academic achievement and leadership.
Margaret Bailey - Bausch+Lomb Honorary Science Award in recognition of outstanding achievement and superior intellectual promise in the field of science.
Bitanya Derese - Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award in recognition of outstanding commitment to social justice and dedication to continuing her unfinished life’s work.
Jill Laub - Xerox Award for Innovation and Technology in recognition of outstanding achievement in the pursuit of innovative approaches and an application for the possibilities of technology.
The following student is awarded the Notre Dame Club of Greater Cincinnati Book Award based on her outstanding high school record, including academic achievement, consistent and competent leadership, and a demonstrated commitment to serving others. Congratulations to: Meghan Davitt
This student is receiving the Cincinnati Zoo Book Award. “Recipients are students who demonstrate a keen interest in wildlife, and often are involved in volunteer or community service programs involving animals and nature. Congratulations to: Lucy Wullenweber
The following student is awarded the Rensselaer Medal. This is a student that represents the top 10% percent of her junior class, excels in advanced math and science courses, demonstrates potential for success in a challenging academic setting and is involved in extracurricular activities. This student may be eligible for a $100,000 scholarship over four years should she choose to attend Rensselaer. Congratulations to: Kathleen Pressler
This student is recognized for receiving the Chatham College Rachel Carson award for commitment to environmental preservation and advancement in sustainability. She may earn up to a $5,000 merit scholarship, annually, should she choose to attend Chatham. Congratulations to: Sara Bates
The St. Michael’s Award goes to a student who is a member of NHS, takes AP courses, and is committed to service and peace and justice issues. Congratulations to: Olivia Mohs and Alexandra Witsken
Anna Tiernan has received the Honda OSU Stem Award for her achievements and interest in the field of engineering and may be awarded a scholarship if she wishes to pursue a career in engineering at Ohio State University.
Lauren Hunter has received the Distinguished Young Woman of Ohio Award for 2021. This award is part of a national scholarship program that promotes leadership and talent in young women.
The following senior STUDENT AMBASSADORS have demonstrated spirit, friendliness and responsibility when representing Seton High School at public functions and serving as hostesses and guides at Seton events.
The following students are recognized for demonstrating academic excellence in their classes and for involvement in Academic Clubs. Please stand as your name is called and please hold applause until all names have been read.
In Art, recognition is given to the Art Club Officers:
For their leadership in the Art National Honor Society, recognition is given to:
Scholastic Art Award Certificates have been given to the following students.
Receiving an Honorable Mention Award:
Receiving a Silver Key Award:
Cincinnati Art Club’s Plein Air Competition Fall 2020:
Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition 2021:
Congratulations to semi-finalist - Elizabeth Spade
Recognition is given to the French National Honor Society Officers.
Recognition is given to the French Club Officers.
Recognition is given to the Spanish National Honor Society Officers.
Recognition is given to the Spanish Club Board.
In the ENGLISH DEPARTMENT, the following students are recognized for their achievements in the Mount St. Joseph University Writing Contest:
SETON HELPING SAINTS (Leadership Pin)
The following members of the Seton Helping Saints Board are recognized for their love of giving through philanthropy. Please stand when your name is called:
STRONGHER (Leadership Pin)
The following members of the StrongHer Board are recognized for promoting self-esteem and confidence in girls of all ages. Please stand when your name is called:
SAINTS FOR LIFE (Leadership Pin)
The following senior members are recognized for their leadership in the Saints For Life Club activities.
CAMPUS MINISTRY (Campus Ministry Pin)
A pin is awarded to the following seniors for who have given outstanding and consistent service to CAMPUS MINISTRY:
KAIROS (Kairos pin)
The following seniors have demonstrated leadership in the 2020-2021 Kairos Retreat Program. Please stand when your name is called.
The following seniors are recognized for their service as SCHOOL CAPTAINS. Please stand when your name is called. (Service pin)
HOUSE GOVERNMENT pins are given to students who dedicated four (4) years of service to Seton’s Student Government. Please stand when your name is called. (Quarter-sized House Government Pin)
Amendments and modifications to the handbook may be necessary and Seton reserves the right to make such modifications and amendments in whole or in part within the existing governance structures of Seton and will provide timely notice to students when changes are adopted.