Seton Catholic Preparatory Blog

  • Jun 26

    Summer Camp’s ‘Perfect Stage’

    Posted on Jun 26 by Jill · Filed in Alumni, Fine Arts

    By Lizzy (Pabst) Sobczyk

    Elizabeth (Pabst) Sobczyk ’10, known as “Lizzy,” was involved in 10 theater productions during her years at Seton. She always knew she wanted to pursue a career in theater and upon graduation from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theater Education, she landed her dream job as a Drama Specialist for the Paradise Valley Unified School District. Today, she is a stay-at-home mom with her 18-month-old son and a baby on the way. This summer, she returned to Seton to direct the Musical Theater Camp, which she has directed since 2013. Here, she sums up the importance of Seton’s “perfect stage”:      

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  • Jun 15

    Survey says…Busy summer in store for Seton families

    Posted on Jun 15 by Jill · Filed in Announcements

    Before school ended, we surveyed our Seton Catholic Prep families about their summer plans for travel, community service, and reading.

    Eighty-three families responded, which led us to one conclusion: Boredom won’t be a problem for these Sentinels. 

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  • Jun 08

    Sister Rishel:  Urged by the charity of Christ

    Posted on Jun 08 by Jill · Filed in Religious Life

    The retirement of Sister Marie Theresa Rishel is an opportune time to reflect on her order, the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, which has had a tremendous impact on Seton Catholic Prep and education worldwide.

    It has been more than 80 years since the first Sisters of Charity brought their educational, parish, and outreach ministries to Arizona from Greensburg, PA.

    Though their numbers are dwindling, they continue their active engagement in Tucson, Phoenix, and throughout the world.  The principal work of the Sisters is teaching, but they also labor for the poor and the sick in various charitable institutions. 

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